Women's Basketball Inks Hannah Stull

Women's Basketball Inks Hannah Stull

By: Jake Miller

HARTSVILLE, S.C.- Hannah Stull has signed her National Letter of Intent to play basketball for the Coker College Cobras, head coach Shannon Johnson announced today.

Stull comes to Hartsville from Newton-Conover High School where she played volleyball, soccer and basketball for the Red Devils. On the hardwood she was a three-time Southern District 7 All-Conference selection, as well as a two-time NCHS Most Valuable Player Selection. She was also a member of the conference championship team in 2016.

In the classroom, Stull achieved honor roll all four years and was a junior marshal selection her junior year.

"We are very excited about the addition of Hannah Stull to our women's basketball program here at Coker. Hannah obtains all of the qualities we look for within our student athletes. She has put in tireless efforts on the court as well as in the classroom throughout her career thus far. Hannah comes in as a very talented player who will have the opportunity to contribute immediately, and we are proud to say she is a Cobra!," said Coker's coaching staff.

The Newton, N.C. native is the daughter of Kenneth and Beverly Stull and plans to study biology and pre-medicine. She becomes the first big piece of Coker's 2017-18 recruiting class.