Paige Hall

HometownPotomac, Mont.
Prev. SchoolHellgate HS


2008-09: Track: Named to the Academic All-RMAC Honor Roll. ... Ran the 800-meter in a time of 2:37.09 at the RMAC Outdoor Championships, May 3. ... Finished the 800-meter run in a time of 2:28.87 at the Jack Christiansen Invitational, April 24. ... Took fourth in the 1500-meter run with a time of 5:39.06 at the Mountaineer Open, April 18.

2008: Cross-Country Placed 107th at Central Region NCAA Qualifier, time of 25:15.35. ... Placed 68th at RMAC Championship, time of 25:35.3.

2007-08: Track: Placed eighth in the mile run at the CC Invite Apr. 12.

Pre UCCS Notes:

Before UCCS: Won Outstanding Distance Runner Award in 2006 and 2007 ... was MVP of Hellgate HS (Montana) cross country team in 2005 and 2006 ... was MVP of Hellgate HS track team in 2007 ... was an Academic All-State in track and cross country in 2007 ... ran at cross country state meet in 2005 and 2006 ... ran a 2:21 in the 800m at state meet in 2007 ... ran in the Senior Girls division at the Foot Locker Regionals in 2006 ... was nominated for Wendy's High School Heisman.

Personal Notes:

Personal: Majoring in Chemistry ... parents are Brad and Marin Hall ... has one brother, Sam ... enjoys art, reading, running, and playing sports.

Stories featuring Paige Hall

May 21, 2009Barry Named First-Team All-Academic, Seven Others Named to Honor RollCOLORADO SPRINGS - University of Colorado at Colorado Springs runner Kelsey Barry was named Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Outdoor Track & Field First-Team All-Academic, the RMAC announced Thursday.
April 26, 2009UCCS 4X100 Team Sets New School Record with a Little Help from FriendsFORT COLLINS - Sometimes we have to get by with a little help from our friends.
April 19, 2009Mountain Lions Compete in GunnisonThe Mountain Lions began their gearing-up process for the Conference Championships as they headed up to rare air to compete at the Mountaineer Open in Gunnison.
April 9, 2009Barry, Nine Others Named to Academic All-RMAC Team for Indoor TrackUniversity of Colorado at Colorado Springs junior Kelsey Barry was named second team indoor track & field all-academic by the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference while nine of her teammates were named to the RMAC's indoor track academic honor roll, the conference announced Wednesday.
December 20, 2008Pinter, Five Others Named to RMAC All-Academic TeamsDan Pinter of the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs was named Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference men's cross country first team all-academic, the conference announced Friday.
November 8, 2008Payne Wins Central Regional, Qualifies for NationalsKEARNEY, Neb. – Shannon Payne is headed to nationals, and she’s headed there as one of the favorites.
May 6, 2008UCCS Has Many Positives in Final Day of RMAC ChampionshipsWith the RMAC (Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference) Outdoor Championships ending today, the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs finished with a conference champion who also qualified for nationals, seven new school records, eight all-conference (All-RMAC) performers, and even an athlete that competed with one shoe.
April 26, 2008UCCS Competes in Heptathlon and Decathlon for First TimeFor the first time, UCCS competed in the women's heptathlon and men's decathlon on Thursday, April 24 and Friday, April 25 in Fort Collins. Josi Heer and Carl Lum both established school records in the events.
April 19, 2008KU Relays Wind Down on Saturday AfternoonWith four days of competition in the books, the KU Relays ended, and the UCCS track team can take a breather. The three unusual races that they competed in today were more for practice and training for upcoming events.
April 12, 2008UCCS Women's Track Team has Breakthrough PerformancesWith winds gusting at around 25 miles per hour through the track and field area at Colorado College Invitational, Mountain Lions Kelsey Barry and Melissa McKinley made a switcheroo and had highlight performances in events that were unusual to them.
January 14, 20082008 Season PreviewThe University of Colorado at Colorado Springs track team has produced several All-Americans over the past 10 years. During that same period, however, the UCCS women have never finished higher than fifth in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference championship meet and the men have finished either last or next to last every season.
October 6, 2007Cross Country: Women Take Fifth, Men Ninth at Tiger InvitationalJenna Dorsey-Spitz fought off illness to take fourth among scoring runners and lead the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs women's cross country team to a fifth-place finish at the Tiger Invitational.
September 22, 2007Women's XC: Dorsey-Spitz Leads UCCS at Colorado College InviteJenna Dorsey-Spitz took fourth place among college runners to lead the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs women's cross country team to a fifth-place finish at the Colorado College Invitational Saturday at Monument Valley Park.
September 8, 2007Cross Country: UCCS Men, Women Each Grab Fourth in Season's First MeetALBUQUERQUE -- The Mark Misch era at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs began Saturday with both the men's and women's cross country teams earning fourth-place finishes at the Lobo Invitational.
September 6, 2007Cross Country Season PreviewYou've got a freshman-laden roster, a new coach and your best runner just had knee surgery. Sounds like the makings of a rebuilding year for the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs cross country team, doesn't it?
May 30, 2007cross country/track sign sevenUniversity of Colorado at Colorado Springs cross country/track coach Graeme Badger announced the signing of seven athletes to National Letters of Intent Wednesday.
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