Kari Hancock went a perfect 4-0 in competition in February.
Hancock had a solid first year on campus, competing nine meets, while recording a 4-4-1 overall record with one MOP ... The freshman also compiled two conference victories and went 1-2-1 during post-season action for the Purple and White ... She captured her first MOP of her career against Delaware State in her first collegiate ride against the Hornets' Heather Hotz ... Continued her winning ways against No. 2 Baylor, downing Paige Parker, 89-86 ... Also scored a victory at Kansas State to close out the regular-season and then followed it up with a win over Baylor's Kate Riddle in the opening-round of the Big 12 Championship.
South Anchorage High School
Hancock, who hails from Anchorage, Alaska, will don the Purple and White after graduating from South Anchorage High School where she was a member of the National Honors Society and National Society of High Scholars ... She has been admitted into TCU's Honors College and was awarded the prestigious Chancellors Scholar ... Hancock has excelled inside the show ring as well, capturing the WCCEC George and Brenda Wuerch Hunter Classic Championship ... She also claimed championship accolades at the WCCEC Open Equitation Challenge ... Hancock, who competed on the HITS Thermal Circuit in California, was named the 2010 ASH Large Junior Working Hunter champion, while also posting championship honors at the EEC Hunter Derby.