Patricia  Hall

Patricia Hall


St. Ann, Jamaica

High School:
Vere Tech

Last College:
Barton County C.C.


Sprints/Middle Distance



  • Three-time All-American
  • Two-time All-SEC
  • UT Record-Holder (Outdoor 4x400mR)

    400m - 53.68 (2005)
    400m - 52.24 (2005)
    400mH - 57.65 (2002)
    800m - 2:11.54 (2005)


    2005: Patricia was a fine addition to the Lady Vol sprint and middle distance corps in her first year in Knoxville...Earned All-America acclaim with three relays and established herself as a force to be reckoned with in the 400 meters and, potentially, in the 800 meters...Indoors, she lowered her time in the 400 meters from 55.34 at the beginning of the season to 53.68 at the end...That last number came at the SEC Championships, where she was eighth in the quarter and moved herself to number six on UT's all-time indoor performer's list...Also ran 53.86 in the prelims at the conference meet...Played a role on UT's 4x400m and distance medley relays indoors...Helped the 4x4 take second at the NCAA Championships in 3:31.76 en route to a national team championship and fifth in 3:36.27 with a "B" lineup when the team triumph had been assured at the SEC meet...Handled 400m leg on UT's fastest DMR output of the indoor season, an 11:15.21 showing that earned UT seventh at the NCAA meet and was the third-best time ever produced by a Lady Vol assembly...Outdoors, "P-Hustle", as she is known, dipped into the 52s with her 400m times and broadened her scope to include middle distance and hurdles races...Her career-best 52.24 in the 400m earned her second at the SEC Outdoor Championships and placed her sixth on UT's outdoor list...Ran 52.79 in the final of the NCAA Mideast Regional to win the championship and earn a trip the NCAA Outdoor meet...She was unable to hit the 52 range in Sacramento, though, charting a 53.32 count in the semifinal round before ending her season...Kicked in points at the SEC Outdoor meet with a sixth-place readout of 61.88 in the 400-meter hurdles as she made her first appearance in that race all year long...Logged a 2:11.54 800m readout at the Gatorade Classic that would prepare her for relay duty...Ran the third leg on Tennessee's 4x400m relay as it earned second at the SEC Championships in 3:34.02 and third at NCAAs in 3:27.46, the latter of which was a school best...Also aided a victorious 4x4 cause at the NCAA Mideast Regional in 3:31.27...Contributed to sixth-place 4x800m unit and a seventh-place DMR quartet at the Penn Relays.


    2003-04: Earned an associate's degree from Barton County Community College in Great Bend, Kan., and was part of four National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) team championships in just two seasons...The Cougars swept NJCAA indoor and outdoor trophies in 2003 and 2004, just as they have for the past seven campaigns...Patricia played a key role in continuing that success, winning back-to-back national indoor 400-meter crowns and capturing an outdoor victory in 2003...The outdoor title came via a then-personal-record time of 53.00...Her indoor NJCAA quarter marks were 54.78 as a freshman and 54.31 as a sophomore...Also performed well at NJCAAs in the 200 meters, taking second indoors (24.74) and fourth outdoors (23.59/wind-aided) in 2003 and winding up third indoors (24.32) in 2004...Also anchored Barton's 4x400m relay unit to victory at NJCAA Indoors in 3:39.68 in 2004...Besides her 53.00 outdoor 400m PR, Patricia's other career bests included 23.05 outdoors and 24.32 indoors in the 200 meters and 57.65 in the 400-meter hurdles.


    Graduated with a perfect record from Vere Technical High School...Ran the leadoff leg for Jamaica's victorious 4x400m relay at the IAAF World Junior meet at Annecy, France, in 1998...Represented her country competitively at the Penn Relays in Philadelphia as well as at competitions held in the Cayman Islands, Grenada, Poland, Trinidad & Tobago and Tampa, Fla.


    Patricia is majoring in psychology...Enjoys reading, singing and studying in her spare time...Chose Tennessee because she was impressed with the women's athletics department's high graduation rate, and she believes the Lady Vol coaches can help her reach her highest potential...Comes from the same high school that produced the late Ilrey Oliver, a 15-time All-American at UT...Has six siblings: Claudia, 33; Christopher, 31; Omar, 29; Rohan, 27; and Anthony Wynter, 25; and Racquel, 15; and Rennae Hull, 9...Patricia Hall was born in St. Ann, Jamaica...Her mother is Gloria Hull.



    2005 SEC Outdoors (Nashville, Tenn.)
    400m 2nd, 52.24
    4x400m 2nd, 3:34.02
    400mH 6th, 61.88
    2005 SEC Indoors (Fayetteville, Ark.)
    4x400m 5th, 3:36.27
    400m 8th, 53.68


    2005 NCAA Outdoors (Sacramento, Calif.)
    4x400mR 3rd, 3:27.46
    2005 NCAA Indoors (Fayetteville, Ark.)
    4x400mR 2nd, 3:31.76
    DMR 7th, 11:15.21 h



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