Sondra Hall enters her first year as an assistant coach for the University of Florida softball team after serving as an assistant under Head Coach Tim Walton at Wichita State.
Hall is no stranger to the Southeastern Conference as she played at South Carolina. She played third base for the 1997 Gamecock team that went to the College World Series.
Prior to her year at Wichita State, Hall served as assistant softball coach at Crescenta Valley High School in California. While at CVHS, Hall had responsibilities as a hitting and catching coach, duties in home game management and served as director of camps and clinics. Hall was also extensively involved with fund raising projects and community service programs during her tenure at CVHS.
Prior to her time at CVHS, Hall served as an assistant coach for the Tropic Wave ASA team from 1996-98. She has also served as an instructor at numerous camps and clinics.
Hall earned her Bachelor's degree in journalism from South Carolina in 2000.
Sondra is one of the hardest working young coaches I have seen," Walton said. "Not only does she have the ability to teach, she has the ability to learn. She is going to help everybody and be able to learn and get better at the same time. A strength for her is not only being familiar with the SEC, but with the College World Series as well."