#23 Jazmin Hall
Four-year monogram winner … quick, athletic outside back who persevered through handful of injuries to thrive in Notre Dame[apos]s 4-3-3 system with her mix of defensive toughness and timely runs into the offensive third … played much bigger than her size with her physicality and acute awareness of defensive positioning … also delivered a strong service from the wings … stepped in as the everyday starter on the left side during her final two seasons after being a part-time starter as a freshman and sophomore, the latter during Notre Dame[apos]s 2010 national championship season …gained added experience in spring 2012 with her first invitation to United States Under-23 National Team camp.
AS A SENIOR: Team tri-captain … one of the veteran voices on a very young squad that featured 12 freshmen and 18 underclassmen … leader of a youthful Irish defense that (at times) featured three freshmen, plus a rookie goalkeeper … appeared in 23 matches, starting 20 times (including final 19 contests) at left back … registered one assist and three shots while ranking sixth on the team in minutes played (1,485) … started all six of Notre Dame[apos]s postseason matches (including all four NCAA tournament outings), going the full 90 minutes on three occasions … came off bench in three of first five matches (did not appear in season opener at Wisconsin), working back from offseason injury … added to her collegiate point-scoring account in win over Pittsburgh (2-1), delivering precision cross to set up Cari Roccaro[apos]s goal in 16th minute … tallied single shots against Oakland, Marquette and Florida … played prominent role for Notre Dame defense that allowed just four goals in its final eight matches, four of which came against top-15 opponents (two of the goals came in the run of play, with others via a penalty kick and a set piece).
AS A JUNIOR: Started 20 matches at left back for Irish … posted career highs of one goal, two assists, four points and three shots (two on goal) … could not have chosen more opportune moment for her first career goal, netting unassisted equalizer in 71st minute at #3 North Carolina (1-2, ot) … played a major role in holding #2 Stanford (1-2) scoreless in first half before injury sidelined her for rest of match (and next contest at #17 Santa Clara, a 1-1 draw) … returned to action with complete-match effort aaginst Louisville (0-1) … assisted on tying score by Melissa Henderson in 18th minute at Cincinnati (4-1), sparking Henderson hat trick and Irish rally from early one-goal deficit … registered career-high two shots (one on goal) in career-best 99 minutes of action at South Florida (1-1) … connected with Henderson again for second assist of season 8:04 into BIG EAST quarterfinal at #5 Marquette (1-0); also came up with one of team[apos]s top defensive plays of season, doing splits while clearing shot off the line at right post in 17th minute … turned in strong spring 2012 season, highlighted by assist on Lauren Bohaboy[apos]s match-winning goal in 84th minute against Haiti National Team (2-1).
AS A SOPHOMORE: Played in 21 matches, earning seven starts during Notre Dame[apos]s third national championship season … earned starting assignments at left back for early-season 1-0 wins over Minnesota and #8 Santa Clara … played a season-high 79 minutes in the latter contest … started at #13 UCLA, but had to come off in fifth minute with injury, which sidelined her for the next two matches … returned to action at Northwestern (16 minutes) and would build up her playing time as a key reserve … eventually played her way back into lineup against Seton Hall (2-1), a role she would hold off and on for the remainder of the regular season and BIG EAST Championship quarterfinal … saw action in five NCAA tournament matches, all off the bench … turned in poised 62-minute reserve effort in third-round victory at #3 North Carolina (4-1).
AS A FRESHMAN: Appeared in 20 matches as a rookie, starting eight times … led all Notre Dame freshmen with 976 minutes played … credited with two assists and took two shots … came off the bench for the first three matches of her career … steadily earned more playing time in those three contests, culminating with a solid 73-minute relief outing against #1 North Carolina (0-6) … earned her first career start in the next match against Wisconsin-Milwaukee (3-0), beginning a run of six consecutive starting nods … early injury at Cincinnati (2-1) led her to come off the bench in next game against Louisville (1-0), a role she also filled at West Virginia (3-2, ot) and Pittsburgh (0-0), taking her first shot of the season in the latter contest … returned to the lineup at #10 Rutgers and went the distance for the first time in her career … also collected her first career point with an assist on Lauren Fowlkes[apos] match-winning goal in the 84th minute (1-0) … suffered an injury in opening minute of ensuing match at Seton Hall (2-0), causing her to miss the final four contests of the regular season … suited up again for BIG EAST Championship quarterfinal against South Florida (5-0) with 44 minutes in relief … carded her second assist of the season on Fowlkes[apos] 34th-minute strike against USF … played 47 minutes as a reserve in BIG EAST final against #rv/10 Marquette (2-1), starting the sequence that led to Amanda Clark[apos]s match-winning goal on her leftside service to Henderson at the edge of the penalty area (Henderson dished to Erica Iantorno, who crossed to Clark for the score in the 71st minute) … made NCAA Championship debut in first-round win over IUPUI (5-0) with 69 minutes of action … also saw time during NCAA tourney matches against Central Michigan (6-1), #6 Florida State (2-0) and #4 North Carolina (0-1).
NATIONAL TEAM HIGHLIGHTS: Called into United States Under-23 National Team camp in February 2012 for Four Nations Tournament in La Manga, Spain … made U-23 debut as a second-half substitute in 5-0 win over Norway that helped United States clinch Four Nations title … selected for 2006 U.S. U-15 National Team player pool.
ODP/CLUB HIGHLIGHTS: USYS Region III team member (2005-07) … played club soccer with 2008 national champion Dallas Texans … the Texans also produced 2008 Notre Dame graduate/two-time Hermann Trophy recipient Kerri Hanks … national championship finalist in 2007 with the Texans and third-place finisher in 2006 with the Texans … crowned Region III champions for three consecutive years (2006-08) … five-time NTX state champions (2003-04, 2007-09) … also won the Disney Showcase in 2008 … her Texans squad won the LHGCL Grand Championship six times (2003-07, `09) and were named the Premier League Champions on four occasions (2005-08) … earned the WAGS Championship in 2003.
PREP & PERSONAL: Started every match of her high school career and earned all-district honors in each of her four seasons … netted nine goals and five assists for 23 points as a senior … served as the team captain and was named the team[apos]s MVP … helped Marcus High School to a regional semifinal appearance and a third-place finish within the district … earned her district[apos]s Utility Player of the Year award for the second consecutive season while garnering first-team all-district accolades … also named to the Dallas Morning News First Team … finished her high school career with 31 goals and 25 assists for 87 career points … scored 15 goals and also recorded 13 assists for 43 points as a junior … named the Utility Player of the Year for her district … a first-team all-district selection and a member of the all-region team … helped her team to a second-place district finish … netted five goals and added five assists for 15 points as a sophomore … helped her team to a state semifinal appearance after the team was earned region and district championships … a second-team all-district selection … scored two goals and registered two assists as a freshman … named a second-team all-district selection … helped Marcus to a state semifinal appearance … the team finished second in the district but went on to win the regional championship … an A/B Honor Roll student … named a Magnificent Marauder four times (2006-09) … daughter of Boderick and Cassandra Hall … has one brother, Jarrod … graduated in May 2013 from Notre Dame[apos]s top-ranked Mendoza College of Business with her bachelor[apos]s degree in management-consulting … earned certificates of merit for participation in Notre Dame[apos]s Rosenthal Leadership Academy in both 2010-11 and 2011-12.
Hall[apos]s Career Statistics
Hall In the Post Season