Senior libero Meghan Haas put herself in the record books at Cal State
San Bernardino, becoming the school’s all-time career leader in digs.
Haas chalked up 57 in the Coyotes three matches at the Division II
national tournament at Concordia-St. Paul last weekend to give her
1566 for her career. That total bested the 1,543 of All-American Kim
Ford who played from 2000-2003.
Haas, of Menifee, only played three years having spent her freshman
year at Division I Louisiana Tech. Ford played four years.
Haas actually surpassed Ford’s record in the Coyotes 3-0 semifinal
win over Truman Friday, than added to it in the 3-2 loss to the host
team in the championship showdown.
“She does many, many things that delight me. I don’t think there’s
anything she can’t do on the court,” said veteran coach Kim Cherniss,
who also called
Haas the best defensive player who has ever competed at the school.
Haas was a first-team All-CCAA and West Region selection. She was
given honorable mention All-American by the American Volleyball
The Coyotes finished 30-4, hitting the 30-win plateau for the first
time in school history.