Ali  Hall

9Ali Hall


Hawthorn Woods, Ill.

High School:
Adlai Stevenson




  • 2012 NCAA Division I All-South Region
  • 2012 All-SEC 2nd Team
  • Points: 3, vs. Chattanooga 9/19/10
  • Assists: 1, 4x, vs LSU 9/26/10
  • SOG: 1, 12x, vs. Arkansas 9/28/12
  • Goals: 1, vs. Chattanooga 9/19/10
  • Shots: 4, vs. Arkansas 9/28/12
  • Minutes: 110, 3x, vs. Auburn (SEC Tournament) 10/31/12
AS A SENIOR (2012)
  • Anchored a defensive stand on Senior Night in UT's 3-2 win over Georgia (10/25)
  • Aided the backline in UT's 1-0 shutout of Texas A&M (10/19)
  • Tied career highs with 110 minutes and one SOG aginst Vanderbilt (9/16)
  • Fired two shots and set new career high with 110 minutes played at Cal State Northridge (9/7)
  • Led UT defense to fourth shutout of season at Kennesaw State (8/31)
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  • Named to the First Tennessee Lady Vol Classic All-Tournament Team
  • Played 90 minutes in UT's shutout win over VCU (8/26)
  • Played 107 minutes in the overtime win over William and Mary (8/24)
  • Started at WKU (8/19) and played 82 total minutes
  • Started in season opener against Samford (8/17)
AS A JUNIOR (2011)
  • Played in 18 contests with 17 consecutive starts for the Lady Vols
  • Started and was on the pitch for all 1,564 combined minutes from Sept. 4 through Nov. 12
  • Helped the UT defense tie the program record for fewest goals allowed (15) over the first 19 matches (2004 - 15 goals)
  • Post the fourth-fewest opposition scores in a single season in Lady Vol history (21 goals)
  • Played all 90 minutes in her first career NCAA Tournament during the 3-0 loss to Ohio State (11/12)
  • Contributed to Tennessee's school record five straight shutouts and 471:10 opponent scoreless
  • Returned to the pitch the weekend of Sept. 2 & 4, playing 56 minutes against MTSU(9/2)
  • Drew the start and playing all 90 minutes in the 2-0 win at UNC Greensboro (9/4)
  • Started 10 of 11 matches, played 873 minutes and totaled 11 shots for Tennessee from the defensive backline in 2010
  • Tallied a goal, two assists and four total points
  • Did not see action the rest of the season following 90 minutes of playing time in the match versus Kentucky (10/3)
  • Header off the crossbar vs. LSU was finished on the rebound by Amy Harrison in the 1-1, 2OT tie vs. LSU (9/26)
  • Tallied three points by recording the first goal of her career, and assisting Kylie Bono's score against Chattanooga (9/19)
  • Hit the right post with a header early in the second half of the 3-0 rout of WKU (8/20)
  • Played in 19 matches, starting 10, during her initial campaign as a member of the Big Orange
  • Registered a pair of assists while recording 17 total shots and three on frame
  • Played 101 mins in the backline during Tennessee's 1-0 (2OT) loss to #10 Florida (11/4) at the SEC Tournament
  • Played 29 minutes at Alabama (10/25)
  • Credited with a shot against #5 South Carolina (10/18) in 30 minutes of sub work and garnered 38 minutes versus #11 Florida (10/16)
  • Subbed in against both Mississippi State (10/9) and Ole Miss (10/11)
  • Recorded her second assist of 2009 on Chelsea Hatcher's goal against Western Carolina (9/13)
  • Was a big contributor on defense during UT's shutout skein of 323:36 from Pepperdine (8/30) through almost 60 minutes against Memphis (9/11)
  • Drew a red card for a collision in midfield at 58:52 against #19 Minnesota (9/4)
  • Tallied the first point of her career at UT by assisting on Jayden Barrett's goal against Arizona State (8/28)
  • arned a start in her very first match at Rocky Top during Tennessee's 2-0 shutout of ETSU (8/22)
  • Hailing from Hawthorn Woods, Ill.
  • A 5-7 defender and a four-year letterwinner at Adlai Stevenson High School in Lincolnshire, Ill.
  • In 2008, Hall led the Patriots to a section title while earning all-conference, all-area, all-state and all-section honors
  • Played her club soccer with Eclipse Select
  • 2007 NSCAA/adidas All-American helped guide Eclipse to a national championship (2005)
  • Participated in U.S. Youth National Team training camp five times and was an ODP national pool player in 2005 & 2006
  • Also selected to the Region II ODP pool in 2004 and 2005
  • Helped Eclipse to two appearances in the national finals, two U.S. Youth Soccer Region II titles
  • The 2008 Illinois state title, the 2008 Disney Showcase U18-19 championship
  • Aided the Eclipse to a second place finish at the U17 Nationals and both 2008 U17 regional and state titles
  • Enrolled in the College of Arts & Sciences
  • Considering opening a business after her collegiate career
  • Aspires to make the U.S. women's national team
  • Chose to attend Tennessee over Santa Clara
  • Models herself after former U.S. National Team player Michelle Akers on the pitch
  • Has played the piano for over five years
  • Had both an uncle and a grandfather that played football for Drake University
  • Has one sister: Lauren
  • Alexandria Elizabeth Hall was born March 27, 1991, in Parkridge, Ill.
  • Parents are Hilton and Karin Hall


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