Hannah Atkinson
Hannah Atkinson
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Toronto, Ontario
High School: Vaughan Road Academy
Major: Art History & French

Major:  French & Art History

Hannah Atkinson

Singles
W-L

Doubles
W-L
2016-17 21-7 26-11
2015-16 11-5 17-4
2014-15 18-2 11-4
2013-14
17-2
20-6
Totals: 67-16
74-25

Senior Year: Co-captain. NCAA National Team Champions. NESCAC Conference Champions. Little Three Champions.  All-American in Doubles. ITA National Most Improved Senior Award. Advanced to quarterfinals of NCAA Doubles Tournament with partner Chloe Henderson ’20. Compiled a 21-7 singles playing mostly #3 doubles and achieved over twenty wins for first time in her career in a singles season. Partnered with Chloe Henderson ’20 to build a 26-11 ledger including advancing to the semifinals of the ITA Regional Tournament and playing both #1 and #2 doubles. Ranked #10 in singles and #4 in doubles with Henderson in ITA fall rankings. All-NESCAC First Team Doubles and Second Team Singles. All-NESCAC Academic Team. ITA All-Academic Team. ITA Scholar Athlete. Squires Cup recipient. Ranked #7 nationally in doubles at #49 in singles nationally at year’s end.

Junior Year: NCAA Team Championship Runner’s-Up. NESCAC Conference Champions. Little Three Champions. Achieved an 11-5 singles mark in the spring season primarily playing #4. Went 17-4 overall in the spring at #2 doubles with Julia Cancio ’18 including going 5-0 in NCAA tournament play. Ranked #22 nationally in doubles and #8 in region in final rankings. Ranked #20 in region for singles in final rankings.  All-NESCAC Second Team Doubles. NESCAC All-Academic. ITA Scholar Athlete. ITA All-Academic Team.  Simon Most Improved Player.

Sophomore Year: Member of the NCAA National Championship Team. NESCAC Conference Champions. Little Three Champions. 25-0 Undefeated Dual Match Season. Compiled an 18-2 singles record and an 11-4 doubles record. Won her quarterfinal and semifinal singles matches at the #6 spot in the NCAA Tournament. Advanced to the finals of the NEWITT B Flight draw before falling to teammates Mia Gancayco ’18 & Julia Cancio ’18. All-NESCAC Academic Team. ITA All-Academic Team. ITA Scholar Athlete.

Freshman Year:  Member of 2014 NCAA National Championship 3rd place team. Went 17-2 in singles play including advancing to the round of 16 of the ITA New England Regional in both singles & doubles.  Amassed a 20-6 doubles record with various partners playing primarily #3 doubles. Ended fall with in-region rankings of #15 in singles and #6 in doubles. ITA All-Academic Team.

High School:  Competed at the provincial and national level throughout juniors. Achieved a provincial ranking of top 7 in Ontario and a national ranking of top 8 in Canada. Finished top 16 in singles at the 2012 U18 Nationals and second place in doubles. 

Personal: Daughter of Dan and Erin. Older sibling, Josh studies kinesiology at McGill.