Kristin Riesgraf completed her seventh season as the Assistant Women's Volleyball coach at UW-Superior. In her role Reisgraf assists with recruiting, scouting, player development, monitoring academic progress, and summer camps. Riesgraf was also the Head Junior Varsity Coach in 2015, and 2016 and has served as the Head Coach of Club Superior's 18/17's for the past four Winter/Springs.
A native of Hibbing, Minn. Riesgraf played volleyball for Hibbing High School, where she was a three-year starter for a very successful program that won the Iron Range Conference three times and Regional Champions and Minnesota State Participants two times. Riesgraf also played club volleyball for Hibbing Juniors, where she was on teams that twice qualified for the Junior Olympic National Tournament.
Riesgraf went on to Hibbing Community College where she was named NJCAA All-American, NJCAA Academic All-American, NJCAA ALL-Region 13 Team, MCAC ALL-State Team, MCAC ALL-North Division Team. Reisgraf was the first female athlete in HCC history to be named an NJCAA All-American and still holds records at HCC for Serving Percentage in a season (98.99), kills in a season (484), and kills in a Career (913 over two years). Following a successful career at HCC, Riesgraf transferred to Cardinal Stritch University in Milwaukee, Wis. to complete her volleyball career.
Riesgraf has a Master's Degree in Applied and Computational Mathematics from the University of Minnesota-Duluth, a Bachelor of Arts degree in Mathematics from Cardinal Stritch University, and an Associate of Arts Degree from Hibbing Community College.
In addition to coaching, Riesgraf is currently employed full time as a Senior Lecturer in the Math and Computer Science Department at UW-Superior, where she has been working for the past seven years.