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Hallie Klanke - Women's Soccer - Kansas Jayhawks

Hallie Klanke

Position Midfielder/Forward
Height 5-5
Class R-Senior
Hometown Lee's Summit, Mo.
High School Lee’s Summit West HS / North Carolina



  • Played in 15 matches for Kansas (11 starts)
  • Team leader in goals (4), assists (5), points (13), and shots on goal (13)
  • Recorded a career-high four points in a 6-0 win over Colorado College (Aug. 27)
  • Tallied two or more points in four straight matches (Aug. 27 – Sept. 7)
  • TopDrawerSoccer National Team of the Week (Sept. 5)


  • Missed the season with an injury
  • Transferred to Kansas with two years of eligibility remaining


  • Did not play in a game


  • Competed in all 20 games of the season
  • Scored a goal against Wake Forest and Notre Dame
  • Attempted nine shots, with three shots on goal
  • Played 550 minutes during the season
  • Recorded an assist on the game-winning goal against Washington on May 5 to advance North Carolina to the NCAA Tournament quarterfinals
  • Recorded her third assist of the season against Texas A&M in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Tournament
  • Ended her sophomore campaign with seven points


  • Named to Dean’s List in spring 2019
  • Came off the bench in 20 games at the forward spot
  • Played 337 minutes overall, including a season-high 46 against Belmont in NCAA first round
  • Played 24 minutes against Indiana and nine minutes against Duke on the opening weekend of the season
  • Assisted on Alexis Strickland’s game-winning goal against Duke with 13 seconds left in the first half of that game, just 36 seconds after she entered the game
  • Played 27 minutes against Washington and 29 minutes versus Portland
  • Played 31 minutes against LSU and 25 minutes against UNLV


  • Attended Saint Thomas Aquinas High School in Overland Park, Kansas as a freshman and sophomore and Lee’s Summit West High School in Lee’s Summit, Mo., as a junior and senior
  • Had 37 goals and 34 assists in her two years at Saint Thomas Aquinas
  • 2016 second-team All-America for high school season at Saint Thomas Aquinas
  • 2016 EKL Offensive Player of the Year for high school season at Saint Thomas Aquinas
  • First team forward for Eastern Kansas League in 2016
  • Won Kansas City Star Athlete of the Week award in April 2016
  • 2016 Offensive Player of the Year at Saint Thomas Aquinas
  • 2015/2016 Team MVP at STAHS
  • 2016 first-team Kansas All-State
  • 2016 first-team All-Metro selection
  • Named the 2016 Most Valuable Player at adidas Tournament of Champions in Burlington, Iowa where she had six assists
  • 2016 NSCAA girls’ high school All-Central Region Team honoree
  • Tapped for 2017 Top Drawer Five All-America Watch List
  • 2017 MO-KAN All-Tournament Team
  • Scored 115 goals throughout high school and club career from 2015-18
  • Principal’s honor roll all four years of high school
  • Supported Ronald McDonald House and Christmas for the poor


  • Played one year of ECNL soccer and then played for the Development Academy during his junior and senior years
  • Second-leading scorer in girls development academy central conference with 21 goals
  • Played all of her youth soccer career as a forward • won the 2014 MYSA Goal of the Year Award
  • Earned honors on 2001 Missouri ODP Team every year from 2012 through 2016
  • Chosen for 2001 Region II ODP team four straight years from 2013-16
  • 2001 Region II ODP InterRegional National Tournament attendee in Boca Raton, Fla. in 2015 and 2016
  • Won three Missouri state championships with Futura Pink Panthers club team from 2014-16; also won Region II titles with same club team in 2015 and 2016
  • Made two national championship appearances in 2015 & 2016, including a third-place finish the latter year
  • Second-place national league finish with Future Pink Panthers in 2015/2016 club action
  • Won 85 tournament and league titles from U08 to U16 club squads
  • U.S. National Indoor Futsal Champions with Futura Pink Panthers club team in 2015 and 2016


  • Daughter of James and Lisa Klanke
  • Has one sister, Hannah
  • Has played soccer since she was three years old
  • Plays the guitar
  • Received bachelor’s degrees in sports management and organizational communication with a minor in entrepreneurship at North Carolina
  • Currently pursuing her master’s degree in sport management
Women's Soccer ⚽️ Huge Second Half Propels Kansas to 4-1 Victory at Loyola Chicago

Kansas scored four unanswered goals in the second half Sunday to lift the Jayhawks to a 4-1 win at Loyola Chicago and return to Lawrence with a 1-0-1 record after the first road trip of the season. Sophomore Lexi Watts, freshman Montelene Dymond, redshirt junior Hallie Klanke and junior Magali Gagné all scored in the win.