A.G. Hall resigns as WSSU head women’s basketball coach

A.G. Hall resigns as WSSU head women’s basketball coach
March 24
00:00 2016


The Winston-Salem State University Department of Athletics has announced women’s basketball coach, A.G. Hall, his submitted his letter of resignation as head of the program.

Winston-Salem State finished fifth in the CIAA’s Southern Division, finished with a record of 12-16 overall, and 6-10 in the CIAA this past season.

“Coach Hall has been a class act since day one and had many positive accomplishments during his tenure,” said Winston-Salem State University Director of Athletics, Tonia Walker. “Winston-Salem State University appreciates the hard work and effort that he gave to our program.  These decisions are very difficult and we wish A.G. Hall nothing but the best in his future endeavors. “

A.G. Hall compiled a 53-58 record at WSSU, and produced back-to-back 15-win seasons from 2012-14, but the Rams have gone just 23-33 (12-20 in the CIAA) in the last two sea-sons.

The search for a new basketball coach will begin immediately. Annitra Cole will serve as interim coach until a replacement is hired.

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