Jolly helped Reed Mathews win the CCSA 200 fly and finish 17th at the NCAA Championships and at the Olympic Trials. The Monarchs finished third at the CCSA Championships.
Jolly was a four-year letterwinner for the Pirates from 2009-13 and recorded the fifth-fastest backstroke time in school history.
Since graduating in 2013 with a bachelor's degree in recreation and leisure studies, Jolly spent the summers coaching Tanterra Swim Club in Olney, Maryland and the Hydro-Sonic Tiburones in Rockville, Maryland. Jolly helped lead Tanterra to a second-place finish in its division.
In 2014-15, Jolly helped guide the Pirates to their first-ever American Athletic Conference title and the school's first conference crown since winning the CAA Tournament in 1989.