Sikeetha Shepard-Hall
Sikeetha  Shepard-Hall


Houston, Texas

High School:
Lutheran North



While playing Marshall basketball:

Shepard-Hall will go down as one of the greatest players in Marshall history and a likely candidate for the Marshall Athletics Hall of Fame. In four breathtaking seasons in the Green & White, Shepard-Hall became the third all-time leading scorer in school history with 1,609 points. She also ranks No. 1 in 3-point field goals, No. 3 in free throws made, No. 5 in field goals, No. 7 in 3-point percentage and No. 8 in assists. Sikeetha has won 64 games in her career, the most by any Marshall women's basketball within the last 14 years. The Houston, Texas, native reached a career-high 30 points twice. She started in over 100 games and owns over 70 double-digit scoring games, including 29 20-point games.

High School:

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 an electronic media management major.