A 2008 graduate of Lakeville North, Taylor Hall is in her sixth season at her alma mater as a varsity assistant coach.
The Section 1AAA assistant coach of the year in both 2016 and 2017, Hall was named the state Class AAA assistant coach of the year in 2017 as the Panthers won their third state title.
A four-time national champion at Concordia-St. Paul, Hall was a defensive specialist/libero, setting a school record for career serve reception percentage (.967) while becoming the 11th player in school history to record 1,000 career digs.She was a CoSIDA/ESPN the Magazine All-Academic First Team pick and earned Northern Sun Conference All-Academic honors three times.
As a Panther, she was a four-time volleyball letter winner and a member of four consecutive Lake Conference championship teams, making four Class AAA state tournament appearances, which included a pair of runner-up finishes and two third-place finishes. An all-conference and academic all-conference honoree, Hall earned a spot on the 2007 State All-Tournament team and, in 2008, earned first-team St. Paul Pioneer Press All-Metro honors and Minneapolis Star Tribune second-team All-Metro honors.
In addition to an outstanding playing career, she has coached the Lakeville North Juniors and the Mizuno Northern Lights volleyball clubs for a combined eight seasons, and has won two national championships.
Hall graduated from Concordia in 2012 with a major in criminal justice and a minor in political science. She is an Investigator/Senior Administrative Assistant in the Department of Community Corrections and Rehabilitation for Hennepin County, and with her husband, Ty, who played baseball at Concordia, have two children, Hudson, 4, and Hunter, 2. The family resides in Farmington, Minn.