The George Washington University: Women's Tennis

Allison Hansen
Allison Hansen

Class:
Freshman

Hometown:
Champaign, IL

High School:
Centennial

Height:
5-7

Major:
Pre-arts and sciences



04/19/2014

GW Women's Tennis Overpowers Mason, 6-1, in Regular-Season Finale

Colonials Win Inaugural Revolutionary Rivalry Match on Senior Day

04/06/2014

GW Women's Tennis Overcomes Richmond, 4-3, in Singles Battles

Nederlander Clinches at No. 3 Singles as Colonials Top Spiders for First Time Since 2010

02/17/2014

GW Women's Tennis Tops UMBC, 6-1

Colonials Down Retrievers for First Win of 2014

01/24/2014

GW Women's Tennis Opens 2014 Season at Maryland on Saturday

Colonials Look to Make Mark in A-10 With Mix of Veterans, Newcomers

10/13/2013

GW Women's Tennis Advances at Navy Blue and Gold Invitational

Singles Duo Reaches Semifinals, Doubles Teams Reach Finals

High School: Two-time captain and three-time team MVP at Centennial...Competed at the No. 1 singles position and compiled a four-year record of 102-18...Snapped high school record for career victories...Won conference singles title her sophomore junior and senior seasons and won sectional title her senior year...Qualified for state championship in singles three straight years...Won conference championship at No. 1 doubles her sophomore season...Also participated in band...Member of National Honors Society and Math Honors Society and Mu Alpha Theta...Two-time recipient of Mathematical Excellence Award and three-year academic letter honoree...Earned Big 12 Scholar-Athlete Award for three straight years and won Illinois High School Association of Scholastic Achievement award her junior and senior years...Ranked No. 1 in class of 309 at end of junior year.

Personal: Born Allison Lee Hansen on July 22, 1995 in Park Ridge, IL...Daughter of LuAnn and Steven Hansen...Has one younger brother, Graham...Aspires to major in biomedical engineering.

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