Scott Hall Accepts Position at MTSU
MURFREESBORO, Tenn. - - Belmont University baseball assistant coach for player development/recruiting coordinator Scott Hall has accepted a position at Middle Tennessee State University, the school announced Monday.
A member of the Bruin staff for the past six seasons, Hall was an invaluable cog in Belmont's consecutive Atlantic Sun Conference championships, and back-to-back NCAA Tournament appearances in 2011 and 2012 - which included victories over Oklahoma State and Troy en route to a 2011 NCAA Regional Final appearance at Vanderbilt.
Moreover, the Bruins established new program single-season records for victories, runs scored, total bases, runs batted in and hits in the last two seasons.
"Scott made lasting contributions to our program and our university over the past six years," Belmont head coach Dave Jarvis said. "His work ethic, business-like approach and love of the game were tremendous assets for our program, and factored mightily to our championships and NCAA Tournament success. We wish Scott and his family nothing but the best."
Hall coached a staggering 29 Atlantic Sun All-Conference selections, including the first-ever First Team All-Atlantic Sun selection at both pitcher and position in Carlo Testa ('08). Seven Bruins went on to be selected in the MLB Entry Draft.
"I can't overstate the gratitude I have for Coach Jarvis, Mike Strickland, and Dr. Fisher for the opportunity they gave me six years ago to join the Belmont Athletics' community. Belmont is truly a family atmosphere, one that exemplifies class in every way. I am very proud of the accomplishments that we fulfilled as a program, both on and off the playing field. The players have been tireless in their pursuit of excellence in all they do, and the relationships that I have made with them are truly a blessing from God."