Hochevar spent her collegiate career at Long Beach State, where she replaced Misty May as their setter. As a senior, Hochevar was named an AVCA All-American as a setter. She left Long Beach in the top 10 in assists, digs, and block assists. From 2002-04, she was a member of the US National Team,
In 2006, Hochevar suffered a significant back injury that temporarily paralyzed her left leg. This injury caused her to miss the remainder of the season, although she did make a full recovery and was able to return to competition the following season. Hochevar has returned to play 60 AVP events since her devastating injury.
Hochevar made her AVP debut in 2004 at Chicago. 2013 was a successful season for Hochevar, when she finished with six top-3 finishes and finished top-5 in every event. Hochevar will be teaming up with Lane Carico for the 2014 tour.
Something people would be surprised to know about you:
I haven’t had a car in 5 years.
What are your pre-game rituals?
Sunscreen, thera-band activation, visualization, press play.
If you weren’t playing professional volleyball, what would your job be?
Helping others become pain, fear and doubt free, empowering women to stand in their knowing, teaching youth the value of discipline.
Off-Season: Does it actually exist or is it just a myth?
Off season is where the muscles, heart, and belly gets full with friends and family.