After winning a Big 12 Conference Championship and Qualifying for the NCAA National Championships for the University of Missouri in 2009, Coach Hoehn moved into coaching at the High School level at Union County in Western Kentucky.
Marcus HoehnDuring his five-year tenure, Coach Hoehn guided two KHSAA State Championship Teams, five top-3 KHSAA State Teams, Kentucky's first ever five-time State Champion, three High School National Champions, 14 Individual State Champions, and 21 Individual State Medalists.
In the summer of 2014, Coach Hoehn and his wife, Katie, moved back to Missouri in order for her to complete her Master's Degree through Fontbonne. The following spring, Coach Hoehn opened a private wrestling club, Thoroughbred Wrestling Academy, in Maryland Heights.
Coach Hoehn has spent the last several years developing youth and high school wrestlers for college success, through running his club, camps, and coaching on Missouri National Teams.
Coach Hoehn and his wife, Katie, currently reside in St. Louis with their two-year old daughter, Jameson. Coach Hoehn received his Bachelor's Degree from the University of Missouri and in 2012 earned his Master's Degree from Campbellsville University.
Fans make sure to stay updated on fontbonnegriffins.com throughout the year for full updates and recaps on the men's and women's wrestling teams.