Former Aztec quarterback Adam Hall is in his eighth season in the strength and conditioning program at San Diego State and will begin his sixth overseeing the football program.
He was promoted to assistant athletic director for strength and conditioning in March 2015 after serving as interim director of strength and conditioning during the 2014 football campaign.
Worked at SDSU as the assistant strength and conditioning coach from January 2009 until May 2010 during current head coach Rocky Long's first 16 months with the Aztecs. Hall assisted then-strength and conditioning coach Aaron Wellman with all workouts.
Prior to returning to Montezuma Mesa, he spent two years at Texas where he was the Longhorns' offensive graduate assistant in 2010 and the program's recruiting coordinator in 2011.
Texas compiled an 8-5 mark in 2011, capped by a victory over California at the Holiday Bowl in San Diego.
Started his collegiate playing career at Texas in 1999, before transferring to San Diego State after his freshman campaign.
As an Aztec, needed just three seasons to become a 5,000-yard passer, one of only nine players to accomplish that feat at SDSU. Playing through injuries, he still managed to record 423 completions, 5,173 passing yards and 24 touchdowns.
Produced two of the nine best individual passing games in school history, throwing for 516 yards against Arizona State on Sept. 14, 2002, and 506 yards at Idaho on Sept. 21, 2002. His 60 attempts against the Sun Devils were a school-record until Adam Dingwell threw 63 times in the 2013 opener vs. Eastern Illinois. In addition, he led the Mountain West in passing efficiency his junior season.
In the school's career record book, ranks ninth in attempts, eighth in completions and ninth in passing yards.
Nominated for the 2003 Davy O'Brien Award and was an honorable mention all-league selection as a junior. He also served as one the team's captains his final campaign.
Prepped at Westlake High School in Austin, Texas, where he was a decorated athlete, earning first-team 5A all-state honors by the Associated Press and second-team accolades by the Texas Sportswriters Association.
Earned his bachelor's degree from San Diego State in 2004 in public administration.