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USF Women's Soccer Signs Berkeley Native Kristina Hall

May 24, 2006

(San Francisco, CA) - USF Women's Soccer has signed Berkeley native Kristina Hall as announced by head coach Pamela Kalinoski.

Kalinoski commented on Hall's addition. "We are definitely excited to have Kristina become a Don for the 2006 season. Everybody has been impressed with her technical ability and her over-all athleticism. She has a tremendous work rate; the kind of player who wants to be involved in the game as much as possible."

Hall compiled an impressive resume at Berkeley High School, totaling 49 goals and 26 assists in four years. She was named to the ACCAL First Team All-League her freshman through junior years after earning six goals/10 assists, 14 goals/four assists, and 15 goals/seven assists respectively. Hall scored 14 goals and five assists her senior year and was named League MVP. She also was a member of the '88 Cal-North ODP State Team.

Kalinoski added, "Kristina provides an excellent supplement to our attack. She is versatile and has good vision of the field. Furthermore, Hall is one of those players who can provide options as both a playmaker and as an individual attacker. In short, she makes us more dangerous."