Strength & Conditioning Coach Alcorn State Thomas Hall Killed early this morning October 16, 2011 involved in a fatal car accident. The former strength and conditioning head coach at Southern University was killed shortly after midnight Sunday when he drove into a train that was crossing U.S. 61 just north of Thomas Road. The State Police said Thomas Hall, 40, of Baton Rouge, was driving on U.S. 61 when he crashed into a Kansas City Southern engine. Hall was pronounced dead at the scene, State Police said. The train crossing had working bells and lights to signal the train, the police said.
Trina Dunn said;
He was an AWESOME coach and one of the best human beings walking this earth. He is responsible for my weight loss and healthy lifestyle.
Thomas Hall entered his first season the Alcorn State University Braves Strength and Conditioning Coach. Hall is responsible for the physical development of Alcorn student-athletes, training all Athletic Programs.
Thomas “Zeus” Hall served as Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach under the Great noted Head Coach Billy C. Long, whose physical fitness Philosophy helped aid the St. Louis Rams become the 2000 Super Bowl Champions. Hall served under Coach Danny Morris as “The Enforcer” for the Strength and Conditioning program that helped bring Southern University back to the top of SWAC in 2003 with a Championship, and a return trip to Birmingham in 2004.
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