Jill Wolfe is a four-year letter winner and a three-time national champion as a member of the Denison women's swimming team from 2002-05.
Wolfe won three-straight national championships in the 100-yard butterfly from 2003-05. In her four years at Denison, she posted 18 All-American performances and was a six-time North Coast Athletic Conference Champion.
Outside the pool, Wolfe was a NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship recipient and was a two-time CoSIDA Academic All-America selection. Additionally, she was voted the Ohio Woman of the Year as part of the NCAA Woman of the Year award, and she was the recipient of the Denison Presidential Medal in 2005. That year she was also voted the NCAC's Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year.
She earned a Master's of Education from the University of Minnesota. She is a teacher who lives in Ham Lake, Minnesota with her husband, Jake, and their three children; Jimmy, Gabe, and Henrick.