Hannah  Wilkinson

17Hannah Wilkinson

Graduate Student

Whangarei, New Zealand

High School:

Last College:
Auckland University of Technology




  • Points: 4, 2x, last vs. No. 17 Kentucky (11/7/14)
  • Assists:1, 9x, last vs. No. 8 Florida (11/5/14)
  • SOG: 4, 2x, last vs. No. 17 Kentucky (11/7/14)
  • Goals: 2, 3x, last vs. No. 17 Kentucky (11/7/14)
  • Shots: 10, 2x, last vs. WKU (9/15/13)
  • Minutes: 108, vs. Auburn (10/18/13)


  • 2012 NSCAA Division I All-South Region
  • 2012 NSCAA/Continental Tire Women's NCAA Division I All-American 3rd Team
  • 2012 All-SEC 1st Team
  • Soccer America Team of the Week (10/25/12)
  • Tennessee Sports Writers Association (TSWA) Player of the Week (10/23)
  • Top Drawer Soccer Player of the Week (9/3/13)
  • Top Drawer Soccer Team of the Week (10/22/12)
  • SEC Offensive POW, 2x, (10/22/12, 9/3/13)

AS A SENIOR (2015)

  • Was injured in a preseason game and missed the entire season

AS A JUNIOR (2014)

  • Headed in two goals (75', 86'), tying a career high for single-game goals, and tied a career high of four shots-on-goal while playing 80 minutes vs. No. 17 Kentucky in the SEC Tournament semifinals (11/7)
  • Provided the assist on Spade's goal (3') and scored a penalty kick in the penalty shootout in 84 minutes of action vs. No. 8 Florida in the SEC Tournament (11/5)
  • Scored a goal (54') from the six-yard box and had one other shot-on-goal in the comeback vs. Alabama in the SEC Tournament (11/3)
  • Shot three times, one of which was on goal, in 85 minutes at Ole Miss (10/30)
  • Scored (56') her sixth goal of the season on Senior Day during 47 minutes of action vs. No. 21 Missouri (10/26)
  • Scored (5') from 25 yards out in a five-shot game, playing 66 minutes at No. 8 Florida (10/24)
  • Shot twice in 29 minutes of action vs. Vanderbilt (10/19)
  • Played the full 90 minutes in the SEC season opener at No. 11 Texas A&M (9/18)
  • Shot twice, one of which was on goal, in 49 minutes vs. Richmond (9/14)
  • Scored on a header (10') in 86 minutes of action at No. 2 Virginia (9/12)
  • Scored on a breakaway (9') and recorded an assist in 62 minutes of action at Western Kentucky (9/5)
  • Recorded two shots in 80 minutes of action vs. No. 23 BYU (8/29)
  • Shot twice in 78 minutes at Wisconsin (8/24)
  • Scored the first (8') and second (32') goals of the UT season in the opener vs. Milwaukee (8/22)


  • Played career-high 108 minutes against Auburn (10/18)
  • Assisted on Caroline Brown's goal in the 65th min at No. 16 Kentucky (10/11)
  • Fired five shots over 85 minutes at Alabama (9/29)
  • Played 84 min with four shots, two SOG at LSU (9/27)
  • Saw 106 minutes and had 10 shots in tie with WKU (9/15)
  • Recorded a goal and an assist in win at Mercer (9/8)
  • Recorded a goal and an assist in win vs. Dayton (9/6)
  • SEC Offensive Player of the Week (9/3), Top Drawer Soccer Player of the Week (9/3)
  • Netted two goals vs. James Madison (9/1) (4th min, 77th min), both times beating GK for open net; marked first career multi-goal game in her Tennessee career
  • Scored winner at No. 17 UCF (8/30), heading ball in off of free kick from Cheyenne Spade
  • Had six shots and three shots on goal over 84 minutes at Samford (8/25)
  • Played 73 minutes and recorded an assist on Cheyenne Spade's goal (8/23)


  • Scored the team's third PK against Auburn in the SEC Tournament (10/31)
  • Scored in the 16th minute of UT's 3-2 win over Georgia (10/25)
  • Named to the Top Drawer Soccer TOW (10/22)
  • Named the SEC Offensive POW (10/22)
  • Named the Tennessee Sports Writers Association Women's Soccer POW (10/23)
  • Scored the game-winning goal to lift Tennessee over then #9 Texas A&M (10/21)
  • Scored the overtime game-winning goal to lift the Lady Vols past LSU 3-2 (10/14)
  • Recorded first career assist as the Lady Vols defeated #11 Missouri (9/30), 1-0
  • Scored her fourth goal in four games at Miss. State (9/23)
  • Scored in the 12th minute from six-yards out against Vanderbilt (9/16)
  • Aggressive play on the ball in overtime forced Alabama goalkeeper to push the ball to Kylie Bono for match-winner
  • Scored first goal of UT career against Alabama (9/14), running down the left side and breaking past two defenders to score the equalizer in the 17th minute
  • Made career debut at Cal State Northridge (9/7), playing 53 minutes and recording one SOG


  • 2013: In an international friendly match on Oct. 27 against Team USA, scored 16th career goal for New Zealand in the 54th minute. On Oct. 30, she scored in the 87th minute past a diving Hope Solo to give the Kiwis a 1-1 tie with the U.S. Also scored game winning-goal vs. China in Ravais Cup, Switzerland
  • 2012 FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup: Totaled 271 minutes played and three starts over three games. Helped force an own goal by Japan in the Kiwis 2-2 tie with the host nation on Aug.22.
  • 2012 London Olympics: Represented New Zealand, which reached the quarterfinals. Saw action in against Great Britain, Brazil and the U.S.,and totaled 248 minutes of play with two shots and one shot on goal
  • 2011 FIFA Women's World Cup: Played in three games. Came off the bench vs. Mexico and scored equalizer in extra time (7/5/11)
  • 2010 FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup:Started two of three games. In FIFA debut vs. Sweden (7/13/10), started and scored in 33rd minute
  • International senior debut: Started in match against Australia in Feb. 2010


  • Played for Kamo High School 1st XI football from 2005-2009
  • Awarded the Burridge Cup for all-around achievement in academic and sporting fields in 2008 and 2009
  • A member of the Glenfield Rovers for two years, Northern Region Premier Womens League Champions for 2010 and 2011
  • Played in Northern Football Federation in 2011, won the National Youth Women's League in 2011
  • Champions of the tournament-gained qualification to the Women's World Cup Germany 2011
  • Squad member: Oceania Football Confederation Women's Nations Cup 2010, Cyprus Cup 2010-NZ (second place), Peace Queen Cup, Korea 2010, Cyprus Cup 2011


  • Recipient of Betty Patton Barbour Women's Athletic Scholarship Quasi-Endowment
  • Attended Auckland University of Technology for one year
  • Intends to study psychology and go into the field of sports medicine
  • Plays the drums and the guitar
  • Parents are Simon Wilkinson and Karen Wilkinson
  • Has two brothers, Tom and Samuel
  • Hannah Lillian Wilkinson born May 28, 1992


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