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Shannon Hanley
Shannon  Hanley


Kensington, Maryland



WTN: Penn State Falls to Pitt, 5-2

Shannon Hanley and Gabby O'Gorman pick up singles wins


WTN: Penn State defeats Marshall 5-2

Nittany Lions snap two game losing streak with win


WTN: Nittany Lions fall to JMU

Team suffers second loss of the season


WTN: Nittany Lions Suffer First Loss of Season

Penn State falls 5-2 to Columbia


WTN: Nittany Lions Dominate Temple

Team wins match 4-0

2017 FALL: Saw action in three tournaments. Had eight singles matches, winning four. Singles wins were highlighted at the UNCW Invitational where she picked up three wins. Paired with Bennett Dunn in doubles to post a winning record of 4-3, good for second most doubles wins as a pair on the team. 

2016-17 SPRING SEASON- FRESHMAN: Hanley recorded 36 singles matches and 26 doubles matches throughout the season. Had four Big Ten singles wins against Wisconsin, Nebraska, Maryland and Purdue. Had three Big Ten doubles wins against Minnesota, Iowa and Purdue. 

2016 FALL:
Made 15 singles and seven doubles appearances. Picked up doubles wins with partner Samantha Smith agaisnt Drexel University and College of William and Mary. Recorded a singles win agianst #8 Montana Moore of #1 Tyler JC 6-2, 6-3. Defeated Christina Makarova of #10Duke University 6-3, 0-6, 1-0.

JUNIOR CAREER: Ranks No. 56 nationally and holds a No. 3 rank in the state of Maryland. Shannon also holds achievements in the USTA Mid-Atlantic Region with a rank of No. 2 in girls 18 singles, two National Open doubles titles, singles and doubles champion of Washington Catholic Athletic Conference (WCAC) her freshman, junior, and senior years, and was a team member of Washington Posts First team All-Met Spring, 2015. Hanley was undefeated in all four years of her high school play in singles action. She was a member of the National Honors Society, a Student Ambassador member, and a member of her Student Government at her high school.


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