- Jason McVeigh enters his 10th season as Director of Sports Medicine at Tennessee, and his 17th overall with the UT athletics department.
- McVeigh has been a member of the UT Sports Medicine staff since 1999, when he joined the Vols as the Director of Rehabilitation for men's athletics. He was appointed the Director of Sports Medicine over all men's and women's sports in 2012 by Dave Hart.
- Under McVeigh's supervision, the new Adair-Carlson Student-Athlete Wellness Center was opened in late 2012. This new 11,000 square foot facility features a state-of-the art hydrotherapy area containing four Hydroworx therapy pools and a lane pool, as well as a new physical therapy center, athletic training room, and team physicians suite. On-site X-ray, EKG, diagnostic ultrasound, and a state-licensed pharmacy are all available to assist the UT Sports Medicine staff and physicians to care for all Vol and Lady Vol student-athletes.
- McVeigh graduated Summa Cum Laude from UT with a B.S. degree in Biology and a minor in Biochemistry. He then went on to receive his Master's degree in Physical Therapy from Duke University. He is a Certified Athletic Trainer as well as a Board Certified Specialist in Sports Physical Therapy, and is an active member of both the American Physical Therapy Association and the National Athletic Trainers Association. He has been an invited speaker at many regional and national athletic and sports medicine conferences on topics such as foot and ankle injuries, shoulder exercises, concussion management, and cardiac screening programs for athletes, among others.
- McVeigh has been an invited speaker at both local and national sports medicine conferences on topics such as meniscus pathology, sudden cardiac death in athletes, and foot and ankle injuries, among others.
- A native of Buffalo, N.Y., McVeigh graduated from Jonesborough's David Crockett High. He is married to the former Jennifer Bruorton of Marietta, Ga., and they have three children, Caitlin, Carson, and Kennedy.