Imaan Hassim
Imaan Hassim
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Johannesburg, South Africa
High School: St. Mary's
Major: Biology

2018-19 (Junior) | Match-By-Match Stats

Second-Team All-Horizon League selection...First-Team CoSIDA Academic All-District honoree...posted a 7-24 overall record and was 5-16 in dual matches...was 3-6 in Horizon Leauge matches with wins against IUPUI, Wright State and Green Bay...played 20 of 21 singles matches at No. 1 in the lineup...in doubles play was 11-17 overall and 9-10 in dual contests...went a team-best 7-1 in Horizon League doubles matches...played 10 three-set matches...earned her third letter.

2017-18 (Sophomore) | Match-By-Match Stats

Posted a 18-16 overall record on the year...was 13-10 in dual competition...had a 5-6 record in fall tournaments...played at No. 4 in the lineup posting a record of 11-6...played at the No. 3 spot with a record of 2-2 and also played two games at No. 2 in the lineup...went on a seven straight match winning streak from mid-March to mid-April including her home win against Green Bay with a score of 6-0 and 6-0...posted a 7-1 record in the Horizon League...in doubles matches was 21-13 overall and was 6-1 in league matches...in the NCAA Tournament at Florida battled to a 2-6, 2-4 unfinished result at No. 4...picked up a straight set win over UIC in the Horizon League final...earned her second letter.

2016-17 (Freshman) | Match-By-Match Stats

Posted a 16-7 singles record and was 14-7 in doubles matches...went 7-2 in Horizon League play...saw action at No. 3 (1-1), No. 4 (9-1) and No. 5 (6-5) singles...in doubles was 7-1 in HL matches and 13-7 at No. 2...went 12-7/6-1 playing alongside Sofia Macias...had singles wins in the Horizon League Championships against Detroit Mercy and Wright State...7-6, 6-2 victory against the Raiders clinched the Horizon League title for YSU...won nine of her final 10 completed matches on the year...match against Michigan was unfinished as she battled to a 6-3, 5-1 contest at No. 5...earned the clinching victory at NKU with a 6-1, 2-6, 6-4 win at No. 4...played seven three-set matches...won seven consecutive doubles matches at one point during the year...also won first five doubles matches as a Penguin...earned her first letter.

Personal: Is the 2019-20 recipient of the Jim & Ellen Tressel Scholarship.