Jessica Grayson joined the women's basketball staff in June 2013, as an assistant coach. Grayson has eight years of combined experience in coaching high school and collegiate basketball as an assistant and head coach.
Most recently, Grayson was the head coach at Clarksville Academy, one of the top-private schools in Tennessee, for the past year. Prior to Clarksville Academy, Grayson has served as an assistant in Division I women's basketball since 2007. From 2010-12, she was the assistant coach at Austin Peay. At APSU, Grayson collaborated with the head coach to develop on-court strategies and evaluated potential student-athletes. She also prepared scouting reports of opponents, monitored and developed academic strategies for student-athletes and implemented individual workouts with perimeter players.
Grayson also worked at Tennessee-Martin for three seasons as an assistant coach, where she created a recruiting strategy for the entire program, in addition to evaluating and scouting opponents, while breaking down video. She also developed and monitored academic strategies for student-athletes and coordinated team travel.
Grayson served as a graduate assistant coach for two seasons at Valdosta State, while obtaining a Master's degree in health and physical education.