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#42 Hana Potter
Position: Forward
Height: 6'2"
Year: Senior
Hometown: St. Louis Park, Minn.
High School: Hopkins HS
Experience: 3 Years
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WSU CAREER

JUNIOR (2012-13): Appeared in 30 games…averaged 2.8 ppg and 2.5 rpg…recorded 14 assists, nine steals and four blocks…scored seven points in season-opener at Minnesota…had four points, two steals and grabbed a career-high 10 rebounds against South Dakota State…scored nine points in win over Monmouth…had seven points and six rebounds in win over BYU…score season high 11 points and grabbed five boards at UC Riverside…had eight rebounds at No. 14 UCLA…scored seven points against Oregon…had four points in wins at Arizona and against USC…scored five points and grabbed five rebounds at No. 20 Colorado…had eight points and two steals against Stanford in Pac-12 Conference Tournament quarterfinal.

SOPHOMORE (2011-12): Appeared in all 33 games, made one start…averaged 2.8 ppg and 1.5 rpg in 10.0 mpg…recorded 11 steals, six blocks and seven assists…scored four points and notched four rebounds at No. 12/14 Penn State (Nov. 11) in the Lady Lion Classic…scored five points in the win over UNC-Wilmington (Nov. 13) at the Lady Lion Classic…scored seven points against Prairie View A&M (Nov. 26) at the Paradise Jam in the Virgin Islands…scored a season-high 10 points and added two blocks in the win over UC Riverside (Dec. 11)…scored four points and grabbed three boards in the win at Oregon (Dec. 29)…had eight points in the double overtime win at Oregon State (Dec. 31)…had four points and four boards at California (Jan. 22)…scored five points against Arizona State…had four points against Oregon State (Feb. 9)…registered six points and grabbed a season-high five rebounds at Washington (Feb. 26)…had six points against USC (Mar. 3).

FRESHMAN (2010-11): Appeared in 18 games...made three starts...tied for fifth on the team in scoring at 6.4 ppg...averaged 3.4 rpg...recorded 15 assists, seven blocks and 21 steals...notched six double-figure scoring efforts...scored four points and grabbed six rebounds in first career game against Saint Mary's (Nov. 12)...in first career start, scored a season-high 17 points and grabbed seven boards at Portland (Nov. 18)...scored 10 points against Nebraska (Nov. 22)...record 12 points on 6-8 shooting in the win over Long Beach State at the Waikiki Beach Marriott Rainbow Wahine Showdown in Honolulu (Nov. 27)...posted 10-point efforts in starts at Wyoming (Dec. 18) and against USC (Dec. 31)...notched seven points, seven rebounds and three steals at Oregon (Jan. 6)...grabbed a season-high nine rebounds and scored nine points against Stanford (Jan. 16)...had eight points and seven boards at Arizona (Jan. 22)...scored 11 points and recorded seven rebounds in the win over Oregon (Feb. 5)...scored nine points at USC (Mar. 3)...notched five points, one rebound and one steal against USC in first round of Pac-10 Conference Tournament (Mar. 9).

HIGH SCHOOL
Four-year letterwinner for head coach Brian Cosgriff...FRESHMAN season named honorable mention All-Classic Lake Conference after leading the Royals to a third-place finish at state...squad went 28-4 and finished second in the league...SOPHOMORE year suffered an injury and did not play...JUNIOR season returned and was named all-conference en route to leading Hopkins to the league title...team went 26-3 and finished second at the section championships...was named all-tournament at the Christmas Tournament, and also received the Most Improved Award and the led her team in free throw percentage...SENIOR year garnered all-conference accolades...team captain was most valuable player for both the Thanksgiving Hamline Tournament and the Dicks Sporting Goods Holiday Tournament...voted team's most valuable player and most dedicated, and led the Royals in free throw percentage, field goal percentage and rebounding...rated the No. 43 post in the country according to HoopGurlz...also lettered once in track and field.

PERSONAL
Hana Ethele Potter...born in Bellevue, Wash...parents Greg and Meredith...brother, Thomas…plans to pursue a degree in sport management.