Born in Wilmington, Delaware in 1997, Adrianna is cared for by her two parents, Simeon and Loretta Hahn. Her father was her coach since birth. Easily becoming a basketball phenom in middle school, she soon went on to play at Ursuline Academy, all-girls private catholic high school, where she also met Delaware legend and head coach John Noonan. Hahn joined the varsity team in 8th grade and quickly became the star player coming off the bench. Heading down to Washington, D.C. for the Tina Thompson Classic, Adrianna was the MVP of the game as an 8th grader. From the recognition, she also met her lifelong personal trainer, Keith Veney, aka "ShotDoc." Later that season of 2012, Hahn tore her ACL in the quarterfinals of the state tournament at University of Delaware. Having gone through a six month recovery, Adrianna went on to her freshman year of high school and won her first state championship.
Throughout her high school career, Adrianna went on to winning 2 state championships, 4 all-time Delaware POYs, 3 time Gatorade POYs, and earned many scholarships to play at D1 universities. Between her 7th grade and sophomore year of high school, Hahn played for the Philadelphia Belles AAU team. Hahn developed a bone bruise in her other knee and eventually was diagnosed with an Osteochondral Defect that required two surgeries. Hahn sat out her sophomore summer season for AAU and returned the next summer, but moved on to play for the first ever girls Team Takeover Elite in Washington, D.C. Adrianna received offers from Stanford, NC State, Michigan State, Virginia Tech, Florida, and more but wanted to stay close to home and chose Villanova University.
Adrianna attended Villanova University summer of 2015, where she pursued a degree in Communications and Marketing. During her freshman year season, Hahn came off the bench as a point guard and shooting guard, and quickly molded into the "Villanova Basketball System" legendary head coach Harry Parretta saw Hahn fit. Adrianna received 6th Woman of the Year and All-Big East freshman team at the end of her first season, and also helped Parretta reach his 700th win in one of her top all-scoring games, finishing with 29 points in a victory over Georgetown.
Moving onto the rest of her career, Hahn was the starting point guard for Villanova and one of the Big East's top players during her time. Adrianna's junior season, the Villanova women's basketball team played in the NCAA tournament, beating South Dakota St. in the first round. The Wildcats were defeated by the 2018 National Champions, Notre Dame in the second round. Graduating early with a completed bachelor's degree, Hahn moved on to graduate school for Digital Media Studies her senior year. Hahn only made it to the NCAA tournament once, but finished her career as a top 10 scorer in history, Villanova's All-time 3pt record holder, and Big East All-time 3pt record holder.
Adrianna Hahn is a Delaware native and Villanova basketball legend, earning multiple accomplishments while also being recognized on the highest basketball levels in the country. In addition to her list of player accolades, Hahn also obtains a high I.Q for the game and translates that into her very own basketball training camps and clinics, Hahn Hoops, LLC.