Paige Hiatt is the head women’s volleyball coach for Southern Virginia University.
As a scholar-athlete and assistant varsity coach at Lone Peak High School in Utah, Hiatt won four high school state titles and participated in five high school state championship games.
After leading 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.
Prior to Southern Virginia, Hiatt has served as girl’s volleyball assistant varsity and head junior varsity coach at Lone Peak for three seasons (2007, 2010, 2012). During those years, under the helm of legendary Head Coach Deanna Meyer, her varsity team enjoyed Utah 5A state titles in 2007 and 2010, while reaching the state championship game this past fall 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.
Upon graduation at Idaho State, Hiatt served a fulltime mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Santiago, Chile.
She resides in Buena Vista, Va., with her husband and Southern Virginia's football offensive coordinator Tye Hiatt.