Hannah Galbreath has committed to Washington & Lee University


Coach Info
Name Phone Email Team Name City State
Club Jeremy Ridgeo USA South Estero FL
High School Carrie Lundy
Primary Position Setter
Secondary Positions RS, MB, OH
Career 28 38 0.40 36 4 - - 2.60 217 0.222 84 84 77 2.20 182 17 0.30 57 15 11 631 2.30 192
Season 28 38 0.40 36 4 - - 2.60 217 0.222 84 84 77 2.20 182 17 0.30 57 15 11 631 2.30 192
Match Bests
Career 3 6 15 18 2 2 15
Season 3 6 15 18 2 2 15
Wins Losses
15 11
Physical Attributes
Wingspan Vertical jump
60 -
Volleyball Honors

• 2018, 2017, and 2016 Canterbury School Varsity Volleyball-Varsity Team Captain 2018, 2017, and 2016-Speaking Court Captain 2018, 2017, and 2016
• USA South 17 Premier Purple Scholar Athlete 2018
• 2017 News-Press All-Area Volleyball Team Honorable Mention
• 2017 USA South Volleyball Player of the Month for December
• 2017 Canterbury Volleyball Offensive Player of the Year
• 2017-2018 USA South Volleyball 17 Premier Purple Club Team
• October 2, 2017 Canterbury School Athlete of the Week
• 2016 News-Press All-Area Volleyball Team Honorable Mention
• 2016-2017 USA South Volleyball 16 Premier Purple Club Team-Co-Captain
• October 3, 2016 Canterbury School Athlete of the Week-Volleyball
• 2016 Canterbury Volleyball Most Improved Award
• 2016 UCF Volleyball Camp Golden Knight Award- Best Teammate
• 2015-2016 Adrenaline Volleyball Club Team
• 2015 Cape Coral High School Varsity Volleyball

Volleyball Additional

Club Awards
•1st Bronze Division 17 Open-2018 Disney Volleyball Showcase
•3rd Gold Division 17 Open-2018 Boston Mizuno VolleyFest
•3rd Silver Division 17 Open-2018 Gasparilla Kickoff Classic
•1st Silver Division 16 Qualifier-2017 Florida Region Qualifier
•3rd Gold Division 16 Open-2017 Gasparilla Kickoff Classic
•3rd Silver Division 16 Open-2017 MLK Showcase

Other Athletic Accomplishments/Awards
•2016-17 and 2017-18 Canterbury School Varsity Basketball-Varsity Team Captain 2016-17 and 2017-18
•January 15, 2018 Canterbury School Athlete of the Week-Basketball
•2017 Canterbury Volleyball nominated for FHSAA Fred E. Rozelle Sportsmanship Award - Irma relief work
•2017-18 FHSAA Student-Athlete Advisory Committee-1 of 16 students chosen to represent the state of FL
•2016-17 News-Press All-Area Basketball 3rd Team
•2016-17 Canterbury Basketball MVP
•2017 Canterbury School Varsity Lacrosse, District Championship Team
•2017 Canterbury School Varsity Track and Field
•December 12, 2016 Canterbury School Athlete of the Week-Basketball
•2016 CCHS Lacrosse Coach’s Award
•2016 Cape Coral High School Varsity Lacrosse
•2015-16 Cape Coral High School Varsity Basketball, District Championship Team
•2015 Cape Coral High School Varsity Volleyball


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High School
Canterbury School
School City
Fort Myers
School State
Guidance Counselor
Melissa Wilson
Guidance Counselor Phone
Guidance Counselor Email
Class Size
School Size
Class Rank
School Division
Major Category
Biological Sciences/Life Sciences
Cell/Cellular Biology and Anatomical Sciences
Major Category
Biological Sciences/Life Sciences
Environmental Biology
Major Category
Health Professions and Related Sciences
Environmental Health
Other Academic Information
Academic Accomplishments • 4.84 GPA weighted/4.13 GPA unweighted • SAT composite score of 1380 Math-730, Reading-650 • ACT composite score 31 • Canterbury School Upper School High Honors 2016-present • University of Pennsylvania Book Award 2018 • National Honor Society-2017-present, Treasurer 2018-19 • French National Honor Society-2017-present • Canterbury Athletic Honor Society-2017-present • The Arts Conservatory at Canterbury-2017-present • National English Honor Society 2018 • Science National Honor Society 2018 • 3rd Place Thomas Alva Edison Regional Science Fair 2015 • 1st Place Cape Coral High School Science Fair 2015 • Cape Coral High School A-Honor Roll 2015-2016 Clubs/Community Involvement/Service • Fill the Bus for Everglades City after Hurricane Irma Relief Project, Head Chairperson September 2017 • Yearbook Staff at Canterbury School 2016-present, Editor-In-Chief 2018-19, Photo Editor/Liaison 2017-18 • Canterbury Sports Summer Camp Volunteer 2018 and 2017 • Canterbury School Ambassador 2016-present • Cougar Service Club 2017-present • Farm Share-Feeding Families 2016-present • Community Cooperative Food Bank November 2016-present • School Volunteer Trafalgar Middle School 2015-present • Historian Class of 2019 Cape Coral High School 2015-2016 • Fort Lauderdale Diving Table Worker April 2016 • City of Cape Coral Youth League Basketball Coach Summer 2015
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Personal Highlights

I am the only female student athlete at Canterbury School to be on 4 varsity athletic teams in one school year. I play varsity volleyball, basketball, lacrosse, and I am a discus thrower on the track and field team.

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Why do you want to be recruited to play sports in college?
Athletes are often leaders on and off the field. Please provide one example of how you have demonstrated leadership in both areas.

As an athlete, I know that leadership is so important. Leadership comes in many forms and often we measure leadership in terms of how many titles we hold or community service projects we complete. These are ways we can measure a student-athlete’s leadership abilities for sure; however, I think it’s the quiet leadership, the leadership that often goes unrecognized that is most important. In August of 2016 I transferred to Canterbury School on the very first day of high school volleyball tryouts. I was of course nervous since I did not know anyone, yet I was determined to show my teammates I would be an asset to their team. As part of our 3 week tryout we were required to condition. On the first day of the 1 mile run, in the hot Florida sun, I finished second. Every day after that I finished first in our 1-2 mile runs. I decided that if I wanted these girls to accept me and to trust me as their setter I had to work harder than any of them to prove I deserved a spot on their team. Also, from the first day there was another player who struggled with completing the runs. After I finished my run on that first day I was tired and hot, I wanted nothing more than to rest; however, I took that opportunity to encourage that struggling player by running 2 additional laps with her so she knew that someone believed in her and wanted to see her succeed. Every day for the next 3 weeks when I completed my run I would run with that player and tell her she could do it. When she wanted to stop I told her no keep running, I’m right here with you. By the end she was able to run 2 miles without stopping. I believe in demonstrating my leadership by example, hard-work, kindness, and compassion.

Another example of the best leaders are those who are chosen as leaders without their knowledge. As I said, I transferred to Canterbury at the beginning of 10th grade. Three weeks into the school year I was chosen by administration to serve at a school ambassador which is a very prestigious position at my school which many students apply for. I did not apply for this job, but was selected based on my strong academics, work ethic, ability to work well with others, my adaptability to new situations, and public speaking skills. As a school ambassador I have led parent/student tours for prospective students, given informational speeches at open houses, and attended off site events as a school representative. This is a leadership role that means so much to me because I was chosen for being me, not by running a campaign and winning based on popularity.

Please explain how you pursue "healthy athletic performance" as a student-athlete.

A healthy athletic performance requires a healthy mind and body. I practice/condition 5-6 days a week, in order to stay in peak shape. I do conditioning and eat healthy to stay in shape. I also stay focused on school, in order to balance my athletic pursuits. I am in an all honors curriculum at the Canterbury School which also includes several AP courses. I love being involved in the extracurricular aspect of school and I am socially active in order to lead a balanced lifestyle.

Please describe how you are involved in service in your community and why these efforts are important to you.

I believe as a student-athlete and leader, on and off the court, that community service is important. I have been fortunate to lead a comfortable life. I have 2 very supportive parents who have worked very hard so my older sister and I can pursue our dreams. They have always instilled in us that we achieve success through hard work, kindness, and compassion. I have learned that I am most happy when I contribute not only to my success, but the success of others as well. Since starting high school I have volunteered at Trafalgar Middle School, the Southwest Florida Community Cooperative, and the City of Cape Coral youth basketball league. I am currently working on starting my own non-profit organization that would provide sports equipment to economically disadvantaged youth in Lee County.

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