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Thayer Hall

Sport Management


Hall earned her bachelor’s degree in sport management this August. She carried a 3.52 GPA.

She has been a member of the SEC Academic three separate times in her career.

Hall is currently earning an undergraduate certificate while she competes this fall.


Hall’s career at Florida has come with numerous accolades but has also been interjected with injuries.

Even as she has missed stretches of matches, Hall has not once lost her spirit and love for the game. If she was sidelined, her head wasn’t down - instead she was the loudest one on the bench while cheering for her teammates.

Hall brings a strong presence and leadership when on the court. Her teammates know that when things get tough, Hall will dig even deeper to push for success of the team. She is looked up to from her teammates because of how hard she works each and every fay.


Since joining Florida, Hall has participated in numerous community events. For her efforts, she was named to the 2020 SEC Community Service Team.

Hall participated in visits to UF Shands, where members of different teams at Florida visited children that are patients at the hospital. She also worked at the Hidden Oak Fun Run, which took place at a local elementary school. Hall helped pass out water, count laps for students, and motivated them to finish strong.

Likewise, she volunteered in the Climb for Cancer event that was put on by Florida. It has taken place for the last 15 years, allowing the children participating to leave behind the medicine and cancer treatments for a morning of fun.

Hall was involved in helping run the Night to Shine Gainesville. It was a one-night program for people with special needs. She welcomed each of the 300 attendees as they walked down the red carpet on their special night. Hall accompanied multiple attended down the red carpet, helping to make them feel like celebrities. In addition, she took pictures and joined the dance party at the prom.

Hall has also met with SEC Commissioner Greg Sankey, where she gave feedback about upcoming legislation and the SEC Student-Athlete experience.


Hall, a three-time AVCA All-American, has been a constant force for Florida since her freshman campaign.

In her first season as a Gator, Hall was named an AVCA and VolleyballMag All-America honorable mention, even after being sidelined for seven matches due to an injury. She posted 20 kills in her debut, becoming the first Florida freshman in the Mary-Wise era to accomplish that feat. Hall also became the fastest freshman in program history to reach the 50-kill milestone, doing so in just three matches.

As a sophomore, Hall was tabbed an AVCA third team All-American and a member of the All-SEC Team. She recorded double-digit kills in 27 of the 30 matches and registered 12 double-doubles to help lead Florida to a 27-5 record.

Last season, Hall started all 25 matches for the Gators. She racked up four double-doubles and 16 double-digit kill matches en route to All-SEC and AVCA All-America honorable mention accolades.

Hall has already pasted her name in the Florida records books – cracking the top-20 in both career kills and career attacks.