Hannah Weissman - Swimming - Vanderbilt University Athletics

Hannah Weissman Season 2022-23

Class Freshman
Hometown Maple Valley, Wash.
High School Tahoma
Major Undeclared

Career-Best Times
50 Free: 24.43 at Gamecock Invitational, 11.16.22
500 Free: 5:20.93 at Gamecock Invitational, 11.16.22
1,000 Free: 10:57.01 vs. Auburn, 10.7.22
50 Back: 26.64 vs. Arkansas/Little Rock, 1.28.22
100 Back: 55.15 at Tennessee Last Chance Meet, 2.25.23
200 Back: 2:02.88 at Tennessee Last Chance Meet, 2.24.23
100 Fly: 59.69 vs. Auburn, 10.7.22

Commodore Record Watch
• Stands fifth all-time in the 100 back at Vanderbilt

As a Freshman (2022-23)
• Recorded times that met the NIC B Standard in both the 100 and 200 back
• Had the Dores’ top mark in the 100 back while also ranking third on the team in the 200 back
• Posted career-low times in both the 100 and 200 back at the Tennessee Last Chance Meet (Feb. 24-25)
• Qualified for the 100 back (57.86) B Final, the C Final of the 200 back (2:06.32) and the D Final of the 50 free—with a career-best time in the latter event­—at the Gamecock Invitational (Nov. 16-18)
• Had a third-place finish in the 100 back (58.12) while posting a time of 26.64 in the 50 back in tri-meet with Arkansas and Little Rock (Jan. 28)
• Finished fourth in the 1,000 free in dual meet against Auburn (Oct. 7), adding season-best time in the 100 fly as well
• Placed fifth in the 100 (58.09) and sixth in the 200 (2:13.99) back, respectively, against Iowa (Jan. 21)
• Recorded top-10 results in the 50 free (24.68), and 100 (58.14) and 200 (2:08.41) back in meet against Queens and Richmond (Nov. 4-5)

The Weissman File
• Plans to major in psychology
• Attended Tahoma High, where she was rated the third-best prospect in the state by Swimcloud
• Also was a member of the Seattle Metropolitan Aquatic Club team
• Selected THS’s MVP each of her four years, claiming the school’s Athlete-of-the-Year honor as a senior
• A four-time first-team all-conference selection, earning league MVP recognition each of her last three seasons
• Named a USA Swimming Scholastic All-American in 2019
• Was an AP capstone diploma recipient and designated as an AP scholar with distinction in 2021
• Helped lead the Bears to the state 4A championship as a senior, as part of the victorious 200 medley relay team and with runner-up finishes in the 100 free (51.88) and 100 back (56.02)
• Also won the 100 back at the state championships as a freshman after touching the wall in 55.54
• Part of club’s 400 medley relay team that won event at the 2021 USA Swimming Futures Championship in Santa Clarita, California
• Won the 100 free in a personal-best time of 50.87 at the 2019 Northwest Region Age Group Championships
• Recorded a career-best 55.35 mark in the 100 back at the Speedo Champions Series in Federal Way, Washington that year as well
• Fastest time of career in the 50 free, 23.48, was posted as part of club team relay at the Washington Senior Short Course Championships in 2018
• Daughter of Christopher and Joy Weissman
• Father played football at the U.S. Naval Academy
• Is the oldest of three girls

Why Vanderbilt: “I choose Vanderbilt because its top-tier academic programs will best prepare me for life after college. The girls on the team are academically impressive student-athletes who were so energetic and welcoming. I know they, along with the coaches, will encourage me to be the best swimmer, student, and person I can be.”