He was named Head Coach of the Pomona-Pitzer Women's Water Team in 1998 and Head Coach of the Men's Team in 2002. Last season, the women's team won the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) title and finished second in the nation at the NCAA Division III championships. In 2003, Pomona-Pitzer won the women's NCAA Division III championship and Coach Gall was named Division III Coach of the Year. Gall's six year conference record with the Pomona-Pitzer women's team was 46-25.
Since 1999 Gall has also worked as an assistant coach with the CHAWP club team. He also spent three years as the assistant coach with the ORCA club team. Both teams have competed in National Championship events including the Junior Olympics and National Age Group Championships. In 2003 Gall help lead CHAWP/ORCA to silver and bronze medals at the National Junior Olympics.
Gall has also served as the head coach for the Inland Empire Women's Youth Zone Team for the past year as part of the Women's National Team staff. His duties included developing the players into future Olympians as the team attends the National Selection Camp each year.
From 2001-2002 Gall was the head men's water polo coach at Orange Coast Junior College in Costa Mesa, CA.
Coach Gall graduated from the University of Southern California in 1997 and earned his Master's Degree from Azusa Pacific University in 2001. His collegiate water polo experience includes being named a 1st team All-American at Long Beach City College in 1993 as well as playing on the University of Southern California team which finished 2nd in the nation on 1996.