Cory Hall
Cory  Hall

Senior Director/Sports Communications

Alma Mater:
Central College (Iowa)

Cory Hall began at the University of Cincinnati in August 2012 as Senior Director of Sports Communications. In his role, he is the primary contact for women's soccer, cross country and track & field. He is also the secondary contact for football.

In addition to responsibility for contact covering those programs, Hall is the office lead on multimedia and photography advancements, website development and Cincinnati's archiving.

Hall comes to UC after spending two and a half years at the University of Minnesota as an Assistant Director of Athletic Communications. Most recently, he worked with the 2012 and 2013 National Championship women's hockey program promoting a handful of Olympians and All-Americans. Along with promoting a Gophers program that went undefeated in 2013, he served as the media coordinator for the 2013 Women's Frozen Four.

He also spent time overseeing the women's soccer, women's gymnastics, softball, women's cross country and women's track & field programs. For the 2013-14 academic year, Hall served as the coordinator of the Gophers' internship program, which encompassed 25 full-time postgraduate interns across the whole athletic department.

Prior to Minnesota, Hall was an intern in the sports information department at Appalachian State University. There he served as the primary contact for field hockey, cross country, track & field and tennis, while also serving as the secondary football contact.

The Guthrie Center, Iowa native began working in the communications field at Central College in Pella, Iowa. He spent 2006-10 assisting with communication efforts for all 11 athletic programs. During his collegiate career, he also interned with the Des Moines Menace Soccer Club, which is annually one of the top soccer clubs in the United Soccer League's Premier Developmental League.

Hall graduated from Central College in 2010 with a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration with an emphasis on Marketing. While there, he was also a letterwinner for the Dutch track and field program as a decathlete.