Victoria Hurtt
Midwestern State University
Victoria Hurtt
Assistant Coach
Midwestern State
Division 2

Victoria Hurtt enters her season as assistant coach at Midwestern State in the Fall of 2019. She makes the move to Wichita Falls after serving as an assistant at the University of New Hampshire helping guide the Wildcats to 13 wins in 2018 while competing in the America East Conference (NCAA Division I). Hurtt served as a graduate assistant over the two previous years for a successful Indiana Wesleyan squad which advanced to the NAIA Championships in both seasons posting 35-4 record in 2016 before going 29-12 in 2017. She graduated from Iowa State with a Bachelor of Arts degree in advertising in 2015 and holds a Master's of Business Administration degree from the University of Saint Mary (Kan.) in 2018. Playing Career Enjoyed a stellar collegiate career at Iowa State finishing ninth on the program's all-time kills while earning American Volleyball Coaches' Association (AVCA) All-America honorable mention (2012), twice garnered AVCA All-Midwest Region honorable mention (2012, 2014) and was a two-time All-Big 12 pick (2012, 2014) also gaining honorable mention in 2013. Hurtt, who posted 1,033 career kills, played a key role in helping the Cyclones to an NCAA Division I Elite Eight showing as a freshman in 2011 posting a team-high 24 kills and 56 attempts in a five-set loss to Florida State after hitting .429 with 10 kills against Miami (Fla.) in the second round. She earned unanimous All-Big 12 first-team honors as a sophomore averaging 3.03 kills per set as a sophomore leading ISU to the regional semifinals in 2012 and was honorable mention All-Big 12 as a junior. Hurtt closed her collegiate career by earning All-Big 12 first-team accolades again as a senior finishing with 2.66 kills per set as the Cyclones advanced to the second round in NCAA tournament play. She competed professionally for one season for PLDT Ultera Home in Manilla, Phillippines in 2015.