A.G. Hall joined Gene Hill's GSU staff in May 2018.
Hall came to Georgia State after one season at North Carolina Central. It was his second stop in Durham as he graduated from the institution in 1998. Hall started his coaching career at his alma mater, helping the Lady Eagles to a 49-13 record from 2000-02, winning consecutive Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA) Western Division titles before advancing to the NCAA Tournament both seasons.
The 2001-02 team in Hall’s second season won its first two tourney games before being eliminated in the round of 16.
He spent four years as head coach at Winston-Salem State University from 2012-16, which included a pair of 15-win seasons. The Rams 2012-13 squad under Hall was ranked No. 2 in NCAA Division II in team defense, allowing just 51 points per game.
Hall has a total of 17 years of collegiate women’s basketball coaching experience, which features 10 years as an assistant at the Division I level between Providence College (2002-08), Clemson University (2008-10) and Bethune-Cookman University (2010-12).
“A.G. Hall and I go back for over 18 years. He’s been a head coach and has coached at every level from D2, Mid-major to Power-5. He is a family person and his knowledge of the game and my respect for his ability to teach and to develop players will be a great fit for our program,” head coach Gene Hill said.