HANKOFF'S WSU CAREER HANKOFF'S HIGH SCHOOL CAREER PERSONAL CAREER STATISTICS
South Lake Tahoe, California
South Tahoe High '99
JUNIOR (2001): Honorable mention All-Pac-10...named to Cougar Challenge All-Tournament Team...took starting spot away from 2000 All-Pac-10 honorable mention selection Chelsie Schafer...43 aces this season is seventh on WSU's single season all-time standings...powerful jump serve...had five service aces vs. Arkansas, four at Oregon and again versus Oregon State...3.21 kills per game is second best on team...adds 2.58 dpg, fifth on team...had double-figure kills in 16 of WSU's 29 matches...at ASU, tied career high of 20 kills and had career-best of 17 digs...4.06 points per game is second-best on team...named to 2001 Pac-10 All-Academic honorable mention team...stepped up another notch during spring 2002 tournament play. SOPHOMORE (2000): Shared left side with Zanda Bautre after starting first 14 matches...a spark plug off the bench...subbed in at Oregon and OSU for 14 kills (.387) and four blocks...tallied career-high 20 kills at Idaho...2.44 kpg is fifth on team. FRESHMAN (1999): Moved in to start on left side about halfway through season...season average of 2.70 kpg was third on team...career-best 19 kills and 13 digs with two blocks at Washington...also hit .400 and had 12 digs against ASU...versus Stanford in Pullman, led team with 12 kills, had 11 digs.
Earned six varsity letters at South Tahoe High...four letters came playing volleyball for her father, Gary Hankoff...earned two letters in swimming for coach Stacy Romagnolo...during her freshman year was named to the Northern Nevada AAAA volleyball all-conference first team...also selected for two all-tournament teams during the season...made state finals as a swimmer...earned all-state academic team accolades in both volleyball and swimming...as a sophomore, repeated as selection to NN4A volleyball all-conference first team...again earned two all-tournament honors during the season...her Gold Trail club volleyball team placed 13th in the 16's Open Division at the Junior Nationals...junior year was named the Northern Nevada 4A Volleyball Player of the Year...also selected to 4A Zone All-Tournament team...the South Tahoe High Vikings finished fifth in the state...named Tahoe Daily Tribune's Athlete of the Year...repeated on volleyball and swimming all-state academic teams...club team placed fifth at junior Nationals in 17's Club Division...as a senior, captained the Vikings volleyball team to a third-place finish in state...repeated as Northern Nevada 4A Volleyball Player of the Year...named NN 4A Zone Tournament MVP...selected to all-state tournament team...named Women's Sports Foundation Athlete of the Year...named Tahoe Tribune Athlete of the Year...Gold Trail club team finished second in the 18's at Junior Nationals...selected to junior national all-tournament team.
Adrian Valine Hankoff was born August 31, 1981, at San Francisco...father Gary is an account manager for a food distributer, a high school volleyball coach, and played rugby at Gonzaga University...mother Mary Ann is a receptionist at a women's care facility and played basketball at Gonzaga...younger sister Rachel (3/1/85)...grandmother Jeanne Fambrini Hall is a 1942 WSU graduate...graduated fifth in a class of 286...Service Club and Leadership member...Special Olympics Swim Team volunteer...enjoys skiing and snowboarding...majoring in marketing at WSU.
Year MP GP K E TA AT% SA DG BS BA TB
1999 24 53 143 90 369 .144 4 120 3 20 23
2000 26 68 166 75 455 .200 6 115 8 28 36
2001 29 89 286 111 785 .223 43 230 8 48 56
Total 103 210 595 276 1609 .198 53 465 19 96 115
HANKOFF'S WSU CAREER
HANKOFF'S HIGH SCHOOL CAREER