|Title:||Head Women's Lacrosse Coach/Associate Athletic Director/Senior Woman's Administrator|
In 22 years as the head coach of
the University of Mary Washington women’s lacrosse program,
Dana Hall has turned the Eagles into one of the premier programs in
all of NCAA Division III. With 10 NCAA Division III national
championship appearances since 2000, more than 40 All-American
performances, and eight national top-10 rankings, Hall ranks
as one of the winningest coaches in NCAA history. With a career
lacrosse coaching record of 249-142 and a career field hockey
coaching record of 276-126-3, Hall has won 525 games as a
collegiate coach, with a career winning percentage of .663.
A true player’s coach, Hall has posted a 238-138 career record in 22 years at the helm of UMW women’s lacrosse. Since taking over the field hockey and lacrosse programs at UMW in the fall of 1990, Hall’s teams have advanced to 16 NCAA Championships, including in 10 of the past 13 years in lacrosse.
Named the 2001 NCAA Division III National Women’s Lacrosse Coach of the Year by 360Lacrosse.com, Hall is the winningest lacrosse coach in school history, having won her 200th game at UMW during the 2009 season. Her last nine teams have broken nearly every school record, including records for wins, winning percentage, and scoring. For her teams’ efforts she has been named the Virginia College Division Coach of the Year in three of the past six years. She also was named national coach of the year in field hockey in 1993.
A multi-sport athlete at Frostburg State University, Hall earned all-state honors in both field hockey and lacrosse for the Bobcats. An associate professor of health and physical education, Hall also serves as Associate Athletic Director and Senior Women’s Administrator at Mary Washington. The mother of two daughters and a grandmother of four, Hall resides in Spotsylvania, Va.