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North Carolina Soccer Hall of Fame
Gary W. Hall

Gary Hall, who recently retired as men’s soccer coach at Barton College, ended his 27-year career with a 188-176-35 record at three North Carolina colleges – Lenoir-Rhyne, Campbell and Barton.

Hall, a native of Winston-Salem, played collegiate at Fayetteville’s Methodist College, then transferred to Barton (then called Atlantic Christian). His first coaching job was at Wake Forest, where he was an assistant from 1980-83.

In 1984, Hall went to Lenoir-Rhyne, which was reinstituting its soccer program. The Bears went 7-5-1 that first season.
After three seasons in Hickory, Hall went to Campbell, where he stayed for two seasons before heading to his alma mater of Barton.

He coached the Bulldogs for 18 seasons, finishing with 149 victories before retiring earlier this year to focus his sole attention on being the school’s athletics director.

Gary W. Hall's HOF Induction Bio

 
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