Farmington's Donna Hall signs with Hesston College volleyball

Lady Scorps hitter/setter gets full ride at junior college

The Daily Times staff
Farmington's Donna Hall signs her letter of intent Thursday to continue her volleyball career at Hesston College in Hesston, Kan.

FARMINGTON — During her time with Farmington High's volleyball program, Donna Hall helped out in multiple areas at the net. 

And now the right-side hitter/setter will have the same role at the next level after signing her letter of intent with Hesston College today via full-ride scholarship.

"They run a pretty fast offense, which will work out perfectly fine (for me) from what we've been doing (at FHS). It won't be too hard of a transition," Hall said.

Hall was involved virtually everywhere on the floor last season with FHS, accumulating 145 digs, 68 kills, 35 service aces, 33 assists and 30 blocks.

Expecting to largely help out as a setter at Hesston College, a National Junior College Athletic Association program in Hesston, Kansas, Hall said she hopes to have better timing getting ready to pass the ball and also make quicker passes.

On defense, Hall said she hopes to continue keeping the ball off the ground as often as possible, just as she did at Farmington.

After a year or two at Hesston College, Hall said she hopes to transfer to an NCAA Division II volleyball program closer to home such as Fort Lewis College or New Mexico Highlands University.