All-Time Coaching Records
Heather Hall is in her first season with Union
University. In June of 2007, Hall was hired as the new head softball coach
for the Union Lady Bulldogs. In addition to her softball duties, Hall will
serve as the assistant volleyball coach.
Hall, a native of Prince Edward Island, Canada, has spent the past two
seasons as the assistant coach at the University of Tennessee at Martin
under the leadership of Head Coach Donley Canary.
Hall played college softball at Gannon
University in Erie, Pennsylvania from 2001-2004. In 2004, she graduated with
a major in Social Work and a minor in French. While at Gannon, she set
numerous school records. Hall holds careers records for strikeouts (857),
shutouts (35), innings pitched, ERA (1.06), wins (68), complete games (81),
and games started. She also holds Gannon's single season record for
strikeouts (226), while also holding the second, third, and fourth spots for
strikeouts in a season. Hall adds single season records in ERA (0.51),
complete games, innings pitched, and shutouts to her list of milestones. In
2001, Hall was named the GLIAC Freshman of the Year and was a three-time
All-GLIAC performer (2001, 2002, and 2004). In 2002, her ERA and
strikeouts placed her second and third respectively in NCAA Division II
Hall has competed in the Canadian Nationals at the junior and senior levels.
She was named the MVP for the Canadian Senior
Women’s National Tournament in 2002.
Hall was married to Steven Hall, Jr. on July 7, 2007. She has one step
daughter, Audrey Hall (7).
Steven Gream is in his third season as the assistant coach for the Union
softball program. Gream joined Union in August of 2005 when he was named the
new head volleyball coach in addition to his softball duties.
After graduating from Union University in 2000 with a Bachelor of Science
degree in History, Gream has spent five years at his former high school,
North Pemiscot High School in Wardell, Missouri. At North Pemiscot, Gream
was the high school and junior high volleyball coach, as well as, a high
school history teacher. In August of 2004, Gream completed his Masters of
Education degree from Union University.
Gream has worked with local clubs and leagues in the community to develop
new volleyball programs for young kids, and in doing so, has increased the
participation and quality of volleyball in his area. He also is a member of
the AVCA (American Volleyball Coaches Association).
During his time at Union as a student, Gream was the student assistant
coach for the volleyball and softball teams. In the two seasons as a
student assistant with softball, Union was 110-19-1 including the team's
first ever appearance in the NAIA World Series in 1999. The softball team
also won two TranSouth Championship and one region title during that time.
Over the two seasons with the volleyball team, Union compiled an overall
record of 78-18 with a TranSouth Conference regular season and tournament
championship. Union also participated in two NAIA Region XI Tournaments, as
well as, two appearances in the NCCAA (National Christian College Athletic
Association) National Tournament. In addition to volleyball, Gream also
served as student assistant for softball and basketball during his time at Union.