2019 (Jr.): Played in 11 games and made five starts... Scored one goal... Picked up five ground balls and one caused turnover.
2018 (So.): Saw action off the bench in seven games... Tallied three goals, one ground ball, and two caused turnovers.
2017 (Fr.): Appeared in three games, Stetson, Howard and Delaware State, for the Monarchs … Recorded her first collegiate goal at Delaware State (4/29) … Collected her only ground ball and draw control of the season at Del. St. …
Prep: Hallman played lacrosse four years for Paul VI high school while also playing for the South Jersey Devils Lacrosse club. She completed her career with 159 goals including 53 scored during her senior season. As a junior she scored her 100th career goal on her way to earning the team MVP award. Hallman was a captain her junior and senior years and was name to the 1st team all-conference squad both seasons.
Off the field Hallman was an academic honor roll student and volunteered in the community. Some of her service included serving meals to homeless at Cathedral Kitchen, community trash pick-up events and volunteer coached for the TOPS Soccer Program, a program for children with disabilities to learn and play soccer.
“My first impression of Old Dominion was a place that captures all I want in a university; diverse academic majors, programs and school spirit. I was confident this university would allow me to grow academically, socially and athletically. My first impressions were reinforced with each visit. I knew I wanted to be at ODU and I put all my effort into becoming a Monarch.”