Just days after her name popped up in relation to Texas' sole Naismith HS Player of the Year and with all the Kamie speculation, Vicki Hall has gotten a HC job in her home state at Indiana State: University of Toledo women’s basketball associate head coach Vicki Hall is expected to be named the next head women’s coach at Indiana State. The Terra Haute Tribune Star newspaper is reporting that Hall will be formally introduced as the school’s next coach in a press conference on Wednesday at 3 p.m. She will replace Joey Wells, who resigned as head coach in January. Hall has served as the Rockets staff for the past six years, working with post- and guard-player development as well as scheduling, international recruiting, academic support and opponent scouting. Prior to her arrival at Toledo, Hall spent one year as an assistant coach at New Mexico as well as two seasons at Mid-American Conference rival Miami. She also was the head coach for Bank Leumi, a team in the Women’s ‘B’ League of Israel, for the 2002-03 season. Hall is a native of Indianapolis who was named Indiana’s Miss Basketball in 1988 as well as Gatorade and Naismith national player of the year. She played her collegiate ball at the University of Texas from 1988-93 and was named to the Southwest Conference all-decade team for the 1990s thanks to a career that saw her score 1,831 points in leading the Longhorns to four NCAA Tournament appearances. Hall also played professional basketball for 16 seasons, including stints with the Colorado Xplosion (1998-99) and Nashville Noise (1999-2000) of the ABL and the Cleveland Rockers (2000-01) and Los Angeles Sparks (2002) of the WNBA. She also spent time overseas with teams in Switzerland, Greece, Italy, France and Israel.