Mids from the intercollegiate and offshore sailing teams are honored.
Navy finished with an overall record of 288-164-10 (.634)
Hall becomes a three-time Women's All-American Skipper.
Navy earns its second top-10 national finish of the spring.
Mids miss round of eight racing after falling in a sailoff.
As a Sophomore: Mary skippered in 19 events during her sophomore year, including 4 national championships. Some of her top finishes include a 3rd place finish at the Radial Open, a 1st place finish at the MAISA Women's Fall Dinghy, and a 1st place finish at the Truxton Umsted Regatta. She was named an All-American Women's Skipper and runner-up for Quantum Women's Sailor of the Year.
As a Freshman: Mary competed in 16 events during her first year at Navy. She has proven herself as a strong competitor on the national level during this first year by receiving the honor of an Honorable Mention Women's All-American. She qualified and competed in the ICSA Women's Single Handed Nationals in Chicago, which she placed seventh. She helped qualify Navy's women's team to the Women's Dingy Nationals by placing second in A division at the MAISA Spring Women's. She went to Austin, Texas, to compete in the ICSA Women's Dingy Nationals and she placed fifth in A division in a very strong fleet as a freshmen skipper.
Prior to Navy: Grew up in Seminole, Florida, and graduated from Seminole High School in 2011. She ran cross country all four years of high school, was an avid competitor in Seminole's All-Whistling Acapella Group and a member of Seminole High School's Future Liberals Of America Club. Sailed out of St. Petersburg and Clearwater. Daughter of David and Sherry Hall. Has one older sister and two older brothers. Majoring in Operations Research.