2002 – Did not compete.
2001 - Reliever appeared in eight games and posted a 10.38 ERA . . . Threw a career-high three innings against Bucknell . . . Had three scoreless appearances out of the bullpen: against Troy State, San Jose State and Northwestern . . . Struck out a career-high three at Ohio State over 1 1/3 innings of work . . . Pitched for the San Luis Obispo, Calif. Blues over the summer . . . Posted a 2.96 ERA with two saves in 17 appearances, the second-most on the team . . . Team placed third in the NBC World Series.
2000 - Redshirted the season due to a back injury . . . Named an Eastern All-Star for the Twin City Stars of the CICL over the summer, posting a 4-3 record and 4.00 ERA in 11 appearances and eight starts . . . Threw four complete games and struck out 56 while only walking 24 over the summer season.
1999 - Freshman saw action in two games: against MacMurray and Eastern Illinois . . . Allowed six hits and six earned runs and walked three in three innings of work . . . Played for the Twin City Stars of the Central Illinois Collegiate League, posting 46 K’s in 53 innings . . . Twin City Stars won the Eastern Division of the CICL.
High School - Earned eight varsity letters at Morrison: three each in baseball and basketball and two in football . . . Holds the Morrison career, single-season and single-game strikeout records . . . In three varsity seasons, threw three perfect games and three no-hitters . . . Struck out 109 in 57 1/3 innings his junior year and 105 in 49 innings his senior season . . . An all-area selection in baseball his junior and senior seasons . . . Also an all-conference selection as a quarterback and in basketball his senior year.
Personal - Parents are Robert and Barbara Hahn . . . Major is speech communications . . . Aspires to play professional baseball and then coach at the Division I level . . . Came to Illinois for the school's great academic reputation and for the outstanding baseball program . . . Father most influenced his athletic career because he taught him how to pitch at a young age and always helped him improve . . . Chose Illinois over Creighton, Michigan State, Stetson and Kansas.