Krissy Hoeferlin enters her second season as assistant coach and recruiting coordinator for the Auburn gymnastics program.
Upon being hired in August of 2006, Hoeferlin was assigned the task of reeling in another top notch recruiting class. After narrowing the list to ten potential targets, she was able to land the top-3 recruits on Auburn's list and all three are members of the AU gymnastics family this season.
In addition to recruiting, Hoeferlin works hand-in-hand with the strength and conditioning coaches to ensure Tiger gymnasts stay in peak condition. She has also combined with Rachelle Thompson to form a tag team approach in assisting the gymnasts with their daily beam and floor assignments.
Hoeferlin, who spent 2003-2006 as an assistant at Iowa State, helped lead the Cyclones to a Big 12 title in 2006 as well as a national ranking as high as sixth in the country.
Prior to ISU, Hoeferlin was head coach at the Cincinnati Gymnastics Academy from 2000-03, where she instructed Levels 7-10. While head coach, Hoeferlin produced a Level 10 state champion team in 2002 and 2003, a 2003 Level 10 Junior Olympic National Vault Champion, eight athletes to state and regional all-around titles and coached three athletes into the top 10 at Level 10 nationals. In 2003, Hoeferlin was named Region 5 Rookie of the Year coach. She also traveled to France in 2002 as coach of the Region 5 all-star team. Hoeferlin qualified 10 individual athletes to the TOPS national team as the TOPS program director from 2001-03.
As an undergraduate at Kentucky, Hoeferlin competed in the all-around from 1996-2000. She was named 1996 Southeastern Conference Freshman of the Year and was team captain in 1999 and 2000.
A native of New Carlisle, Ohio, Hoeferlin graduated cum laude with a bachelor's degree in kinesiology. She was an academic All-American in 1998, 1999 and 2000. She resides in Auburn and is engaged to Scott Stevermer.