Lower Merion High School soccer standout Hannah Blodget was recently named the Main Line Girls Athlete of the Week following a breakout junior season for the Aces. Blodget was the second-leading scorer for the undefeated Central League champion Aces (12-0), notching seven goals and five assists all while dealing with a troublesome ankle injury that plagued her for a portion of the season. For her exemplary efforts, she earned well-deserved second team All-Main Line honors as well as All-Central League honors.
Lower Merion girls' soccer head coach Kevin Ries said, "Hannah is a dangerous attacker that has a knack of scoring goals. She is a tough, fast goal scorer that finds her way into the box. She makes the other forwards better by breaking down the other team's backline."
Off the pitch at Lower Merion, Blodget is a representative of the Council for Racial Equity and Inclusivity (CREI), and a member of Asian Culture Club, buildOn and American Sign Language Club.
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