Played in 20 matches...scored nine goals on 18 attempts (50.0 percent)...registered seven steals, three blocks, three assists and three earned exclusions...tied her career high with two goals in back-to-back games on the same day (March 5) - at Arizona State and versus Cal Baptist...overall, scored at least one goal in seven matches.
Played in six matches...scored three goals on 10 attempts (30.0 percent)...collected two steals...scored in each of UCLA's victories at Sonoma State (Feb. 21), at Loyola Marymount (April 8) and at the NCAA Tournament against Marist (May 15).
Played in 25 matches, making two starts...scored nine goals on 25 attempts (36.0 percent)...totaled four assists, four steals and two blocks...earned ACWPC Academic All-America honors as an "excellent" selection...registered a season-high two goals against San Diego State (Feb. 13)...scored in eight total matches...had one goal in UCLA's first-round NCAA Tournament victory against Michigan at the University of Maryland (May 8)...scored first collegiate goal against Bucknell at the Michigan Invitational in UCLA's season opener (Jan. 24).
Four-year varsity water polo and lacrosse letterwinner at Coronado High School under head coaches Randy Burgess and David Throop (water polo) and Jessica Battle (lacrosse)...named the 2008 San Diego Union Tribune and CIF Division II Women's Water Polo Player of the Year...also earned first-team All-County honors from the San Diego Union Tribune and first-team All-Western League accolades in 2007 and 2008...selected as a first-team All-Academic Water Polo selection by the San Diego Tribune in 2007 and 2008...earned Coronado team MVP honors as a senior...captured second-team All-CIF Division II honors and second-team All-Western League accolades in 2006...named the Coronado team offensive MVP as a freshman in 2005...helped lead Coronado to the CIF Finals each of her four seasons - Coronado won the 2008 CIF Division II title...a talented lacrosse player, earned first-team All-League and All-Section honors in 2007 and 2008...also gained first All-League accolades in 2006.
Competed for the Coronado Water Polo Club and San Diego Shores Water Polo Club...competed at the 2008 U.S. national Junior Olympics (18-and-under), earning All-America honorable mention accolades...earned All-America honors at the 2006 U.S. National Junior Olympics (16-and-under)...recipient of the Maureen O'Toole Award at the 2003 Speedo Cup, leading Coronado to a bronze medal finish...captured All-America honors at the 2002 U.S. National Junior Olympics, leading Coronado to a bronze medal finish.
Full name: Hannah Rose Sebenaler (last name pronounced SEE-ben-ah-ler)...born July 10, 1990 in Coronado, Calif...Hannah is the daughter of Brian and Suzanne Sebenaler...lists her greatest athletic thrill to date as helping lead Coronado High School to the 2008 CIF Division II title...Spanish and community and culture major.
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