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Jessica Miller Livsey

Head Coach

Jess Livsey was named the Old Dominion men's and women's swimming head coach in August of 2019. She enters her fifth season has the head coach for the Monarchs 

In the 2022-23 season Livsey helped lead the men's swimming team to a third place finish at the CCSA Championships in which was the highest finish for them since 2019. She also helped lead the women's team to its first CCSA Championship where they placed eighth. Noah Wilkins was invited to the National Invatational Championships where he placed top 20 in three events. Tara Enneking also broke a pool record at George Mason in the women's 200 IM with a time of 2:03.43. 

In her first season, she guided Filip Svedberg to his third conference championship in four years, and helped the Monarchs to a fourth place team finish at the CCSA Championships.

Jacqueline Tinneny set a school record in the 1650 freestyle and finished second at the Conference USA Championships, while Jacklyn VandePoel took third in the 100 backstroke.

In 2012-13, Miller helped Sidni Hoxha qualify for the NCAA Championships in the 50 and 100 free en route to being named CAA Swimmer of the Year. Additionally, Miller guided Lady Monarch Kimberley Rashleigh to six gold medals at the CAA Championships, where the Monarchs set a remarkable fifteen school records and accumulated thirteen medals total. On land, Miller oversaw the women’s swimming and diving team that achieved Scholar All American status for the Fall 2012 semester.

Miller returns to Old Dominion after spending three seasons as an assistant coach for the Davidson Wildcat swimming and diving program. While at Davidson, Miller coached the distance swimmers, headed up recruiting efforts, and oversaw a majority of competition logistics.

Prior to Davidson, Miller served a two-year stint as an assistant coach at Allegheny College in Meadville, Pa, where she was responsible primarily for recruiting and the training program, with a focus on distance swimmers.

Miller also spent six seasons with the Northern Virginia Swim League, leading her team to a division championship in 2002. In 2003, she was named the NVSL Coach of the Year.

A 2004 graduate of Old Dominion, Miller was a four-year letter winner in the breaststroke and distance freestyle events and a four-year CAA finalist in both the 100 and 200 breaststroke.