Sarah Hall is an Upstate native who graduated from Mauldin High School. Following graduation, Hall played four years of softball at Samford University in Birmingham Alabama. After graduating in 2004, Hall started her coaching career, landing her first head gig at a private school, also in Alabama.
She found her way back to the upstate in 2009, taking an assistant coaching spot at her alma mater before filling the head coaching vacancy at NGU in 2010. Sarah Hall has found success at North Greenville, leading the program to its first ever National Christian College Athletic Association national championship in 2010, followed by a second appearance in 2011.
The Crusaders made a splash in their first season in Conference Carolinas under Hall’s leadership winning the regular season championship after posting an 18-4 mark in league play. The Crusaders marched through the conference tournament that season as well, but came up just short finishing second behind King College.
Continuing their conference success, the Crusaders wrapped up 2013 with a second straight runner up finish in the Conference Carolinas tournament, losing to league leader Mount Olive in the final game of the weekend. Hall has amassed an overall record of 72-59 as the head figure at North Greenville, and a 29-12 record in conference.
Hall currently lives in Mauldin with her husband, Jeff and their two children..