Mike Hall
Director of Player Development
(801) 422-1574
SAB 372

Professional Experience

  • BYU Student Life Department - Honor Code Administrator (2018-2022)
  • BYU Student-Athlete Life and Learning Center Academic Advisor (2013-2018)
  • Director of Operations - BYU men's basketball (2010-2013)


  • BYU (2005, B.A. in Recreation Management)
  • BYU Marriott School of Business (2020, MPA)

Playing Career

  • BYU -  guard (2003-2005)
    • Named Mountain West Defensive Player of the Year (2004)
    • Named to All-Mountain West Third Team (2004)
    • Led BYU in scoring with 13.9 ppg (2005)
    • No. 6 all-time at BYU in career steals (1.483)
    • Recorded three career games with at least five steals
  • Pepperdine (2000-2001)
  • Dixie State (2002-2003)
    • Named NJCAA All-American
  • Played five years of professional basketball in Turkey, France, Austria and Japan. 
  • Played 2006 season with Utah Eagles of the Continental Basketball Association


  • From San Bernardino, California
  • Wife: Tara
  • Children: Halle, Swift, Maddox, Tatum and Jordan


As the director of player development, Hall will focus on the off-field development of the football student athletes. He will serve as the program’s Built4Life liaison focusing on life skills learning sessions, internship opportunities, academic success and the transition to life after football for members of the team. He will also serve as a liaison for football, maintaining and growing productive relationships of trust with important campus entities, including the Student-Athlete Life and Learning Center, On and Off Campus Housing and the Student Life Office.

Professional Experience

Following his playing career, Hall returned to BYU in 2010 to serve as the director of basketball operations on Dave Rose’s staff for three seasons. Hall then worked as an academic advisor in the BYU athletic department from 2013 to 2018 before serving as an honor code office administrator in the BYU Student Life Department the past four years.

In his most recent role working as an honor code office administrator, Hall served as a mentor and resource to students on campus helping them to adjust and follow the policies and practices found within the honor code. He has worked hard to build campus relationships with a wide variety of campus entities and departments and has earned a respected reputation for his professionalism and work ethic. Among his many responsibilities in his role in the Student Life Department, Hall served on committees for Campus Life Collaboration, Dean of Students Advising Initiative and Campus Life Department Diversity, where he also served as committee chair. 

As an academic advisor in the BYU Student-Athlete Life and Learning Center, Hall’s responsibilities included providing mentoring and academic advisement to multiple collegiate athletic teams; sharing knowledge of university, program major, and NCAA eligibility requirements; and communicating with staff and faculty on campus to assist student-athletes in their goals for academic success.

As director of operations for BYU basketball, Hall's responsibilities include coordinating team travel and all team activities and providing support for academics, marketing and recruiting. In his first season on the staff, the Cougars won 32 games and advanced to the Sweet 16 of the 2011 NCAA Tournament. In his second season, BYU won 26 games and overcame a 25-point deficit to defeat Iona in the First Round of the NCAA Tournament, the largest comeback in NCAA Tournament history.

Playing Career

A native of San Bernardino, Calif., Hall was named the Mountain West Conference Defensive Player of the Year and earned a spot on the All-MWC Third Team as a junior in his first season with the Cougars. As a senior, Hall led the Cougars in scoring (13.9 ppg) and repeated as a third-team All-MWC honoree. He finished his BYU career averaging 13.3 points and 3.5 rebounds. Prior to playing at BYU, Hall played his sophomore season at Dixie State where he was an NJCAA All-American and the Scenic West Athletic Conference and NJCAA Region 18 Player of the Year. He spent his freshman season at Pepperdine where he played 18 games.

After graduating from BYU, Hall played professionally in Turkey, France, Austria and Japan. In 2006, he played for the Utah Eagles of the CBA. In 2009-10, Hall played for the Shiga Lakestars in Japan and averaged 9.2 points and 2.9 rebounds.

Education and Family

Hall graduated from BYU in 2005 with a bachelor’s degree in recreation management and later earned a masters of public administration in 2020 from Marriot School of Business at BYU. He and his wife Tara are the parents of five children, Halle, Swift, Maddox, Tatum and Jordan.


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