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EVE RACKHAM | Head Coach

In Eve Rackham’s first season at University of Tennessee, she helped orchestrate the largest single-season turnaround in program history. She guided the Lady Vols to a 14-win increase overall, 11-win increase in Southeastern Conference play and an eight-place jump in the conference standings.

After being picked to finish 10th, she led Tennessee to 16 SEC wins and a second place finish in her first season as a head coach. Tennessee won a total of 20 SEC matches in the four previous seasons combined.

Rackham became the first Tennessee coach in any sport to beat a ranked opponent in her debut. In front of the second-largest crowd in Lady Vol volleyball history, Tennessee defeated No. 22 Michigan State in four sets to claim their first win in the Eve Rackham era.

TYLER ADAMS | ASSISTANT Coach

Tyler Adams enters his second season as assistant coach at Tennessee after serving in the same capacity at North Carolina for the previous seven seasons. He is responsible for practice planning, team training, generating scouting reports, video breakdown and statistical analysis. 

In his first season at University of Tennessee, Adams played a key part in the largest single-season turnaround in program history. The Lady Vols had a 14-win increase overall from 2017 to 2018, 11-win increase in Southeastern Conference play and an eight-place jump in the conference standings.

After being picked to finish 10th in the league, Tennessee captured 16 SEC wins and a second place finish in his first season on staff.

GAVIN WYATT | ASSISTANT Coach / RECRUITING COORDINATOR

Gavin Watt is entering his second season as an assistant coach with the Tennessee volleyball program, working primarily with the offense and setters.

In his first season at University of Tennessee, Watt played a key part in the largest single-season turnaround in program history. The Lady Vols had a 14-win increase overall from 2017 to 2018, 11-win increase in Southeastern Conference play and an eight-place jump in the conference standings.

After being picked to finish 10th, Tennessee to 16 SEC wins and a second place finish in his first season on staff. For the 15th time in program history, Tennessee was selected to the NCAA Tournament advancing to the NCAA Tournament Second Round for the 10th time in UT history.

HEATHER GEARHART | VOLUNTEER ASSISTANT Coach

Heather Gearhart is entering her second season as a volunteer assistant coach with the Tennessee volleyball program, working primarily with liberos and defensive specialists.

In her first season at University of Tennessee, Gearhart played a key part in the largest single-season turnaround in program history. The Lady Vols had a 14-win increase overall from 2017 to 2018, 11-win increase in Southeastern Conference play and an eight-place jump in the conference standings.

After being picked to finish 10th, Tennessee to 16 SEC wins and a second place finish in his first season on staff. For the 15th time in program history, Tennessee was selected to the NCAA Tournament advancing to the NCAA Tournament Second Round for the 10th time in UT history.

WHITNEY MILLER | DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS

Whitney Miller is entering her second season as the Director of Volleyball Operations with the University of Tennessee volleyball program. She will primarily be responsible for handling team travel, camps, daily administrative duties, alumni relations, equipment and growing the team’s courtside premium seating.

In her first season at University of Tennessee, Miller played a key part in the largest single-season turnaround in program history. The Lady Vols had a 14-win increase overall from 2017 to 2018, 11-win increase in Southeastern Conference play and an eight-place jump in the conference standings.

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