University of Iowa Athletics
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#24 Kaleigh Haus

Height 5-9
Class Freshman
Hometown Des Moines, Iowa
High School Carlisle

Hawk Item — Two-time first-team Academic All-American — the first in program history… played in 68 of 77 career games with 50 starts.

2019 Honors — CoSIDA first-team Academic All-American… CoSIDA first-team All-District 6 honoree… Academic All-Big Ten… Big Ten Distinguished Scholar… named the President’s List for the spring semester and to the Dean’s List for fall and spring semesters. 2019 — Started the first 12 games of the season… scored four goals and had one assist for nine points… missed the final nine games because of injury… had 26 shots, including 12 on goal… scored the game-winning goal in the season-opening win over Western Michigan (8/23)… also scored in wins against Illinois State (9/1), Northern Colorado (9/13), and Illinois (9/26).

2018 Honors — First-team 2018 Google Cloud Academic All-American — the first such honoree in school history… 2018 Google Cloud Academic All-District 6 Team… Academic All-Big Ten… Big Ten Distinguished Scholar… named to the Dean’s List during the fall semester. 2018 — Started all 18 games… finished second on the team with four goals, nine points, 34 shots, and 19 shots on goal… scored a goal in Iowa’s win over No. 23 Nebraska (10/5)… letterwinner.

2017 Honors — Academic All-Big Ten… Big Ten Distinguished Scholar… named to the Dean’s List for the fall and spring semesters.  2017 — Played in all 19 games with 18 starts… logged 1,098 minutes… scored five goals to rank third on the team… finished second on the team with 14 points… finished with 33 shots — 15 being on goal… completed the first hat trick of her career — and Iowa’s first since 2003 — against Richmond (8/20)… also scored in the win over Southern Utah (8/31) and draw at Michigan (9/29)… tallied four assists to tie for third on the team… letterwinner.

2016 Honors — Academic All-Big Ten selection… Big Ten Distinguished Scholar, posting a 4.0 GPA. 2016 — Played in all 19 games, including two starts… logged 368 minutes, where she had one goal on 10 shots and tallied three points… scored her first career goal in the season opener at Creighton (8/19)… had an assist in Iowa’s 2-1 road victory at Missouri (8/21)… named to the President’s List and Dean’s List during the fall and spring semesters… letterwinner.

2015 — Redshirted.

High School — Played club soccer for Altoona Capricha (2009-10) and Iowa Rush (2011-15)… won the Iowa State Cup Championship in 2013, 2014, and 2015… was the top scorer in the Region II Tournament in 2013 and 2014… led team to a Midwest Regional League Championship in 2014 and a third-place Region II finish… also lettered in basketball, track, and cross country… earned all-state honors in basketball as a senior… was all-district and all-conference honors in basketball in 2014 and was a IGCA Senior All-Star in 2015… led team to a 2014 conference title and a state quarterfinal appearance… holds school records in 400-meters, 400-hurdles, 800-meter relay, spring medley relay, long jump, and 400-meter relay… won the state title in 400-meter hurdles in 2015… finished second in state in 400-meter hurdles in 2012 and 2013… finished sixth in 400-meters in 2012 and fifth in 2013… four-time Drake Relays qualifier, finishing fourth in the 400-meter hurdles as a senior.. club coaches were Paul Fabry and Daryl Brazeau. Personal — Born July 24, 1997… daughter of Tammi Bexell and John Haus… has three older siblings, Emily Toribio, Johnny Haus, and Austin Phillips… named to the Honor Roll from 2011-15… National Honor Society… top-ranked student in a class of 165… received the Presidential Academic Award (2012-14)… member of STAND, Silver Cord Program, and Principal’s Council… majoring in biochemistry.

Personal — Born July 24, 1997… daughter of Tammi Bexell and John Haus… has three older siblings, Emily Toribio, Johnny Haus, and Austin Phillips… named to the Honor Roll from 2011-15… National Honor Society… top-ranked student in a class of 165… received the Presidential Academic Award (2012-14)… member of STAND, Silver Cord Program, and Principal’s Council… majoring in biomedical engineering.