Vicki Hall has been named assistant women’s basketball coach at the University of Toledo, two-time Mid-American Conference Coach of the Year Tricia Cullop announced on Wednesday. Hall will work with all aspects of the program, including post-player development, recruiting, academic support and opponent scouting.
Hall comes to Toledo following one season at the University of New Mexico, where she was responsible for post-player development, practice and game management, skills training, staff development and program supervision, scheduling and fundraising. While with the Lobos, she helped mentor All-Mountain West Conference performers Porche Torrance and Caroline Durbin. Torrance was named the MWC Defensive Player of the Year, as well as selected to the All-Defensive Team and third-team all-league, while Durbin earned a spot on the first-team. UNM advanced to the championship game of the 2012 MWC Tournament.
Hall arrived in Albuquerque from MAC member Miami, where she served two years as an assistant coach. She assisted with scheduling, practice and game administration, post-player and guard development, pre-season conditioning, high school and junior college recruiting, academic support and fundraising during her time in Oxford. Hall worked with All-MAC selections Courtney Osborn and Kirsten Olowinski with the RedHawks. Osborn was a two-time third-team all-conference selection and the 2010 MAC Freshman of the Year, while Olowinski garnered a spot on the MAC All-Freshman Team and was named Honorable Mention All-MAC.
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