STAFF

MATT KREDICH | HEAD COACH

Awards

2013 CSCAA National Collegiate and Scholastic Swimming Trophy
2012 SEC Women's Coach of the Year
2008 SEC Women's Coach of the Year
2005 Atlantic-10 Coach of the Year
2004 Atlantic-10 Coach of the Year
2003 Atlantic-10 Coach of the Year
2002 Atlantic-10 Coach of the Year

LANCE ASTI | MEN'S ASSOCIATE HEAD COACH

In 2018-19, Lance Asti is in his seventh season as a coach for the Tennessee swimming and diving program.

It is his first year as an associate head coach for the men's team. He was an assistant coach primarily for the sprint group in his first six years on Rocky Top.

Asti is certainly no stranger to the Southeastern Conference, as both a student-athlete and a coach. He swam for the Vols from 1998-2001 and spent two seasons as the recruiting coordinator and sprint coach for the men's and women's swimming programs at LSU prior to arriving at UT. He previously held the same position at Clemson from 2006-10.

ashley jahn | woMEN'S ASSOCIATE HEAD COACH

In 2018-19, Ashley Jahn is in her seventh season as a coach for the Tennessee swimming and diving program.

It is her first year as an associate head coach for the women's team. She was an assistant coach her first six years on Rocky Top.

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 Tennessee women's team for two seasons from 2008-10.

Tennessee has recorded five NCAA individual and relay titles, 26 SEC titles and 270 All-America honors in Jahn's first six years on staff. The 26 SEC titles was highlighted by an incredible 2018 breakout championship meet for Erika Brown, who was part of six SEC titles (three individual - 50 free, 100 free, 100 fly; three relay).

RICH MURPHY | ASSISTANT COACH

Rich Murphy is beginning his second year as an assistant coach for the Tennessee swimming program in 2018-19.

Murphy has a long track record of mentoring Olympians and international-caliber swimmers on the club and collegiate level.

He has spent most of the last decade helping lead the Dynamo Swim Club in Atlanta. After being on staff from 2007-13. He rejoined the club in 2015 as an associate head coach guiding the competitive platform.

During the 2013-14 season, Murphy was the women’s head coach at the University of Houston, leading the team to its best NCAA finish in five years.

CHRISTIAN HANSELMANN | ASSISTANT COACH

The 2018-19 season marks Christian Hanselmann's second year as an assistant coach with the Tennessee swimming and diving program.

Before returning to Rocky Top in September 2017, Hanselmann spent a year as an assistant coach for the Eastern Michigan swimming and diving program. He was previously a graduate assistant for Tennessee and an assistant coach on the Tennessee Aquatics staff, working with the elite high school group and the master's program.

"It felt great to to bring Christian Hanselmann and his family back to Tennessee," head coach Matt Kredich said. "During his time here as a graduate student, he showed himself to be an original and creative thinker and student of the sport, an outstanding communicator and motivator, and a man of great character. He strengthened all of those attributes working for Peter Linn and Eastern Michigan, one of the best coaches in our sport. He's a great fit for this program at a time of exciting growth and realignment."

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