HOF 1995 Elizabeth Hansell

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Elizabeth Hansell

  • Graduated form Weston-McEwen High School in 1995 with high honors

  • Athletic Accomplishments:

    • She was an outstanding athlete competing at the state level in 3 sports

    • All-league selection in all three sports

    • During her senior year helped lead the WM Volleyball team to the final eight at the state tournament

    • Played with the WM Basketball team that took third in state

    • Along with a fellow student, took the district doubles championship and competed at the state tournament in tennis

    • College Athletics:

      • She was recruited to play basketball for Whitman College

      • After her freshmen year she transferred to The Master's College in Southern California

      • During her senior year, the team made a first ever appearance in the NAIA Top 25, and with a 28-6 record entered the NAIA National Tournament

      • She was the first female in school history to achieve All-American honors

      • When she graduated, she was the college's all time female scoring leader, second in rebounds and third in assists

      • In 2005, she was inducted into The Master's College Hall of Fame

      • She played professional basketball in Australia for a year

  • She attended Indiana University of Pennsylvania where she obtained a Master's Degree in Political Science and was assistant coach for the Division 1 school as a graduate assistant

  • 2004-2011: Vice President with Meridian Pacific Inc. in Sacramento

  • 2011 Senior Vice President The Dolphin Group

  • 2017 Principal Elevate Public Affairs

Elizabeth Hansell