GW's all-time leading goal scorer with 189 ... Tied for 10th all-time at GW with 201 career points and 100 career ejections drawn ... Also owns the program record for shots taken (532) ... First player in program history to score 50 goals in two different seasons.
Team co-captain ... Ranked third on the team with 34 goals, 36 points and 21 ejections drawn ... Added two assists and nine steals ... Took 100 shots on the year, third-most on the team, and posted a .340 shooting percentage, which ranked fifth ... Matched her career high with six points on five goals and an assist and added a steal against Gannon in the season-opening Bison Invite (Feb. 27) ... Notched a hat trick against in a 10-8 win over No. 22 Iona at the Lancer Invite to become GW's all-time leading goal scorer (March 12) ... Added two steals and two ejections drawn against the Gaels ... Scored four goals and drew two ejections in a 9-8 win at Chapman (March 16) ... Tallied a goal and two steals in the season finale against Brown at the CWPA Championship (May 1) ... Recognized on the GW Athletics Academic Dean's List ... A Legacy Leader in GW's Student-Athlete Leadership Academy.
Ranked third on the team with 53 goals, tied for the seventh-highest single-season total in program history ... Added four assists for 57 points, ranking fourth on the team ... Ranked second on the squad with 31 ejections drawn ... Also tallied 24 steals and five field blocks ... Took 148 shots on the year, also tied for seventh on GW's single-season list ... Notched 10 hat tricks on the season ... Recorded four goals and two ejections drawn in the season opener against Bucknell at the Bison Invite (Feb. 14) ... Tallied four goals, three steals and two ejections drawn against Siena at the Villanova Invite (Feb. 21) ... Had five goals and three ejections drawn against Mercyhurst (March 1) ... Recorded four goals and three steals against Occidental at the Convergence Tournament (March 6) ... Became the seventh player in program history to score 150 goals in her career with four against Notre Dame (Ohio) on April 12 ... Recognized on the ACWPC All-Academic Team and the CWPA Scholar-Athlete Team with superior status ... Also earned a spot on the GW Athletics Academic Dean's List.
Ranked second on the team with 46 goals and fifth with 48 points in 27 games played ... Took a team-high 135 shots on the year, tied for the seventh-most in a season in program history ... Also tied for fifth with 13 ejections drawn and tied for the team lead with three penalties drawn ... Tallied multiple goals 14 times with seven hat tricks ... Scored 25 goals in eight games from March 1-12 ... Collected four goals on five shots and drew three ejections against Brown (March 1) ... Also scored four in five attempts against Chapman at the Claremont Convergence (March 7) ... Scored the game-winning goal 15 seconds into sudden-death overtime to lift GW to an 11-10 win over Azusa Pacific at the same tournament (March 8) ... Matched her career high with three steals against Whittier later that day ... Scored a season-high five goals against Concordia (March 12) ... Recognized on the ACWPC All-Academic Team and the CWPA Scholar-Athlete Team with superior status ... Also earned a spot on the GW Athletics Academic Dean's List.
Led GW with 56 goals and ranked fourth on the team with 60 points in 28 games played in her inaugural campaign ... Also ranked second on the squad with 35 ejections drawn ... The 56 goals were the third-highest single-season total in program history and second-most ever by a Colonial rookie, while her 149 shots rank fourth in a season and are a GW freshman record ... Named CWPA Southern Division Player of the Week three times (Feb. 27, March 6, March 20), matching Allison Peotter ('09) and classmate Erin Donoghue for the most ever by a Colonial ... Also named Southern Division Player of the Week on March 6, joining Peotter as the only Colonials to win both awards in the same week ... Posted 14 multi-goal efforts, including 10 hat tricks ... Scored at least four goals in six straight games from Feb. 23-March 3, shooting 60.9 perncent (28-for-46) in that span ... Tallied five goals and added career highs of three steals and five ejections drawn against Iona at the CWPA/MAAC Crossover (Feb. 24) ... Scored a career-high six goals on just seven shots against Bucknell (March 3), the most goals by a GW freshman since 2004 and equaling the fifth-highest single-game total in program history ... All three goals against St. Francis (N.Y.) came on power plays (March 14) ... Recognized on the ACWPC All-Academic Team and the CWPA Scholar-Athlete Team with superior status ... Also earned a spot on the GW Athletics Academic Dean's List.
Team captain of Pacific Storm Water Polo, which took silver at the 2012 18U National Championships ... Tabbed to the All-Star Team at the national tournament ... Two-time defensive MVP at Earl Marriott Secondary ... Selected to the 2010 and 2011 British Columbia Water Polo High School Championships All-Star Team ... Team captain as a senior ... An honor roll student ... Received the Certificate of Excellence in social studies as a junior.
Hannah Elizabeth Cox ... Born May 24, 1994 in Charlottesville, Va. ... Daughter of Michael and Barbara Cox ... Has an older brother, Nathan ... Majoring in biology ... Aspires to practice veterinary medicine.