Travis Hannah

Head Coach, John glenn high School

Hannah is an IBCA District 1 Coach of the Year after guiding John Glenn to a 24-2 season that included championships in the East Noble Holiday Tournament, the TCU Bi-County Tournament and the Northern Indiana Conference. The Falcons' 24 victories were a school record, and the team's 17-0 start became the longest winning streak in program history. In 23 seasons as a varsity coach, Hannah's teams have a 281- 240 record. He is 188-151 in 15 seasons at John Glenn. Hannah is a 1992 graduate of Triton High School, where he played basketball, and a 1996 graduate of Bethel College. He began his coaching career at Triton under Kevin O'Rourke while attending college. Hannah became a varsity coach in 1999 at age 24 at Brandywine High School in Niles, Mich. He went 27-37 in three seasons there, winning one district championship. Hannah moved to Oregon-Davis in 2002, guiding the Bobcats to a 66-52 in five seasons with a tenure that included two sectionals, two regionals, one semi-state and the 2007 Class A state championship. Hannah was selected the 2022 NIC Coach of the Year. He previously was an IBCA District 1 Coach of the Year in 2007 and was an Indiana Junior All-Star assistant coach the same year. Hannah also was presented an IBCA/Point Guard Transformational Coach Award in 2019.