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  Katie Hansen
Katie Hansen

Player Profile
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Coronado, CA

High School:
Coronado

Height:
5-9

Position:
Driver

Birthdate:
03/27/1985

Major:
Human Biology


Summer 2006: Trained with the National Team in June ... Interned at Hospital Infantil de las Californias in Tijuana during July and September ... Traveled in Guatemala in August.

As a Junior in 2006: Finished second on the team with 47 goals ... Helped the team to its fourth MPSF Championship and a third-place finish at the NCAA Championships ... Earned First Team All-American honors ... Named to the All-MPSF First Team ... Led the team in scoring on nine occasions and scored in 22 of 29 games ... Registered 14 multiple-goal games ... Scored in 11 straight matches during March and April ... Scored a career-high six goals against Hawaii (3/28), including four in the first half ... Netted four goals against Arizona State (4/9) ... Posted four hat tricks during the season, against Michigan (2/11), UC Santa Barbara (2/18), CS Northridge (2/19) and UCLA (4/29) ... Registered goals in all three MPSF Championship games ... Named to the MPSF All-Tournament Team ... Netted a goal against UCLA (5/13) in the NCAA Semifinals ... An MPSF Academic All-Conference honoree ... Named to the AWPCA All-Academic Team.

Summer 2005: Played with the US National Team in the FINA World League finals in Kirishi, Russia ... Was named Co-MVP at the USA Water Polo National Championships after leading the San Diego Shores to the 2005 title ... Also led the Shores to a third-place finish at the Junior Nationals, earning First-Team All-American honors ... During the school year, played for the gold-medal winning Team USA at the Junior Pan-American Games in El Salvador, as well as the USA Junior National Team that won gold at the Junior World Championships in Perth, Australia.

As a Sophomore in 2005: Stanford's leading scorer with 43 goals ... Played in all 29 games for the Cardinal ... Earned AWPCA Second-Team All-American honors ... Named to the MPSF All-Conference Second-Team ... Helped the team to second-place finishes at both the MPSF and NCAA championships ... Netted a goal versus UCLA (5/15) in the NCAA championship game ... Scored in Stanford's NCAA semifinal victory over USC (5/14) ... Notched two goals in an upset win over USC (4/30) in the MPSF semifinal ... Scored three goals in the Big Splash (4/23), as well as against UC San Diego (2/25), CS Northridge (2/19) and against Hawaii (2/11) in the conference opener ... Recorded a career-high four goals against UC Davis (4/17) and also against San Jose State (2/13) in the Stanford Invitational.

Summer 2004: Played for the gold-medal winning Team USA at the Junior Pan-American Games in El Salvador.

As a Freshman in 2004: Contributed to Stanford's third-place finish at the NCAA Championship... Scored 24 goals for the Cardinal ... Academic All-American ... MPSF All-Freshman Team.

High School: Named Harbor League, CIF and Union Tribune Most Valuable Player in 2003 ... Named team's Defensive MVP in 2000, Offensive MVP in 2001 and team MVP in 2002 and 2003 ... Named swimming team MVP four-straight years ... Four-time varsity letterwinner in water polo and swimming ... Co-captain of the water polo team during sophomore, junior and senior seasons and captain of the swimming team during junior and senior seasons ... Competed for the Coronado Peninsula Water Polo Club.

Personal: Born March 27, 1985, in Sumatra, Indonesia ... Daughter of Al and Janie Hansen ... Has one sister, Lizzie ... Human Biology major ... Enjoys scuba diving, tie-dying, snorkeling, traveling, thrift store shopping, lowtide bike riding, sailing and Jimmy Buffet ... Most exciting sports moments were winning the 2003 CIF Championship and the 2001 Hawaii Championship.


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