|High School:||Rainier Senior|
Freshman season (2010)
Made 16 appearances, including four starts … turned in a 2-1 record and a 3.82 ERA … struck out 33 batters and walked 20 … went the distance and picked up the win in her first career game, a 5-3 win over Bethune-Cookman on Feb. 13 … topped College of Charleston on March 20, allowing a run on three hits in four innings … struck out a career-high five in three innings of no-hit relief against Niagara on Feb. 26 … matched that with five strikeouts in the win over CofC … allowed one run in 5 2/3 innings of relief against Delaware on Feb. 19, but took the loss … took no-decisions in starts against Niagara (Feb. 28) and Georgia Southern (March 13) … allowed two earned runs or fewer in each of her four starts.
Was a four-sport student-athlete at Rainier Senior High School in Ranier, Ore. … was a first-team all-state and All-Lewis & Clark League selection in softball for coach Pat White … helped her team to four state tournament appearances, including a pair of third-place finishes, and three straight league titles … was also a first-team all-league and all-state performer in volleyball, helping the Columbians to a fifth-place state finish … earned first-team all-state tournament honors … was the league player of the year in 2008 … was an honorable mention all-league selection in basketball, helping the team to a 39-0 record and league, district and state titles. … also swam for a year for Ranier, earning team MVP and second-team all-district honors … was team captain for the softball, volleyball and basketball teams ... was an honor roll student and a Business Leader of Tomorrow … participated in theatre for two years … played on the Oregon Silver Bullets club softball team for a year.
Raeanne Marley Hanks ... born Oct. 18, 1990, in Longview, Wash. ... daughter of Ken Hanks and Laurie Womack … has three siblings, Cassie (18), Nick (13) and Jayce (6) … majoring in social work.