Haley Hall #33 Guard
5-4, Jr. Syracuse, UT - Clearfield HS Major: Exercise and Wellness
JUNIOR - (2009–2010):
  • Finished in first place in four categories, 3-point field goal attempts with 162, 3-point field goals made with 58, in assists with 133 and in steals with 76
  • Was ranked second in field goals attempted with 288
  • Placed third in field goals made with 109 ... ended in fourth place in the free throw percentage category (.714, 20-28)
  • In two categories finished fifth, rebounds with 116 and defensive rebounds with a total of 86
  • Named Honorable Mention All-MWC
  • Named team co-captain for the second year in a row
  • Finished ranked 34th in the NCAA in assist/turnover ratio (34, 1.82)
  • Tallied 12 points in the game at Cal in the quarterfinals of the 2010 WNIT recording her 15th year and 18th career double figure performance
  • Picked up her 14th season and 17th career double digit game with 13 points in the road win at ASU on 3/23/10 in the second round of the WNIT, it was also her second straight double figure outing, also recorded seven steals for new season and career highs in that category
  • Tallied 11 points in the home win over Pepperdine on 3/18/10 marking the 13th double digit contest of the year and the 16th in her career
  • Had a team high 17 points in the home victory vs. TCU on 3/6/10 for her second straight, 12th season and 15th career double figure outing
  • Had 11 points in the home win over Utah on 3/3/10 marking her 12th season and 18th career double figure game
  • Put up 12 points in the home win over Wyoming on 2/20/10 for her 10th season and 13th career double digit game
  • Dished out nine assists for season and career highs in that category in the home win over CSU on 2/17/10
  • Led all scorers with 22 points in the home win over UNLV on 2/6/10 recording her ninth season and 12th double digit performance of the year
  • Picked up season and career highs in points and in rebounds with 24 and nine respectively in the road win at Utah on 1/30/10, the points were game and team highs and they marked her eighth season and 11th career double figure outing, in the same game she made six three pointers which were season, career, team and game highs, she also shot (.693, 9-13) from the field and (.666, 6-9) from three point range
  • Was one of five players to put up double figure points in the home victory over SDSU on 1/23/10 with 11 points recording her seventh season and 11th career double digit outing
  • In the road game at Wyoming on 1/19/10 picked up her sixth season and 10th career double digit outing with 11 points
  • Playing in her third MWC game of the 2010 campaign, picked up five points, five rebounds and five assists in the road win at CSU on 1/16/10
  • Grabbed six rebounds in the home win vs. Nevada on 1/2/10, also scored 11 points for her fifth season and ninth career double figure contest
  • Scored 10 points vs. Portland on 12/31/09 recording her fourth this season and eighth in her career
  • Picked up 10 points vs. Kansas St., on 11/27/09 for her seventh in her career
  • Recorded season and career highs in steals with five in the road game at SUU on 11/24/09
  • For the second straight time scored in double digits with 12 at Montana State on 11/20/09 for her fifth career outing and second this year, all of the points came from three-point range
  • Led the team in points with 14 at Washington on 11/18/09, also grabbed five rebounds in that same contest, he points were one shy of her career of 15 which she scored at Stanford on 11/13/06
  • Started in the first contest of the year vs. UVU on 11/13/09 dishing out a team and game high eight assists which ended as the second most on the year
  • Final MWC stats/ranking: ranked fifth in assists in all games and in MWC games only
  • Placed second in all games and third in MWC games in steals
  • In the 3-point field goal percentage category ranked seventh in all games and sixth in league contests only
  • In 3-point field goals made placed seventh and tied for fifth in MWC games only
  • Finished ranked third in both all games and in league games in the assist/turnover ratio category
SOPHOMORE - (2008–2009):
  • Named MWC Academic All Conference
  • Played in the first game of the season at Portland State on Nov. 14 and injured her knee with just under two minutes to play in the contest
  • Scored 11 points in that game, was perfect from the free-throw line going 6-6, dished out four assists and had four steal
  • Was unable to play the rest of the season due to the ACL injur.
REDSHIRT – (2007–2008):
  • Injured ACL at the beginning of the season
FRESHMAN - (2006–2007):
  • Suffered season ending injury with a torn ACL to her left knee in the game @ New Mexico State on 12/06/06
  • Had played in all games to date
  • Picked up a season and career 15 points @ No. 4 Stanford on 11/10/06 to lead all scores in that game ... had four three-pointers in the same game
  • Scored in double figures in two games to date (15) @ Stanford, (10) @ Harvard.
  • Four-year letterwinner in basketball
  • Four-year starter
  • Three years team captain
  • Schools all-time leader in scoring, steals, and three-point shooting
  • Four time First Team All-Region
  • Four time All-Area selection
  • All-Area MVP in 2006
  • Four-time All-State
  • First Team All-State as a freshman
  • Deseret News 5A MVP in 2006
  • Three-time 5A scoring leader
  • Four-year letterwinner in soccer
  • All-Region and All- State in soccer
  • Member of the National Honor Roll
  • Played one year on the Salt Lake Metro club team that tallied a 16-4 record
  • Named to the Pacific Coast All-Tournament Team
  • Born in Logan, Utah ... raised in Syracuse, Utah
  • Parents are Dorne and Kristen
  • Has two brothers and one sister
2007 7/0 15-39.385 5-8 .625 9-20.450 44 12 17 1 6 19
2010 33/33 109-288.378 58-162.358 20-28.714 296 116 133 73 5 76
TLS 41/34 126-336.375 68-185.368 31-42.738 351 131 154 97 6 86
  • Points: 15 @ Stanford, 11/10/06
  • Rebounds: 3 @ Portland St., 11/14/08, once more
  • 3-PT FG’s Made: 4 @ Stanford, 11/10/06
  • Assists: 4 @ Portland St., 11/14/08, once more
  • Steals: 4 @ Portland St., 11/14/08, once more
2010–11 Information
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