Jordan Hiatt is in her first season on Todd Steelman's staff as assistant coach. Previously at the University of Indianapolis, she was hired in July of 2017.
Hiatt spent a year as a Graduate Assistant for the Indianapolis women's basketball team. While there she was responsible for many aspects of the program, including logistics, academics, camps, and recruiting.
Hiatt was a four letterman at Lenoir-Rhyne where she served as a captain for her last two seasons. The team, ranked in the USA Top 25 in 2013, earned a bid to the NCAA tournament in 2013 and 2014. In 2014 Lenoir-Rhyne earned South Atlantic Co-Championship honors and hosted the NCAA Regional as a #1 seed.
Hiatt earned All-Freshman Team honors in 2013, and was a member of the Dean's List from 2014-2016, and on the South Atlantic Conference Commissioners Honor Roll for all four years. Hiatt was a member of the Arktos Chapter of Mortar Board Senior Honor Society where she served at Vice President, a member of Chi Alpha Sigma Student-Athlete Honor Society where she served as Secretary, and was a women's basketball representative for the Student Athletic Advisory Committee.
A native of Mount Airy, NC, Hiatt graduated from Lenoir-Rhyne in 2016 with a bachelor's degree in Sports Management and a minor in Business.