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Natalie Hall
Position: Assistant Women's Coach, Distance; Recruiting Coordinator
City/State: Williamsburg, Va.
Alma Mater: Virginia Tech
Graduating Year: 2008
Experience: 1 Year
Phone: (757) 221-7965
Natalie Hall Bio
Courtesy: Jacob Skipper
Release: 08/18/2014
Former Virginia Tech All-American Natalie Hall begins her first season at William and Mary in 2014-15.  Hall will take on the role of Head Women's Cross Country Coach, as well as assisting with both men's and women's distance runners during the winter and spring track season.  In addition to her coaching duties, Hall will also serve as the Tribe's recruiting coordinator for both programs, and will assist in all administrative aspects of running the nationally-recognized W&M team.

Hall comes to W&M after spending the previous 10 years in Blacksburg at Virginia Tech, first as an All-American athlete and later as an assistant coach.  Her mentorship with the Hokies included helping coach the middle-distance and distance athletes from 2012-14, when VT produced six individual All-Americans and two All-American relays.  In addition to helping develop the team training programs, Hall also helped coordinate travel, equipment, and recruiting.

Hall is also spent the past four years helping to lead the women's side of Virginia Tech's Athletes in Action (AIA) ministry.  In 2013, she volunteered on a trip to the Togolese Republic with (AIA), serving as co-leader for a team of U.S. coaches conducting track and field clinics in the West African country.  

A Virginia Beach native, Hall was an All-American runner and record-setter for the Hokies, competing from 2004 to 2009.  Originally a middle-distance athlete, she ran at every distance up to the 10,000m, setting three school records and still ranking in the all-time top-five in eight events.  In the winter of 2009, Hall finished 10th in the mile at the NCAA Championships to earn All-American accolades, the first in the event for either men or women in school history.  At the ACC Championships, Hall was a four-time champion, winning the 2005 DMR and 2009 5,000m indoors as well as repeating as the 10,000m champion outdoors in 2008 and 2009.  Her best mile of 4:40.31 is still the Hokies school record. Hall also ranks top-four at 1,000m, 3,000m, and 5,000m indoors; as well as the 3,000m and 10,000m outdoors.  She earned her undergraduate degree in marketing management in 2008, and a Master's in Health Education and Health Promotion in 2009.

Hall and her husband, former All-American pole-vaulter Hunter Hall, moved to Williamsburg in the summer of 2014.  He works with W&M's newly formed Office of University Advancement.
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