2015 Battle on the Bayou All-Tournament Team
2015 LSWA Honorable Mention All-Louisiana
Played three seasons at LSU from 2015-17 after transferring from Florida State ... Appeared in 57 matches with 51 starts in her three seasons with the Tigers ... Ended her career with three goals and five assists for 11 points ... Set career-highs with three goals, four assists and 10 points while playing as a forward during her sophomore season in 2015 ... Netted two match-winning goals against Western Kentucky and Missouri in her debut season with the Tigers ... Key member of LSU's NCAA Tournament team in 2015 ... Showed her versatility while playing as both a central defender and outside back over her final two seasons as a junior and senior ... Attempted a total of 51 shots with 15 shots on goal for a .294 SOG percentage during her career.
SENIOR SEASON (2017)
Showed her versatility throughout her senior season while playing both as a wide forward and left back in 2017 ... Appeared in 15 matches with nine starts on the campaign ... Started seven of 10 matches in SEC play ... Made her season debut in LSU's 2-0 home win over Lamar on Aug. 25 just six months after tearing her ACL at the beginning of spring practice ... Entered the starting lineup for the first time in a 1-0 home win against Liberty on Sept. 10 ... Credited with one assist for one point on the season ... Assisted Alex Thomas' goal in the 49th minute of a 2-2 home draw with Mississippi State on Sept. 24 ... Part of LSU's defensive unit that ended the year with a 1.12 goals against average while conceding 21 goals to opponents in 18 matches ... Helped the Tigers slash their GAA from 1.51 the year before while conceding eight fewer goals than the 2016 season ... Finished with two shot attempts and one shot on target over the course of the season ... Earned her third varsity letter.
JUNIOR SEASON (2016)
Made a comfortable transition to the back line while starting all 19 matches for the Tigers in 2016 ... Played primarily as a central defender alongside three-year starter Jordane Carvery during her junior season ... Also saw action at left back early in the campaign ... Part of LSU's defensive unit that ended the season with a 1.51 goals against average while conceding 29 goals to opponents on the year ... Helped the team keep seven clean sheets ... Joined her defensive teammates in shutting out the likes of College of Charleston (1-0), Indiana (3-0), Western Kentucky (1-0) and Lamar (4-0) in the non-conference season and Ole Miss (3-0), Mississippi State (1-0) and Alabama (0-0) in SEC play ... Attempted 19 total shots with five shots on goal for a .253 SOG% for the season ... Also served as LSU's primary free-kick taker throughout the season ... Earned her second varsity letter.
SOPHOMORE SEASON (2015)
Slotted into the lineup as LSU’s starting attacking midfielder after arriving on campus from Florida State in the summer … One of four Tigers to start all 23 matches during a season in which the team returned to the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2011 and fifth time in program history … Scored three goals and dished out four assists for 10 points as the team’s fifth-leading scorer on the season … Her first LSU goal proved to be the game-winner in the 58th minute of a 4-1 win over Western Kentucky on Aug. 28 … Followed by assisting Jorian Baucom’s game-winning goal in the 70th minute of a 1-0 shutout of Minnesota on Aug. 30 … Named to the All-Tournament Team at LSU’s “Battle on the Bayou” with her performance against Western Kentucky and Minnesota … Helped kick start the comeback in LSU’s 4-3 win over Georgia on Sept. 17 as she pulled the score back to 3-2 with her second goal of the season in the 37th minute … Assisted Gabriela Maldonado’s opener in the 64th minute and netted the game-winning goal in the 70th minute of LSU’s 2-1 comeback win over Missouri on Oct. 9 … Assisted LSU’s first goal in each of the team’s 2-1 wins over Kentucky in the first round and Missouri in the second round at the SEC Tournament … Helped the team advance to the SEC Tournament semifinals with her performance in Orange Beach … Attempted 30 shots with nine shots on goal during the 2015 season … Honored by the Louisiana Sports Writers Association for her performance as an honorable mention selection to the LSWA All-Louisiana Team following the season … Earned her first varsity letter with the Tigers.
PRIOR TO LSU
Transferred to LSU following her freshman season with the national champion Florida State Seminoles in 2014 … Played 11 games for the Seminoles as a true freshman during their national championship campaign … Credited with one assist on the season … Attempted four shots with two shots on goal in the attack … Named to the Dean’s List at Florida State for the 2015 spring semester … A product of Fivay High School in Port Richey, Florida … Named one of the “Players to Watch” in the Class of 2014 by TopDrawerSoccer.com … Also a TopDrawerSoccer.com Girls IMG Academy 150 Player Pool member in the Class of 2014 … Helped lead her high school team to five state championships during her prep career … A three-year member of the Region III Olympic Development Program Team from 2010-12 … Part of the Region III ODP Team that took part in an international tour of Costa Rica in 2010 … A four-year member of the Florida State ODP Team during her prep career … Played club soccer with the VSI Flames … Invited to train at the U.S. Soccer National Training Center in Carson, California, with the VSI Flames in 2011 and 2012 … Member of the third-place team at the ECNL Nationals/Champions League … Finished the 2012-13 season tied as the third-highest point scorer with six goals and one assist on the season … Invited to the 2014 ECNL Player Development Program in South Carolina in March 2014 … Also played in the Boca Raton Interregional event with the VSI Flames in 2010 and 2012.
Full name is Debbie Victoria Hahn … Born on June 20, 1996 … Parents are Richard and Barbara Hahn … Has an older sister, Danielle, and a younger sister, Kristen … Was a four-year honor roll student at Fivay High School from 2010-13 … Graduated from high school with a 3.9 unweighted and 4.1 weighted grade-point average … Majoring in business administration.