Kari (Flunker) Hoffman
Head Coach, Women’s Basketball
Kari (Flunker) Hoffman became Cedarville University’s new head women’s basketball coach on July 1, 2016.
Hoffman was promoted after serving as an assistant coach with the Lady Jackets since 2010 when she returned to her alma mater.
It’s her second time around on the CU staff having been an assistant for women’s basketball and softball during the 2007–08 academic year.
Hoffman has played a key role as both a player and coach in the basketball success enjoyed by the Lady Jackets.
Since returning in 2010, Cedarville has posted a 135–50 record with two conference championships and the program’s first-ever trip to the NCAA Division II Championship.
Hoffman spent the 2008–09 and 2009–10 seasons at NCAA Division I Green Bay. She was the Director of Women’s Basketball Operations for the Phoenix, who qualified for the NCAA Tournament each year.
A native of Florence, Wis., Hoffman was a two-time American Mideast Conference Player of the Year during her playing career from 2001–05. She is Cedarville’s second all-time leading scorer with 2,275 points while guiding the Lady Jackets to a 124–18 record, three AMC titles, and two NAIA Division II runner-up finishes.