Tesha Hanson, quite possibly the most well-traveled player in Hillsborough County girls basketball history, is on the move again.
A versatile 5-foot-10 rising senior who averaged 19 points last season at Riverview, Hanson is transferring back to Seffner Christian, which she helped lead to the Class 1A state tournament in 2010.
SCA athletic director Andy Holmes announced Hanson's move, her third in as many years, Tuesday evening. Hanson played at Wharton as a freshman and moved to SCA the following year before transferring to Riverview.
Hanson, the daughter of former Kentucky star and current USF director of basketball operations Reggie Hanson, averaged 19 points, 5.5 rebounds and 3.9 steals for the Sharks (21-5) as a junior. The season before, she averaged nearly a double-double (24.7 ppg, 9.7 rpg, 5.7 steals) for Seffner Christian (23-8).
She joins a Crusaders team that now shapes up as a darkhorse state tournament contender. Coach Greg Fawbush is expected to return his top three scorers from last season's 24-5 team.