Lauren Haas
    Lauren Haas


    Bremerton, Wash.

    High School:





    - CoSIDA/ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District - First Team
    - First-Team MVC Scholar-Athlete

    Started 55 games for the Salukis, playing in 56... Hit .267 (44-for-165) with nine doubles and five home runs... Tied for first on the team and tied for fifth in the MVC in sacrifice bunts with 13... Scored 30 runs and recorded 27 RBI... Scored eight game-winning runs, including the bottom of the sixth game-winner against Bradley in the Quarterfinals of the MVC Tournament...Hit .278 (20-for-72) in MVC games...Had a team-best 333 put outs with 16 assists for a .989 fielding percentage.

    - Second-Team All-MVC
    - First-Team MVC Scholar-Athlete
    - CoSIDA/ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District - First Team

    Started 41 games for the Salukis, playing in 44... Started 23 games at third base, four at shortstop and 14 at designated player... Hit .317 (39-for-123) with nine doubles, a triple and five home runs... Ranked second on the team and 16th in the MVC in batting average... Ranked 14th in the MVC in slugging percentage with .528... Scored 21 runs... Finished in a tie for 17th in the Valley in home runs with five... Ranked second on the team and tied for 15th in the MVC in RBI with 26... Tied for team lead and tied for ninth in the MVC in doubles with nine... Hit .333 (18-for-54) in Valley games... Named MVC Player of the Week on April 17... Named to the Mississippi State Invitational All-Tournament Team... Hit her first career triple on April 15 against Indiana State.

    Started in 23 games with all but two at shortstop, played in 34 total games... Hit .308 (20-of-65) with two doubles, seven home runs, 10 RBI and 20 runs scored... Hit the home run that broke the MVC team home run record, hitting SIU's 46th home run of the season against Missouri State... Hit first collegiate home run March 30 against Saint Louis... Scored two game-winning runs.

    Pre-SIU / Olympic
    Named first-team all-league as a sophomore, junior and senior, including the conference Co-MVP Award and the team Offensive MVP as a sophomore... Set school records as a senior with a .620 average and .888 slugging percentage... Also stole 11 bases... Named team captain and MVP as a junior and senior... First-team all-county, school's Most Inspirational Award and Central Kitsap Report's Female Athlete of the Year as a senior... Hit .467 as a junior and was nominated for the national Wendy's High School Heisman Award... Participated in the senior all-star state challenge and the Benik All-Star Showcase as a junior and senior... Earned 10 letters in softball (3), basketball (3) and soccer (4) as a prep... Honorable mention all-league as a junior in basketball... Second-team all-league (senior) and honorable mention all-league (junior) in soccer.

    A marketing major... Has a 3.74 cumulative GPA... Named Kitsap County Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year and earned the U.S. Army Reserves National Female Scholar-Athlete Award... Graduated with a 3.913 GPA, ranking 18th of 342 in her class... Was a three-time Academic Letter award winner...Earned Washington State Principals' Scholar Program Award... League scholar-athlete of the year nominee... Nominated to National Youth Leadership Forum on Medicine... Has two sisters, Katie and Rachel, and a brother, Josh... Daughter of Danny and Pattie Haas... Born on October 17, 1985 in Bremerton, Wash.