Clayton Hall
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Clayton  Hall

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Columbus, Ohio

High School:
Upper Arlington

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 190

Position:
D

Major:
Finance


Extremely athletic and versatile ... Very fast and strong ... Very solid one-on-one defender ... Will compete for starting role at close defense ... Can also contribute as a long-stick midfielder... Coming off a great fall.

2007: Appeared in all 15 games, starting six times (at Maryland, at St. John's, Syracuse, at Delaware, Duke and Fairfield) ... Collected nine ground balls ... Scored one goal and had an assist ... Tallied first career goal against Mount St. Mary's ... Had an assist against Penn State ... Had three ground balls at Delaware.

2006: Appeared in 12 games, starting four times (UMass, at Rutgers, at Penn State and against Navy in the NCAA Tournament) ... Collected five ground balls ... Had three ground balls against Virginia.

2005: Saw action in four games (Duke, Vermont, Mt. St. Mary's and Rutgers).

High School: An All-American lacrosse player for Upper Arlington ... Earned State Defensive Player of the Year honors and was First Team All-State ... Also was an All-League, All-City and All-District tailback for the football team ... Lacrosse team was Midwest Champion and state champion with a 20-0 record ... An Honor Roll student.

Personal: Son of Bobbie and Robert Hall.

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