Senior Hannah Williamson was a vital cog in her Hunt High varsity softball team’s march to the 3-A Big East Conference tournament championship last week, making her this week’s Thomas Law Attorneys Student-Athlete of the Week.
In wins over Northern Nash and Southern Nash, Hannah batted .429 (4 for 7) with two runs scored and an RBI. More importantly, Hannah, who moved to the outfield after starting three years at shortstop, took over behind the plate when starting catcher JuliAnne Etheridge broke her finger against Northern Nash. For the season, Hannah is hitting .448 with 11 RBIs and seven doubles.
The daughter of Lori and Jim Williamson of Sims, Hannah has a 3.6 GPA while taking all honors courses at Hunt. She is a member of the school’s chapter of National Honor Society, Fellowship of Christian Athletes and Future Business Leaders of America as well as Club UNIFY and Headbands of Hope. Hannah also played volleyball and basketball for the Lady Warriors.
Hannah has served as a volunteer for United Way and works part-time for her family’s business, Williamson Peanuts. She previously played for Shockwave travel volleyball team.