Associate head coach Carolyn DeHoff is in her fifth at Utah, having spent the last four seasons as its assistant coach. Among DeHoff's responsibilities are coordinating Utah's recruiting efforts, point guard development, organization and planning of the schedule, coordination of academic affairs and directing summer camps.
DeHoff spent five seasons at Weber State, where she served as recruiting coordinator, supported the head coach with practice and game management, scheduled non-conference opponents, coordinated travel, established an annual alumni game and reception and implemented two high school jamborees. During her time at Weber, the Wildcats went from a sub-.500 program to a back-to-back NCAA Tournament participant. WSU won consecutive Big Sky titles, achieved its highest RPI ever and had back-to-back 20-win seasons.
Prior to her stint at Weber State, DeHoff served for seven years as the top assistant at Wyoming, where she coordinated recruitment and managed team travel. Before returning to her home state of Wyoming, DeHoff was an assistant coach at Coronado High School in Scottsdale, Ariz., where she helped lead the Dons to back-to-back state championships.
DeHoff was a Street & Smith's All-America her senior year at East High School in Cheyenne, Wyo. From 1987-90, she played at Arizona State University, where she was a captain. In 1989, she toured Hungary with the Pac-10 All-Star Team. While at ASU, DeHoff was also on the Dean's List.
A native of Cheyenne, DeHoff graduated from Arizona State in 1991 with a bachelor's degree in exercise science and physical education.