1 Frederick Hall
1 Frederick Hall
Height: 6-2
Weight: 190
Year: Sr.
Hometown: St. George, Bermuda
Previous College: South Florida

As A Junior in 2008:

Played every minute in goal for the Bobcats, posting 10 wins...Member of the All-NEC Second Team...Named to the NEC All-Tournament Team...Posted a goals-against average of 1.05, while making 83 saves and earning seven shutouts...Recorded his first career point on an assist in a 2-0 win at Saint Francis (Pa.) on Nov. 2...Made a season-high eight saves against Mount St. Mary’s on Nov. 9 for his seventh shutout of the season, while also setting a new personal single-season record for wins with 10 and earning Quinnipiac a spot in the NEC Tournament for the first time in four seasons...Made seven saves in four games.


As a Sophomore in 2007:

Won two NCAA Statistical Awards after leading NCAA Division I men's soccer in save percentage (.915) and saves per game (7.38)...Named to All-Northeast Conference Second Team...Named to NSCAA/North Atlantic Region Second Team...Ranked first in the NEC in goals-against average (0.64) while his six shutouts ranked fifth...Named NEC Player of the Week on October 15 after back-to-back 1-0 shutouts against Holy Cross and Central Connecticut State...Named ECAC Defensive Player of the Week...Named October Eli's Restaurant/Quinnipiac Athlete of the Month...Started in all 16 games in which he appeared... Allowed only 11 goals during his 1,554:28 of play during the 2007 season... Made 118 saves...Helped lead the Bobcats to the best team save percentage in the nation (.906). 

As a Redshirt Freshman in 2006:
Did not play.

2004 Highlights (at USF):
Earned first-career victory, registering six saves in USF’s 4-1 win over East Carolina...Saw action in USF’s match versus No.9 St. John’s, filling in for Dane Brenner, who received a red card in the 42nd minute...Made six saves in first USF start (1-0 loss at Cincinnati).

Before Quinnipiac:
Was a member of the U-17 Bermuda National Team, and currently serves his country on the U-21 National Team...Was all-state and a Lake Region All-Star for coach Bob Lowe at Holderness...Led his Holderness team to many prep state championships in his four years and was voted for the Weston Lea Award, symbolizing passion for the game...Was a Boston Globe All-Scholastic player and an All-New England selection...Also a nominee for the Boston All-Scholastic Player of the Year...Was honored as a member of the NEPSSA Senior All-Star Game...Earned varsity letters in basketball as well.

He is the son of Frederick and Sharry Hall...Has two older sisters, Stacey, 23 and Shareena, 32...He is an information systems major.