All-Time Coaching Records
Heather Hall is now in her second season as the
head softball coach at Union University. In June of 2007, Hall was hired
as the new head softball coach and she posted a 37-22 record with an
NAIA Region XI Tournament appearance in her first season.
Hall, a native of Prince Edward Island, Canada, spent two seasons as the
assistant coach at the University of Tennessee at Martin under the
leadership of Head Coach Donley Canary.
Hall played college softball at Gannon University in Erie, Pennsylvania
from 2001-2004. In 2004, she graduated with a major in Social Work and a
minor in French. While at Gannon, she set numerous school records. Hall
holds careers records for strikeouts (857), shutouts (35), innings
pitched, ERA (1.06), wins (68), complete games (81), and games started.
She also holds Gannon's single season record for strikeouts (226), while
also holding the second, third, and fourth spots for strikeouts in a
season. Hall adds single season records in ERA (0.51), complete games,
innings pitched, and shutouts to her list of milestones. In 2001, Hall
was named the GLIAC Freshman of the Year and was a three-time All-GLIAC
performer (2001, 2002, and 2004). In 2002, her ERA and strikeouts placed
her second and third respectively in NCAA Division II ranks.
Hall has competed in the Canadian Nationals at the junior and senior
levels. She was named the MVP for the Canadian Senior Women’s National
Tournament in 2002.
Hall was married to Steven Hall, Jr. on July 7, 2007. She has one step
daughter, Audrey Hall (7) and is expecting the birth of her first child