The George Washington University: Men's Tennis

Erik Hannah
Erik Hannah

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Bradenton, FL

High School:
Laurel Springs (CA)

Height:
5-10

Birthdate:
06/02/1990



2010-11: Wrapped up a perfect 30-0 record against Atlantic 10 opponents ... in fall tournaments, posted a 6-3 doubles record with Ugur Atalay, beating teams from No. 2 Virgina, No. 35 Virgina Tech, and No. 53 Boise State ... went 5-4 in fall tournament singles ... posted a 14-6 spring singles record, and an 11-9 record in No. 1 doubles with Atalay ... went 2-0 in singles at to help the Colonials win the 2011 Atlantic 10 Championship and earn a bid to the NCAA Championship ... fell to No. 12 Duke in the first round of the NCAA Championship, while his doubles match went unfinished with Richard Blumenfeld ... named to the Atlantic 10 All-Conference First Team.

2009-10: Went 18-11 in singles action during his junior spring season ... named to A-10 All-Conference first team ... began the spring season ranked No. 29 nationally with Ugur Atalay in the Campbell's/ITA College Tennis poll ... went 6-0 in singles competition against A-10 opponents ... named team MVP.

2008-09: Named to Atlantic 10 All-Conference second team ... posted 14-6 singles record ... went 8-11 in doubles play ... went 2-0 at the Conference tournament ... post 8-0 record against A-10 opponents in singles.

2007-08: Undefeated in Atlantic 10 play ... A-10 All-Conference ... 2008 SAAC Representative.

High School: 2007 IMG/Bolittieri Student Athlete of the Year ... 2007 US Junior Davis Cup Sportsman of the Year ... 2007 USTA Copper Bowl 18's Finalist ... Ranked in the Top-30 in USTA Boys 18's in singles and doubles.

Personal: Erik John Hannah ... Born June 2, 1990, in Costa Mesa, CA ... Son of Craig and Mary Hannah.

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