Billy Hall was a two-year starter at 2nd base for Butler County Community College from 1987-1989. He was a key player in helping the Grizzlies win back-to-back Region VI Championships. Billy was an All-Conference and All-Region selection in 1989 after hitting .388 with nine doubles, two triples, five home runs, 26 RBI's and 33 stolen bases. He hit .692 (9 for 13) vs. Allen County in the Region VI playoffs with a home run and nine runs batted in.
After leaving BCCC, Billy played at Wichita State University where he stole 59 bases, was named to the Missouri Valley Conference All-Tournament team and Missouri Valley All-Conference team. He earned first team Collegiate Baseball honors and was named first team 2nd baseman on the All-District 5 team. Billy was named the NCAA Midwest Regional Most Valuable Player.
Billy was drafted by the San Diego Padres in 1991 and spent the last ten years playing pro-ball. He has advanced as high as AAA level and set a professional record of 66 stolen bases in a row.