Tracey Hall, or Tracey Hall Yarbrough, is a former women's basketball player for Ohio State University. She became the Big-Ten's first two time Kodak All-American team member competing in 1987 and 1988.
She ranks second on the school's all time scoring list with 1,912 career points, and 1 60.0 Field Goal Percentage. She also owns the school's rebounding record with 1,115. She is the only player in school history to get 300 rebounds in a single season. She started every game of her collegiate career, scored in double figures in 101 games. During her tenure, Ohio State's record was an incredible 102-20. In 1986, she was selected as the Ohio State athlete of the year.
Some sources, such as fansonly.com, refer to her as Tracey Hall Yarbrough, yet most sports commentaries just call her Tracey Hall. She may have preferred going by the name Tracey Hall during college. However, it is most likely a name change due to marriage.