2018 | Freshman | Game-by-game
One of three players to start all 59 games of the 2018 season … Led the team in batting average (.339), slugging percentage (.582), on base percentage (.411), runs scored (45), hits (64), RBIs (57), home runs (12), total bases (110) and walks (22) … 57 RBIs were the most by a Razorback in a single season … Had an 11 game hitting streak from Feb. 18-March 3 and a eight game hitting streak from April 15-May 4 in conference play … Recorded a season high three hits four times, including in a 3-0 win against Ole Miss (April 28) … Posted 5 RBIS against Maris (Feb. 23) in a 15-3 win … Had 18 games with multiple hits … Hit .333 in NCAA postseason play at the NCAA Fayetteville Regional and the NCAA Norman Super Regional … Had three or more RBIs in six games.
On her way to CIF Western League MVP honors, McEwen registered a career-high .521 batting average and helped lead Patrick Henry (Ca.) High School to its second-consecutive CIF Division I runner-up finish. A multiple-time league honoree and three-time league champion with Patrick Henry, McEwen finished her career with a .463 batting average, 187 hits—64 extra-base hits—and 156 runs scored. She had 50 or more hits in each of her last two seasons including 2016 when she was the All-Eastern League Player of the Year.
Hannah is the daughter of Alana Massey and Craig McEwen. Like fellow 2017 signee Kayla Green and current Razorback Autumn Storms, she played travel ball with the So Cal Athletics organization. McEwen is planning to major in early childhood education at Arkansas.