Three-time letterwinner for the Blue Hens • second in program history with .393 3-point shooting percentage, behind only All-American Elena Delle Donne’s .409 • also seventh all-time with clip of .813 from the charity stripe • eighth overall with 96 treys, 29th with 470 rebounds and 38th with 746 points • CAA All-Academic Team • team Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) representative with Alexis Sears.
Team co-captain alongside classmate Erika Brown.
Team co-captain alongside senior Alecia Bell • ranked third in the CAA and 10th in Delaware single-season history with a 38.3 3-point shooting percentage • made 41 total treys, a mark good for 18th in single-season history while 107 3-pointers attempted ranks her 21st • averaged 7.4 points and 3.9 rebounds per game • went 22-of-24 from the charity stripe for a free throw percentage of 91.7 • registered a career game with 31 points on 10-of-22 shooting from the floor (5-of-12 from behind the arc) in 48 minutes played • 12 3-point attempts good for second in program single-game record books • PNC Bank Student-Athlete Achiever • CAA All-Academic Team.
Started all 32 games for the Blue Hens • third on the team and 15th in the CAA with 11.8 points per game • led Delaware and finished eighth in the league with 6.7 rebounds per game • placed fourth in the CAA with 5.3 defensive rebounds per contest • led the conference with .434 3-point field goal percentage on 50-of-118 shooting from behind the arc • 3-point shooting percentage also fifth in UD single-season history • registered 1.6 3-pointers per game, a mark good for 11th in the CAA • logged 34.5 minutes per game, which was good for fifth in the CAA and totaled 1105 minutes, placing fourth in school single-season history • .434 field goal percentage 13th in the CAA • finished third in Delaware single-season history with .924 free throw percentage and eighth with 50 3-point field goals made • collected a career-best 27 points with 10 field goals against UNCW (Feb. 8) • went a perfect 8-for-8 from the free throw line at Elon (March 4) • posted first career double double with 12 points and 11 rebounds versus Rider (Dec. 29) • tied a school CAA Tournament record with three treys against Drexel (March 13) in the quarterfinals • named the National 5 & 10 Best of the Blue Hens Athlete of the Week (Jan. 5) • Team Most Improved Player • Blue Hen Basketball Club Outstanding Achievement • All-CAA Academic Team.
Appeared in 29 games while starting the final 18 of 19 games played • averaged 4.8 points and 4.7 rebounds in addition to totaling 26 assists, 23 steals and eight blocked shots in first collegiate season • swatted two baskets against Howard in the UCF Thanksgiving Classic on Dec. 1 • started first career game at William & Mary on Jan 9 • registered back-to-back double figure games with 10 points vs. Northeastern (Jan. 30) and 13 points at Towson (Feb. 2) to earn CAA Co-Rookie of the Week accolades • also collected 13 points against the Tribe on Feb. 23 • pulled down 10 boards at UNCW (Feb. 7) and 12 rebounds vs. the College of Charleston (Feb. 14) in back-to-back contests • dished out five assists against the Tigers at home on Feb. 16 • Joyce Perry Coaches Award selection • voted the UD Team Sportsmanship Award honoree.
Starter for the Canadian U16 Women’s National team that won the bronze medal at FIBA World Qualifiers in Mexico (2011) • member of the Canadian U17 Women’s National team that also earned the bronze medal at FIBA World Championships in Amsterdam (2012).
Started all four years for O’Donel High School Senior Girls Basketball team under head coach Mike Jardine • led O’Donel to two Elite 8 Provincial Championships and one 4A Provincial Championship • averaged 29 points and 14 rebounds per game as a senior • led the Patriots in scoring and rebound all four seasons • Newfoundland Provincial Female Athlete of the Year • back-to-back Mount Pearl Athlete of the Year and St. John’s Athlete of the Year • four-time O’Donel High School Female Athlete of the Year • two-time Elite 8 Provincial Championship MVP • MVP of 4A Provincial Championship • also started for the volleyball, softball and soccer teams • three-year honor roll student • completed the advanced math and French immersion programs • O’Donel High School Student of the Year (2012-13) • student council president • Mentoring Coordinator and Outreach Program leader • Mount Pearl Minor Basketball Association referee and coach.
Hannah Elizabeth Jardine [“jar—dean”] • born March 6, 1995 in St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada • daughter of Mike and Carina Jardine • has a younger sister, Caroline • father is an engineer and mother is a teacher • parents, aunt (Nita Chambers) and uncle (Clarence Sutton) all played basketball at Memorial University of Newfoundland • majoring in mechanical engineering with a goal of becoming a doctor upon graduation • minoring in biomechanics • enjoys running, writing, coaching and spending time with family and friends • favorite sports teams include the Boston Celtics and Toronto Maple Leafs • spent summer of 2016 with doing research for cerebral palsy patients.
Points: 31 at George Mason, 12/7/15
Field Goals: 10 – 2x, last at George Mason, 12/7/15
Field Goal Att.: 22 at George Mason, 12/7/15
3-pt. Field Goals: 5 – 2x, last at George Mason, 12/7/15
3-pt. Field Goals Att.: 12 at George Mason, 12/7/15
Free Throws: 8 at Elon, 3/4/15
Free Throw Att.: 8 at Elon, 3/4/15
Rebounds: 15 at Lafayette, 11/14/14
Assists: 5 – 3x, last vs. College of Charleston, 1/6/15
Blocks: 2 – 5x, last vs. Drexel, 3/13/15 (CAA Tournament)
Steals: 3 – 3x, last at Northeastern, 3/2/14
Minutes: 48 at George Mason, 12/7/15
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