Tasha Weddle

Tasha Weddle has been involved in collegiate strength and conditioning for over 15 years. She’s currently an assistant strength and conditioning coach at Vanderbilt University where she’s responsible for the women’s basketball, soccer, lacrosse and bowling teams.
 
She’s previously held similar positions working with a wide variety of sports at Purdue University and Kent State University, as well as a graduate assistantship at the University of Tennessee. Tasha assisted with the strength and conditioning of the 1996-97 and 1997-98 University of Tennessee women’s basketball national championship teams as well as with the 2000-01 national runner-up women’s basketball team at Purdue University. She facilitated the strength training for the Vanderbilt 2007 national champion bowling team and has been a part of numerous conference championships in various sports.
 
Tasha participated as a Division I basketball player at N.C. State and the University of Evansville. She holds certifications from the National Strength and Conditioning Association (CSCS) and the Collegiate Strength Coaches Association (SCCC).