The 2019-20 season will be the fifth for Hannah Douglas on the Lake Forest College coaching staff and first as the team's associate head coach. She works directly with the team’s guards and is responsible for scouting.
Lake Forest was 13-13 overall and qualified for the four-team Midwest Conference Tournament with a third-place record of 12-6 in the league in 2018-19. Guard Kelsey Burton, the 2017-18 MWC Newcomer of the Year, was named First Team All-Midwest Conference for the second year in a row, giving Douglas four all-conference selections in her position group in as many seasons. Forester guards combined for 963 points, 378 rebounds, 282 assists, and 125 steals on the year.
The Foresters are 35-35 in league play since Douglas joined the staff and they have advanced to the MWC Tournament each of the last two seasons.
Douglas was a four-year starting guard and finished with 1,097 points during her collegiate career, which included two seasons each at Butler University and DePauw University. At DePauw she averaged 10.2 points per game while contributing to back-to-back North Coast Athletic Conference titles. The Tigers reached the fourth round of the NCAA Division III Tournament in 2014 and the third round in 2015. Douglas was an Honorable Mention All-NCAC selection as a junior and a First Team honoree her senior season.
Douglas graduated from DePauw in 2015 with a degree in communication.
She resides in nearby Libertyville.