Honors and Awards
- AVCA Honorable-Mention North Region
- Big Ten Distinguished Scholar (2014)
- Academic All-Big Ten (2014-Sand)
- 2013 Big Ten Defensive Player of the Week
- Academic All-Big Ten (2012, 2013)
- Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll (Fall 2012, 2013; Spring 2013, 2014)
Cecilia Hall started 30 of NU’s 33 matches as a sophomore in 2013 • Earned honorable-mention AVCA All-North Region accolades • Led the Husker block on the year with 140 total blocks, an average of 1.31 blocks per set • Had 144 kills on the year and averaged 1.35 kills per set, while hitting at a clip of .321 • Tied her career high in kills four times during the year with eight kills each against Villanova, Texas, Wisconsin and Indiana • Recorded a career-high 11 blocks against Illinois on Oct. 30, followed with 10 blocks the next match against Northwestern on Nov. 2 • Was named the Big Ten Defensive Player of the Week on Nov. 4 following her performance against the Wildcats and Hoosiers, as she paced the Huskers at the net with 21 blocks, an average of 2.6 blocks per set, while also chipping in nine kills on the week • Was named Academic All-Big Ten.
Played in six matches as a redshirt freshman in 2012 • Posted 13 kills and nine blocks on the year • Notched a career-high eight kills against Duquesne on Sept. 7 and five total blocks against Colgate on Sept. 1 • Was named Academic All-Big Ten.
Hall redshirted and provided depth at middle blocker in her first year at Nebraska.
Hall played for Karl Norden at Allebergsgymnasiet High School in Linkoping, Sweden, where she was a three-time letterwinner in volleyball • Ranked third in the Swedish Elite Series in blocks with 0.67 per set in 2010, as she totaled 37 in 55 sets for RIG Falkoping • Earned a pair of gold medals at the U19 Nordic Championships and a bronze medal at the U17 Nordic Championships • Earned a gold medal at Swedish Nationals in the indoor high jump when she was 15 • Chose Nebraska over Florida • Become the second Husker volleyball player from Sweden to earn a letter at Nebraska, following Maria Hedbeck’s four letters from 1993 to 1996.