3 Jack Hanley
3 Jack Hanley
Height: 6'4"
Weight: 195
Year: SR
Hometown: Seattle, WA
High School: Seattle Prep
Position: G
Major: Economics

2011 Season Stats

2010 Season Stats

2011-12: Scored his 1,000th career point in a 73-70 loss to Chapman on Dec. 20... The senior is a team captain for the second time in his career... Scored a season high 22 points on Nov. 18, 2011 against the defending national champions St. Thomas (Minn.), and again one month later against Widener on Dec. 18... Made 10 out of 10 free throws in the Tiger's loss to St. Thomas (Minn)... Dished out a season best 4 assists twice against Pacifica this season, on Nov. 23, 2011 and again Jan. 3, 2012... Scored 27 points on the road in a 74-70 loss to Whitter on Feb. 11.

2010-11: Played in 20 games as a junior, starting all but four of those contests… averaged 34.0 minutes per game…  Scored a 13.5 points, 3.1 rebounds, and 2.9 assists per game… Nearly had a triple-double on Nov. 16, 2010 against American Sports University with 12 points, 11 assists, and 7 rebounds… Had 27 points, making 11 of 11 free throws at Whittier on Jan. 19, 2011… Scored a season high 33 points against Cal Lutheran on Feb. 19, 2011… A team captain and a First Team All-SCIAC selection.

2009-10: Started all 26 games during the season…averaged 35.2 minutes per game… Overall in 2009-10 Hanley shot 49% from the field, 58% (35-for-60) from three-point range and 85% from the FT line…scored a career high 29 points against La Verne on 2/17/10… As a sophomore scored 16.0 points per game, shooting 47% from the field and connecting for 19-of-35 three-point attempts (54%) while proving to be Oxy’s strongest free-throw shooter, hitting 88% (61-for-69) of his opportunities while handing out a team-high 36 assists in league action and was a co-leader with 20 steals…First Team All-SCIAC...Named Oxy Team MVP.

2008-09: A mid-year transfer from the University of San Diego, Jack made an immediate impact for the Tigers, starting all 17 games he played in… was Oxy’s go-to-guy down the stretch as he finished the season with 13.9 points per game after shooting 44.3% from the field including a 29-for-71 performance from beyond the arc… 13 double figure scoring efforts… scored a season high 23 points on Jan. 31, 2009 against Redlands and duplicated the effort on Feb. 7, 2009 against Pomona-Pitzer…Named to the Second Team All-SCIAC…Named Oxy Team MVP.

High School: Jack graduated from Seattle Prep in 2008 where he played varsity basketball for four years, starting for three years… In 2006 the Panthers, of the Metro League, were State Champions… His junior year, Jack was named to the Second Team All-Metro and Team MVP… Following his senior campaign he was a First Team All-Metro selection, a First Team All-State Tournament recipient and was named Team MVP.

Personal: Jack is the son of Sondra and John Hanley and brother to Jay, Kristin and Mimi…He is an Economics Major with a Minor in History…His Academic Advisor is Robby Moore.

Q & A with Jack Hanley

Q: Favorite Book:
A: Playing for Pizza

Q: Favorite Sport:
A: Basketball

Q: Favorite Teams/Athletes:
A: Seattle Supersonics