Named an NAIA and SAC Scholar-Athlete and was a
Sooner Athletic Conference honorable mention performer... Ranked sixth
in the SAC in three-point percentage with 40.2 percent (25/51)... Named
to the Grand Canyon Classic All-Tournament Team, while scoring 24 points
in two games, including matching an individual game-high of 20 points
against Biola (Calif.)... Led the team in three-pointers (65-of-170) and
free throws (59-of-72)... Hit double figures in 16 games, was the
high-scorer in seven and high-rebounder in three... Was a perfect 5-of-5
from the three-point arch against Tabor College and hit five treys
against St. Gregory’s... Played a team-high 883 minutes and was the
fourth leading scorer with 322 points... Recorded 120 boards, 30 assists
and 19 steals... Had the second highest point total (32 points) in the
NAIA National Tournament...
Led the Sooner Athletic Conference and was 32nd in
the NAIA in 3-point field goal percentage, making 41.5% (54/130)...
Posted double figures in 18 games while garnering a career-high 20
points against Bethel (Kan.) College... Had a double-double of 18 points
and 13 rebounds against Tabor College in the Sterling College Classic...
Hit a team best four three-pointers in four games... Ranked second on
the team in free throws (80%) and rebounds (4.2)... Third on the team in
scoring 328 points... Averaged 10.6 points per game while starting in 30
of 31 games played... Shot 43.1 from the field, converting on 115-of-267
attempts... Had 32 assists, 23 steals and six blocked shots... Received
the most playing time of any Ranger with 929 minutes...
Started as a true freshman in 21 games while seeing
action on the court in all 31 games... Led the team in free throw
percentage, making 34-of-43 attempts (79.1%)... Ranked fourth in scoring
with 224 points and was second in 3-point field goals at 36.8%
(46/125)... Recorded double digits in ten games and was the Rangers’
high scorer in six games... Had a season-high 18 points against Tabor
College in the Sterling College Classic...
Outstanding Oklahoma small high school player that
led Calumet High School to a 28-3 record during his senior year and
back-to-back Class B State Championships... Holds the record of having
the second most points in a single state tournament...Was a three-time
Washita Valley Conference MVP... Dubbed Little All-City Player of the
Year for two consecutive seasons... Named to the Tulsa World’s All-State
first-team and the Daily Oklahoman’s elite Super Five Squad... Led Class
B in scoring with an average of 28.2 points per game and in free throw
percentage with 85%... Connected on 72-of-164 (44%) three-point field
goals and averaged 11.1 rebounds, 4.7 steals and 2.4 assists on his was
to scoring 868 points during his senior season... Also played baseball
for the Chieftains... Played in the Faith 7 game and Oil Bowl... Named
class Valedictorian, held a 4.0 grade point average and was a member of
the National Honor Society...
Majoring in health and sports science education with a minor in teacher
education and history... Born July 5, 1985... Son of Terry and JaDena
Hansen... Has been named to the Dean’s Honor Roll...