After four years of playing the point for the Alabama Women’s Basketball team, Hannah Barber announced that she would be returning for the 2022-23 season.

“The University of Alabama has been the greatest opportunity of my life but we’re not done yet,” said Barber.

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The Homewood, Ala., native, has been running the offense for the past two years and will be at the top of the key once again.

In her first season at Alabama, Barber played in 30 of 31 games, ranking fourth on the team in assists. The next season she played in all 30 games, shooting 14-of-26 (53.8 percent) from beyond the arc.

During her junior year, Barber started 25 of 27 games, averaging 30.9 minutes per game and 6.0 points per game. Barber also led the team in assists with 107 total.

This past season, Barber averaged 33.2 minutes per game, 8.0 points per game, and 2.5 rebounds per game. Barber once again led the team in assists with 98 total.

Barber has also been named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll every season.

Barber will be returning with two other super seniors Megan Abrams and Brittany Davis. Davis announced her return a few weeks ago while Abrams announced her return an hour after Barber.

Alabama looks to use this experience to make the NCAA Tournament after a WNIT Quarterfinals run this past season.

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