Paige Hiatt

last updated 3/28/2017

Paige Hiatt

Assistant Volleyball Coach at Frostburg State University

Location:
101 Braddock Road, Frostburg, Maryland, United States
HQ Phone:
(301) 687-4000

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Head Volleyball Coach - Southern Virginia University

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Frostburg Athletics Paige Hiatt Paige Hiatt enters her third year as the Frostburg State University assistant volleyball coach for the 2016 season. A year ago, Hiatt helped the Bobcats to 17 wins, the most since the 2010 season. FSU paced the CAC in total attacks (4,819) and digs (2,220), while finishing second in the league in digs per set (16.95), team assists (1,437), team attacks per set (36.79) and team kills (1,547). In 2014, Hiatt helped the Bobcats to 13 wins and the FSU Tournament Championship. Hiatt came to Frostburg after serving as Southern Virginia's head coach in 2013. She led a young Knight squad to a 15-9 overall record, including a 6-3 record against Capital Athletic Conference teams in its first season as a member of the league. The Knights also boasted an 8-2 record at home. Prior to Southern Virginia, Hiatt has served as girl's volleyball assistant varsity and head junior varsity coach at Lone Peak High School in Utah for three seasons (2007, 2010, 2012). During those years, Hiatt and head coach Deanna Meyer led the way to two Utah 5A state titles in 2007 and 2010, while reaching the state championship game again in 2012. In addition to Lone Peak, Hiatt has coached club volleyball of varying age groups in Utah and Idaho from 2005-12. A 2010 graduate, Hiatt played women's volleyball at Idaho State University where she earned All-Big Sky honors her senior season at libero and served as team captain her final two years. Hiatt holds the single-season digs record (503) and ranks fifth on the all-time career digs list (1,096) at Idaho State. As a student-athlete at Lone Peak, she led her varsity squad to back-to-back state championships (2003-04), the two-time team captain earned 4A Utah's Most Valuable Player award in 2004. She was also twice named an all-state performer as well as academic all-state selection her senior year. She is married to Frostburg State's football offensive coordinator, Tye Hiatt.

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Paige Hiatt
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