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  Hannah Sulz
School: Univ. of Nebraska (Lincoln)
Year: Freshman
Home Town: Qualicum Beach
Home State:
Home Country: Canada
High School: North Island DES
Birth Date:
Dominant Hand: Right
Major: Marketing
Singles Record: 0-0
Doubles Record: 0-0
2013-14: Outlook
Hannah Sulz is one of five freshmen to join the Huskers for the 2013-14 season. Sulz is a stronghold on the doubles side of the game and the coaches believe she will step into the doubles lineup for the upcoming season.

“Hannah is someone we believe has tremendous upside,” Head Coach Scott Jacobson said. “The strength of her game is definitely her forehand.  She has the ability to hit a tremendously heavy ball and isn’t afraid to move forward when the opportunity presents itself.    Hannah has also had tremendous success in doubles as well and we believe she has the ability to step in and help our program immediately.”

Before Nebraska
Sulz earned an ITF junior ranking of No. 16 in Canada, reached the finals in doubles at the California State-LA ITA Tournament in July 2012. She was a semifinalist in singles at the Andulka Park Adult Open tournament, and a doubles champion at the same event. Sulz won multiple open tournaments in southern California. Sulz graduated with honors in 2012, earning a provincial British Columbia Dogwood scholarship for academic excellence. Sulz also claimed the Governor General's Academic Medal for her performance in secondary school with the highest average upon graduation.

Sulz is a native of Nanaimo, British Columbia, Canada, born on Oct. 19, 1994 to Carey and Kim Sulz along with her brother Elliott, 20. Sulz plays the piano and continues her tennis training during the summers. Sulz is studying marketing en route to earning her bachelor's degree at Nebraska.

Why Sulz Chose Nebraska
"The school's level of athletic excellence is incredible. I also love the team and the coaches, and I am excited to be a part of Nebraska's positive and inspiring athletic and academic culture."