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May 10, 2010
SPARTANBURG, S.C. - After a doubleheader split with Campbell over the weekend, the USC Upstate softball team will travel to DeLand, Fla. to participate in the Atlantic Sun Softball Championship in the program's first year of eligibility.
Monica Hall is one of three seniors that will look to extend their playing careers beginning on Thursday morning at 9:00 a.m., as the fourth-seeded Spartans square off against the third-seeded Owls of Kennesaw State.
Hall has appeared in all 50 games for Upstate this season, while making 48 starts. The Ceres, Calif., native has collected 41 hits in 2010, with 12 doubles and two home runs. Hall has 21 RBI and nine runs scored this season.
Hall recently talked with Alex Edwards of upstatespartans.com to discuss the upcoming A-Sun Tournament as well as plans for the future.
Upstate earned a spot in the conference tournament in the first season of eligibility and earned the number four seed and will face Kennesaw State on Thursday morning. What are the team's goals and expectations for the tournament?
The team won 38 games during the regular season, the most since the move to D-I. What has made the team so successful this season?
What was going through your mind as you stepped on the field for your final home games last Thursday against Appalachian State?
What is something that people may not know about assistant coaches Ciria Ochoa and Bryan Pack?
What has been your most memorable moment during your time here at Upstate?
What are your plans once your softball career at Upstate is over?
What advice would you give to a younger athlete who desired to play collegiately?
If you could travel to any place in the world, where would you want to go and why?
Who was/were your hero(es) growing up?
If your teammates were to use one adjective to describe you, what do you think they would chose and why?