Reserve linebacker and special teams player in six games during the season ... brought down a New Hampshire kickoff returner at the Wildcat 30 after Dartmouth took a 22-21 lead with 1:40 to play in the victory over 22nd-ranked UNH ... also had a tackle in the 35-10 win at Holy Cross ... missed the next four weeks with an injury ... returned to the gridiron for the final four contests.
After missing first two games, suited up and played in the first two Ivy contests ... recorded the last Big Green tackle in the 35-3 homecoming victory over Yale ... forced to miss the final six games due to an injury.
Graduated from the junior varsity to play in five of the final six varsity games on special teams ... starred with the jayvees, twice leading the squad in tackles while picking off a pair of passes and returning them a total of 80 yards, one for a 41-yard score.
Piled up 93 tackles and 4.5 sacks as a senior ... a talented running back who gained 1,193 yards and scored 20 touchdowns on 140 carries ... averaged a healthy 8.1 yards per carry ... captained Manheim Central to section championships with a 13-1 record as a senior ... all-section first team running back his final two seasons and second-team linebacker as a senior ... a Pennsylvania Mini Max Award recipient as a senior for his performance on the field, in the classroom and in community service.
Full name is Ian James Hanselman ... born on June 14, 1995 in Lancaster, Pennsylvania ... son of James and Betty Hanselman has one brother and four sisters ... father played four years of football at Millersville and a half dozen years of semipro ball with the Chambersburg Cardinals ... considering an economics major to go into personal finance management ... can do a standing backflip.
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