Junior: At the BIG EAST Championships, Hannah placed fourth in the 1-meter competition with a score of 262.40 and third in 3-meter with a score of 298.05. She was named an All BIG EAST Performer. Hannah's scores qualified her to compete at the NCAA Zone C Championships. She finaled on both boards placing ninth on each. In the fall, Hannah traveled to SMU where she swept both boards to help the Cardinals to a fourth place finish. Her scores were 327.56 on 1-meter and 302.90 on 3-meter. She was name the BIG EAST Diver of the Week on October 25th after her performance at SMU.
Sophomore: Hannah had a breakout year for the Cards as a sophomore. Hannah became the first diver in school history to advance to the NCAA championships where she finished 25th in the 1m with a score of 261.15. She was named the most outstanding diver in the BIG EAST and was a two time All BIG EAST performer. During the BIG EAST Championships she finished second in the 3m with a personal best score of 334.80 which was a big jump from her preliminary score of 320.00. She took top honors in the 1-m with a score of 329.95 after posting a second place preliminary score of 286.05. She added a second place finish in the platform event with a score of 219.98.
Freshman: Hannah was a vital member of Cardinal diving as she advanced the NCAA Zone meet where she finished 8th in the 1-meter board and in the top 25 in the 3-meter. She was the 2010 BIG EAST Diver of the Year. At the BIG EAST, she was the conference champion in the 1-meter diving and was runner up in the 3-meter (285.70). Her score of 310.60 in the championship set a school and conference record. During the regular season, she was named BIG EAST Diver of the Week as she dove in the 1 and 3-meter and platform events. In the 1-meter, she placed first in the Lady Mustang Classic and Purdue Invitational and against Pittsburgh, West Virginia, Kentucky and Indiana. She also placed second in this event against Tennessee and Notre Dame. For the 3-meter, Hannah place first against Tennessee, Pittsburgh, West Virginia and Indiana. She also placed second in this event against Notre Dame.
Prep: Hannah hails from Highlands High School where she was coached by Jen Renberger and the Tri-State Diving Club where Lori Rapp was her coach. She was the 2008 AAU National Champion in platform diving. Some of her awards include Kentucky State Champion, 1st Team All-State, Kentucky t Regional Champion, Northern Kentucky All-Regional Team, AAU National Platform Champion, AAU National Runner Up on the 1-meter dive, and an AAU Diving All-American in platform, 3-meter, and 1-meter.
Personal: She is the daughter of Greg and Molly Gadd. Born June 1, 1991. Major is biology.