5 Christine Hanley
5 Christine Hanley
Height: 5-9
Year: Junior
Hometown: Syracuse, N.Y.
High School: West Genesee
Position: MF
Experience: 2L

At a Glance
A two-time All-Conference selection … one of the Bonnies leading returning scorers … ranks 11th in the program record book in all-time leading scorers with 90 points off 70 goals and 20 assists … is seventh in season points … also ranks 11th in career goals … entered into the top-15 in single-season records in both assists and goals for her performance her sophomore season

Sophomore Year (2009)
Named to the 2009 Atlantic 10 All-Conference second team … played and started in 16 of the 17 total games … scored 48 goals and 15 assists for 63 points … was fourth in the A-10 in goals per game with 3.0 ... her 48 goals is fourth in St. Bonaventure’s single-season records … the 15 assists are good for 11th in the single-season records … went 89 out of 101 for shots on goal for a third team-best .475 shooting average … forced 15 turnovers … picked up 30 ground balls … opened the season with one goal and two assists against Robert Morris (Feb. 27) … tossed in four against Presbyterian (Mar. 5) … had a season-high five draw controls against Binghamton (Mar.10) scored five goals against Big 4 rival Niagara (Mar. 24) … put up a season-high six goals against Bucknell (Apr. 1) … tallied four goals against La Salle (Apr. 5) and Siena (Apr. 10) … shot a season-high 48.8 percent scoring four goals on eight shots and one assists against Siena … finished the season with three goals at UMass (Apr. 19)

Freshman Year (2008)
Was named to the 2008 Atlantic 10 All-Rookie Team ... appeared in all 14 games, making 14 starts ... scored 22 goals and dished out five assists for 27 points ... 39 of her 45 shots were shots on goal, giving her an .867 shots on goal percentage ranking first on the team among those with at least 25 shots ... collected 24 ground balls, good for first among returning players ... tallied two goals on three shots and collected two ground balls against Marist in the first game of the season (Mar. 5) ... scored a goal on a converted free position shot and collected four ground balls at Delaware (Mar. 8) ... scored two goals on two converted free position shots at Albany (Mar. 16) ... led the team with three goals against #14-ranked Oregon ... scored two goals and added an assist against A-10 rival Duquesne (Apr. 11) ... tallied three goals on five shots in a loss against UMass ... scored two goals collected three ground balls and had two draw controls in a win over La Salle (Apr. 20).