Hannah Green of Holy Trinity High School has officially committed to Coach Mark English and the Memorial Sea-Hawks for the 2019-2020 season.
"Having Hannah commit to our program is very exciting. I have been following Hannah's development since she was in grade 8. She has improved every year and proves every game that she is first of all a great teammate. Her skill level and basketball IQ are impressive, but what sets her apart is her competitiveness. We are really looking forward to working with Hannah over the next 5 years and helping her reach her academic and athletic goals." - Coach English
Name: Hannah Green
Hometown: Flatrock, NL
Hannah attends Holy Trinity High School and has been starting on her high school team since Grade 9. Hannah has been a major part of the development and success of basketball in the Torbay area over the last number of years. She has represented her province as a member of the U15 and U17 provincial teams and she had the opportunity to play in the 2017 Canada Games in Winnipeg, Manitoba.
Hannah is very strong academically and is very involved in her High School. She is an honour roll student and was elected Vice-President of her high school this year. She has had numerous athletic accomplishments as well. She was named an All Star at the Atlantic Canadian Championships, Athlete of the Year in her high school, and she was named Jr. MVP at the Memorial Women's Basketball Identification Camp in 2016. Hannah was also invited to Canada Basketball's Cadet age group assessment camp two years in a row.
Hannah is planning to study Music at Memorial.
"I am fulfilled with gratitude and value all of the opportunities that have lead me towards becoming a player for the Sea-Hawks. Committing to Memorial is an incredible opportunity and I'm looking forward to getting started." - Hannah Green