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Bree Hall

  • position Guard
  • height 6-0
  • class Junior
  • Hometown Dayton, Ohio
  • High school Wayne
  • position Guard
  • height 6-0
  • class Junior
  • Hometown Dayton, Ohio
  • High school Wayne

Bree Hall Bio


At South Carolina
CSC Academic All-District (2023)
2x SEC Academic Honor Roll (2022, 2023)
SEC Basketball Leadership Council Vice Chair (2023-24)

High School
McDonald’s All-America (2021)
Naismith All-America Honorable Mention (2021)
Ohio High School Basketball Coaches Association Miss Basketball (2021)

Bio Information

Sophomore Year (2022-23)

  • Helped team to program-record 36 wins, including perfect 16-0 slate in SEC action, seven wins over ranked opponents, an SEC Tournament title and a spot in the NCAA Final Four for the third-straight season
  • Part of team that set program records for points scored, rebounds and rebounding margin in addition to an NCAA record for blocked shots per game
  • Played in 35 games, hitting double figures in scoring four times … played in 15 SEC games and all eight postseason outings
  • Added 10 points against #14/15 UCLA (Mar. 25), knocking down two 3s in the second half for team-high scoring honors for the third time of the season
  • Sealed a 16-4 run against Tennessee in the SEC title game (Mar. 5) with a 3 less than a minute after entering the game
  • Hit a 3 to contribute to a 13-3 run against Arkansas (Mar. 3) to give the Gamecocks’ a 15-point lead in addition to a career-high tying two blocks
  • Had a career day at Alabama (Jan. 29), scoring a team-high 18 points off the bench, with 13 coming in the second half including two threes in the final quarter
  • Hit a 3 in the final seconds of the first quarter at Georgia (Jan. 2) to bring the Gamecocks within two
  • Broke a three-minute scoring drought for South Carolina against Memphis (Dec. 3) in the fourth quarter, tallying seven of the team’s 19 points in the period, including the lone 3-pointer of the game
  • Had a big showing against Hampton (Nov. 27), leading the team with a career-high 14 points off the bench and landing in double-digits for the third time in her career
  • Huge game at #2/2 Stanford (Nov. 20) with the second double-digit scoring game of her career, highlighted by a pair of 3s in overtime that started and ended the 12-4 run that decided the game
  • Showed athleticism with aggressive offense at Clemson (Nov. 17) scoring seven of her eight points in the fourth quarter

Freshman Year (2021-22)

  • Part of first team in program history to be ranked No 1 in both the AP and the USA Today Coaches’ Polls every week of the season and program’s second National Championship
  • Team posted program-record 14 wins over ranked opponents and claimed the SEC Regular-Season title
  • Missed just one game (Jan. 16) due to health and safety protocols
  • Scored eight points in NCAA first-round win over Howard (Mar. 18), hitting a pair of 3s in the third quarter
  • Enjoyed her SEC Tournament debut with and efficient six points and four rebounds in just 15 minutes of action against Arkansas (Mar. 4)
  • Scored a season-high 10 points with two rebounds and an assist in 16 minutes vs. Vanderbilt (Jan. 24); eight of her 10 points came in the fourth quarter
  • Key part of the defensive effort that limited Kentucky’s preseason first-team All-American Rhyne Howard to a season-low nine points on 2-of-14 shooting from the field (Jan. 9)
  • Scored first career points on a 3-pointer to cap the first half against South Dakota (Nov. 12) to help turn back a 9-5 run by the Coyotes
  • Made her college debut at #5/4 NC State (Nov. 9) to play four minutes

High School

  • Ranked the No. 5 guard and No. 14 overall player in the Class of 2021
  • Finished as Wayne High School’s all-time leading scorer and led the program to its first state quarterfinal appearance in 2021
  • Named Ohio High School Basketball Coaches Association Miss Basketball and Ohio Prep Sports Writers Association (OPSWA) First-Team All-State in 2021 after pouring in 25.6 points, 7.1 rebounds and 3.3 steals per game as a senior
  • Two-time Greater Western Ohio Conference first-team selection (2020, 2021) and the league’s 2021 Player of the Year
  • Earned a spot on the OPSWA All-State Second Team as a junior (2019-20) behind 21.4 points per game


  • Daughter of Lashauna and Bryan Hall … has a younger sister, Brooklyn
  • Has two cousins playing college men’s basketball – Tre Williams (Duquesne junior) and Nate Johnson (Akron sophomore)
  • Majoring in sport and entertainment management