The state’s only girl to qualify for a national championship meet, the 5-foot-2 senior took third at the Nike Cross Nationals Southeast Regional championships this past season, crossing the line in a personal-best time of 17:48.40—one of three times she clocked a sub-17:53 over 5K last fall. Hall was also the top Georgia girls runner at the prestigious Great American Cross Country Festival, finishing 8th in 17:52.70. She also took second at the GHSA Class 7A state championship with the second-fastest all-class time of the day, leading her team to a state class title and capped her campaign with a top-100 finish at the national NXN Final (89th in 18:36.40).
Hall has maintained a weighted 4.46 GPA in the classroom. She has signed a National Letter of Intent to compete in cross country and track and field on scholarship at the University of Georgia this fall.
A member of her school’s Fellowship of Christian Athletes Leadership Team and co-leader of its Fuel Bible Study group, Hall was selected for a scholarship-supported summer leadership camp through her church community, in addition to serving on the nominating committee of her church. Also a member of Beta Club and the Marietta High Athletic Council, she has volunteered on behalf of Children’s Ministries and has completed two service-mission trips to Honduras.