|High School:||South River|
As a senior (2011): Made his first collegiate start and had two groundballs in 16-4 win over Detroit Mercy (2/19) ... helped hold the Titans scoreless for 32:23 during the game ... caused two turnovers in 15-6 win over UMBC (3/18) ... career-high four groundballs in 11-4 win over St. Joseph's (3/20) ... also caused one Hawk turnover ... saw late time in 13-6 win at No. 8 seed North Carolina (5/15) in the first round of the NCAA tournament.As a junior (2010): One groundball in 12-7 win at Bellarmine (2/20) ... one groundball in 13-7 win at UMBC (3/20) ... saw late time in 10-6 loss to Virginia (4/25) in ACC finals ... one groundball and one caused turnover in 17-4 win over Fairfield (5/1) ... played most of the fourth quarter in 18-10 win vs. Colgate (5/8) ...
As a sophomore (2009): Two groundballs in 18-3 win over Presbyterian (2/13) ... one groundball in 15-4 win over Air Force (2/14) in Wounded Warrior Project's "Face Off for a Cause".
As a freshman (2008): Made his collegiate debut in 17-7 win at Mount St. Mary's (2/26) ... first collegiate groundball and caused turnover in 16-4 win over Air Force (3/16) ... helped hold the Falcons scoreless for 44:03 spanning from the end of the first quarter to the final minutes of the fourth.
Before Maryland: Tryout invitee for the 2008 U.S. Under-19 national team ... three-time letterwinner for coach Greg Speed at South River High School ... two-time honorable mention All-Met by the Washington Post ... two-time second team All-Anne Arundel County honoree by the Baltimore Sun ... selected to the 2006 Free State team and played in the 2006 Top 44 All-Star game ... also a two-time letterwinner in football as a linebacker and fullback ... led all Anne Arundel County defensive players with 115 tackles as a senior ... two-time team captain ... two-time all-county selection.
Personal: Son of Clay Hall and Courtney Giles ... older brother of Jordan, Colin, Griffin and Ryan ... father played football at Towson ... majoring in communications.
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