Dana Sue Hall, Assistant Athletic Director, Senior Women’s Administrator and Associate Professor of Athletics, Health and Physical Education, earned an M.Ed. (1988) in sports medicine from the University of Virginia, after receiving a B.S. (1977) in health and physical education from Frostburg State University.

In twenty-one years at the helm of the field hockey and women’s lacrosse programs, Hall has developed the Eagles into one of the premier programs in the country. Hall ranks as one of the winningest coaches in NCAA history with a career field hockey record of 288-134-3 and in women’s lacrosse with 232-137. Her combined collegiate win-loss record is 520-271-3. Hall’s teams have advanced to 18 NCAA Championship tournaments, including nine in the past eleven years in lacrosse and four in the past ten years in field hockey. In addition, 42 student athletes playing in her programs have been recognized as All-Americans. Coach Hall’s position was split in June 2011; she will continue to guide the Women’s Lacrosse program in the future.