Andrea Hannasch
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Andrea  Hannasch

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
New Braunfels, Texas

High School:
New Braunfels HS

Height:
6-2

Position:
MB

Birthdate:
10/25/1990

Experience:
3V

12/13/2012

Hannasch Named Second Team Academic All-American

Hannasch Named Second Team Academic All-American

12/12/2012

Fouch, Hannasch Named HM AVCA All-Americans

Fouch, Hannasch Named HM AVCA All-Americans

12/04/2012

Fouch, Hannasch Earn All-West Region Volleyball Honors

Fouch, Hannasch Earn All-Region Volleyball Honors

11/29/2012

Aztecs Drop Heartbreaker To St. Mary's At NCAA Tourney

Aztecs Fall To St. Mary's At NCAA Tournament

11/27/2012

Aztecs To Face St. Mary's In NCAA First Round

Volleyball to play St. Mary's in NCAA Tournament

SAN DIEGO STATE 2011
Named honorable mention AVCA All-American as well as first team all-West Region ... Member of the all-Mountain west team for second consecutive year ... In all matches finished ninth in hitting percentage, eighth in kills, third in blocks and sixth in points ... In conference contest was third in hitting percentage, ninth in kills, sixth in blocks and fourth in points ... All-tournament selection at the Aztec Invitational ... Was chosen as the Mountain West Player of the Week on Aug. 29 after averaging 3.58 kills and 1.75 blocks per set with a .398 hitting percentage during three matches at the Aztec Invitational (Aug. 26-27) ... Had a career-high 30 points and tied career best with 11 total blocks in win at New Mexico on Oct. 9 ... Recorded season-highs of 20 kills and three service aces in that match as well ... Also had three service aces. Against TCU on Nov. 5 ... Against Boise State on Oct. 15 had 13 kills on 17 attempts with no errors for a career-high .765 hitting percentage ... Season-best 10 digs in four-set win over New Mexico on Nov. 3 ... Season-high nine blocks assists vs. UC Irvine on Aug. 26 and vs. Cal State Fullerton on Sept. 20 ... Earned a Mountain West Scholar-Athlete honors (3.5 cumulative gpa or higher) and was a named to the all-Mountain West Academic team ... Honored as an SDSU Scholar-Athlete for third consecutive year.

SAN DIEGO STATE 2010
Named to the 2010 all-Mountain West team ... Finished fifth in blocking in the league's overall stats with an average of 1.23 blocks per set ... In conference matches ranked fourth at 1.20 blocks per set ... Her 129 block assists were the 10th-most ever in a single season by an Aztec player ... Notched at least one block in every match in each of the Aztecs' 32 matches ... Named the Mountain West co-Player of the Week on Sept. 27 for her performance in matches vs. New Mexico and TCU ... In those two contests she average 3.50 kills and 1.63 blocks per set with a .535 hitting percentage ... Career-high 18 kills and 23 points in the victory at Brigham Young on Nov. 6 ... Also set her career high with 17 digs vs. UC Riverside on Oct. 26 ... Had total of four double-digit dig efforts ... Recorded four double-doubles during the season ... Career-high attack percentage came against New Mexico (Sept. 23) when she hit .688 (12k-1e-16ta) ... Turned in a career-best three assists vs. UC Irvine on Sept. 11 ... Named a Mountain West Scholar-Athlete (3.5 cumulative gpa or higher) and was a member of the all-Mountain West Academic team ... Honored as an SDSU Scholar-Athlete as well.

SAN DIEGO STATE 2009
Started every match and played in every game as a true freshman ... Named to the all-tournament team at the USF Asics/Coca-Cola Challenge Had at least one block in 28 of 29 matches ... Her .280 hitting percentage was second-best on the squad ... Finished with a .300 hitting percentage or better in 13 matches ... Had season-high 16 kills in matches against Utah (Nov. 19) and Brigham Young (Nov. 21) ... Named Mountain West Conference Player of the Week on Nov. 23 after averaging 4.00 kills, 0.62 digs and 4.50 points per set while hitting .450 over those two matches ... Had 11 block assists at Air Force on Nov. 14, a mark that tied for most in the conference during the 2009 season ... Finished fourth in the MWC overall stats in blocks (1.11 blocks per set) and points (3.22 points per set) ... In league matches, was fifth in blocks (1.14 bps) and ninth in points (3.23 pps) ... Led the Aztecs in service aces (25) and points per set (3.22) ... Season-best four service aces against both San Jose State (Aug. 29) and Brigham Young (Sept. 17) ... Named a 2009 MWC Scholar-Athlete and was a member of the conference all-academic team.

HIGH SCHOOL
Won four varsity letters as a volleyball player at New Braunfels High School Where she played under Coach Phyllis Fowler ... Earned all-state honors as a junior and senior ... Also named to San Antonio Super Elite Team both of those seasons ... Selected to the Texas All-Star Team as a senior ... Three-time all-district selection, winning second-team honors as a sophomore and first-team accolades her final two years ... District MVP during her junior season ... As a senior she was named a Prep Volleyball Senior Ace as one of the top 250 seniors in the nation and was a member of the 2008 academic all-state squad ... Averaged 4.55 kills, 0.75 aces and 3.1 digs per game while recoding 69.5 blocks ... Played softball in 2006 and 2007 ... Competed for track team her final two years ... Won the Class 5A state discus title as a senior, throwing a 2009 area-best and school-record 147-7 ... Two-time all-area selection as a discus thrower ... As a student, she was a four-time academic all-district selection ranking and graduated 12th in her class ... An academic all-state selection ... Named the girls high school athlete of the year by the San Antonio Express-News.

CLUB
Player with the Extec Volleyball Club for four years ... Team competed in Junior Olympics all four years ... Also competed with the Maverick Volleyball Club that qualified for the Junior Olympics in 2005 ... Member of the Centex club for three seasons.

PERSONAL
Andrea Jeanne Hannasch was born Oct. 25, 1990 in San Antonio, Texas ... Daughter of Rick and Terri Hannasch ... Hobbies include reading, wakeboarding and drawing ... Favorite athlete is beach volleyball player Kerri Walsh ... Majoring in math with minors in physics and computer science..

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