Hannah Alspach
Hannah  Alspach


Denton, Texas

High School:
Denton Guyer High School





FRESHMAN SEASON (2014): Started 20 of Auburn's 22 matches in 2014, majority on the back line...Totaled 1,712 minutes, tallying five assists, tying for the second-highest total on the team...Saw her first collegiate action as a substitute in the season-opener at Clemson (8/22), playing 34 minutes...Notched her first point as a college player by providing the assist for the game-winner at Furman (8/24), Alspach laid in the perfect cross just outside the 12-yard box where it was finished with the header by Ashley Kotero...After subbing in the first two matches, she started the remaining 20 matches, including each SEC match...Had her first point in conference play against No. 25 Missouri (10/10), then followed it up two maches later with her third assist of the season at Arkansas (10/19)...Tallied a season-high two assists as well has one shot on goal in the 2-0 win vs. Mississippi State (10/23)...Finished out the season with five total shots, three on goal, one each at Vanderbilt (9/26), at Arkansas (10/19) and vs. Missisippi State (10/23)...Started both games of the NCAA Tournament, playing a full 90 minutes in the 1-0 win over FGCU (11/15) and 84 minutes vs. Texas Tech (11/21) in the second round...Named to SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll.

 Played for Hugh Bradford and D'feeters...2011 Regionals Finalist...2010 LHGCL Grand Champions...2010-11 Premiere League Champions...2009 PLW Second (tied) State Cup semifinalist

HIGH SCHOOL: Two-year team captain...State Championship Game MVP...2013 11-4A District MVP...2013 TASCO All-State 1st Team...2012-13 DSD Varsity Scholar Athlete Award...GHS Student of the Month January 2013

PERSONAL: Daughter of Steve and Susan Alspach...Has three brothers: Sam (24), Max (22) and Zach (17)...Majoring in Pre-Exercise Science.

COACH HOPPA SAYS: "Hannah is a goal-scoring forward who never stops working. Her tenacity in and around the goal as well as her creative runs make her a great addition to our front line."

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