Raquan (Quan) Hall

Girls 12 Navy Head Coach

Raquan Hall headshot


Quan’s volleyball journey started in 10th grade. She was selected for her JV team before earning a spot on varsity by the end of her first season. Her coach was Sally Summer, a nationally ranked volleyball player with a hall of fame career at Florida State as a starting outside hitter. Under her mentorship and training, Quan earned a 4-year volleyball scholarship to play as Middle Blocker in Washington, DC at Howard University.

By Quan’s junior year, she was selected as co-captain and helped lead her team 3 conference championships. Her team was the first historical black college-university (HBCU) in the nation to be selected to play in the NCAA tournament. Quan was ranked as the #2 blocker in the nation her junior year and one of the nation’s top players for highest service aces;

Additionally, she was selected for All-Conference First Team for 2-years. Just recently, amongst more than 5,000 collegiate volleyball players, Quan was selected as one of the top All Time 50 Best Conference Players in the last 50 years.

Since graduating college, Quan has played competitive sand volleyball and continues to play adult recreation today. She’s had several years of coaching experience as a head coach at the high school level and assistant coach at the collegiate level.

This will be Quan’s 2nd year coaching a club team at St. James. As St. James U12 Navy Head Coach, her goal is to continue paying it forward – to train each player in the fundamentals of playing competitive volleyball as a team, to prepare each player to compete at a higher level, and to inspire each player to be their best on and off the court.