Tiffany Lott Hogan is in her second season as an assistant coach for the Weber State men’s and women’s track and field programs. She joined the Wildcat program in July 2015 and coaches the sprints, hurdles and horizontal jumps for the men’s and women’s teams.
In her first season with the Wildcats, she coached three conference champions and one conference record holder. Freshman Aaliyah Crawford set a Big Sky Conference record in the 200 meters and qualified for the NCAA West Region Championships.
Hogan came to Weber State with an extensive background in track and field. She is an Olympian, a world record holder, a three-time NCAA Champion and a member of the Utah Sports Hall of Fame. She ran track and field at BYU and won three NCAA titles. In 1997, she broke the NCAA and world record time in the 55 meter hurdles with a time of 7.30 and went on to win the NCAA title. She also won two NCAA Championships in the heptathlon (1997, 1998). She was a 10-time NCAA All-American at BYU and was inducted into the BYU Hall of Fame in 2008.
She competed in the heptathlon at the 2004 Olympics in Athens where she finished 20th overall. She was inducted into the Utah Sports Hall of Fame in 2010. She was also the 1999 World University Games champion in the heptathlon and won the event at the 2003 Pan American Games.
Prior to joining the Wildcats, she spent the previous nine years coaching track and field in high school, with the previous seven years as the girls head coach at Desert Hills High School in St. George. She helped lead the Desert Hills boys team to two state titles and the girls team to one title. She coached four state record holders, 30 state champions and 135 All-State recipients in her time at Desert Hills.
Hogan also worked as a strength coach at BYU from 2002-05, working the men’s and women’s track and field, cross country, football, women’s soccer, women’s gymnastics and softball teams. In 2001, she spent one season coaching track at Idaho State where she was in charge of heptathlete running and strength programs. Two of her athletes set school records in the heptathlon during her time.
Hogan is a native of Leeds, Utah, and attended Pine View High School. She graduated from BYU in 1998 with a degree in Recreation Management. She and her husband Brent have three children.