#23 Seth Haake
|HOMETOWN||Eden Prairie, Minn. (Eden Prairie HS)|
Bemidji State (2008-09): Played and started in all 27 games for the Beavers in 2008-09, leading the team in points (13.9 p/g), rebounds (4.7 r/g), minutes (30.4 m/g) and steals (1.7 s/g), while finishing second on the team in assists (2.0 a/g)...His 13.9 points per game was the most by a Beaver player since 2003-04 and ranked 12th in overall scoring in the NSIC...Haake earned his first career NSIC Player of the Week award after leading BSU in a 3-0 week, Jan. 6-10, which included wins over Dickinson State, Concordia University and St. Cloud State...He averaged 20.0 points, 6.7 rebounds and shot 60 percent from the floor in the three games...In NSIC play, he averaged 13.9 points, 4.6 rebounds, 2.25 assists and shot .526 from the floor...Haake had a team-high 20 games scoring in double-figures, including six games with over 20 points.
Bemidji State (2007-08): Played in 26 of 27 games for the Beavers last winter earning seven starts...led the Beavers in scoring once during the 2007-08 campaign while netting double-digit points eight times...was third on the team in scoring at 8.0 points per game and was second in assists with 63 (2.4 a/g)...shot .425 (65-153) from the field and .377 (26-69) from behind the arc while leading the his teammates at the charity stripe shooting a sizzling .813 (52-64) percent which was third in the NSIC...pulled down 3.2 rebounds per game...was named to the NSIC Winter All-Academic team.
Bemidji State (2006-07): Haake joined the Beaver sqaud after the christmas break last season...when in the line-up the Beavers posted a 5-10 mark...played in 15 games for the Beavers earning starts in 13 of those contests...led the Beavers in scoring three times including a career-high perfromance of 21 points helping the Beavers secure a 60-59 win over Upper Iowa (2/23/07)...led the Beavers in shooting percentage, shooting .443 (39-88) from the field along with from the three point arc at .413 (19-46)...pulled down 2.9 rebounds per game and was the third leading scorer among his teammates averaging almost eight points per contest at 7.9 points per game.
Eden Prairie High School Career: Helped lead his team to a 26-3 record, and to a Lake Conference Championship under head coach Keith Erickson...earned Lake Conference honorable mention honors.
Personal: The son of Loren and Deb Haake, was born on June 21, 1987 in Eden Prairie, Minn..he plans to major in marketing communications at BSU...enjoys playing the guitar, drums and playing frisbee golf in his free time...his brother Max played basketball at Minneapolis Community College for two years and then at Northwestern College in St. Paul, Minn. for two seasons.