Alicia Brightwell and Ao Gao each earned first-team honors, the first time two ASU student-athletes made the first-team in the same year.
The No. 3 Sun Devils dropped a tough 10-7 decision to #4 UCLA on Sunday in the third-place game
The Sun Devils will take on UCLA tomorrow in the third-place game with an NCAA bid on the line.
Alicia Brightwell had four goals and E.B. Keeve had 16 saves in the 12-8 decision in the MPSF Tournament opener on Friday.
The Sun Devils overcame a 5-2 first quarter deficit to come back and defeat the Spartans, 11-8.
2012: Scored a career-best 47 goals on the year while leading the team in drawing an impressive 67 kick-outs on opposing players... added three assists for a total of 50 points, the sixth-most points on the team...was a trooper in the center position for ASU and among the most dominant players in that position in the country, as demonstrated by her school-record seven-goal performance against San Diego St. earlier in the season - the team's first conference victory since 2008... became just the fourth individual to be named to an All-America first, second or third team in school history with her second team selection... earned`Superior' All-Academic honors... moved into fifth on ASU's all-time goals scored list this year with 128 and will be well within range of Lynlee Smith's second-place hold of 155 goals heading into next season.
2011: Was fourth on the team with 34 goals while adding six assists for a total of 40 points, the sixth-most points on the team... is nearing the top-10 list in all-time goals scored for the Sun Devils... Scored four goals in a game twice on the season against San Jose State and Claremont Convergence...Scored three or more goals in a game seven times on the season, tied for tops on the team...
2010 Summer: Named captain of the United States team at the Junior Pan-Am Games played in Pinecrest, Fla. She scored goals and drew a lot of exclusions in leading the U.S. team to a silver medal.
2010 Season: Finished her debut season second in school history in goals scored by a freshman and 10th all-time in single-season goals with 47 and added a pair of assists...her 49 points are eighth most in school history by a freshman and she was the team leader among freshman in goals, points and steals (17)...the second-highest freshman goal scorer in the MPSF, she was second on the team with 12 multiple goal games, including six in which she found the back of the net three or more times...recorded a season-high five goals in a win over CS East Bay March 6...collected three goals and a pair of steals against CS Monterey Bay March 7...netted her first career goal Jan. 30 vs. No. 16 Long Beach State...contributed a goal, two assists and a pair of steals vs. Santa Clara March 28...scored four goals in a 14-13 victory over Cal Baptist...took home MPSF Mikasa Newcomer of the Week honors following the ASU Invitational March 26-28...earned ACWPC All-Academic individual honors.
High School: A 2009 graduate of Vista Murrieta High School (Murrieta, CA)...2009 Athlete of the Year...2008 Junior Olympics Gold Medalist...three-time first-team all-league ('07-'09)...2007-08 CIF first-team...2008 academic All-American...lettered four times each in water polo and swimming and diving...2008-09 National Honor Society member...454 career goals in HS, including 145 goals in a single season and 12 goals in a single game.
Personal: Majoring in Child Development...born in Wildomar, CA...parents are Michael and Judy Haas...older brothers Brian and Chris...full name is Shannon Leigh Haas.
|Haas' Career Statistics|
Single Game Superlatives:
Goals 5 vs. CS East Bay (3/6/10)
Assists 2 (2x) last vs. #9 San Diego State (5/1/11)
Points 5 vs. CS East Bay (3/6/10)
Steals 3 (2x) last vs. #9 San Diego State (5/1/11)