Tipoff in the Cam Henderson Center set for Wednesday, Dec. 6 at 6 p.m.
Tipoff scheduled for Thursday, Feb. 2, at 6 p.m.
Marshall Ready for First Meeting at Middle Tennessee
Marshall to wear pink in support of breast cancer awareness
Women's basketball to host Hornets, Saturday
Selected to the All-MAC Second Team...Marshall's leader in scoring (15.2 points/game, 9th in MAC), field goals made/attempted (153/340), 3-point percentage (36.4 percent, 8th in MAC), 3-point field goals made/attempted (44/121), field goal percentage (45.0 percent, 8th in MAC), free throw percentage (80.5 percent, 8th in MAC), free throws made (91) and minutes (30.4/game)...started all 29 games...set career season-highs with 15.2 points, 3.8 rebounds, 2.8 assists and 1.6 steals per game as a junior...became MU's 15th 1,000-point scorer when she nailed a 3-pointer at the 10:37 mark of the second half of the Herd's losing streak-snapping win at Miami on Feb. 5...tallied her 100th career 3-pointer in a win at Ohio on Feb. 9, becoming only the fifth Marshall player to reach that mark...jumped into eighth place on Marshall's career scoring list at season's end with 1,157 points...her 44 3-pointers rank fourth in the Marshall single-season record book...recorded 10 20-point games, including a career- and team season-high 30 points at Ohio on Feb. 9, MU's first 30-point game in six years...went 9-of-16 from the floor (4-of-6 from 3-point range and 8-of-10 from the free-throw line) with three steals vs. the Bobcats...collected first career MAC East Division Player of the Week award on Feb. 7 for her 19.5 points, 6.0 rebounds, 3.0 assists and 2.0 steals per game in wins over Kent State and Miami...upped scoring average to 17.1 points per game (6th in MAC) in MAC games...tied career-high with five 3-pointers vs. Akron on March 1...went 10-for-10 from the free-throw line in scoring 25 points in loss at Kent State on Jan. 8...ended year by reaching double-digits in points in a season-high six straight games, shooting 47.7 percent from the floor with a 17.8 ppg average...tied career-high with five steals at Buffalo on Jan. 22...grabbed a career-high nine rebounds vs. Robert Morris on Nov. 28...played in season-high 38 minutes in win over West Virginia on Jan. 11 for 14 points, four rebounds and two assists...named to the Fifth Third MU Classic and Binghamton Time Warner Classic All-Tournament Teams...had worst shooting day of season on Feb. 13 vs. Ball State (2-of-14), but compensated with a season-high six assists in win...followed up BSU game with five assists at W. Michigan...attempted career-high 10 treys, making only one, vs. Kentucky on Dec. 12...led or tied for the team scoring lead in 16-of-29 games...continued her blistering scoring pace in the month of March over the course of her career by averaging 18.3 points per game in March '05.
Named an All-MAC Honorable Mention selection...paced Marshall in scoring (11.8 points/game, 19th in MAC), field goals made/attempted (116/308), 3-point field goals made/attempted (38/119), free throws made/attempted (85/120) and minutes (28.2/game)...scored a team season-high 26 points in an upset win over Kent State in the MAC quarterfinals...averaged 17.3 points per game (8th in MAC) in MU's three MAC Tournament contests...scored at a 17.2 points per game clip in season's final six regular season games, leading Marshall to a 4-2 record in that span to secure a first round tournament home game...set career-highs in 3-point field goals (5), steals (5, twice) and assists (7) within the first two rounds of the MAC Tournament...led or tied for the Thundering Herd lead in scoring in 13 of 30 games...tied for team lead with 15 double-digit scoring games, including team-high four 20-point games...started in 28-of-30 games...raised scoring average to 12.6 points per game (t-16th in MAC) in league contests...posted 18 points to help guide the Herd to its first ever win over Toledo...named MVP of the Fifth Third MU Classic, thanks in part to a 23-point, six assist effort in the championship game win over High Point...climbed into a seventh place tie in the MU career charts with her 38th 3-pointer of the season, and 72nd of her career...one of five players to appear in every game for Marshall.
Named an All-MAC Freshman Team member...finished her rookie campaign in eighth place nationally for freshman scoring average (15.0 points/game)...led all MAC freshmen in scoring, which was good enough to put her in eighth place in the conference for overall scoring average, leading all Marshall players...started in 22 of the 24 games that she was eligible to play in...tabbed a national all-freshman team honoree by Womenscollegehoops.com...scored a career-high 27 points in Marshall's dramatic 53-49 overtime win vs. Central Michigan on Feb. 1...in the last 13 games, Shepard-Hall averaged 17.9 points per game and hit 20 3-pointers...led Marshall in scoring in five-of-nine Herd victories last season (ineligible, due to NCAA transfer rules, for MU's first three victories), including the first MAC Tournament victory in Marshall history, coming at NIU on March 8...compiled a 21.8 ppg average in four contests in the month of March...collected a season-high eight rebounds to go along with 25 points in the Herd's narrow loss to West Virginia on Jan. 22...named to the All-Tournament team at the Sun Splash Shootout in Nassau, Bahamas.
Played at Lutheran North High School her senior year with former Herd player and current student assistant Jamie Kellerman...averaged 26 points, four assists and two steals a game during her senior campaign...was the MVP of Lutheran's District, along with being named a first team all-state selection...named the ninth best senior in the state of Texas in the spring of 2001...also lettered in volleyball, softball and track.
Born on September 19, 1982...raised by her grandmother Lois Shepard and father Marcellous Hall...father is a former vice president of the Harlem Globetrotters (retired) and is now CEO of the Marcellous Hall Foundation...has a sister, Katasha (27), and two nieces, Alexia (8) and Cierra (7), along with a nephew, Dominique (4)...favorite athlete is Sheryl Swoopes; hopes to play in the WNBA...is an electronic media management major.