Hannah Pany


Player profile

  • Hometown Schnecksville, Pa.
  • Last School Parkland
  • Year Senior
  • Major Psychology

AS A SENIOR (2018)

  • Started all 20 games for the Buckeyes.
  • Led the team with six assists.
  • Assisted the game-winning goal against Northwestern (10/5).
  • Helped the Buckeyes to six shutout victories.
  • Registered four shots with two landing on cage.

AS A JUNIOR (2017)
• Played in and started in all 19 games for the Buckeyes.
• Dished out an assist on OSU’s lone goal against Michigan State (Sept. 24).
• Saw a season-high 83 minutes of action and made a defensive stop in 3-2 victory over California (Oct. 8).
• Registered a shot againt No. 16 Maryland (Oct. 13) and Indiana (Oct. 27).
• Part of a defensive contingent that shutout four teams.

• Played in 15 of 17 games and started six.
• Part of an Ohio State defense that tallied three shutouts: vs. Ohio (Sept. 4), at Ball State (Oct. 3) and at Indiana (Oct. 21).
• Made a defensive save at No. 5 Penn State (Oct. 6).
• Averaged 33.8 minutes per game and played all 70 minutes in the final four games of the season.
• Played in all eight games against Big Ten opponents.

• Played in 19 games, starting 18.
• Part of the OSU defense that had three shutouts and limited its opponents to 11 shots or fewer in six games.
• Made two defensive saves in a 2-1 win at Penn State.
• Averaged 56 minutes/game.
• Played all 70 minutes seven occasions.

• First team Eastern Pennsylvania Conference selection and team captain in 2014.
• Had six goals and 11 assists this past fall for Parkland, which advanced to the EPC semifinals.
• Scored 19 goals and dished out 24 assists in her career.
• LVIAC first team all-star and all-state honorable mention as a junior.
• Future Elite honoree.
• Chosen to play at the National Futures Championship.

• Daughter of Lisa and Steve Pany.
• Lettered in track and field for two years at Parkland, specializing in the 400-meter run.
• Would like to work in the sports field after college.
• Enjoys hiking and running.
• Greatest sports thrill was being chosen to play at the National Futures Championship.
• Her sister, Becky, was a goalkeeper for Indiana (2008-12).
• Volunteered with special needs children throughout high school.