Hanna Howard

Hanna  Howard

Associate Head Coach | Fifth Season

Alma Mater:
Portland, 2005


TCU 83, KU 68

TCU Women's Basketball hosted the Kansas Jayhawks on Jan. 22, 2017.


TCU vs. SFA (WNIT First Round)

Photos by Sharon Ellman


TCU vs. Kansas

Photos from TCU vs. Kansas


TCU vs. No. 13 Texas

Photos from TCU's 64-59 win over No. 13 Texas


TCU 86, Iowa State 84

Photos by Michael Clements.

Hanna Howard is in her fifth season as associate head coach and defensive coordinator at TCU in 2018-19, while entering her ninth season alongside head coach Raegan Pebley on the sidelines.

The duo has helped their teams reach the postseason in seven of the last eight years, including a WNIT Semifinal appearance in 2017-18. That season was arguably the most successful for TCU since joining the Big 12. The Frogs recorded 23 wins, their most since 2007-08, and were ranked in the top 25 for three weeks, their first national ranking since 2010.

Howard's defensive influence quickly caught on at TCU as the Horned Frogs 338 steals in 2014-15 were the fifth most in program The Frogs’ defense led the Big 12 by forcing 18.3 turnovers per game that season, en route to a program-best third place finish in Big 12 play.

Senior Chelsea Prince set the TCU single-season steals record (103) en route to earning Big 12 Defensive Player of the Year honors in 2014-15, marking the fourth straight season that one of Howard's student-athlete earned conference defensive player of the year honors.

In Howard’s three seasons since, the Frogs block total has ranked in the top 10 in program history in all three seasons. Most recently, Jordan Moore ranked third in the Big 12 in blocked shots. Moore enters 2018-19 with 164 career blocks, the third most in program history.

Prior to coming to TCU, Howard spent two seasons with Pebley at Fresno State, where the Bulldogs made back-to-back NCAA Tournament appearances.

Howard's defensive gameplan paid dividends at Fresno State, as the Bulldogs ranked third in the country in steals (12.9 ppg) during the 2012-13 campaign and set a school and Mountain West record with 426 total steals on the season. Fresno State guards Ki-Ki Moore, Taylor Thompson and Rosie Moult ranked one, two and three in the Mountain West in steals en route to setting the school and league steal records.

Moore was named the 2012-13 Mountain West Defensive Player of the Year and Moult was named with her on the Mountain West All-Defensive team.

Howard joined the Utah State coaching staff in the summer of 2010 and helped lead the Aggies to back-to-back WNIT appearances in her two seasons in Logan. In her last year at USU, Howard helped direct the Aggies to a school record 21 wins and senior forward Ashlee Brown was named the 2012 WAC Defensive Player of the Year.

Prior to joining Pebley at Utah State, Howard began her career as an assistant at UC San Diego, where the Tritons compiled a 77-22 overall record and rose to as high as No. 3 nationally. Howard starred collegiately at the University of Portland.

Howard earned her master's degree in coaching and athletic administration from Concordia University, Irvine in February 2010.

The former Hanna Seltzer married Marques Howard in August 2009. Hanna and Marques have two children, Mason and Maya.

Hometown Ashland, Ore.
Education Portland • Bachelor's
Concordia Irvine • Master's
Family Husband: Marques
Son: Mason
Daughter: Maya
Season School, Position
2014-present TCU, associate head coach
2013-14 Fresno State, associate head coach
2012-13 Fresno State, assistant coach
2010-12 Utah State, assistant coach
2007-10 UC San Diego, assistant coach
Season School
2001-05 Portland

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