Student Assistant Coach
Braden Hall is a student assistant coach for the 2017 season.
Hall, a Morningside senior from Fairbanks, Alaska, is majoring in mathematics teaching.
He was a three-year starter for Morningside’s men’s volleyball team as an outside hitter and libero. He finished his playing career as the Mustangs’ all-time leader with 608 career digs.
Hall amassed a team-high 257 digs for an average of 2.09 digs per set during the 2017 campaign. He had the Mustangs’ top individual dig performance of the season with 18 digs in a four-set loss against two-time defending NAIA National Champion Missouri Baptist University on March 9. Aside from having the Mustangs’ top individual dig performance, Hall also had the Mustangs’ top kill effort of the campaign with a career-high 21 terminations in a March 31 match against Lindenwood-Belleville to tie a school record for kills in a five-set match.
Hall previously attended Orange Coast Community College and averaged 1.04 kills per set during the 2014 season for a team that won the California state volleyball championship.