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Mindy Hanson Athlete Profile

#5 Mindy Hanson

Mindy Hanson
Position: First Base Height: 5-9 Roster Years: 2000-2001 Hometown: Salt Lake City, UT



Conference Honors

  • 2001 Academic All-Conference
  • 2001 Cougar Club Scholar Athlete
  • 2000 All-Mountain West Conference selection
  • 2000 Academic All-Conference

Career Summary

Mindy Hanson was a two-year team captain of the inaugural 2000 team and Mountain West Conference Championship 2001 team. She was a two-time Cougar Scholar/Athlete award.

Personal

  • Parents are William and Karen
  • Has three brothers and one sister
  • Majored in therapeutic recreations and minoring in psychology

Before BYU

  • MVP at Brighton High School
  • Two-time first-team All-Region selection
  • Second team All-Region in 1995
  • Led team to Utah 5A State Championship, 1998
  • All-State player in 1998

At UVSC:

  • (1998) Team captain at UVSC
  • Fourth on RBI leader list in region (38) and fifth all-time at UVSC
  • Led team in doubles (9) and putouts (306)
  • SWAC runner-ups
  • (1999): Team captain at Utah Valley State College
  • Fourth in region in RBI
  • All-region selection
  • Led team to SWAC championship and third-place national ranking

Stats

YEAR   AVG   AB   R   H  2B  3B  HR  RBI  TB  SLG%  BB  OB%  FLD%
2000  .300  120  13  36   0   0   0   20  36  .300   9 .361  .981
2001  .255  153  18  39   9   0   2   21  54  .353  24 .363  .989 
TOTAL .275  273  31  75   9   0   2   41  90  .330  33


2000 | Junior Year

  • All-Mountain West Conference selection
  • Academic All-Conference
  • Started in all 43 games for the Cougars at first base, hitting .300 with 36 hits in 120 at-bats
  • Had a team-high 20 RBI, while also scoring 13 times
  • Had a .981 fielding percentage, while only committing six errors
  • Cougar Club Scholar Athlete

2001 | Senior Year

  • Academic All-Conference
  • Cougar Club Scholar Athlete
  • Team captain
  • Hit .255 with 39 hits, including nine doubles, two homeruns and 21 RBI while scoring 18 runs in 59 games playing at first base
  • Had a .989 fielding percentage, committing only four errors