Ashley Jahn wrapped up her first season as an assistant coach with the Tennessee swimming and diving program.
A former collegiate swimmer and water polo player for Air Force, Jahn spent two years as an assistant coach at UNLV and Idaho prior to arriving at Tennessee. She was previously a graduate assistant with the Lady Vols for two seasons from 2008-10.
In Jahn's first season back at Tennessee in 2013, the Vols and Lady Vols enjoyed strong dual meet and championship seasons as a combined program. The Lady Vols won their first three NCAA relay titles on their way to finishing third as a team at the national meet, the best finish in program history. Meanwhile, the Vols took fourth at SECs and 16th at NCAAs, an improvement of six places from a year ago.
Jahn was part of an entirely new coaching staff at Idaho in 2011-12, where the women's team broke 12 school records and finished seventh at the Western Athletic Conference Championships.
When Jahn was a graduate assistant with the women's program at Tennessee, the Lady Vols had 23 NCAA qualifiers, 15 All-Americans and seven SEC individual champions.
Prior to her coaching career, Jahn spent four years as a member of Air Force's water polo squad and three seasons on the swimming team, graduating in 2003 with a degree in social sciences. She then spent five years with the US Air Force as a Medical Service Corps Officer before starting graduate school at Tennessee.