Junior Year (2011-12)
Competed in the top position all season, posting a 14-5 record overall ... fell to Princeton in the opening round of the CSA Individual Championships (9-11, 5-11, 13-11, 11-6, 11-4) ... in the regular season, earned key victories over Yale, Cornell, Princeton and Rochester ... for the third straight year, ended the season with the team's best individual record ... a unanimous All-Ivy selection.
Sophomore Year (2010-2011)
Has competed entirely at the no. 1 position earning key wins over Yale and Rochester...Also this year, Hanson ran "Miles for Mom," a fundraiser to he and his roommate created in order to raise money for the breast cancer research foundation...Chris ran a total of 175 miles and was sponsored for each mile he ran...At the end he averaged an astonishing 55 dollars per mile.
Freshman Year (2009-2010)
Hanson finished the season with an 8-3 record, competing as Dartmouth's top player all year...He earned four wins in the CSA Individual Championships, making it to the consolation finals of the Pool Division...Post-Season he was named All-Ivy and All-America...Hanson's honor was the first time since Ryan Donegan in 2002 that a Dartmouth freshman has been named All-America.
Letterwinner in squash, tennis and lacrosse at St. Luke's School...Ranked #2 in the country for U19 boys his senior year.
Son of Janet Hanson and brother of Meredith Hanson.