#3 Karyn Hall
2001: Started every match in the Gator backline in 2001...first on the team in minutes played at 2,375 for an average of 91.3 minutes per match...missed just 37 minutes of action in 2001...posted five assists...set Gator record for consecutive matches started and played (both at 100), as she started every match the Gators played during her collegiate career...set school record of matches started with her start in the Southeastern Conference Tournament title match...first on the UF career list for minutes played (7,774) and owns record for games played (100)... fifth on the UF career assists list (25)...Drafted by the Philadelphia Charge in the fourth round (29th pick overall) in the WUSA Draft in February of 2002...Soccer Buzz All-Southeast Region Third Team selection...Verizon Academic All-America first team choice...Member of the SEC Academic Honor Roll for the third consecutive season.
2000: Started every match, averaging 72.3 minutes per game...Turned in four goals and two assists in 2000...Turned in game-winning goal at Miami and vs. Tennessee...Finished the 2000 season tied for the lead on the Gators' career record chart for Consecutive Starts with 74...Soccer Buzz All-Southeast Region Third Team selection...Verizon District III Academic All-America first team choice...Member of the SEC Academic Honor Roll.
1999: Started every match in 1999 for an average of 78.2 minutes per match...Started the season playing in midfield, but moved to the backline after Erin Gilhart's injury...One goal and five assists for a total of seven points...Member of the U.S.'s 1999 Pan America team in Winnipeg, Canada in August, which won the gold medal...Named to the All-SEC Academic Honor Roll.
1998: Started all 27 matches for the Gators for 1,865 minutes...Scored three goals and recorded a team-high 13 assists for 19 points...Had three assists in 9-1 victory over Mississippi...Scored her first collegiate goal in 7-0 win over Mississippi State...Had the game-winning goal against Duke and Kentucky...Assisted on teammate Danielle Fotopoulos' NCAA record-breaking 104th career goal...Turned in 17 points in the last 17 matches.
High School: Named 1998 Orlando Sentinel Co-Player of the Year with current Gator teammate Jordan Kellgren...First team all-conference from 1994-97...Member of 1994-95 and 1997-98 All-State 6A Florida High School team...Three sport athlete who also ran track and cross country...Top scorer of the Seminole Athletic Conference during the 1994-95 season and the second-leading scorer during the 1995-96 season...First team All-Stars for 1995, '96 and '97 Burger King Soccer High School Tournament.
Club: Played for Tampa Bay Heather club team and coached by George Fotopoulos...Tampa Bay Heather won 1998 State Championship and was runner-up at 1998 Southern Regional...Member of the Florida State Cup Championship squad in 1994 and '96...Member of the State Olympic Development Team (ODP) from 1993-97...Member of the U.S. Southern Region III U-15 team in 1994 and 1995...Named to 1998 U.S. Southern Region III U-19 pool...Traveled to Denmark as part of the Soccer Exchange Student to Denmark program in 1995 and trained with the Danish National U-16 Development Team.
Personal: Born May 29, 1980 in San Antonio, Texas...Daughter of Daryl and Janet Hall...Parents both attended Florida State...1998 graduate of Oviedo High School...Named to the 1998 FHSAA All-State Academic Team...Student of the Year as a junior and senior...Also all-conference in track in 1995 and all-conference cross country team (1994-96)...Voted Most Valuable Runner for cross country 1994-96 and Most Valuable Runner for track in 1996...Member of National Honor Society...Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA)... Member of UF's Golden Key Honor Society and Industrial Engineers Honor Society (Alpha Pi Mu)... Dean's List student in spring 1999 and fall 1999.
Major: Industrial & Systems Engineering.
|Hall's Collegiate Statistics|
|1998||27 / 27||1865||42||3 (2)||13||19|
|1999||23 / 23||1799||13||1 (0)||5||7|
|2000||24 / 24||1735||48||4 (2)||2||10|
|Totals||100 / 100||7774||107||8 (4)||25||41|