Hall, Sharay

Hall, Sharay

Sharay Hall
Head Women’s Basketball Coach
Athletics and Recreational Sports

Contact Information:


112 Sport $ Fitness Center

Degrees and Credentials:
M.S. Sport Science (Sport and Exercise Psychology) , Lock Haven University of Pennsylvania 2014
B.S. Psychology, Lock Haven University of Pennsylvania 2012

Short Bio:


Hall spent her collegiate career playing for Lock Haven, where she received a bachelor's degree in psychology in 2012 and later a master's degree in sports and exercise psychology in 2014. She appeared in 102 games during her four years, scoring 873 points and grabbing 568 rebounds. During her senior year, she was an SCAC Second Team All-Conference Selection, and she is third in all-time steals, sixth in all-time three-point field goals, eighth in all-time rebounding and ninth in all time blocked shots at Lock Haven. She also served as a student assistant coach from August 2012 until May 2013.


In September 2013, the Philadelphia native then served as a graduate assistant coach at Clarion University where she oversaw the team's offseason conditioning, lifting and nutrition while also assisting with recruiting, planning practice and scouting.


After a year at Clarion, Hall earned her first assistant coaching role at Frostburg (Md.) State University, where she was an integral part of all coaching aspects from September 2014 until May 2016. In addition to making practice itineraries, game and workout plans, and recruiting, she edited video to assist with scouting and built up the academic support program. Under her watchful eye, her squad earned a 3.1 team GPA. In assisting with player development, she saw Ronje James (First Team) and Kirsten Rayner (Second Team) earn All-CAC honors.


In August 2016, she was named the assistant women's basketball coach at West Virginia Wesleyan College of NCAA Division II. She was tasked with helping to build up the program. In her first year on the staff, the team earned a postseason berth. She also helped to develop Mari Stewart, an All- Conference Honorable Mention. Among her many roles, she served as the team's academic advisor and helped bring the GPA up to 3.6.