May 14, 2010
ATLANTA – Lindsey Hass, the director of women’s basketball operation at Western Michigan, has been named the coordinator of recruiting operations for the Georgia Tech Women’s Basketball program, head coach MaChelle Joseph announced Friday.
“Lindsey brings a genuine enthusiasm to her position as coordinator of recruiting operations for Georgia Tech,” Joseph said. “Her experiences as the director of basketball operations at Western Michigan the past two seasons and as an intern at Duke a few seasons ago will enable her to step in and have an immediate impact on our program.
“I look forward to working with Lindsey and I know our players will enjoy her energy as well.”
In her role at Tech, Hass will oversee and coordinate day-to-day recruiting operations and summer camps, develop the Yellow Jackets community relations and outreach program and assist Coach Joseph with daily practice operations and implementation.
“I am thankful to be a part of the Georgia Tech family,” Hass said. “I am excited to be back in the ACC and working for a passionate coach like Coach Joseph. She has a great staff and a program I look forward to be working in.”
During her time at Western Michigan, Hass handled team travel, film exchange and video breakdown and oversaw team managers, while also assisting in many other facets of the program as the Broncos director of basketball operations. Additionally, Hass coached and directed WMU summer girls’ basketball camps.
Prior to Kalamazoo, Hass completed a four-month internship with Joanne P. McCallie’s staff at Duke. While at Duke, Hass’ duties included managing recruiting, alumni and video databases, as well as organizing scouting material for postseason play.
She gained valuable experience at both the Atlantic Coast Conference and NCAA Tournaments, working alongside members of the tournament selection committee, media and sports information directors. Additionally, she assisted in organizing the Duke women’s basketball alumni weekend and the retirement ceremony of Lindsey Harding’s jersey. Hass helped plan and participated in the Blue Devils’ community outreach programs.
During her undergrad work, Hass was an intern with Fox Sports Net in Minneapolis assisting in production and coverage of three professional sports teams, the Minnesota Twins, Vikings and Lynx.
Adding to her impressive resume, Hass has donned the whistle for AAU teams and during basketball camps at Duke, Tennessee and Geno Auriemma’s girls’ camp at UConn.
A native of Eyota, Minn., Hass was a forward while playing at Minnesota State, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in sports management in May 2008. She is currently pursuing a master’s degree in sports management at WMU.