Ashley Kerr enters her second season as the volunteer assistant coach for the women’s gymnastics team. Kerr competed for the Florida Gators from 2007-2010, and was a four-time member of the NCAA Scholastic All-American team, as well as the SEC Academic Honor Roll. She served as the president of UF’s Student-Athlete Advisory Committee and was awarded the 2010 Outstanding Leadership Award by the UF Alumni Association.
Upon graduation, Kerr served as the volunteer student manager for the 2011 season, before serving as the team manager from 2011-2013. Most recently, Kerr was the Assistant to the Head Coach, supporting multiple aspects of the program. Kerr worked with the coaching staff on all on-campus recruiting visits, coordinated the team social media activity, and helped with community outreach. She helped plan and organize team travel and assisted the head coach at all team competitions, while working with the marketing department on promotional plans to increase fan interest and attendance. Additionally, she assisted with the planning and execution of summer camps.
In her time at Florida, Kerr worked with three national champion teams as the Gators won three straight between 2013-15. Kerr was a part of ten Super Six teams and five SEC Championship teams during her time as both a gymnast and a staff member.
Kerr graduated in 2010 with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, with an emphasis in marketing and minors in mass communication and leadership. She attended grad school at UF, where she earned a Master of Science in Sports Management and a Master of Art in Telecommunications.