Junior (2008-09):Saw action in 26 games and averaged 1.7 ppg. on the year ... played a season high 17 minutes against both SEMO and Chicago State ... also logged 16 minutes in the contest with UT Martin ... posted a season best eight points against both No. 2 Oklahoma and Duquesne on 3-of-3 shooting from the floor ... dished out three assists in a game with UT Martin ... recorded two steals against Texas ... pulled down a season high four rebounds against Chicago State.
Sophomore (2007-08):Entered the season in second place in the Mizzou record books with a .422 career 3-point field goal percentage ... reached double figures 10 times as a sophomore, including seven times in an eight game stretch from Dec. 15-Jan. 19 ... second on the team with 41 3-pointers ... scored 13 points, including the game-tying three with 15 seconds left in regulation, in Missouri's upset of No. 11 Oklahoma in the Big 12 Tournament ... posted a career high 18 points against Marshall on 7-of-8 shooting from the floor ... scored 11 consecutive points for the Tigers in the second half of the contest with Marshall ... led Mizzou with a then-career best 16 points, including four 3-pointers, against Samford ... recorded her first career block at Iowa State ... grabbed five steals against Delaware State to set a new career high ... named to the Marriott Cavalier ClassicAll-Tournament Team.
Freshman (2006-07): Played in nine games with an average of 6.9 mpg ... saw limited action in the early part of the season as she battled a back injury ... as her health improved, so did her performance in practice in late January-early February which was a contributing factor to her appearing in five of the final eight contests ... played eight minutes against Texas in the Big 12 Tournament before a then-career high 16 at Wyoming in the WNIT Second Round ... scored a season high eight points in just five minutes on a perfect shooting night against Arkansas-Pine Bluff on 2-for-2 from outside and at the charity stripe ... had six points on a pair of 3-pointers at Wyoming.
High School:Four-year letterwinner for coaches Adam Courter (senior) and Mark Bubalo (freshman-junior) at Blue Springs South HS ... first team Class 5 All-State by the Missouri Basketball Coaches Association as a senior and first team All-Suburban Big 7 as a sophomore, junior and senior ... three-time All-Area recipient by The Examiner and two-time All-Metro selection by Metro Sports ... amassed 1,290 points in her career to rank third all-time at South ... led the Jaguars in scoring her final three seasons - 17 ppg. in 2006, 15.4 ppg. in 2005 and 13.4 ppg. in 2004 ... posted 4.7 rpg., 2.7 apg., shot 45.6 percent from the floor as a senior ... a week after breaking her nose and taking four stitches, she scored 33 points in a 74-67 overtime win in the 2006 Class 5 District 13 semifinal ... two days later, she led her squad to its third district title in four years ... awarded the MSHSAA Award of Excellence for Exemplary Display of Sportsmanship, Ethics and Integrity ... US Marine Corps Distinguished Athlete Award ... an accomplished golfer as well, she led South to four top-five finishes at state and a pair of state championships in 2003 and 2004 ... individually, she finished fourth in 2003 and 13th in 2005 to nab all-state honors ... two-time conference individual champion, four-time all-area and 2003 Player of the Year by The Examiner ... 2004 Harry C. Devine Award recipient from the KC Golf Association for outstanding performance, leadership and sportsmanship..
Personal: Full name is Amanda E. Hanneman ... born on Aug. 2, 1987, in Overland Park, Kan. ... daughter of Kurt and Betsy Hanneman ... has an older sister, Marissa, who played on the Mizzou club volleyball team ... both her parents are dentists and her mother earned her BA in biology from MU ... majoring in hotel and restaurant management.