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Two-time Tewaaraton Award winner and U.S. World Cup team member Katie Schwarzmann will serve as a volunteer assistant for the 2018 season
MLAX Alum Greg Gurenlian (2003-06) was named to Team USA for Federation of International Lacrosse Men's World Championship
Haus, a former three-time All American and Major League Lacrosse (MLL) All-Star, joins the Nittany Lions after serving as an assistant coach and the offensive coordinator at Furman University the last two seasons. During his tenure with the Paladins, he assisted in all aspects of the program, including player development, recruitment and video breakdown. In his most recent season, he mentored the Southern Conference Freshman of the Year, while five other players earned second-team All-SoCon honors.
Prior to his time at Furman, Haus was an assistant coach at High Point University for one season, where he led the goalie unit. Under his leadership, the team logged a 57-percentage save percentage, while starting goalkeeper Austin Geisler finished 16th in the nation in save percentage. In addition to his work with the goalie unit, Haus helped with offensive game plans and scouting reports.
Haus began his post-graduate coaching career at Dickinson College, serving as the assistant coach and offensive coordinator for the team for one season.
Haus was selected by the Charlotte Hounds with the 15th pick of the 2013 MLL Draft and played in the 2013 championship game. He has been a captain for the Hounds since 2015 and was an All-Star game participant during the 2015 and 2016 seasons.
In January 2017, Haus was named to the 23-player travel roster that will represent the United States in the Federation of International Lacrosse Men's World Championship July 12-21, 2018 in Netanya, Israel.
A standout at the University of Maryland, Haus was a first-team All-ACC and USILA first-team All-America selection in 2013, playing in the Terrapins’ midfield. During his time in College Park, Haus earned the team’s awards for the team’s top midfielder (2013) and the team’s unsung hero (2012). A 2012 and 2011 USILA All-America honorable mention, he helped guide the Terps to an ACC Championship in 2011.