Ian Hanavan
Ian Hanavan


Moline, Ill.

High School:
Moline H.S.

Height / Weight:
6-6 / 215


1998-99 Highlights: In his freshman season, averaged 5.7 ppg and finished second on the squad for rebounding with 4.9 rpg which is the most by a UIC rookie in the school's Division I history?started at forward in 20 of 27 games, but missed the final outing of the year against Detroit at the MCC Tournament after breaking his hand in practice?finished as the Flames' top free throw shooter, hitting 85.7% at the line, and ranked fourth among the UIC single season free throw leaders?led the squad in rebounding five times and grabbed double-digit caroms twice?scored in double digits seven times during the season, including a career-high 15 points against Loyola on Jan. 23?registered his first career "double-double" with 10 points and a career-high 14 rebounds against Detroit on Feb. 6?had 14 points, nine rebounds and four steals against Wright State on Jan. 4?led the Flames with 11 points and eight rebounds against Big Ten champs Michigan State on Dec. 13?tallied six points and a team-high 11 rebounds in the outing at Butler on Jan. 28.

Prep Highlights: Finished his career at Moline High School as the seventh all-time leading scorer with 973 points and owns the record for blocked shots in a single season (70) a senior, averaged 16.0 ppg and 11.8 rpg en route to Associated Press Honorable Mention All-State recognition...was also an Illinois Basketball Coaches Association Second Team All-State honoree and Honorable Mention All-State by the Chicago Tribune and Chicago Sun-Times...scored a career-high 29 points versus Springfield Southeast while his top rebounding game of 24 boards came against LaSalle Peru in the sectional semifinals... selected to the All-Western Big Six First Team as well as the All-Western Illinois and all-metro squads...also chosen to the Champaign News Gazette Second Team All-State...competed in the IBCA All-Star game during the summer of '98 and, as a member of the victorious Class AA North team, he tallied 10 points and six rebounds in 15 minutes of a junior, averaged 14.7 ppg, second-most on the squad, and 7.5 rpg as Moline compiled a 23-7 overall record and finished as the Western Big Six champions...shot 50% from the field and 67% at the charity stripe...earned First Team All-Western Big Six honors as well as All-Quad City Metro First Team and All-Western Illinois First Team accolades...a Third Team All-State selection by the Illinois Basketball Coaches Association and the Champaign News Gazette.