Iowa Hawkeyes Deacon Hill parents: Facts about Pe’a Hill and Cindy Battistone Hill

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Deacon Hill rocketed to fame after he made his career debut as a starting quarterback with six out of 21 completed passing attempts for 110 yards, one touchdown, one interception and a QBR of 2.0.

But did you know that the Iowa Hawkeyes player is not the only sports success story in his family?

It turns out sporting ability runs in the NFL player’s blood, as Deacon is the son of Pe’a Hill, a former college football player.

Join GhLinks as we look into everything you need to know about Deacon Hill’s proud parents.

Deacon Hill parents: Who are Pe’a Hill and Cindy Battistone Hill?

Deacon Hill was born on February 11, 2003 to parents Pe’a Hill and Cindy Battistone Hill.

Deacon Hill is the youngest of four children in one of Santa Barbara’s most athletically prominent families.

Pe’a Hill: Deacon Hill’s father

Pe’a Hill was a versatile athlete who played both football at Fresno City College and basketball at BYU-Hawai‘i.

Cindy Battistone Hill: Deacon Hill’s mother

Cindy Battistone Hill: Deacon Hill's mother
Cindy Battistone Hill: Deacon Hill’s mother

Cindy is a San Marcos High basketball legend: three-time team MVP and All-League, two-time All-CIF, and a Parade All-American in her senior season.

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At BYU, she won All-Conference and All-American honors, averaging 22.2 points, 8.7 rebounds, and 5.5 assists in her senior season.

She earned induction into the Santa Barbara Athletic Round Table Hall of Fame in 1999.

Deacon Hill’s sisters

All three of Hill’s older sisters — Dos Pueblos graduates Sami, Kodi and Abbi — were All-America water polo players at UCLA.

Abbi is in her senior season with the Bruins. Kodi is now coaching in the Corona del Mar Club Water Polo Program while Sami is an assistant coach at the University of Michigan.

Sami won a gold medal as a goalkeeper for Team USA at the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. She joined her mother in the SBART Hall of Fame when she was inducted last month.

She said her three siblings were “my biggest cheerleaders and, at times, my harshest competitors.”

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