Hoffman enters her first year as an assistant coach with the Terriers women's volleyball program.
A 2019 graduate of Hiram College, Hoffman played two seasons for the Terriers, serving as a captain both years. Hoffman was named First-Team All-NCAC her senior year, appearing in all 28 matches and 98 sets. In 2018, the Streetsboro native ranked in the top 15 in the Nation in assists per set, leading the conference in total aces (55), aces-per-set (.56), total assists (1047), and assists-per-set (10.68). She also ranked second on the team and top 10 in the conference in digs (352), tallying 20 double-doubles on the season, posting 30+ assists in 24 out of the 28 matches, and a career-high 60 assists in a 3-2 win over Wooster on Oct. 13.
With Hoffman as captain, the Terriers finished third in the NCAC in 2018, and recording the third-highest winning percentage in school history.
Hoffman earned her bachelor's degree in integrative exercise science in 2019, and is currently pursuing her master's degree in interdisciplinary studies degree at Hiram.