Jason Jeschke

Associate Head Women’s Basketball Coach
University of Minnesota


2023 – Present: Associate Head Coach, University of Minnesota

2022 – 2023: Associate Head Coach, West Virginia University

2017 – 2022: Associate Head Coach (18-22)/Assistant Coach, University of South Dakota

2014 – 2017: Head Coach, Oklahoma Wesleyan University

2009 – 2014: Assistant Coach, Southwestern College

2007 – 2009: Student Assistant Coach, Southwestern College

2005 – 2006: Player, Southwestern College


2013: Southwestern College, Masters, Business Administration

2009: Southwestern College, Bachelors, Sports Management


Hometown: Dallas, TX

Family: Courtney (Wife) & Rylee (Daughter)

Career Highlights

Career Record as a Head Coach
58-38 (.604)

20+ Win Seasons (1)

Winning Seasons (2)
2015-16, 2014-15

NAIA Tournament Berths (1)

In 2022-23, helped lead West Virginia to an 19-12 (.613) overall and 10-8 (.556) Big 12 Conference record, as well as an NCAA Tournament berth – after the program was picked 8th (out of 10) in the Big 12 Conference preseason poll

From 2017 to 2022, helped lead South Dakota to a 135-27 (.833) overall and 73-5 (.936) Summit League record, five winning seasons, four 28+ win seasons, three Summit League Regular Season Championships, three Summit League Tournament Championships, and five post-season berths (four NCAA Tournaments – 2021-22 Sweet 16 appearance)

USD’s scoring offense finished nationally ranked 8th in 2019-20 and 20th in 2018-19, as well as 1st in the Summit League in 2020-21 and 2019-20

USD’s scoring defense finished nationally ranked 8th in 2021-22 and 19th in 2019-20, as well as 1st in the Summit League in 2021-22, 2020-21, 2019-20, 2018-19, and 2017-18

As a Division I Assistant Coach, has recruited and coached 29 all-conference team selections, as well as two Players of the Year, five Defensive Players of the Year, one Newcomer of the Year, and the first WNBA draft pick (2022) in South Dakota program history

From 2014 to 2017, led Oklahoma Wesleyan to a 58-38 (.604) overall record, two winning seasons, and one NAIA Tournament berth (first tournament win in program history)

In 2014-15, led OKWU to the most single-season wins (27) in program history

OKWU’s scoring offense finished ranked 5th nationally in 2015-16 and 15th in 2014-15

As OKWU’s Head Coach, recruited and coached 11 all-conference team selections

From 2007 to 2014, helped lead Southwestern to seven winning seasons, six 22+ win seasons, one KCAC Regular Season Championship, one KCAC Tournament Championship, and five NAIA Tournament berths

Head Coach Record