CAREER EARNINGS 12th, $167,517.50
BEST FINISH 1st, 8 times
1997 EVENTS 11
BEST FINISH 2nd, 4 times
1997 EARNINGS $33,055
1997 POINTS T5th, 292
1997 ACES 8th, 35
EXPERIENCE 10th Season
RESIDENCE Pacific Palisades, Calif.
BIRTHDATE June 8, 1960
BIRTHPLACE Laguna, Calif.
HIGH SCHOOL Laguna Beach '78
COLLEGE UCLA '82
GRAND SLAM: Hanley has completed in 14 grand slam events and is ninth in earnings ($56,332.50). Hanley has 11 final four finishes, including a win with Barbra Fontana at the 1996 U. S. Open. Hanley posted seconds at the 1990 and 1996 shootouts and at the 1995, 1996 and 1997 Nationals. Hanley and Fontana were second in the 1996 Best of the Beach. he 1996 Atlanta Olympic Games after finishing first in the United States Trials. Hanley finished eighth in the 1996 FIVB bonus pool. Hanley and Rock finished second in 1995 in both Japan and Portugal. Hanley and Fontana won the 1995 Brazil event in Santos. Hanley is 20th in career earnings ($61,200).
PARTNERSHIPS: Hanley competed in 69 events with 13 different partners, including 25 stops with Fontana, 10 with Rock, nine with Matthies, seven with Chisholm, six with Reeves, three each with Julie Thornton and Kirby, and one each with Dale Hall, Lisa Strand-Ma'a, Crockett, Nancy Reno, Diane Pestolesi and Richardson.
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AMATEUR: Hanley was a USBVA All-American in 1980.
COLLEGE: Hanley attended the University of California at Los Angeles where she was a three-time all-american and most valuable player in the National Invitational Tournament.
HIGH SCHOOL: Hanley competed in volleyball and badminton in high school.
PERSONAL: Hanley has a brother (Bill) and two sisters (Lisa and Jill). Her father was a quarterback at the University of Southern California. She was married October 7, 1989, in Newport, Calif. to John Hanley, who is a professional volleyball player. The Hanley has two sons (Matthew and Turner). Her hobbies are tennis and hiking.
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