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#10 Hannah Quilling
Position: G
Height: 5'7"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Eau Claire, Wis. (North)
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GREEN BAY CAREER


2011-12 Season

  • JoAnne Jennings Award recipient given to player who represents characteristics of a hard work ethic, a desire to be the best, a passion to overcome barriers, and a strong desire to achieve success in the classroom
  • Played in 127 games for the Phoenix, fourth among players in program history

  • Finished second in the league in assist/turnover ratio (1.5)

  • Finished sixth in the league with 2.0 steals per game and ninth with 3.0 assists
  • Suffered rib injury midway through first half at UIC Mar. 3, did not return to play

  • Dished our a game and career-high eight assists Feb. 16 at Cleveland State

  • Poured in a game and season-high four three pointers Feb. 9 against Detroit, finishing with 13 points

  • Horizon League Fall Academic Honor Roll
  • Winter University Leadership Award recipient

  • Matched a career-high 14 points in home opening 84-68 win over Toledo

  • Suffered broken nose twice throughout a span of six months

2010-11 Season

  • Led Horizon League in assist-turnover ratio (1.9) with 121 assists and 64 turnovers

  • Horizon League Spring Academic Honor Roll

  • Fall Horizon League Academic Honor Roll selection

  • Started 20 consecutive games for the Phoenix

  • Dished out a career-high 11 assists vs. Milwaukee Jan. 22 while setting a Kress Center record in the statistic

  • Played a career and game-high 39 minutes vs. Milwaukee Jan. 22

  • Made first start of the season Jan. 12 against Loyola

  • Sparked Green Bay in 60-40 win over Utah after scoring 10 first half points before finishing with 12

  • Scored nine points off the bench in her regular season debut against Minnesota Nov. 14

2009-10 Season

  • Played in 27 of a possible 31 games, missing the first four due to a finger injury

  • Averaged 4.8 points and 2.7 assists per game

  • Made 20 starts and saw 27.2 minutes of work per contest

  • Had four double-figure scoring games and doled out at least five assists on six occasions

  • Averaged 8.0 points per game over the final three games

  • Shot 4-for-4 from three-point range at Ball State on Dec. 10

  • Scored a career-high 14 points against Detroit on Jan. 9

  • Had double-figure scoring games versus two other conference foes (10 vs. Butler on Jan. 28 and 12 vs. Cleveland State on March 6)

  • Garbbed a career-best six rebounds at Evansville on Dec. 12

  • Had a career-high seven steals against Milwaukee on Jan. 16

  • Played a season-high 37 minutes at Loyola on Jan. 21

2008-09 Season

  • Played in 30 of 33 games averaging 10.5 minutes per contest

  • Topped the freshman class in points (53), assists (33) and steals (22)

  • Led the team with a career-best seven assists vs. Loyola Feb. 21

  • Scored an impressive 12 points in 13 minutes of play vs. Detroit Jan. 15

  • Totaled eight points in Horizon League championship game vs. Milwaukee on March 15

HIGH SCHOOL


  • McDonald's All-America nominee

  • Four-year varsity starter

  • Averaged 14.7 points and 5.0 assists per game while shooting 44 percent from the three-point line as a senior

  • Scored more than 1,000 career points as a prep at Eau Claire North

  • Earned conference player of the year honors as a junior and senior

  • Also was an all-conference honoree as a freshman and sophomore

  • WBCA All-Star Game MVP, aiding the North an an 81-64 win with a team-high 20 points

  • Aided her AAU squad to post back-to-back state championships

  • Aided North in gathering three conference championships

  • Also lettered in volleyball, soccer and cross country as a prep

  • Was a first-team all-conference selection in soccer as a four-year letterwinner

  • Set school record for most goals and assists in a season

  • Was named an all-conference selection in volleyball

  • Earned North's all-around athlete of the year award

  • National Honor Society member

  • Received North's scholar-athlete of the year award as a senior

  • High school coach was Dan Sippel

PERSONAL


  • Born Hannah Rose Quilling

  • Parents are Chris and Jeni Quilling

  • Has an older sister, Heather and older brothers, Dustin and Josh

  • Brother Josh played football at the University of Minnesota Duluth

  • Majoring in Human Biology with an emphasis in Health Science

  • Minor is Human Development

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