| College baseball|
Miami (OH) (Asst.)
| Miami (OH)|
| November 27, 1954 (age 61) (1954-11-27) |
Georgia Institute of Technology
Atlantic Coast Conference
Danny Hall (baseball) Wikipedia
Danny Hall (born November 27, 1954) is the head baseball coach of the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets. He has been the head coach of Georgia Tech since 1994. Before coming to Tech, he held positions at Miami (OH), Michigan, and Kent State. From 1978 to 1979, he coached at Miami (OH), where he compiled a 69–26 (.726) record. From 1980 to 1987, he coached at Michigan, where he compiled a 368–111–1 record as an assistant coach. From 1988 to 1993, he coached at Kent State, where he compiled a 208–117(.640) record.
Hall's accomplishments put him in the annals of all-time great Georgia Tech coaches. He has compiled a 854–402–1 record, has led Tech to post-season play 13 out of 15 seasons, and has taken Tech to its only College World Series appearances in 1994, 2000, and 2006. Over the last three seasons, Tech has led the ACC with a 74–38 conference record. This includes a school record 25 consecutive conference wins in the 2004 season. Hall's 737 wins as head coach make him the winningest head coach in all of Tech sports history. Hall is the only current head coach at Tech with a winning record in Clean, Old-Fashioned Hate.
Hall is married to Kara, with whom he has two sons, Carter and Colin. Carter was selected in the 34th round of the 2015 MLB draft, but chose not to sign and attended Georgia Tech.