|Hometown:||Auckland, New Zealand|
|High School:||Avondale College|
Played in 20 games with seven starts... Collected 587 minutes played... Tied for second on the team in assists (two)… Assisted in goals against Western Carolina (10/1) and a 2-0 win over No. 6 seed Chattanooga (10/28) in the quarterfinals of the SoCon Tournament... Placed four of seven shots on goal.
Appeared in 14 games, making two starts ... logged a total of 353 minutes on the pitch ... was a part of six shutout performances for the Spartans ... played a season-high 81 minutes against High Point (Aug. 19).
Played in all 21 games earning 11 starts... two complete games Loyola-Chicago (Aug. 21) and Florida State (Sept. 17)... tallied her only assist of the season in a 2-0 victory over Western Carolina (Sept. 25)... finished the season with one assist for one point in 1,164 minutes played
Started 14 of 20 games during her first season at UNCG ... Took 11 shots, including a season high four at Liberty (Aug. 26) ... Played five complete games against Charlotte (Aug. 22), at Liberty (Aug. 26), an overtime game versus NC State (Sept. 14), Furman (Oct. 24) and Wofford (Oct. 26) ... Picked up an assist against High Point (Sept. 19) ... Finished with one assist and played 1,456 minutes in the midfield ... Awarded a SoCon Commissioner's Medal (3.5 GPA or higher) ... Made the SoCon honor roll.
Attended Avondale college high school playing multiple sports including lacrosse, cross-country and soccer … Played at the center midfield position earning Most Valuable Player twice and won the highest award at the school named Head Girl of Avondale college in 2012 … Played club soccer with Three Kings United under head coach Andy Clay … Helped the team win the national club knockout cup in 2012 along with UNCG teammates Rebecca Burrows and Georgia Brown … Played for the Glenfield Rovers club team placing second in the Northern Football Federation as a part of the National Women's Youth League in 2013 … Was called in to participate with the New Zealand women's under-20 national team in 2012 and 2013.
Hannah Esme Hoeksema … Born June 19, 1994 in Auckland, New Zealand … Daughter of Saul and Kirsty Hoeksema … Has two siblings, sister Estner and brother Benjamin ... Majoring in nutrition.