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Bob Hoffman coaching basketball

Bob Hofman, the Legend

Bob Hoffman profile photoAfter 19 years at the helm, Fort Lewis College basketball coach Bob Hofman will spend his last year as coach emeritus during the 2015-16 season.

Fort Lewis College will recognize Coach Hofman’s legacy by naming the court in Whalen Gymnasium in his honor during the 2015-16 season.  

  • Bob Hofman owns every coaching record in FLC history: 359 wins, .654 winning percentage, 245 league wins, .683 league winning percentage, and most seasons as head coach
  • 359-190 (.654) winning percentage, and a Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference record of 245-115 (.683) at FLC
  • A 437-280 career mark
  • Three RMAC regular season crowns
  • Four RMAC postseason championships
  • Six RMAC West Division trophies
  • Seven NCAA Division II playoff berths, including a Sweet Sixteen berth in 2010-11
  • Two-time RMAC Coach of the Year awards (1986-87 and 2004-05)
  • RMAC West Division Coach of the Year accolade (i2007-08)
  • NAIA District VII Coach of the Year (1986-87)
  • The winningest coach at two RMAC schools – FLC and Western State


Bob Hofman Fund for Basketball Excellence

To celebrate his career as both a coach and a person who has touched many lives, the Skyhawk Athletic Association and the FLC Foundation is proud to announce the Bob Hofman Fund for Basketball Excellence. We seek to raise at least $50,000 over the next five years from alumni and friends of FLC basketball.