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  Jason Haas
Jason Haas

Player Profile

Spring Mills, PA

High School:
Blair Academy (NJ)

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 190




Stanford: Has the strong ability to run the team.

2004-05 Season (Junior): All Pac-10 Academic second team ... Carries a 3.18 gpa in Sociology ... Played double-digits in minutes in 24 of the 31 games, including a career-high 36 minutes against Arizona State (1/6/05) ... Tallied a career-high 18 points (13-for-14 from the free throw line) along with two steals in 29 minutes of play in Stanford's 77-67 victory over nationally- ranked Washington (3/5/05) ... Against the Huskies (3/11/05) in the semifinals of the Pac-10 Tournament, tallied eleven points along with four rebounds ... Started his third collegiate game against Arizona State (1/6/05) and responded with six points, five assists and three rebounds ... Scored nine points (3-for-3 from the floor) along with three assists and a steal against Montana (12/23/04) ... Collected eight points, six assists (only one turnover) and four rebounds in 29 minutes of play in Stanford's 74-58 victory at California (1/15/05) ... Dished out six assists at UCLA (1/20/05) ... Hit 41-of-47 free throw attempts for .872, tops on the Cardinal ... During the last two seasons, has hit 62-of-70 free throws for .886.

2003-04 Season (Sophomore): Named Honorable Mention All Pacific-10 Academic ... Earned his first collegiate start against UNLV (12/13/03) ... Subbing for an injured Chris Hernandez, started two games (UNLV, Florida International) ... In those two games, played 58 minutes, scored eleven points, dished out seven assists along with five rebounds and three steals ... Played a career-high 33 minutes, six points (4-for-4 from the free throw line), five assists and two steals against UNLV (12/13/03) ... Followed up with five points and four rebounds (career-high) against Florida International (12/15/03) ... Played ten key minutes in the second half against Gonzaga (12/20/03) after starter Chris Hernandez picked up his fourth foul with 13:12 in the second half and helped maintain Stanford's lead ... Tallied a career-high seven points along with two assists in 17 minutes against Arizona State (2/5/04) ... Played 16 minutes against Oregon State (2/26/04) with five points and three rebounds ... Scored three points and dished out two assists in seven minutes of play against then #1 ranked Kansas (12/6/03) ... Played double-digit minutes in 14 of the team's 32 games.

2002-03 Season (Freshman): Proved to be a valuable point-guard off the bench ... Gave the Cardinal solid, fundamental play ... Played in 32 of 33 games, including a season-high 17 minutes against Washington State (2/15/03) ... Played double-digits in minutes in nine games ... Played a major role in the 77-66 victory at UNLV (12/21/02) ... With Julius Barnes sustaining his fourth foul early in the second half, Haas came off the bench and helped lead the Cardinal charge to victory ... Also ran the team with veteran precision during a major portion of the second half at Arizona State (2/3/03) when Barnes ran into foul trouble ... Produced six assists with no turnovers against Washington (2/13/03) ... And against California (3/8/03) with Barnes in foul trouble, Haas played eleven key minutes with four assists and no turnovers ... Against Oregon (1/11/04), ran the club in key situations as Stanford handed the Ducks a 81-57 loss ... Pac-10 assist-to-turnover ratio of 23-10.

High School: Averaged 10 assists, eight points and five rebounds per game during his fifth year prep season at Blair Academy in Blairstown, NJ ... Led his team to the New Jersey state championship game ... Helped his team to a 17-9 record and the league championship where he scored 14 points and dished out eight assists in the finale ... His best game was against Proctor Academy with 20 assists and ten points ... Hit 48 percent from three-point territory, 95 percent from the free throw line ... A first-team all-league selection was one of his many athletic honors ... Played for Penns Valley High School in Spring Mills, Pa, during his junior season ... Averaged 22 points and five assists per game as he led his team to the regional semi-finals with a 22-6 record ... For his efforts, was named all-state and all-league MVP among numerous post-season accolades ... In a game against Mt. Union, scored a career-high 40 points.

Cardinal Catalogue: Gained numerous academic honors.

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