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Abby Hall
Position: Volunteer Assistant
Alma Mater: Embry-Riddle
Graduating Year: 2012
Experience: 2 Years
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Abby Hall Biography
Courtesy: WSU Athletic Media Relations
Release: 08/21/2015

Abby Hall joined the Wright State volleyball staff as a volunteer assistant in 2015. 

Hall comes to WSU after a stellar collegiate and post-graduation career.  During her four years at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Daytona Beach, Florida, she led the Eagles to their first two National Championship appearances, including an Elite Eight appearance in her senior season. Hall was the first player in program history to be named to an All-American Team, collecting First Team honors in 2011, Second Team honors in 2010 and honorable mention accolades in 2009.  Other national recognitions for Hall include being selected to the 2010 NAIA National All-Tournament Team and being named to the NAIA All-Southeast Region Team in 2009, 2010, and 2011 by the American Volleyball Coaches Association.

A First Team All-Sun Conference selection all four years, Hall was the conference Player of the Year for three consecutive seasons. She currently holds school records for career kills (1,713), attack attempts (4,316), and points (1,993).

As a senior, Hall was part of the 2011 Embry-Riddle squad that is considered the most successful in school history.  The Eagles ran through the conference schedule and tournament without dropping a set (42-0), the first time that feat had been accomplished in Sun Conference history.  Embry-Riddle also ranked sixth in the final polls, its highest-ever finish.

Earning her Bachelor of Science degree in Aerospace Engineering from Embry-Riddle in 2012, Hall was commissioned as a Second Lieutenant into the United States Air Force. After graduation, she was stationed in Mississippi where she started coaching. Under the guidance of former Mississippi State volleyball coach Tina Seals, Hall volunteered with the Mississippi Juniors Volleyball Club, coaching 17’s for one season.

In 2014, Hall moved to Dayton, where she is currently stationed. For the 2014 season she was head coach of the Carroll High School Junior Varsity team.

A native of Louisville, Kentucky, Hall was a four-year letter winner at Mercy Academy and played club at KIVA for 9 years. Hall was a 3-time AAU All-American at KIVA, where she won the 2008 AAU National Championships and was named MVP.

In the spring of 2015, Hall was named to the All-Air Force team where her team placed second amongst the US Armed Forces and 10th overall in the USA Volleyball Adult Championships. She was subsequently named to the US Armed Forces Team, a team that played and beat Canada.

Currently, Hall works as an Acquisitions Officer for the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center located at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base.