Thaddeus Hall has established himself as one of the clutchest Knights during his first season with the team. This past weekend - in victories over Florida National University (December 2) and Central Penn (December 3), the sophomore guard came through in a big way on back-to-back days. In the Knights' 86-85 win over the Conquistadors, the 6'5 stud hit a three-point basket with 9.9 seconds remaining, a bucket that would prove to be the difference in the game. A day later, Hall would hit a shot inside the final 10 seconds of regulation to tie the game against Central Penn at 97-all. Berkeley College would eventually go on to win that game by a score of 107-102 in triple overtime.
For the 2017-2018 campaign, Hall has played in all six of the Knights' contests, and his 13.5 points per game is second-best on the team. He also averages 3.5 rebounds and 1.8 assists per contest, as well. He is expected to be a key contributor for Berkeley College throughout the season.