Hannah Quilling-Iverson
Position: Director of Player Development
Hometown: Eau Claire, Wis.
Alma Mater: Green Bay
Graduating Year: 2012
Experience: 1 Year

Head coach Kevin Borseth has announced the hiring of Hannah Quilling-Iverson as the Director of Player Development for the Green Bay women’s basketball program. Quilling-Iverson’s role with the team will pertain to player management, program operations and assisting in the set up of on-campus recruiting and coordinating official and unofficial visits for potential recruits.

“We are excited to welcome Hannah back to Green Bay,” Borseth said. “She has a true love for the community, university and program, which makes her a perfect fit. Her experiences as a student-athlete at Green Bay will benefit her in her new role as the Director of Player Development.”

Quilling-Iverson, a native of Eau Claire, Wis., most recently served as the director of basketball operations at the University of Illinois and was responsible for all aspects of game scheduling, team travel, practice scheduling and special appearances, and was the staff’s chief liaison with the rest of the Division of Intercollegiate Athletics.

Prior to her arrival at Illinois, Quilling-Iverson spent two seasons as an assistant coach at Ashford University. She helped the Saints to the 2014 Association of Independent Institutions tournament championship, earning Ashford a berth in the NAIA Division II Women’s Basketball Championship tournament, the first conference title and appearance in the NAIA D-II tournament in Saints history.

“The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay and the Green Bay community helped mold me into the person I am today,” Quilling-Iverson said. “It is this culture of excellence that shaped my values and drove me to accept only my best effort. I am thrilled and honored to be coming home to a place that holds such a special place in my heart.”

Quilling-Iverson earned a bachelor’s degree in human biology with an emphasis in health science and minors in human development and biology from UW-Green Bay in 2012. She also went on to complete her master’s degree in organizational management with a specialization in organizational leadership from Ashford in 2014.

During her collegiate career with the Phoenix, Quilling-Iverson finished in the top 10 for games played in program history while leading the Phoenix to one of its best four-year stretches ever. She helped Green Bay to a 122-13 record – including a 68-4 mark in Horizon League play – four NCAA Tournament berths and a trip to the Sweet 16 in 2011. She led the Horizon League in assist-to-turnover ratio in 2011-12, was sixth in steals per game and ninth in assists per game. She was also named to the Horizon League Honor Roll, earned the UW- Green Bay Chancellor’s Leadership Medallion, was a two-time recipient of the UW-Green Bay University Leadership Award and the Patricia Hinckley Scholarship, and won the JoAnne Jennings Award in 2012.

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