|Hometown:||Thousand Oaks, Calif.|
|High School:||Thousand Oaks HS|
|Previous College:||Dayton / Sports Shack|
Playing her first season as a Tiger, Hannah made an immediate impact on Pacific's offense as she led the way from the center of the court as the Tigers' starting setter. Taking the reigns of the offense, Clancy led the Tigers with 1,143 assists, averaging 10.10 assists per game. Even more impressively, Hannah proved to be one of the Tigers' most well-rounded players as she led the Tigers with 17 double-doubles on the year, including closing out the season with nine straight. Second on the team with 339 digs, Clancy posted two 20+ dig performances on the year including a career-high 22 dig effort against Cal Poly on Nov. 12. She added 94 kills, 15 aces and 46 blocks to her season totals throughout the year as she ended the season with 134.5 points from her setter position. Playing in four pre-conference tournaments, Hannah earned three all-tournament honors including taking home the 32nd Annual Bankers Classic MVP.
Prior School (Dayton):
Clancy came to Pacific and back to her home state after spending her freshman season at Dayton University. In her first season of collegiate action, Clancy helped lead the Flyers to the Atlantic 10 championship and an appearance in the NCAA tournament after posting an impressive 30-4 overall record and a nearly perfect conference record of 14-1. Playing in a 6-2 offense, Clancy split time at the setter position en route to posting a 644 assists in 131 sets played. As a freshman, Clancy played in all 34 matches for the Flyers and posted 42 kills, 135 digs and 24 blocks on the year.
Prior to Dayton, Clancy graduated from Thousand Oaks High School in Thousand Oaks, Calif. where she was a three-time team MVP. Additionally, Clancy was named the Marmonte League Player of the Year twice, as both a junior and senior, while earning first team all-league honors as a sophomore. As a junior, Clancy was named the Ventura Star Player of the year while earning first team all-county honors, a feat she would repeat as a senior.
Hannah Clancy is the daughter of Kevin and Jane Clancy. She has one sister, Mary. In her second year at Pacific, Hannah is studying psychology.