Kevin Hitt joins the Titans coaching staff in 2014 and brings 15
years of head coaching experience at the high school level and
eight years as a collegiate assistant. He amassed a 253-116 record
as a head coach in high school and appeared in 11 CIF Tournaments
while coaching 51 all-league student athletes.
Hitt spent the last two seasons as the head coach at Villa Park
High School. He helped lead the Spartans to a 26-5 record in 2013
to finish atop the Century League standings. Hitt coached the
league’s most valuable player and had four players named to
the All-Century League team. The Spartans advanced to the second
round in the CIF playoffs.
In his first season at the helm in 2012, Hitt led the Spartans
to the first round of the CIF playoffs and coached two all-Century
Hitt also served as a volunteer assistant coach for the USA
Women’s National Team from 2009-12. He was responsible for
the implementation of practice protocols and training
Hitt also served as head coach at Canyon High School in Anaheim,
Calif, for five seasons beginning in 2007. He amassed a cumulative
74-57 record during that time and led the team to three playoff
appearances. He led the 2009 squad to a 17-6 record to finish
second in the Century League and advanced to the second round of
the CIF Playoffs. Counting his time at Villa Park, Hitt also
had 17 players selected to the all-Century League while at Canyon
Hitt’s first high school head coaching job came at Mayfair
High School in 1998, where was at the helm for seven years. He led
the team to seven straight league titles and postseason
appearances, going 80-0 in the Suburban League. He had 28 players
selected to the all-Suburban League team along with six players
named to the all-CIF Southern Section team.
On the collegiate level, Hitt has served as an assistant coach
at Northern Michigan (1991-93), Rice (1994-95), Cal State Dominguez
Hills (1998-2000) and most recently at Long Beach State (2004-06).
In eight years as a collegiate assistant coach, Hitt coached 10
All-Americans and two NCAA Players of the Year.
He helped lead Cal State Dominguez Hills to 16 victories in
1999, the most wins for the program since 1983. At Northern
Michigan, Hitt was part of a coaching staff that led the Wildcats
to the consecutive NCAA Division II National Championship games in
1992 and 1993, winning the title in its second trip.
In his time at Long Beach State, the 49ers won the Big West
Conference title in 2005 and made the NCAA Tournament.
Hitt earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in single-subject
secondary English from National University and is projected to
receive his master’s degree in coaching and athletic
administration from Concordia University in August.