Hana Lohmann Named Florida Athlete Of The Year

Hana Lohmann currently plays for Trinity Baptist College.

Wellington resident Hana Lohmann — a 2023 graduate of Glades Day School in Belle Glade —was recently voted SBLive Florida’s 2022-23 Female High School Athlete of the Year. Lohmann earned an impressive 81.92 percent of the 89,359 votes in a Florida statewide poll. She was one of 15 statewide finalists for the title of the top Florida Female High School Athlete of the Year.

During Lohmann’s senior season at Glades Day School, her girls varsity soccer team compiled a 17-6-1 record. In Lohmann’s senior campaign, she scored a state-best 65 goals and had 29 assists. Her team won the Class 2A, District 13 championship and advanced to the Florida High School Athletic Association (FHSAA) Class 2A regional semifinals. A 7-0 loss to the South Florida HEAT ended Glades Day School’s season and Lohmann’s high school soccer career.

In addition to playing soccer, Lohmann started on the girls varsity volleyball team, ran track and field, and was also a varsity cheerleader.

In volleyball, Lohmann helped guide her team to an FHSAA Class 1A, District 8 championship. Last fall, Glades Day School’s girls varsity volleyball team also advanced to the FHSAA’s Class 1A regional semifinals. In track and field, Lohmann was the FHSAA’s Class 1A, Region 4 district champion in the 100-meter hurdles and 400-meter hurdles. She is the Glades Day School record holder in five events — the 100-meter hurdles (18.09 seconds); 400-meter hurdles (1:13.3 seconds); 300-meter hurdles (49.35 seconds); 4×100-meter relay (52.78 seconds); and the triple jump (9.94 meters).

On the soccer field, Lohmann’s goal-scoring prowess was not restricted to her senior season. Her soccer career at Glades Day started when she was in the sixth grade. After combining her productivity from sixth grade through her senior year, she scored 198 goals and had 113 assists. Throughout her entire high school varsity career, her head coach was her mother, Angee Lohmann, who is also a teacher at Glades Day School.

Coach Lohmann enjoyed the front-row seat to her daughter’s seven-year-long goal-scoring barrage.

“I just did the best I could do each day as a wife, mother, teacher and coach. And, I’ve always loved it,” she said. “Hana had many great coaches at Glades Day School and through club sports. I think that’s what drives me. I want to find and nurture the best qualities in student-athletes, present opportunities and see what they do with them. It’s rewarding to see them succeed. I think every coach feels that way.”

Lohmann is currently a freshman at Trinity Baptist College in Jacksonville, where she is starting for the women’s soccer team as the team’s attacking midfielder. After Trinity’s first three games this fall, the squad’s record is 1-1-1. During those three games, Lohmann has scored one goal and had one assist. Her one goal was the game-winner in Trinity’s 3-2 victory over Agnes Scott College on Aug. 26.