July 14, 2006
Gabriel Hall named USI assistant soccer coach
EVANSVILLE, Ind. – The University of Southern Indiana Department of Athletics announced the hiring of Gabriel Hall as a men's soccer assistant coach for the 2006 season. Hall's responsibilities will include working with the goalkeepers, recruiting, and assisting in day to day operations.
"Gabe comes highly recommended by the staff at San Francisco State University," said USI Head Coach Dan Hogan. "Being from the St. Louis area, he is familiar with the strength of the GLVC. The added plus is that we will have someone to specifically train our goalkeepers."
Prior to coming to USI, Hall has coached extensively at the high school and club levels over the last six years. He was an assistant coach at Riordan High School (San Francisco, California), serving as the head coach for the freshman team, from 2002 to 2003.
The native of St. Peters, Missouri, helped coach the Brownsburg Soccer Club (Brownsburg, Indiana) and the Hoosier Heat (Avon, Indiana) in 2001 before moving to Michigan in 2002 to coach in the West Michigan Edge Y-League (Holland, Michigan).
Hall played collegiately for the University of Indianapolis in 2000 and 2001 and for San Francisco State from 2002 to 2004. He was All-Conference and a two-year team captain at SFSU.
Ray Simmons, USI Sports Information