Jerod Haase

Jerod Haase (born April 1, 1974)

Teams coached: UAB Blazers, Stanford Cardinal
UAB record: 80-53 (.602)
Stanford record: 126-127 (.498)
Overall record: 206-180 (.534)

Career Accomplishments:


Coaching Career (head coach, unless noted):

2016-2024 Stanford
2012-2016 UAB
2003-2012 North Carolina (asst)
1999-2003 Kansas (asst)

Jerod Haase Facts

  • Jerod Albert Haase
  • Born April 1, 1974
  • Hometown: South Lake Tahoe, California
  • Alma Mater: University of Kansas (BS, 1997 & MS, 2000)
  • Started college career at Cal, playing for head coach Lou Campanelli alongside future NBA MVP Jason Kidd
  • Transferred to Kansas, where he completed his degree and playing career under head coach Roy Williams
    • Played professionally briefly in Macedonia and also wrote a book about the 1996-97 Jayhawks’ season called Floor Burns
  • Spent thirteen seasons as an assistant to Roy Williams – four at Kansas and nine at North Carolina
  • Became the head coach at UAB in 2012; went to the postseason twice (1 NCAA, 1 NIT) in four seasons
  • Hired in March 2016 as the new head coach at Stanford, his first coaching job in his home state of California
    • Led the Cardinal to the NIT in 2018 but never reached the NCAA Tournament or even returned to the NIT
    • Recruited several top-tier recruits, like Andrej Stojaković, Ziaire Williams and Harrison Ingram and Tyrell Terry, Cormac Ryan and KZ Okpala
    • Haase went 126-127 through eight seasons at the helm before he was fired in March 2024

Jerod Haase Coaching Tree