Anthony LaCoste rushed for a career-high 263 yards and scored three touchdowns, helping Air Force snap a seven-game skid by holding off Army 42-28 on Saturday.
2006 (Junior) - Started all 12 games at halfback ... led the team in rushing with 784 yards ... first halfback to lead the team in rushing since Jake Campbell in 1994 ... his 784 yards are the most by an Air Force halfback since Greg Johnson rushed for 834 in 1988 ... ranked fourth in the conference in rushing with a 65.3 per-game average ... rushed for five touchdowns, the second most on the team ... caught 11 passes for 117 yards and a touchdown ... rushed for a career-high 122 yards in Air Force's win at Wyoming ... rushed for 102 yards against Colorado State to record his second 100-yard effort of the year, third of his career and second-straight against the Rams ... rushed for 93 yards and a TD on 16 carries at Army ... topped the 20-carry mark three times, including a career-high 25 vs. Wyoming ... hit the 1,000-yard mark for his career, becoming the 34th player in school history to do so ... enters the 2007 season ranked 31st on the career rushing list with 1,128 yards ... named second-team all-conference, becoming just the third Air Force halfback to earn all-conference honors and first since Johnson in 1989.
2005 (Sophomore) - Played in all 11 games, starting 10 ... started in every game, except against Navy . ... rushed for 25 yards on seven carries with a long run of eight yards vs. Washington in his first-career varsity game ... scored the first touchdown of his career vs. Wyoming on a 16-yard run ... rushed for a career-high 107 yards on a career-most 11 carries vs. Colorado State ... recorded a career-long run of 43 yards ... led the team in rushing for the first time in his career vs. the Rams ... first AF halfback to rush for 100 or more yards in a game since Anthony Butler in 2003 vs. Northwestern ... just the 10th halfback since 1996 to have a 100-yard rushing performance ... scored the first receiving TD of his career at BYU ... career-high five catches vs. Army, good for 29 yards ... finished third on the team in rushing with 344 yards ... averaged 5.2 yards per carry ... was third on the team in receiving with 16 catches for 139 yards ... had a career-long reception of 32 yards against Colorado State ... two punt returns for 18 yards ... one kickoff return for 13 yards.
2004 (Freshman) - Played quarterback on the junior varsity team.
High School - Lettered four years in football, basketball and baseball ... was a quarterback and defensive back in football, point guard in basketball and played shortstop in baseball ... second-team all-state at quarterback as a junior ... first-team all-state at defensive back as a senior ... Colonial Pontiac player of the week in football as a junior and senior ... named all-county as a junior defensive back ... named all-county for both offense and defense as a senior ... was named county player of the month in basketball once each as a sophomore, junior and senior ... named county scholar-athlete of the year as a senior ... offensive MVP of team his junior and senior year in baseball ... named school athlete of the year his junior and senior year ... football coach was Will Jackson.
Personal - Born May 23, 1986 ... member of Squadron 26 ... parents are J. and Leslie Hall ... has two sisters, Jenny (23) and Kelly (18) ... given name is Chandler ... majoring in management with a minor in Spanish ... would like to coach football someday ... completed Academy Flight Screening and a summer academics course in astronautical engineering this past summer ... also attended Operation Air Force ... also recruited by Furman, Wofford, Navy and Bucknell ... favorite NFL team is the Atlanta Falcons ... favorite athlete is former Falcon and Atlanta Brave "Neon" Deion Sanders and favorite football player is Warrick Dunn ... something most people don't know about him is that he was in the choir throughout high school ... favorite non-traditional sport to watch is NASCAR with teammates Drew Fowler and John Rabold ... credits his mom and dad as having the biggest influence on his sports career.
Hall's Career Statistics
Receiving Year G # Yds Avg TD LG 2006 12 11 117 10.6 1 38 (UNLV) 2005 11 16 139 8.7 1 32 (CSU) Total 23 27 256 9.5 2