Title: Men's Basketball Assistant Coach
Degrees: DePauw University '12 - Communications
Sean Haseley enters his second season as assistant coach at his alma mater after graduating from DePauw in May 2012.
Haseley was a four-year letterwinner for the varsity basketball squad at DePauw, captaining them during his senior year. He completed his collegiate playing days with 1,090 career points (21st in school history), 172 career three-point shots made (7th), a 78.6 free throw percentage (13th) and 164 career assists (19th).
Additionally, Haseley has copped multiple awards during his time in Greencastle, including being named to the all-conference second-team in both his junior and senior seasons and being picked as an honorable mention all-conference selection during his sophomore campaign.
Furthermore, he was named to the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference (SCAC) Academic Honor Roll three times, all-tournament teams on nine occasions, was the most valuable player for his play in the Tampa Bay Shootout and the recipient of the SCAC Community and Character Award.
Haseley epitomized the definition of a true student-athlete, his efforts inside the classroom and on the court could not go unnoticed as he was named a finalist for DePauw's prestigous Phil Eskew award. The Eskew Award is named after DePauw graduate Phil Eskew '63, the president of DePauw's "D" Association for over 20 years and a 1994 inductee into the DePauw Athletic Hall of Fame. The award is presented annually to a senior male student-athlete who best exemplifies effort and excellence in academics, athletics, leadership, integrity, dedication to the team, campus involvement and community service.
After graduation Haseley spent a season as the head coach for 2014 Grassroots Indiana AAU basketball squad before moving back to DePauw.
Prior to his stint with Grassroots Indiana, Haseley was a team coach and counselor at the Brad Stevens Butler Bulldogs Basketball Camp for three years where he was responsible for coaching his team, implementing drills that developed a given players skill set and assisting in daily off-court training activities.
While at DePauw Haseley was a member of the Student Athlete Advisory Committee after being appointed to represent the men’s basketball team by the coaching staff. In this position he served as a liaison between student-athletes and the administration, assisted in operations of Special Olympics events held at DePauw and under the supervision and direction of DePauw head men’s soccer coach Brad Hauter he spent his entire spring break helping rebuild the Gulf coast as part of the Keep America Beautiful campaign.
A 2012 graduate of DePauw, Haseley majored in communication with a minor in Economics.