In her two seasons with the Chico Lady Dragons, Breann Hall played a variety of roles including hitting, defense and setter.
As a senior, versatile Hall posted 265 attacks, 490 sets and 132 digs.
“She’s got great hands as a setter and quickness getting to the ball,” said Chico coach Missy Patterson. “She was also one of my best hitters and is great on defense. She’s so versatile.”
Hall will now take that versatility to Ranger Junior College after inking a letter of intent this week.
Hall recently tried out at the school and received a scholarship offer shortly after.
“I also tried out at Cisco,” Hall said. “As soon as I went to Ranger, she offered.
“I plan to work my hardest and do what I can.”
Ranger coach Hayley Cobza said she has five sophomores returning this year but expects the hard-working Hall to compete for playing time.
“Whoever works the hardest plays,” Cobza said. “She’s a hard worker and is willing to learn. She’s very coachable. Those are hard to come by.”
After making the transition to playing setter this past year for the Lady Dragons, Hall expects to return to being a hitter or defensive specialist at Ranger. She knows she has work to do to get ready to play at the next level.
“I have to stay in shape this summer. I will be getting some private lessons,” Hall said. “I need to work on my vertical and quickness.”