|High School:||Hacienda Heights Wilson|
Cerritos College Women’s Swimming (2017): Placed eighth at the South Coast Conference Championships in the 200-yard butterfly (2:51.91)… Also competed in the 100-yard butterfly (1:16.85), 200-yard freestyle (2:43.69), 200-yard IM (2:41.19) and 1000-yard freestyle (14:04.36)…..
Cerritos College Women’s Water Polo (2017): Played in 25 games and recorded nine goals, with 24 assists and 24 steals… Had a season-high three goals against Los Angeles Trade-Tech College, and finished with a season-high four assists against Rio Hondo College… Turned in four steals against Pasadena City College, while adding three steals against Chaffey College and Citrus College…..
Cerritos College Women’s Water Polo (2016): Appeared in 14 games and posted seven goals, eight assists and nine steals… Scored a season-high five goals against Los Angeles Trade-Tech College, while posting three steals against El Camino College…..
Hacienda Heights Wilson HS: Named 2nd Team All-Valle Vista League as a senior after posting 11 goals, with 31 assists and 43 steals on the water polo team… Was a member of two league championship teams… While on the swimming team, she swam a leg of the 200-yard freestyle relay team that qualified for the CIF Prelims… Also competed in the 200-yard IM and 500-yars freestyle… Spent four seasons on the water polo and swimming teams…..
Personal: Most memorable moment was when she was named Player of the Game after accounting for one goal, eight assists and six steals against Nogales High… Is working on a minor in photography… Would like to transfer to Cal State Long Beach and aspires to be an elementary school teacher and photographer… Her father played rugby at Cal State Long Beach… Hobbies include photography… Nicknamed “Linds”… Has one brother – Justin (14)… Is the daughter of Samuel and Linda deHaas… Born in Whittier, CA on January 22, 1998…..
Favorite Athlete: Maggie Steffens Favorite Movie: “Zootopia”
Favorite Food: Chick-fil-A Favorite TV Show: “Chicago PD”
Favorite Book: “Paper Towns”