A graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a bachelor’s degree in communication studies and a master’s degree in accounting, Samuel Brice Hall serves as the director of investor relations at Piedmont Private Equity, LLC. In his leisure time, Samuel Brice Hall enjoys following the University of North Carolina Tar Heels basketball team.
Honored as the collegiate National Player of the Year in 1998, former Tar Heel Antawn Jamison was recently announced as a member of the 2017 Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) Basketball Legends class. Presented by New York Life, the 2017 ACC Legends class includes 15 former collegiate basketball players and one national championship coach.
Jamison was also named the National Collegiate Athletic Association Regional Most Valuable Player, ACC Tournament MVP, and 1998 ACC Player of the Year, becoming only the second UNC player and the third in the history of the ACC to accomplish these feats. Voted as the ACC Male Athlete of the Year in the same season, Jamison was the second player in the school’s history to average double digits in points (22.2) and rebounds (10.5).
A 16-year veteran of the league, Jamison was voted to play for two National Basketball Association All-Star teams (in 2005 and 2008), and he scored 20,042 points during his career.