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  Crystal Hahs

Crystal Hahs

Player Profile


San Clemente, CA

High School:
San Clemente





Hahs appeared in all 27 games for the Matadors, making 25 starts, including all 16 Big West Conference games ... set new career highs by averaging 30.5 minutes, 7.4 points, 4.9 rebounds and 1.5 assists per game ... set school record for career blocked shots against Long Beach State on Jan. 26, finishing junior season with 76 rejections, the second-most in school history for a single season ... finished 9th among all Division I players by averaging 2.8 blocks per game ... recorded at least four blocks in nine games and at least five blocks in five games, including a season-high six rejections against UC Santa Barbara on Mar. 6 ... reached double figures seven times during season, including a career-high 17 points at UC Davis on Jan. 10 ... posted 12 points and 12 rebounds to record first career double-double at San Diego on Nov. 11 ... had three double-figure rebound games ... 40 season assists finished third on the team ... connected on first career 3-pointer against Fresno State on Dec. 30, finishing with nine on the season.


Hahs played in 25 games, starting nine contests and averaging 2.3 points, 2.1 rebounds and 1.1 blocks per game ... finished in a tie for first on the team with Katie Holloway, recording 26 blocks ... set new Northridge single-game record with seven blocks against Pacific on Dec. 30 ... also had eight points four rebounds and set new career mark with three steals in same contest against the Tigers ... set new career highs with 12 points, five field goals against Cal State Fullerton on Jan. 12 ... tied a career high with eight rebounds at BYU on Dec. 9 ... dished out career-best four assists in season-opener against San Diego on Nov. 10 ... moved into sixth all-time at Northridge in blocks with 60 in just 55 games.


Hahs started in 20 games in her freshman campaign, appearing in all 30 contests ... averaged 3.0 points and rebounds per game ... led the Matadors in blocked shots at 34 for an average of 1.13 per game, ranking her seventh among Big West players ... notched a season-high 10 points in the Matadors' Big West first-round victory against UC Irvine on Mar. 8, making 3-of-4 from the field and all four of her free throws ... scored at or above her season average 13 times, which includes a nine-point effort against San Jose State on Nov. 21 ... grabbed a season-high eight rebounds three different times against San Jose State and Cal Poly (Jan. 28) and in a win at UC Riverside on Jan. 9 ... blocked five shots in a victory over Eastern Michigan (Nov. 26) and four each against Washington State (Nov. 27) and UC Riverside (Jan. 9).


Hahs played basketball for four seasons at San Clemente High School in San Clemente, Calif. ... earned all-league honors each season and helped the Tritons to three league titles (2002-04) and two CIF championships (2002-03, 2003-04) ... named the Most Valuable Player of the South Coast League and Player of the Year following her senior season ... received team MVP honors in 2002-03 and won the Best Defense award in 2001-02 ... coached by Mary Mulligan ... graduated in 2005 with a 4.06 grade point average.


Born in San Clemente, Calif. on March 19, 1987 ... parents are Gerre and Mike Hahs ... has a younger sister, Kelly and two younger brothers, Aaron and Jesse ... also recruited by Chico State, Utah State, Long Beach State, UC San Diego and Cal Poly ... favorites include actors Will Ferrell and Julia Roberts, eating orange chicken, the television show "One Tree Hill" and the movie "Wedding Crashers" ... chose Cal State Northridge because of the basketball team and the deaf studies program ... lists her greatest moment in sports as winning two CIF championships ... says the best thing about being an athlete is the game and the people you meet, while the toughest thing is the strenuous practices ... likes to sign music and hang out with friends when she has time to relax ... says her one luxury item on "Survivor" would be her camera ... states no one knows how much she loves ranch dressing ... would like to be stranded on a deserted island with her best friend or a cute boy ... majoring in deaf studies.