34 Jen Hansen
Jen Hansen


Seminole, Fla.

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Army Overcomes 19-Point Deficit To Top Lehigh, 78-69

Kelsey Minato Leads The Way With 31 Points

2005-06 Season:
Has 143 career three-pointers for the top spot in the Black Knight record book ... has a .808 (122-151) free throw percentage for first in career ledger ... appeared in all 31 games with 21 starts ... averaged 16.1 minutes per outing ... fifth on the team in points (159) and sixth in scoring (5.1 ppg) ... averaged 2.3 rebounds per contest ... third on the team with 49 assists ... became Army's all-time leader in three-point field goals against Coast Guard ... sunk at least one three-pointer in 20 games, and two or more during 10 contests ... scored seven points at Central Connecticut State ... registered nine points and five rebounds versus Gardner-Webb ... recorded first blocked shot of the season against Holy Cross ... dished out a season-best five assists at American ... had first double-digit scoring effort of the season at Navy with 11 points, including a season-high three from behind the arc ... played a season-high 28 minutes in the "Star Match" against the Mids, chipping in a season-best 17 points ... went 9 of 10 from the foul line against Navy, career-bests for both made shots and attempts ... recorded five rebounds and one block at Holy Cross and again versus American ... chipped in 10 points and a season-high seven rebounds versus Bucknell ... equaled career high with a blocked shot and added five points versus Tennessee in NCAA Tournament first round.

2004-05 Season:
Tied Christine Gassman for the top spot in the Black Knight three-point record book with 112 career three-pointers ... averaged 27.9 minutes per outing ... appeared in all 28 games with 26 starts ... second on the team in scoring (10.6 ppg.) and steals (31) ... led the team with 81 assists ... team's top three-point threat with 65 treys on the year (highest single-season mark at Army) ... 12th in the Patriot League in scoring, third in three-pointers made and ninth in assists ... connected on at least one three-pointer in 24 of 28 games ... 16 double-figure scoring games ... season-high 21 points, one shy of her career high, against South Florida ... also played a career-high 39 minutes against the Bulls ... tied personal best with five three-pointers against Iona, Holy Cross and Lafayette ... dished out seven assists versus Central Connecticut for a personal best ... perfect 6-6 from the foul line against Air Force ... career-best eight rebounds against Cornell ... went 6-7 against Navy from the charity stripe.

2003-04 Season:
Named to Patriot League All-Rookie Team ... fifth Army player to earn that honor ... appeared in all 28 games with 16 starts, averaging 25.0 minutes ... third on the team in scoring (7.9 ppg.) and third in steals (32) ... one of team's top three-point threats with 47 treys on the year (fourth-highest single-season mark at Army) ... named Patriot League "Rookie of the Week" on Dec. 15 and Feb. 9 ... 26th in Patriot League in scoring and fifth in three-pointers made ... connected on at least one three-pointer in 23 of 28 games ... eight double-figure scoring games ... career-high 22 points in Patriot League Tournament quarterfinal versus Lehigh ... hit career-best 5-9 three-pointers in 24 minutes of work ... contributed 12 points in Army debut against Columbia ... also had seven rebounds against the Lions, second-most on the team ... named to North Star Invitational team for tallying 23 points, three rebounds and three assists in two games ... team-high nine points, all on three-pointers, against No. 23 Auburn ... earned first start of season against Air Force, contributing eight points, four rebounds and three steals ... season-best five assists versus Holy Cross ... tied career-best with five three-pointers vs. Navy ... 14 points including 11 in second half in upset-win over Holy Cross ... also perfect 6-6 from the foul line.

High School:
Four-year letterwinner at Seminole ... three-time MVP and team co-captain ... all-time leader in points (1,968), rebounds (825) and assists (640) ... set single-game scoring record with 39 points ... team advanced to state playoffs and finished fifth with a 29-3 overall record ... three-time first team all-county honoree ... also garnered First Team All-Suncoast honors twice ... named to all-state first team as a senior ... chosen all-tournament MVP six times throughout career ... Most Valuable Player of County Senior All-Star Game ... selected to participate in State All-Star game ... averaged 22.3 points, 8.0 rebounds and 6.9 assists as a senior ... won four AAU State Championships to advance to National Tournament ... also earned four letters in volleyball.

Given name is Jennifer Michelle Hansen ... born Sept. 8, 1984 ... parents' names are Margaret Simmons and Paul Hansen ... one older brother, John, and one older sister, Gina ... cousin, Robert Decker, is a 2002 graduate of the U.S. Military Academy ... grandfather, William Stoner, served in the Army during World War II ... brother, John, also served in the Army ... Treasurer of National Honor Society ... member of Mu Alpha Theta ... won Math Department PRIDE Award as a senior ... chosen as Seminole's "Female Athlete of the Year" as a senior ... earned Pinellas County's Outstanding Female Scholar Athlete for Winter Sports in 2002 and Fall Sports in 2003 ... named John Lynch Star of the Month ... ranked fourth in her class with a 4.56 GPA ... major is Civil Engineering.

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