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Hannah Robison Athlete Profile

#20 Hannah Robison

Position: Outside Hitter Height: 6-0 Class: Senior Roster Years: 2011-2014 | 2016 Hometown: Orem, UT Mission: Philadelphia, PA Last School: Orem High School


  • Parents are Carl and Jan Robison has one sister and two brothers
  • Sister, Dani, played volleyball at Utah Valley University
  • Recruited by Utah Valley, Utah, Utah State, Arizona State, St. Mary's, Illinois, Wyoming, San Diego, Colorado State and Louisiana
  • Served a mission to Philadelphia, Pa. and the Visitor Center for the Priesthood Restoration Site

Before BYU


  •  Played for Club Utah 14-16 and Utah Elite 18s under coaches Scott Lee, Justin Hutchins, Michael Burke, Rob Neilson and Tyler Widdison
  •  Attended Junior Nationals club four years

High School:

  • Lettered four years at Orem High School under head coach Natalie Real
  • 2009 Utah Valley first team
  • Two-time regional winner
  • Placed third in state in 2010
  • Nominated for the ESPN Gatorade Athlete of the Year in 2010
  • Lettered in state four years (2007-2010)

2011 | Freshman Year

  • Played four sets for the Cougars

2013 | Sophomore Year

  • Had five kills vs. Bowling Green State (8/31)
  • Played in all but two matches this season
  • Recorded 22 attempts and 14 digs vs. UVU (9/3)
  • Had a .444 hitting percentage vs. Portland State (9/6)
  • Recorded 10 kills from 23 attempts to go along with five block assists vs. Loyola Marymount (10/5)
  • Got a career high nine block assists vs. Santa Clara (10/10)
  • Had a career high 12 kills from 21 attempts for a .476 clip vs. Gonzaga (10/19)
  • Recorded 11 kills from 30 attempts and had three service aces vs. Pacific (10/24)
  • Started in 16 matches

2014 | Junior Year

  • Had 10 kills and six digs vs. IUPUI (8/30)
  • Collected 10 kills, six digs and a career-high 38 attempts vs. Washington (9/5)
  • Had career-highs with 19 kills, 48 attempts and two solo blocks vs. CSU (9/12)
  • Had a career-high .571 hitting percentage vs. UTEP (9/12)