7  Hannah Fenker
Hannah Fenker


New Castle, Ind.

High School:




2008 (Junior): Missed just one of East Carolina's 32 matches, making 27 starts and playing 108 sets as a setter and outside hitter ... Led the Pirates in assists (798), ranked second in service aces (24) and third in digs (210) ... Finished ninth among conference setters in assists per set (7.39) ... Was third in assists per set (11.75) and service aces per set (0.50) at the 2008 Conference USA Volleyball Tournament ... Established career highs in kills (12), attempts (43), assists (59) and aces (3) ... Recorded 40 or more assists in eight matches.

2007 (Sophomore): Played in all 33 matches and in 121 of the team's 124 games ... Finished second on the team in assists (172) for the second straight year ... Established a new career-high for assists with 54 against Kent State (9/1) ... One of four Pirates with at least 300 digs (337) ... Nine kills at Marshall (10/19) set a new career-high ... Recorded seven blocks, including one solo.

2006 (Freshman): Started 29 of 31 matches for the Pirates as a freshman ... Ranked second on the team in both assists (100) and service aces (34) ... Posted a career-high 39 assists in the sweep of Grambling State at the East Carolina Classic (9/16) ... Was one of five Pirates to record 200 or more digs (241).

CHRYSLER HS: Led Chrysler to the school's first ever No. 1 ranking in the state her junior and senior seasons ... Broke the school record for kills in a match during her senior season with 32 ... Was named first team all-conference and all-area her junior and senior seasons ... Also named first team all-state in 2005 ... Led the Trojans to a 78-22 record in her three seasons ... Helped Chrysler win the Wapahani Invite in 2005 and 2006, the Cathedral Invite in 2006 and the Sectional Championships in 2005 and 2006 ... Also received four letters in softball.

PERSONAL: Full name is Hannah Elizabeth Fenker ... Born February 26, 1988 ... Intended major is nursing ... Daughter of Mike and Shelly Fenker ... Has two siblings, Sarah and Alison ... Advice to young girls wanting to play volleyball is to learn how to play every position because it will make you better.