Hometown: Cincinnati, Ohio
High School: Sycamore
Proven to be one of the top players in the NCAC … Very athletic, go-to scorer with the ability to create her own shot and finish around the
rim … Enters the year ninth in school history with 983 career points.
2015 Soccer: Repeat selection on the NSCAA All-Great Lakes Region squad, this time earning second-team honors ... Named to the
NSCAA Scholar All-East Region second-team ... Earned first-team all-conference honors as one of the top-four midfielders in the NCAC for
the second year in a row … Factored more on the defensive half than in years past, while starting all 19 matches … Helped the Scots post
13 shutouts – one shy of tying the single-season team record – and key part of Wooster ranking amongst the Div. III leaders in shutout
percentage and goals against average … Scored a goal in season opener at Mount Union (Sept. 1), and added another during 4-0 shutout
at Earlham (Sept. 12).
2014-15 Basketball: Selected second-team all-NCAC after leading the team and ranking second in the league with 17.7 points per game
… Scoring average was the sixth-highest in program history … Rated third in the NCAC in free throw percentage (.817) and steals (2.1
spg), and was 10th in field-goal percentage (.430) … Added a career-best 4.2 rebounds per game … Set a Wooster single-game record with
40 points at Hiram (Jan. 28) … One of just 14 in all of Div. III to score 40 points in a game during 2014-15 season.
2014 Soccer: Selected all-region for the first time with third-team award on NSCAA/Continental Tire All-Great Lakes Region Team, and
was a first-team all-conference midfielder … Wooster’s second-leading scorer with a career-high 14 points, while helping the Scots limit
opponents to 1.15 goals per game – the third-lowest rate in the conference … Scored six goals, tied for the most on the team, and
distributed two assists … Scored lone goal in 1-0 win over Ohio Wesleyan (Sept. 27) … Netted first goal in pair of 2-0 wins over Hiram (Oct.
14) and Oberlin (Oct. 22) … NCAC Academic Honor Roll member.
2013-14 Basketball: Voted second-team all-NCAC … Finished fourth in the league in scoring (14.8 ppg) and third in field goal percentage
(.485) … Totaled season-high 29 points against Schreiner (Dec. 18) … Also had 24 in a win over Bluffton (Nov. 26) on 9-of-13 shooting and
6-of-6 at the free throw line … Scored 16-straight points for Wooster in second half of one-point loss to Hiram (Jan. 29) … Was second on
team with 4.1 rebounds, including career-high eight in victory at Franciscan (Nov. 23).
2013 Soccer: Earned second-team all-conference honors … Regularly gained possession in the midfield and also got involved offensively
with three goals and two assists … Two goals came on penalty kicks … Defensively, helped Wooster hold 14 opponents to one goals or less
… NCAC Academic Honor Roll member.
2012-13 Basketball: Developed as the year progressed, averaging 9.2 points in 11 starts to close the season … Finished with 6.8 points
and 2.5 rebounds per game overall … Scored season-high 17 in win over archrival Wittenberg (Feb. 9), and also reached 14 points twice …
Shot nearly 80 percent (79.5) from the free throw line, making 31-of-39 attempts.
2012 Soccer: Was one of just two freshmen voted to the All-NCAC Team (honorable mention) … Earned nine starts, including the last
eight … Scored three goals over a four-game span, with each coming against a conference opponent … First career goal was in a 3-1 win at
DePauw (Oct. 13) … Also was a strong defensive contributor, helping the Scots shutout eight opponents on the season.
Prior to Wooster: Was named all-Southwest Ohio and all-Greater Miami Conference as a senior at Sycamore High School … Led the Aves’
soccer team in scoring as a junior and senior … Also earned three letters in girls basketball and two as a track athlete … Led the basketball
team to a 23-2 record and an appearance in the regional semifinals.
Personal: Born Dec. 15, 1993 … Daughter of Douglas and Erin Hancher … Majoring in communication sciences and disorders with a minor
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