Jackie Jeschelnig-Ulm
Jackie Jeschelnig-Ulm
Previous College: Ashland '03
Team: Track & Field

Jackie Jeschelnig Ulm – Ulm and her teammate, Adriane Blewitt, formed one of the most successful one-two throwing combinations in NCAA history. Ulm won five national championships while competing in the hammer and weight throw. She was a 13-time All-American (four in the weight throw, four in the hammer, three in the shot put and two in the discus). Ulm holds NCAA Division II records in the weight throw (67-4.25) and hammer (212-9). She won three national titles in the hammer and two in the weight throw.

Ulm, a member of the AU Class of 2003, was featured in Sports Illustrated's Faces In the Crowd in 2003.

After her collegiate career was complete, Ulm was part of the Ashland Elite program which was created to help Olympic hopefuls train in Ashland. Ulm was fourth in the hammer at the 2004 United States Olympic Trials and competed in the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens, Greece.

Ulm works at Quantum Health in Columbus, Ohio as a client support manager. She is in her second year as the women's throws coach at Ohio State. Ulm and her husband, Rich, another former AU thrower, reside in Columbus.