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The mission of the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics at Hocking College is to provide opportunities for participation in intercollegiate athletics in an environment that encourages the achievement of athletic excellence and good sportsmanship. We are committed to maintaining a passion for providing the proper balance between participation in athletics and the educational and social life common to all students. Within this environment we seek to:
The Hocking College Department of Intercollegiate Athletics conducts programs consistent with both the letter and spirit of the policies and regulations set forth by the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA), the Ohio Community College Athletic Conference (OCCAC), the United States of America Archery Program (USA Archery), the United States Collegiate Archery Association (USCA), and Hocking College. The mission of the Department is, and shall always remain, compatible with the mission of the College.
Ken Hoffman is in his first year as Assistant Athletic Director with responsibilities in internal operations (administration, operations, event management, communications). Hoffman brings over 30 years of athletic administration and management background, including 17 years as Founder & Executive Director of the NCAA college football post-season Motor City Bowl (and Little Caesars Pizza Bowl) in Detroit from 1997-2014. His experience includes 16 years as a sports information director, including 10 years as S.I.D. at Michigan State University from 1987-96.
Hoffman is also credited with organizing Mobile Alabama Bowl (now the Dollar general Bowl) in 1998. He also organized the only NCAA post-season college football bowl game outside of the United States when he organized the International Bowl in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, during the early 2000’s.
Hoffman hails from Toledo, OH, where he earned his Bachelor’s of Education from the University of Toledo. He later attended Michigan State University for his Master’s work in Journalism.
Assistant Athletic Director
Assistant Athletic Director
Craig Moore was hired in August of 2016 as the Assistant Athletic Director and currently serves in a supervisory role overseeing the Cheerleading, Football, and Volleyball Staffs. In his current capacity, he serves as the liaison between the NJCAA, OCCAC and Hocking College to ensure they are operating within the guidelines set forth by the respective governing bodies.
Craig comes to Hocking College from Federal Hocking High School where he taught Physical Education and was the Head Football Coach.
Moore, a native of Indianapolis, Indiana graduated from Quincy University with a Bachelor's of Science in Recreation and Sport before graduating from Ohio University with a Master's of Science in Coaching Education.
Craig and his wife, Jennifer, reside in The Plains, Ohio with their son, Joey, and dog, Auggie. The Moore's are expecting the arrival of their daughter in August.