Favorite athlete: Peyton Manning
Favorite Illinois volleyball memory: Our team had an amazing conversation about who would fight who one night when we were in Italy and it was hilarious.
Favorite professional sports team: Bears or Brewers
Favorite restaurant: Chipotle, I couldn't live without it.
Nickname: Hil, H squared
Favorite Food: Thai food (Lard Nar) or funfetti cake
Favorite TV Show: Dexter
Favorite Musical Group: Nora Jones, Dixie Chicks, Dave Matthews
Favorite Movie: Gladiator or Tommy Boy
How I started playing the game of volleyball: My big sister played and I wanted to be like her.
My dream job would be: Owning my own business
If you weren't playing volleyball, which sport would you want to play? Soccer. I played when I was younger and really enjoyed it.
If you could visit any place in the world, where would you choose to go and why? Africa, I've heard about how unbelievably beautiful it is so I'd love to see it for myself.
Tell us about a unique or quirky habit of yours. I eat jelly on my grilled cheese. It's so good.
What's your favorite cartoon character, and why? Mulan because she's so tough.
If you could have a t-shirt printed with a message, what would it be? Got change? Because I set money
Something I couldn't live without: My sweat pants. They are the warmest and most comfortable thing I own.
Named Honorable Mention All-Region
Named Honorable Mention All-America
Named All-Big Ten Named Academic All-District
Named Academic All-Big Ten
Ranked 16th in the nation and second in the Big Ten in assists (11.42 aps)
Led the nation in assists after the third week of the season
Ranked eighth in the NCAA Tournament in assists (12.43) and tied for sixth in the tournament in services aces (0.71) through two rounds of the tournament
Named to the All-Tournament team at the State Farm Illini Classic after totaling 126 assists and engineering an Illinois attack that hit .409, .330 and .252, respectively, in three matches
Named to the All-Tournament team at the Active Ankle Challenge after totaling 79 assists in victories over Louisville and Ohio
Posted nine double-doubles with 45 assists and 10 digs at Louisville; 33 assists and 10 digs vs. New Mexico State; and 50 assists and 17 digs at Michigan, 54 assists and 11 digs vs. Purdue, 50 assists and 15 digs at Indiana, 26 assists and 10 digs at Wisconsin, 44 assists and 14 digs vs. Michigan, 34 assists and 11 digs vs. Minnesota and 43 assists and 10 digs vs. Hawaii
Posted an incredible .826 set percentage at Ohio State on Nov. 15. Illinois had 44 kills off her 52 sets in the match
Missed the Northwestern match due to illness
Named Academic All-Big Ten Started at setter for the Illini in the 6-2 system Led the Illini and ranked ninth in the Big Ten with 848 assists (6.73 aps) Had three double-doubles at the Tennessee Comcast Classic Totaled season-best 33 assists vs. Tennessee and Northwestern Played front row, filling in on the right side during the last two months Had 44 blocks assists on the year, including 21 block assists in the last seven matches.
Opened the season sharing the setting duties in a 6-2 offense with junior Lizzie Bazzetta
Had 27 assists in her collegiate debut vs. Bowling Green
Started seven matches on the year, including both matches against Indiana and Purdue against Indiana
Set a career high with 60 assists in victory at Indiana
Had a double-double against Michigan State with 58 assists and 10 digs Registered six double-doubles, including a career-best 15 digs to go along with 32 assists vs. Michigan
Rated No. 23 and named an All-American by prepvolleyball.com Regarded as one of the top three setters in the nation First team All-State selection by the Chicago Tribune and Champaign News-Gazette as a junior and a senior, leading Prairie Ridge to a state runner-up finish in 2004 and 2005 Tabbed as the All-Area Athlete of the Year by the Northwest Herald In her four years, Prairie Ridge won four regional titles and four Fox Valley Conference titles and posted a combined 142-22 record Named the top setter at the Mizuno Cup and seven all-tournament accolades in her career In her final two seasons, Haen had a combined 299 kills, 113 blocks, 673 digs, 1553 assists and 72 aces High school coach was Stephanie Otto Received All-America honors three times while playing for Sky High and Club Fusion (coached by Wayne King).
Birthday is Dec. 12 Daughter of John and Jackie Haen Plans to major in accounting and finance Enjoys movies, traveling, and reading
Year MP GP K E TA Pct. A SA SE RE DIG BS BA TB BE BHE 2007 17 51 8 7 32 .031 395 2 19 0 112 1 14 15 1 9 2008 34 126 26 9 74 .215 848 9 16 1 271 0 44 44 5 13 2009 30 105 32 17 104 .144 1199 17 30 0 232 2 41 43 5 18 2010 33 128 54 15 133 .293 1471 24 13 0 285 3 56 59 2 10 Total 115 414 122 48 346 .214 3956 53 78 1 910 6 156 162 13 52
K: 6 vs. Michigan (10/29/10) TA: 9 vs. Purdue (10/15/10) PCT: 1.000 at Penn State (11/13/10) A: 63 vs. Northwestern (10/2/10) SA: 5 vs. IPFW (12/3/09) D: 20 vs. Michigan (10/29/10) BS: 1, 6x, last vs. Minnesota (11/20/10) BA: 6 at Purdue (11/19/08) TB: 6 at Purdue (11/19/08)