A school-record 15 Falcons honored for their work in the classroom
Lucas Fumagalli, Dylan Abood, Kyle Haak. were honored for their work in the class room
A school-record 14 Falcons were honored for their excellence off the ice
Freshman center scored two goals in the Holy Cross series
Named to the NCAA East Regional all-tournament team … Played in 41 games and was second on the team with 14 goals and 33 points … His +13 was the third best on the team and second among the forwards … Had three power-play goals, three game-winners and a shortie … Second on the team with 358 face-off wins … Face-off winning percentage of 55.5 was third on the team … At the East Regional, scored two goals in the win over No. 8 Western Michigan, including a short-handed breakaway that made SportsCenter Top 10 … Had an assist in the regional final against No. 2 Harvard … Career high three points (1-2-3) in the win over Bentley (Oct. 21) … Career-high three assists against RIT (Nov. 11) … Matched his career high with two goals against Holy Cross (Dec. 3), Niagara (Dec. 10) and Bentley (Feb. 3) … Named academic all-conference.
Played in 36 games and was fifth on the team with nine goals and sixth with 19 points ... His 19 points were the most among the freshmen while his nine goals were second ... His +8 tied for fifth on the team, third among the forwards and best among the freshmen ... Started his career with career-best two goals in the win over fifth-ranked Denver in the season opener ... Career-best three points (1-2-3) against Canisius in game one of the AHC Quarterfinal series ... In that series, had four points (2-2-4) ... Named academic all-conference.
Before Air Force
Played in 177 games for the Aberdeen Wings of the NAHL … Was among the team’s top rookie scorers in 2012-13 with 25 points (5-20-25) … Teammate with current Falcon Erik Baskin in 2012-13 … Fifth on the team with 41 points (14-27-41) in 2013-14 … Led the team with 19 goals, 35 assists and 54 points in 2014-15 … Received the 2014-15 Central Division Academic Achievement Award...Junior coach was Francis Anzalone ... Graduated from Okemos High School ... Named first-team all-state in tennis and lacrosse twice each ...Valedictorian of high school as a senior.
Member of Cadet Squadron 31 ... Parents are David Haak and Kris Jamieson ... Has one older brother, who is attending medical school at Michigan State ... Major is physics and minoring in nuclear weapons and strategy ... This past summer, travelled to Ramstein AFB, Germany, on Operation Air Force … Also worked Basic Cadet Training as an element leader … is the A-Flight NCO in his squadron … On the superintendent’s list all four semesters for excellence in academics, military and physical fitness ... Long-team goal is to go to work with Einstein Energy to provide low-cost, carbon-free emission and dependable electricity … ... Greatest individual moment in sports was making the NCAA’s top five hockey plays as a freshman ... Won two tennis state championships in high school ... Was named all-state twice in lacrosse … Wears his jersey number in honor of his former AAA hockey coach Dean Dixon, who passed away from brain cancer ... One word to describe himself is intellectual ... Credits his big brother, Jamieson Haak with having the greatest influence on his sports career … Grandfather, William “Wild Bill” Haak, served as an Army Airborne Ranger ... Started playing hockey at the age of five.