|Hometown:||Peachtree City, GA|
|Parents:||Tom & Christine|
Hannon received nods to the All-South Region Third Team and All-University Athletic Association (UAA) First Team, in addition to being named the UAA Rookie of the Year during his freshman season. Hannon finished the season ranked seventh among Division III players with 37 walks, 11th with 0.88 walks per game, 13th with a 0.543 on base percentage, 73rd with a .411 batting average, 98th with 1.1 runs scored per game, 75th with 46 runs scored, and 112th with 60 hits, and led the Eagles in all those categories during the season. His .543 on base percentage and 37 walks were the second-highest single season totals in the program's history. He also led all Emory players with 14 stolen bases (on 20 attempts) and 19 multiple hit games, including eight three-hit games. Hannon was a strong defensive presence in the outfield as well, recording eight outfield assists during the year, including a game-ending play at the plate to secure an Emory win against DePauw University. During the UAA Tournament in March, Hannon led all hitters with a .526 batting average (10-for-19), driving in seven runs and scoring eight of his own, en route to being named to the all-tournament team. The right fielder also walked six times during conference play, including a tournament-record four during the Eagles’ game against the University of Rochester. He had an 11-game hitting streak from March 2nd - 22nd, tying him for the second-longest by an Eagle during the season. Hannon reached base in 37 of the 42 games he played in, including 37 of his 40 starts and 28-straight games from March 2nd until April 18th. Hannon hit .455 (15-for-33) against left-handed pitching, .559 (38-for-68) with runners on base, .521 (25-for-48) when leading off an inning, and .551 (27-for-49) with runners in scoring position. He was named the UAA Athlete of the Week on February 21st.
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|2011||ABCA All-South Region||Third Team|
|UAA Rookie of the Year|
|All-UAA Tournament Team|
Prior to Emory:
Played for the McIntosh High School baseball team for four seasons, serving as the team captain during his junior and senior years... Hit .330 with two home runs and 23 runs batted in during his senior year... Won his team's Most Valuable Pitcher award in 2007... Coached by Brad Cambell in high school... Also played football and basketball.
Born October 24, 1991.
"I chose Emory because it is a great place to get an education while playing baseball."