Montana's Lindsey Hall Staying Healthy in Senior Season - KFBB.com News, Sports and Weather

Montana's Lindsey Hall Staying Healthy in Senior Season

Posted: Updated:

Lindsey Hall is gifted when it comes to track and field, but luck hasn't been on her side. The last several years she's been hampered by minor injuries affecting her performance but so far, she's been healthy.

Brian Schweyen, Griz track head coach, "It's huge, because she's able to go through giving 100% in every event, and not have to worry about backing off, and possibly saving herself, and not getting hurt. Now she can attack it 100% fully, and that's going to promote some huge marks for her."

Lindsey Hall, senior heptathlete, "it's been really exciting, and a blessing for me to have my health this year. I've just been trying to encourage others to take care of themselves as well."

One thing Hall has done this season, is extended training in addition to her normal track practice schedule.

"To be good, you have to do the things outside of the track and field facility and outside the weight-room. It's when you're in your dorm, those are the things that make you great, and those are the things she's really starting to get a grasp of, and spending more time on, and you can see it definitely is paying off."

"It's kind of interesting to me, because in hind-sight, I remember being a sophomore and junior and looking at the seniors who did all the extra work, and I thought it was overboard. For me to understand now that those things all come together to keep me healthy and keep me a competitive athlete, I think that's an important step that I came to realize a little too late, but hopefully not."

Hall has already topped herself...breaking her personal record in the multi-events last week at the Montana State Invitational...her score of 5, 424 is the 9th best in big sky conference history and puts her in the top ten nationally now...even with her personal accolades, Lindsey is all about team.

"She's a great leader, she's a hard worker. She's always there cheering for the other athletes, and getting them to do their best, and train their hardest. It's going to be a really hard position to fill, we're going to miss her for sure, but she's got one more outdoor season left, but she's more of a leader now than she has been."

  • Most Popular StoriesMost Popular StoriesMore>>

  • Search for 3 suspects after a double murder at Missoula's Mountain Valley Inn

    Search for 3 suspects after a double murder at Missoula's Mountain Valley Inn

    Friday, October 19 2018 12:19 PM EDT2018-10-19 16:19:05 GMT

    Authorities are searching for three suspects, after two people were found dead at Missoula's Mountain Valley hotel. The reports came in around 1 a.m. Friday morning. Authorities arrived at the inn on West Broadway St. and began investigating. They confirmed there was possible use of a firearm associated with the murders. They say they have found a car associated with the suspects, but have not released the identities of those suspects. Authorities say there is no threat to the ge...

    Authorities are searching for three suspects, after two people were found dead at Missoula's Mountain Valley hotel. The reports came in around 1 a.m. Friday morning. Authorities arrived at the inn on West Broadway St. and began investigating. They confirmed there was possible use of a firearm associated with the murders. They say they have found a car associated with the suspects, but have not released the identities of those suspects. Authorities say there is no threat to the ge...

  • Transcripts reveal explicit detail in underage prostitution sting

    Transcripts reveal explicit detail in underage prostitution sting

    Thursday, October 11 2018 3:50 PM EDT2018-10-11 19:50:55 GMT
    Thursday, October 11 2018 5:48 PM EDT2018-10-11 21:48:14 GMT

    Taj Lamar Wilson, the man arrested in 2015 for soliciting sex from a minor, changed his plea to attempted prostitution.

    Taj Lamar Wilson, the man arrested in 2015 for soliciting sex from a minor, changed his plea to attempted prostitution.

  • Man run over by lawn mower while trying to kill son with chainsaw

    Man run over by lawn mower while trying to kill son with chainsaw

    Monday, October 15 2018 7:38 PM EDT2018-10-15 23:38:29 GMT

    BRISTOL, Tenn. (AP) - A man who police say was run over with a lawn mower while trying to kill his son with a chain saw has had to have his leg amputated. The Bristol Herald Courier reports that a warrant for 76-year-old Douglas Ferguson couldn’t be served until Tuesday because of the severity of his injuries.

    BRISTOL, Tenn. (AP) - A man who police say was run over with a lawn mower while trying to kill his son with a chain saw has had to have his leg amputated. The Bristol Herald Courier reports that a warrant for 76-year-old Douglas Ferguson couldn’t be served until Tuesday because of the severity of his injuries.

Powered by Frankly
Copyright - All content © 2001 - 2018. All Rights Reserved. For more information on this site, please read our Privacy Policy, Terms of Service, and Ad Choices.