Coach Erwin on Hall... "This is the year where Philip needs to step up and be a dominant player. He has the potential to be a very good defender and has been training in the back all spring. I am very anxious to see the full maturation of Philip as a player in C-USA."
2006... Played in 15 matches with 12 starts...Missed three games due to injury...Helped the team earn shutouts over Furman, No. 17 Memphis and Florida International...Registered seven shots on goal, including a season-high three against FIU.
2005... Played in 14 matches, starting all but one...Recorded seven shots, including a season-high three at UAB...Helped the Golden Knights blank Lafayette, Stetson and East Carolina.
2004... One of three players to start all 20 matches in the Knights' backfield...Received Atlantic Sun All-Freshman Team recognition...Recorded a season-high four shots in two matches...Knocked in the game-winning goal in the shutout vs. Campbell...Named to the A-Sun All-Tournament Team.
Prior to UCF... Graduated from Eastridge High School in Clermont...Played junior varsity soccer as a freshman at Groveland's South Lake High School...Scored eight goals and added 13 assists that season...Captained the SLHS varsity team as a sophomore, recording nine goals and 12 assists before playing for EHS during his final two years...Also voted captain in his junior year, but only played four matches...Invited to play with the Jamaica U17 National Team that season...Played only one match as a senior due to injury....Trained in the Olympic Development Program (ODP) with the Orange County Strikers.
Personal... Born Philip Michael Hall in Kingston, Jamaica...Son of Richard and Melody Hall...Eldest brother, Corey, was a wrestler at Western New England College...Major is sports and fitness.