Donald Hill-Eley

Last updated
Donald Hill–Eley
Current position
Title Head coach
Team Alabama State
Conference SWAC
Record14–14
Playing career
1987–1990 Virginia Union
Coaching career (HC unless noted)
1991 Virginia Union (assistant)
1992–1993 Hampton (GA)
1994–1995 Baltimore Stallions (WR)
1996 Toronto Argonauts (guest)
1997–2000Hampton (OC)
2001 Morgan State (OC)
2002–2013Morgan State
2014 Norfolk State (WR)
2015–2017 Alabama State (TE/ST)
2017Alabama State (interim HC)
2018–presentAlabama State
Head coaching record
Overall73–90
Accomplishments and honors
Awards
MEAC Coach of the Year (2002)

Donald Hill–Eley is an American football coach and former player. He is the head football coach at Alabama State University. [1] A graduate of Virginia Union University, Hill-Eley's coaching career has spanned three decades, includes stints in the Canadian Football League (CFL) and as head football coach at Morgan State University from 2002 to 2013. [2]

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Head coaching record

YearTeamOverallConferenceStandingBowl/playoffs
Morgan State Bears (Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference)(2002–2013)
2002 Morgan State7–55–3T–2nd
2003 Morgan State6–54–35th
2004 Morgan State6–54–4T–4th
2005 Morgan State5–63–4T–5th
2006 Morgan State6–54–4T–5th
2007 Morgan State5–64–56th
2008 Morgan State 6–64–46th
2009 Morgan State6–54–4T–4th
2010 Morgan State5–75–3T–3rd
2011 Morgan State 5–64–4T–6th
2012 Morgan State 3–82–6T–9th
2013 Morgan State 5–75–3T–3rd
Morgan State:59–7648–47
Alabama State Hornets (Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference)(2017–present)
2017 Alabama State 5–1 [n 1] 4–1 [n 1] 2nd (East)
2018 Alabama State 4–73–44th (East)
2019 Alabama State 5–64–33rd (East)
Alabama State:14–1411–8
Total:73–90

Notes

  1. 1 2 Brian Jenkins was fired after the first five games of the 2017 season, during which Alabama State lost all five games including two conference games. Hill-Eley replaced Jenkins as interim head coach for the final six games of the season. The Hornets finished the season 5–6 overall and 4–3 in Southwestern Athletic Conference play.

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2016 Alabama State Hornets football team American college football season

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2017 Alabama State Hornets football team American college football season

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2018 Alabama State Hornets football team American college football season

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2019 Alabama State Hornets football team American college football season

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2020 Alabama State Hornets football team American college football season

The 2020 Alabama State Hornets football team represents Alabama State University in the 2020–21 NCAA Division I FCS football season. The Hornets are led by third-year head coach Donald Hill-Eley and play their home games at the New ASU Stadium in Montgomery, Alabama as members of the East Division of the Southwestern Athletic Conference.

2021 Alabama State Hornets football team American college football season

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References

  1. "Two years: A look at ASU coach Hill-Eley's contract". Montgomery Advisor. April 11, 2018. Retrieved December 30, 2018.
  2. "Donald Hill-Eley". Alabama State Hornets . Retrieved December 30, 2018.