Career: Joined Duke as a graduate student transfer … Did not see game action … ACC Academic Honor Roll.
2017: Did not see game action … ACC Academic Honor Roll.
2016: Honorable Mention All-Ivy ... Started 15 games in goal ... Racked up eight wins with four shutouts ... Ranked third in the Ivy League with a 1.02 goals-against average ... Set a career high with eight saves in win over Princeton (10/8).
2015: Made 10 starts in net … Finished 5-4-1 with a pair of shutout wins over Quinnipiac (9/4) and Boston University (10/13) … Recorded a season-high six saves against Princeton (10/10) and BU (10/13) … Finished with a 1.26 goals-against average and a .745 save percentage.
2014: Spun a shutout in his first collegiate game in goal, saving one New Hampshire attempt in 90:53 minutes to protect a 1-0 Brown lead on October 28 … Earned his first win in that game.
As a freshman in 2013: Gained valuable experience as a backup to Josh Weiner ‘14.
Before Brown: A three-year starter on the soccer team at Mechanicsburg Area High School, Hanson was named First Team All-Keystone Division, First Team Mid-Penn, Patriot News Player to Watch, and Central Pennsylvania Big 11 as a senior … Also earned All-Sentinel Honorable Mention recognition … Posted a 1.00 GAA during his senior campaign … One of two players in school history to win Mid-Penn Division two times as a starter … Also the starting goalie for the 14,15 and 16 FC Delco Academy … Member of Philadelphia Union 16 Academy Team and a three-time U.S. Soccer Training Center attendee … Named to Top Drawer Soccer National Team of the Week … Was a previous member of Eastern Pennsylvania ODP Team … Recipient of Wendy's High School Heisman Award.
Personal: The son of Robert and Andrea Hanson, Erik has one brother, Dane, who played soccer at Lafayette … member of National Honor Society and Honor Roll student while at Mechanicsburg Area High School … concentrating in business, entrepreneurship and organizations.