AS A SENIOR (2011): Was subbed in at the conclusion of the 2-0 victory over #22 Auburn, reaping her first SEC action of the year by playing most of the final minute on her "Senior Day"...Was on the pitch for 333 of 367 possible minutes in the defensive backline while starting UT's opening four contests before suffering a high right ankle sprain versus #18 Texas A&M that forced her to the sidelines...Was on the field for every minute of the matches against Kansas (8/19), Oklahoma (8/21), #8 UCLA (8/26) and played the first 56 minutes of the shutout vs. #18 Texas A&M before subbing off because of the injury.
AS A JUNIOR (2010): Played in four matches for Tennessee and registered 89 total minutes of action in the defensive backline...Was summoned in as a sub to play 40 minutes in the back during the 4-2 loss at #13/12 Florida (10/15) and 21 minutes in the 2-1 defeat at #14/13 South Carolina (10/17)...Played 16 minutes as a sub during the 8-0 rout of Chattanooga (9/19), totaling one of UT's 43 total shots in the contest...Drew her first action of 2010 as a substitute for 12 minutes during the 3-1 loss to Arizona (9/12).
AS A SOPHOMORE (2009): Saw playing time in 14 matches during 2009, while drawing 10 starts...Also made appearances in six Southeastern Conference matches (two starts)...Subbed in for 21 minutes in the backline at Alabama (10/25)...Received 69 minutes of playing time on defense during the 3-0 home rout of Mississippi State (10/9)...Drew starting nods at #25 West Virginia (9/20), at Arkansas (9/25) and at LSU (9/27)...Played a key role in a UT backline that tallied a shutout streak of 323:36 (starting during the Pepperdine match on Aug. 30th and ending versus Memphis on Sept. 11th -- a span of four contests) and seven clean sheets during 2009...Started both matches against Arizona State (8/28) and Pepperdine (8/30)...Played a part in Tennessee's defensive effort against ETSU (8/22) by earning a start on the backline and helping limit the Bucs to five total shots in a shutout.
AS A FRESHMAN (2008): Made 20 appearances with nine starts on the backline during her rookie campaign...Was a key piece of the defense that recorded six shutouts in 2008...Helped the backline post a goals against average of 1.23 on the year...Saw action in all 11 conference matches, starting three...Assisted on Tennessee's lone goal in a 1-1 draw with Alabama to record her first career point...Played full time in both the semifinal and final during the Lady Vols' SEC Tournament championship run...Helped hold opponents to just two goals during the conference tournament...Made her NCAA Tournament debut in the loss to Charlotte, playing all 90 minutes.
HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: A four-year varsity letterwinner at South Forsyth High in Cumming, Ga., Brookwood High in Snellville, Ga., and Mountain Vista High School in Highlands Ranch...Led Mountain Vista to a Colorado 5A state quarterfinal berth in 2007...Named first-team All-Continental League as a senior...Helped South Forsyth to the Georgia 5A State Championship game as a freshman... Guided Brookwood to the state quarterfinals during her sophomore year...Hut played for three years with the GSA Phoenix `90 in Georgia...Led the Phoenix to the 2004 and 2005 Region III Premier League Championship...Was a member of the 2004 Georgia State Championship team...Currently plays with Real Colorado, where she helped the squad to the 2006 U.S. Youth Soccer National title...Also participated on state ODP teams in Kansas and Georgia between 2002-06...Earned a spot in the Region III ODP pool in 2004 and 2005...Was a member of the 2005 Georgia '89 ODP team that reached the national championships.
PERSONAL: Majoring in Hotel, Restaurant and Tourism Management at UT...Lists going to ODP National Championships as her biggest thrill in sports...Enjoys shopping, spending time with friends and relaxing when not on the pitch...Models herself after her mother, who she cites as her biggest inspiration...Has two brothers, Sam, 27, and Jacob, 19, and one sister, Amanda, 26...Hannah Caitlin Hut was born Dec. 9, 1989, in Colorado Springs, Colo., to Mike and Cathy Hut.