Pat Hall
Pat Hall
Hall begins his third season as an assistant coach with the Blue Devils in 2011.  Prior to coming to New Britain he was an assistant coach at Fairfield University for four seasons.  At Fairfield he was responsible for the pitching staff, camps, fundraising and the recruitment of student athletes. 

Prior to Fairfield, he spent four years as the pitching coach at the University of Bridgeport.  Hall is a graduate of the University of Bridgeport where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Human Services.  He captained the 1998 Purple Knight squad and was also the captain and All-New England selection on the 1995 Housatonic Community College team that went to the Junior College World Series. 
In the summer of 2008 Hall was the head coach of the 15-U Team Connecticut Blue Jays team that won the AAU National Championship in Orlando, FL.  He was inducted into the Team Connecticut Baseball Hall of Fame in 2008.

Hall resides in Bristol with his wife, Beth Ellen, and their two daughters, Kaylee and Ryleigh.