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Jenn Verser is entering her sixth year on the Dartmouth pool deck in 2013-14. She will be entering her second season as the Big Green’s top assistant and recruiting coordinator.
Verser has been an integral part of Dartmouth’s rise in the pool and especially pivotal in the development of Nejc Zupan. Under Verser’s tutelage, Zupan has claimed six Ivy League titles and in 2012-13 earned All-American status by taking eighth place in the 200 breaststroke at the NCAA Championships. For her efforts in 2012-13 she earned CollegeSwimming.com Assistant Coach of the Year honorable mention accolades.
In 2011-12 Verser helped the Dartmouth men’s squad to its first top-five finish at the Ivy League Championship since 1981 and also helped the women to a fifth-place finish.
Prior to her arrival in Hanover, Verser served as an assistant coach with the Machine Aquatics Swimming Club in Virginia. Verser worked with Machine Aquatics from 2006-08, coaching swimmers at a variety of skill levels from developmental to elite, including those training for Junior Nationals and Olympic Trials. The program is currently ranked among the top 50 in the USA Swimming Virtual Club Championship.
Verser most recently spent time coaching on deck with Kim Brackin and Eddie Reese at the University of Texas' Longhorns Swim Camp. She was a counselor for swimmers ages 8 to 18 and had the opportunity to learn from several Olympians, including Aaron Peirsol, Brendan Hansen and Josh Davis.
In the pool, Verser was a four-year member of the varsity swim team at the University of New Hampshire. At UNH, Verser was part of four America East Championship teams and two ECAC Championship teams. She was the recipient of the Most Improved award in 2001 and the Coach’s award in 2003.
Verser earned her bachelor’s degree in psychology from UNH in 2003 and her master’s degree in elementary education from Marymount University in 2007.