Brett Haan
Brett Haan


Lafayette, Ind.

High School:
Central Catholic

Last College:
Parkland CC

Height / Weight:
6-4 / 200




Purdue Personal Preferences
Favorite Athlete: LeBron James
Favorite Pro Stadium: Wrigley Field
Current Teammate Most Likely to Become a Coach: Steve Maniago
Toughest Hitter for Him to Face Among Teammates: Kyle Wood
Current MLB Hitter He'd Like to Face: Jacoby Ellsbury
Person He'd Like to Have Dinner With: Floyd Mayweather
In His MP3 Player: Drake
Last Concert He Attended: Drake
Favorite Writer: Dr. Seuss
Favorite Actor, Actress & Director: Will Smith, Jennifer Lawrence & Christopher Nolan
Favorite Month: April
Favorite Holiday: New Year's
Favorite Food: Tacos
Favorite Outdoor Activity: Golf
Another Sport He Enjoys: Basketball
Favorite Purdue Building: Hicks Library
Favorite Big City: Chicago
Unique Travel Locale: Calgary, Canada
Country He'd Like to Visit: Australia
Favorite Thing About Alexander Field: The Bullpen
Most Memorable Game at Purdue: Game 4 of 2013 Black & Gold Series
Enjoyed this Professor's Class: Jacob Boswell, Math

2014 Season
Haan pitched in 14 games, making five starts... started Big Ten series finales against Penn State, Michigan State and Michigan along with the neutral-site game against Butler and the midweek game at Indiana State... induced six ground ball double plays in 29 innings pitched, the best ratio on the team... worked five shutout innings versus PSU to help lead Purdue to its only shutout win of the season... also gave the Boilers a chance to win with 4 1/3 innings of two-run ball in the finale of the Michigan State series... worked four innings of scoreless relief in the 16-inning marathon with Southern Illinois... pitched 3 2/3 innings of one-run relief in the finale of the Illinois series... worked two scoreless frames in the home-opening win against IPFW... made two relief appearances in the Rice and San Diego State series. Individual Game-by-Game Stats

Junior College
Haan played his first two college seasons at Parkland College in Champaign, Ill.... helped lead Parkland to 40 wins in 2012... had two wins and two saves as a sophomore, highlighted by a three-hit shutout in a win against Kellogg CC... surrendered 24 hits in 28 1/3 innings pitched as a freshman.

High School
Haan was a four-year letter-winner for coach Tim Bordenet at Central Catholic High School in Lafayette... helped Central Catholic win three straight IHSAA Class A state championships from 2009-11, the team compiling a combined 81-20 record in those seasons... team MVP, all-state honoree and North South All-Star as a senior... two-time all-area honoree as an upperclassman... also a standout on the basketball court, winning Lafayette Journal and Courier Small School Area Player of the Year honors each of his upperclassman seasons... averaged 23 points and eight rebounds per game as a senior after scoring 16 points per game as a junior... also played football as an underclassman.

Full name is Brett Patrick Haan... born in Lafayette, Ind.... parents are Pat and Traci Haan, both Purdue alumni... family also includes sisters Stephanie, Alex, Megan and Annie... sister Alex also attends Purdue... majoring in agribusiness management.