Lauren Hatch

#13 Lauren Hatch

HT. 5'10"
YR. So.
HOMETOWN Homewood, Ill.
PREVIOUS SCHOOL Marian Catholic High School

2022 (Senior): Appeared in 19 matches with eight starts ... Played in 54 sets ... Recorded 82 digs for 1.52 digs per set ... Tallied 14 service aces, six kills, four assists and 20.0 points on the season ... Had at least one service ace in 12 matches this season, including two each against North Dakota State and Chattanooga ... Had a season-high 11 digs against East Carolina ... Finished with six digs on senior day against UNCG, helping ETSU secure the 2022 regular season conference championship.

Fall 2021 (Junior): Did not appear in any matches due to injury.

Spring 2021 (Sophomore)*: Played and started in the first two matches of the season prior to suffering a season-ending injury … Recorded 29 kills, nine blocks and 13 digs in two matches at Furman (Jan. 31, Feb. 1).

2019 (Freshman): Played in 30 matches ... Started in 24..played in 114 sets ... Made collegiate debut at Jacksonville State on Aug. 30 and recorded non-conference-best 15 kills ... Logged double-digit kills in 19 matches and set career-high with a 29-kill performance vs Chattanooga (Nov. 2) ... Tied program record for kills in a match with that mark ... Three double-doubles and led team in kills 10 times throughout the season ... Logged career-best 17 digs vs UNCG (Sept. 28) and Furman (Oct. 25) ... Named to SoCon All-Freshman team ... SoCon Offensive Player of the Week (Nov. 4).

Prior to ETSU: Three-year varsity starter at Marian Catholic High School in Chicago Heights, Illinois, amassing a 94-24 record … Led her team to a IHSA Class 3A State Championship in 2016 … Named to the Illinois All-State Second Team in 2018 … Named to the Great Lakes Region Power League 18s All-League Team in 2018 … Earned back-to-back honors in 2017 and 2018 after being named to the Daily Southtown All-Area Team and All-East Suburban Catholic Conference First Team.

Personal: Born on July 24, 2001 in Olympia Fields, Illinois … Daughter of Lisa and Stephen Hatch … Chose ETSU because it was a wonderful environment for her to not only be a successful athlete, but to be a successful person ... Majoring in Rehabilitative Health Sciences.


* Played conference only schedule due to COVID-19 pandemic