Brittni Hall was named Berry College head women's lacrosse coach in November of 2017.
In her first year with the Vikings, she coached three All-SAA selections and seven SAA Academic Honor Roll honorees. Hall's career record sits at 90-75.
A native of Rome, Ga., Hall played her prep lacrosse at Darlington where she was a three-time All-State selection. From there, she went on to attend and play collegiate lacrosse at NCAA Division I Presbyterian College in Clinton, SC. While playing at Presbyterian, she was named Rookie of the Year her freshman year and to the National Lacrosse Conference All-Tournament Team as a co-captain in both her junior and senior seasons. Hall was also named Most Valuable Offensive Player her sophomore and junior years.
After graduating from Presbyterian, Hall was tabbed to start the women's lacrosse program from scratch for Shorter University in 2010-11. During her seven years at Shorter, she was named NWLL Coach of the Year in 2011, as well as Coach of the Year for the Gulf South Conference in 2017. Along with establishing a very successful lacrosse program, she earned her Master in Business Administration from Shorter in 2016.