Hall earns spot on SEC All-Freshman Team

Feb. 27, 2018

SEC Release

Vanderbilt freshman guard Chelsie Hall has been named to the SEC All-Freshman Team it was announced by the conference office on Tuesday. 

Hall becomes the third Commodore under the tutelage of head coach Stephanie White and her staff to earn SEC postseason accolades. She joins teammates Kayla Overbeck and Erin Whalen, who earned spots on the 2017 SEC All-Freshmen Team.

The 5-7 Boca Raton, Fla., native has been a crucial piece of the Vanderbilt women’s basketball program since she stepped on campus. Hall has started each game this season and is leading the team with 12.1 points per game, which ranks her the No. 24 scorer among her SEC counterparts and the No. 2 freshman scorer behind Freshman of the Year Chennedy Carter from Texas A&M.  Hall also leads Vanderbilt in assists (3.0/game) and steals (1.1/game).  

Hall has scored in double figures in a team-best 19 games this season and has reached 20 points on three occasions, including a career-high 26 points against Belmont. Hall is shooting .464 (141-of-304) from the floor and is Vanderbilt’s top rebounding guard with 3.6 rebounds per game.

Joining Hall on the All-Freshman team are Unique Thompson (Auburn), Que Morrison (Georgia), Promise Taylor (Ole Miss), Bianca Jackson (South Carolina), Rennia Davis (Tennessee), Evina Westbrook (Tennessee) and Chennedy Carter (Texas A&M).

The Commodores are the No. 12 seed for this week’s SEC Tournament in Nashville and will open tournament action on Wednesday at 11 am when they take on No. 13 Arkansas. The game will be broadcast live on the SEC Network.

A complete listing of SEC postseason awards is below:

First Team All-SEC
Raigyne Louis, LSU
Teaira McCowan, Mississippi State
Victoria Vivians, Mississippi State
Sophie Cunningham, Missouri
A'ja Wilson, South Carolina
Jaime Nared, Tennessee
Mercedes Russell, Tennessee
Chennedy Carter, Texas A&M

Second Team All-SEC
Caliya Robinson, Georgia
Mackenzie Engram, Georgia
Chloe Jackson, LSU
Maci Morris, Kentucky
Morgan William, Mississippi State
Jordan Frericks, Missouri
Tyasha Harris, South Carolina
Khaalia Hillsman, Texas A&M

SEC All-Freshman
Unique Thompson, Auburn
Que Morrison, Georgia
Promise Taylor, Ole Miss
Bianca Jackson, South Carolina
Rennia Davis, Tennessee
Evina Westbrook, Tennessee
Chennedy Carter, Texas A&M
Chelsie Hall, Vanderbilt

SEC All-Defensive
Daisa Alexander, Auburn
Caliya Robinson, Georgia
Taylor Murray, Kentucky
Raigyne Louis, LSU
A'ja Wilson, South Carolina
Blair Schaefer, Mississippi State
Teaira McCowan, Mississippi State

Coach of the Year: Vic Schaefer, MSU
Player of the Year: A'ja Wilson, USC
Freshman of the Year: Chennedy Carter, TAMU
Defensive Players of the Year: Teaira McCowan, MSU & A'ja Wilson, USC
6th Woman of the Year: Anastasia Hayes, Tennessee
Scholar-Athletes of the Year: Blair Schaefer, MSU, Haley Clark, Georgia, Alyssa Rice, Kentucky

For more information on the Vanderbilt women’s basketball team check them out on the website at www.vucommodores.com, Twitter at @VandyWBB, Instagram at @VandyWBB and on Facebook at Vandy Hoops.



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