Hannahkohl Almire: On & Off The Court
◊ Named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll for the second consecutive year.
◊ Played in eight games, averaging 0.1 points, 0.4 rebounds and 0.1 assists per contest.
◊ Registered assists in each of the Lady Bulldogs' three August exhibition games in Italy.
◊ Best performance in Europe featured two points, two rebounds and an assist against All-Star Italy.
◊ Had a hand in Georgia's final three points against Colgate, dishing out an assist with 33 seconds remaining and connecting on 1-of-2 free throws with one second on the clock.
◊ Had her first made FG of the season waved off due to a shot clock violation against Alabama – a call Andy Landers protested profusely.
◊ Logged one more minute of PT in league play in the first three SEC games – 2 versus Alabama and 1 versus Missouri – than she did during the entire 2013-14 campaign – 1 versus both Ole Miss and Mississippi State.
◊ Saw her first action since Jan. 8 versus Missouri when she played the final 19 seconds of an SEC Tournament win over...Missouri.
◊ Named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll for freshmen.
◊ Walk-on who played in 12 games, averaging 0.3 ppg, 0.5 rpg and 0.3 apg for the Lady Bulldogs.
◊ Notched playing time in nine of 13 non-conference games, including a season-high nine minutes of PT against Kennesaw State.
◊ Played the final five minutes of the season opener against Presbyterian.
◊ Saw first-half playing time in two non-conference contests - Mercer and Kennesaw State.
◊ Very active in the waning moments of the Mercer contest, securing three rebounds, a point and an assist in just two minutes of action.
◊ Played a season-high nine minutes against former Riverwood High School teammate Gratia Brooks when the Lady Bulldogs hosted Kennesaw State.
◊ Logged her first SEC action of the season against Ole Miss and also played the final minute of the regular-season finale against Mississippi State.
◊ Played in one of three post-season contests, checking in for the final minute of an SEC Tournament date with South Carolina.
◊ Coached by Vanessa White at Riverwood.
◊ A four-year starter for the Lady Raiders.
◊ Named Riverwood's best defensive performer as a freshman, top offensive player as a sophomore and Most Valuable Player as both a junior and a senior.
◊ As a senior averaged 14 points, 8 rebounds, 4 assists and 3 steals for the Lady Raiders.
◊ Named second-team All-Region 7AAAAA as a senior at Riverwood International Charter School.
◊ Topped 1,000 career points against Sprayberry on January 15 of her senior season.
◊ Also lettered in cross country, soccer, softball and track & field at Riverwood.
◊ As a senior, named first-team All-Region 7AAAAA in soccer and helped the Lady Raiders reach the Sweet 16 round of the State Tournament.
◊ As a sophomore, placed 22nd at the Georgia Cross Country Championships in Class AAA to help the Lady Raiders to a seventh-place showing in the team field.
◊ Placed sixth in the 800-meter run at the AAA State Track & Field Championships as a freshman after clocking a time of 2:23.30 in the finals.
◊ Member of the National Honor Society as both a junior and a senior.
◊ Named to the Honor Roll all four years at Riverwood.
◊ Takes part in the Wounded Warrior Organization.
◊ Born August 12, 1995, Hannahkohl is the daughter of Monique and David Almire.
◊ Major: Art.