Cirovski on Hall: "Jeremy is a dynamic attacking player with two great feet. With his excellent ability and speed, he's one of our most talented players. He had an ankle problem last year, but looks to be 100 percent now. He is a threat every time he touches the ball. His confidence is at an all-time high and I believe that will translate into a phenomenal year for Jeremy."
As a Sophomore in 2007: Exciting player who is good with both feet and can create opportunities ... Started 17 games and appeared in 18 of them ... Finished with five goals which was fourth on the team and four assists which was third ... his 14 points ranked fifth on the squad ... Terps were 4-0-3 in games which he scored a point ... recorded a point in five of six matches between 10/2 and 10/21 ... assisted on Rodney Wallace's equalizer in a 1-1 tie against Cal State Northridge (10/21) ... recorded a goal and an assist against Villanova (10/16) with his score coming on a penalty kick ... scored the equalizer in the 64th minute against Virginia Tech (10/13) ... notched the game-winning goal on a penalty kick in the 84th minute against Lehigh (10/9) ... assisted on Billy Cortes' goal against Stony Brook (10/2) in a 1-1 draw ... scored a career-high two goals and four points against George Mason (9/9).
As a Freshman in 2006: Soccer America first team All-Freshman member ...College Soccer News All-Freshman Team selection ... named the ACC Freshman of the Year, the first in school history ... second on the team with seven goals and third with 17 points ... scored in the NCAA Tournament win against St. John's (11/15) ... assisted on the game-winner against Virginia Tech (10/27) with a cross to Stephen King who found Maurice Edu in the box ... scored off of crosses against Albany (10/22) and Bucknell (10/24) ... scored game-tying goal at Wake Forest (9/23) on a breakaway to start the comeback win ... assisted both goals in the win against Penn State (9/20) ... scored a goal in consecutive games at Clemson (9/8) and against Mount St. Mary's (9/13) ... notched the goal against the Tigers on a header and scored from 18 yards out against the Mount ... scored first career goal against UCLA (9/2) from 14 yards out.
A member of the U.S. Soccer Residency program since 2003 ... earned 22 caps with the U-17 team ... started 12 international games in 2005, including the U-17 World Championships in Peru, where he made six starts ... a two-time NSCAA/adidas All-American and a USYSA All-American in 2005 ... two-time Parade All-American ... helped lead club team HC to the Sun Bowl championship in 2005, a state title in 2004 and a pair of Atlanta Cups.
Personal: Son of Eustace and Albea Hall ... born September 11, 1988 ... one of three children with brothers Joseph and Nicholas ... lists Michael Jordan as his favorite athlete ... cites playing in the U-17 World Championships as his biggest athletic thrill ... enrolled in the College of Letters and Sciences.
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