AS A BLUE HEN
First-year member of the Blue Hens • one of five freshmen on the 2013-14 squad.
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 • 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 • enjoys running, writing, coaching and spending time with family and friends • favorite sports teams include the Boston Celtics and Toronto Maple Leafs.