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Hannah Mackenhausen

  • height 5-9
  • class Senior
  • Hometown San Diego, Calif.
  • Major Psychology
  • High school Cathedral Catholic HS
  • height 5-9
  • class Senior
  • Hometown San Diego, Calif.
  • Major Psychology
  • High school Cathedral Catholic HS

Hannah Mackenhausen Bio


  • 2020-21 First-Year SEC Academic Honor Roll
  • 2022, 2023 SEC Spring Academic Honor Roll
  • 2023, 2024 CCSA All-Academic Team
  • 2023 College Sports Communicator’s Academic All-District Team


  • Went 20-15 overall, her third 20-win season as a Gamecock. Of her 20 wins, 14 came on court two and four came against ranked opponents.
  • Defeated the number two pair from #17 GCU in the conference tournament, helping the team make the championship match.
  • Leaves the program ranked fifth in career wins (84), fifth in ranked wins (21) and sixth in matches played (131).
  • Also in the record book, she ranks third in career wins on court two (26), fourth in career wins on court three (32) and eighth in career wins on court four (17).


  • Posted second 20-win season in a row, with a 21-10 overall record that included six wins over ranked opponents.
  • Through three seasons, her 64 career wins ranks eighth in program history, while also carrying a career win percentage of .674.
  • Top wins included a sweep of No. 5 LSU’s number two pairing and a three-set victory over No. 4 Florida State’s number two pair.


  • Enjoyed a breakout season, posting an overall record of 24-8, playing at the No. 2, 3, 4, and 5 spots. Her 24 wins are tied for the eighth most in a single season in program history.
  • Her .750 winning percentage is a new program record for a sophomore.
  • Teamed with Kaeli Crews for a 19-5 record as a pair, the fourth highest single-season win percentage ever by a Gamecock pair.
  • Compiled an 8-7 record versus ranked opponents including wins over No. 11 FAU, No. 15 Pepperdine, and No. 19 Georgia State.


  • Started all 32 duals for the team, finishing her first season with a 19-13 record. Of her 19 wins, 10 came against conference rivals and three were against nationally ranked opponents.
  • Teamed with Madison Brabham to help the team score upsets over No. 13 FIU and No. 11 Stetson in the first weekend of the season.
  • Enjoyed a six-game win streak with teammate Jess Vastine at No. 4 during the month of March.
  • Joined classmate Alyssa Keller to win a 22-20, 21-19 match on court three to help the team secure a 3-2 win over Georgia State (3/28).


  • Member of Volleyball Magazine’s Fab 30 team.
  • Placed second in the 2018 AAU Hermosa Beach Open in the 18U division.
  • Competed for WAVE Beach Volleyball club.


  • Daughter of Mark and Stacey Mackenhausen.
  • Has one sister, Brooke.