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Newspaper Features Junior Hoops Standout Sean Haseley

March 17, 2011

44714March 17, 2011, Greencastle, Ind. — "My career at DePauw so far has been great," says junior basketball standout Sean Haseley, who is featured in his hometown newspaper, Indiana's Zionsville Times Sentinel.  "In addition to leading the Tigers, scoring at 14 points per game, the communications major won the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference Character and Community Male Student-Athlete-of-the-Week award for the week ending Feb. 27," writes Travis Miller. "He is also a candidate for the Capital One Academic All-America award."

The article notes, "Off the court, Haseley has been very involved in community service. Over spring break last year, he took a service trip to the Gulf Coast as part of Keep America Beautiful. He also was a member of DePauw's Relay For Life efforts, a member of the student-athlete Advisory Council and served as the university's tailgating student last fall."

"The desire to help people out and serve the community really stemmed from my mom," Haseley tells the newspaper. "Growing up she would take my sisters and I to do things like serve lunch at a shelter or deliver food or presents to people around Christmas time, and92422 she was always giving her time to things like the Zionsville Education Foundation and booster club, and I’ve just tried to follow her lead."

As Miller reports, "Haseley has also had great success in the classroom. He has been on the SCAC academic honor roll during his first two seasons and he has met the requirements to be a candidate for the Capital One Academic All-America award."

You'll find the complete article -- "Zionsville grad excels at DePauw" -- at the Times Sentinel's website.

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