Penn State women's hockey fell to Princeton, 3-0, on Tuesday, January 29, 2013. Photos by Steve Hass.
NITTANY LION CAREER 2012-13: Appeared in 29 games for the Blue & White, tallying nine goals (third on PSU), five assists and 14 points, which ranked fourth on the team...Posted second-best shooting percentage on the team (.141)...Became the first Nittany Lion to tally a hat trick (vs. Sacred Heart, 11/2) and four points in a game (vs. Chatham, 1/4)...Tallied a goal in collegiate debut in a 6-1 win at Sacred Heart (10/20)...Buried a goal at St. Lawrence (12/8) before tallying two goals and two assists against Chatham (1/4), earning CHA Rookie of the Week...Scored against Mercyhurst (2/1)...Scored a goal in Penn State's narrow 3-2 loss to RIT (3/2) in the CHA First Round.
BEFORE PENN STATE
Played six years for the Alliance Bulldogs 19U girls' team, leading the team in points in the last four seasons...Totaled 166 games with 155 goals, 137 assists and 292 points...Had an outstanding 2010-11 campaign with 49 goals, 45 assists and 94 points in 48 games...Attending USA Hockey National Camps in 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2010...Led the Bulldogs as captain in 2011-12 and as assistant captain in 2010-11.
Hannah Ray Hoenshell was born December 30, 1993 in Dallas, Texas to Dale and Ann Hoenshell...Has two younger brothers named Tommy and Boone...Intends to major in pre-med with the hopes of being a pediatrician.
QUOTING HOENSHELL ON PENN STATE
"I chose Penn State because it provides me with a great education, social scene and the opportunity to be a part of the new Division I program. It has everything I want in a college."