Rosie (Giles) Hall (Volleyball, 1978-79) is one of Walsh’s trailblazing female athletes. She holds the distinction of being of the first female letter winner and is the first woman to graduate from Walsh with a 4.00 grade point average. She was a member of Walsh’s Club Volleyball Team in 1976 and ’77, and led the way as the program progressed to the varsity level in 1978. Hall played for Barb Josten her first three years and for Missy Long her final year. As a senior, she was named Team Most Valuable Player and Team Captain. With Title IX celebrating its 40th anniversary this year, it is only fitting that a trailblazer like Rosie, enters the Wall of Fame. Rosie, now the Honorable Judge Hall, was appointed to the bench of the Stark County Court of Common Pleas, Domestic Relations Division in August, 2011. She is married to Wall of Famer Charlie Hall (Cross Country/Track 1992).