Paige Hall

Paige OSUWe are so glad to have Paige Hall as our lead pitching instructor for Diamond Pro NW. She not only comes with an impressive playing career resume (see below) but most importantly, she connects well with her students which is a primary goal here at Diamond Pro NW.

Paige is a very unique player and coach. She not only dominated the Pac-12 pitching, she racked up some impressive hitting statistics as well.

Here is what a few of our clients are saying about Paige’s instruction style and communication skills…

 Paige makes your style of hitting better instead of changing it. And she knows what she is talking about!

-Leah N

 I really enjoy working with Paige on my pitching. She can relate being a recent player.

 -Alexa

 Here are a few of Paige’s softball accomplishments

Hurled the third perfect game in Oregon State history on Feb. 11, 2011 against Western Michigan, striking out six in six innings of work

 College career at Oregon State

Earned a Bachelor of Science degree in the school of Public Health with an option in Health Promotion and Behavior.

  •  Made 174 starts and 198 total appearances …
  • Hit .290 (118-for-407) with
  • 17 home runs and 67 RBI …
  • Scored 45 runs and drew 85 walks …
  • Went 51-44 in the circle with a
  • 3.21 ERA in 588.0 innings …
  • Struck out 386 in 588.0 innings …
  • Totaled eight career saves …
  • Tied for eighth all-time at OSU in complete-game shutouts with 11 …
  • Eighth all-time in innings pitched (588.0) …
  • Only the sixth Oregon State player to win more than 50 games in her career (51) …
  • Tied for fourth in Beaver history with eight saves …
  • Fifth in school history in strikeouts (386) …
  • Named All-Pac-12 Honorable Mention in 2012 …
  • Named to the All-Pac-10 Honorable Mention in 2010 …
  • Earned Pac-10 All-Freshmen Team Honorable Mention accolades in 2009.

 High School Career at Jesuit

  •  4-time All-State Softball Player at Jesuit High school
  • 2006 State Champions
  • Gatorade Player of the Year 2007

 Youth Softball Career

  •  Earned 2nd Place in the 2000 Little League Softball World Series