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ASSISTANT STRENGTH & CONDITIONING Jeff Andrews begins his second season with UTC and working with the women’s program including the 11-time defending Southern Conference champion Lady Mocs basketball team. Andrews comes to Chattanooga from Auburn University where he spent two years as an Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach. In his time at Auburn, he helped train six Bejing Olympians who returned wiht a combined four medals, two silver and two bronze. As a graduate assistant with the Tigers, Andrews was responsible for all point scorers on the school’s first-ever NCAA Track and Field Championship team in 2006. He graduated from Auburn with an undergraduate degree in Exercise Science in 2004 and in 2006 earned his Master’s Degree. Her married the former Alicia Cooper on May 31, 2008 and both are originally from Memphis.




ATHLETIC TRAINER • SECOND SEASON Erin Weaver joined the UTC athletic training staff in August 2010 after spending the previous 3 years at Charleston Southern University. She is currently working as the Lady Mocs basketball trainer and serves as the insurance coordinator for the athletics department. While at Charleston Southern she was responsible for the health care of the women’s soccer, men’s and women’s cross country and track and field teams. Additionally, Weaver taught a practicum course for the undergraduate athletic training program at CSU. In 2008, Erin presented at the South Carolina Athletic Trainers’ Association Annual Meeting on functional rehabilitation techniques. Prior to CSU, Weaver graduated with a Masters of Arts degree in Physical Education with an emphasis in Sports and Fitness from the University of Central Florida where she also worked with volleyball team. Erin’s undergraduate degree is from Valdosta State University where she majored in Sports Medicine/Athletic Training. She is native of Lawrenceville, GA and enjoys spending time with family, friends and her dog.




Teresa Adcox is a 20-year veteran of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga and has worked in both the university and athletics administration. Her UTC career began in the university’s Bursar’s office in 1990. After three years, she moved to the Payroll office. Adcox joined the Athletics staff in 1998 where she served as an administrative assistant for the marketing and ticket departments as well as the women’s basketball staff. She took over the role of administrative assistant for football Head Coach Rodney Allison and his staff in August 2003 and is currently the administrative assistant for Head Coach Russ Huesman. Adcox has served on various campus committees. She was elected Chair of the Employee Relations Committee in 1996 and was Chair of the Staff-Faculty Appreciation Day, spending four years on each committee. She was honored with the UTC Chancellor’s Blue Ribbon Award in September 1997 for going the extra mile to help fellow employees. Prior to joining the UTC staff, Adcox worked at Life Chiropractic College in Marietta, Ga., for President and Founder Sid Williams. Born in Chattanooga, Adcox graduated from Antioch High School in Nashville. Ther former Teresa Waters and her husband John, have been married 30 years. John is employed by Central Transport. The couple has two daughters, Shannon and April, and four grandchildren, Tayler, Madison, Kalen and Bryson.

Anne was hired as an assistant Sports Information Director in 2004 after working for four years as an office assistant. She is responsible for the day-to-day media and public relations efforts for women’s basketball, women’s soccer, cross country and track and field. She handles a share of the graphics work for the department. A member of the College Sports Information Director’s of America (CoSIDa), she also assists with the daily operations of the Athletics Communciations office as well as game day operations for football. Wehunt served two years as the assistant to the Executive Director of the Nationwide Tour Chattanooga Classic Golf Tournament in Chattanooga and continues as a chairperson for the event. Wehunt is a 1996 graduate of UTC with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication and a minor in English. While a student, she was a member of the Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) and was elected the Executive Director of Rising Star Communications, a student-run pubic relations firm. In 1997, she returned to her alma mater, Notre Dame High School, and taught all grade levels until 2001. In addition to teaching Art, Religion, Contemporary Issues and Journalism, she was the advisor for the school newspaper, The Marian and the yearbook, the Echo. She was the school’s assistant volleyball coach and junior varsity coach for two years. She helped lead the Lady Irish to the Division II Region title and to the State Tournament in 1999.

2011-12 Women's Basketball Media Guide  

2011-12 Women's Basketball media guide

2011-12 Women's Basketball Media Guide  

2011-12 Women's Basketball media guide