Before trying out to be a Tufflepuff, this California girl wasn't sure if she was cut out for this sport. Luckily for us, she was convinced to try it out when a couple of Tufflepuffs approached her during the Activity Fair two years ago. Over the summer, Hannah played in a bunch of Fantasy Tournaments and has become a rising star in the quidditch community ever since. Her pure talent and skill is simply not debatable (sorry - we had to throw that in there). Hannah says that her favorite part of the game is getting to play with so many different types of people. She grew up playing soccer with the same group of girls and, although she loves them, she enjoys getting to play with people from various different sport backgrounds.
When she's not kicking ass on the quidditch pitch, Hannah can be found writing out a hundred different compounds for organic chemistry or practicing her Tae Kwon Do. Hannah started doing this form of martial arts during her freshman year at Tufts and has since participated in over 7 different tournaments - even winning a couple of medals along the way! In the Tae Kwon Do world, Hannah is well know for her push kicks and we do not recommend getting in her way when she's angry!
In terms of World Cup 7, Hannah is most excited to see the difference between not knowing anyone last year and now being able to see all of the new quidditch friends that she has made since then!
Tufts University Tufflepuffs, catching snitches and wrecking pitches since 2009.