Chris Hass

Bucknell Bison #14 - Guard

  • Born: 02/19/94
  • Age: 27
  • Height: 6'5"
  • Weight: 190
  • Seasons: SR

Patriot League: An early look at the all-conference candidates


Lehigh, Bucknell, and BU lead the charge

2016-17 Preseason Power Rankings: The Patriot League


The usual suspects top the list.

MMM Player of the Week: Cane Broome, Sacred Heart

Sacred Heart kept pace in the Northeast Conference with two wins last week, thanks to Cane Broome.

MMM Player of the Week: Jameel Warney, Stony Brook

The senior star for the Seawolves helped his team to three wins this week, running their winning streak to 18.

MMM Player of the Week: Jaylen Adams, St. Bonaventure

The sophomore helped lead his team to a big conference win, and prevented a bad conference loss with late-game heroics to take the weekly award.

MMM Player of the Week: Matt Scott, Niagara

It has been a tough year in the win column for the Niagara Purple Eagles, but Matt Scott has been a bright spot, and turned in one of the hottest weeks of the season.

MMM Player of the Week: Juan'ya Green, Hofstra

Juan'ya Green has Hofstra flying high in the CAA, especially after his strong week against Northeastern and UNCW.

MMM POW: Shawn Long, Louisiana Lafayette

With two dominating double-doubles, especially on the boards, Shawn Long has picked up the Mid-Major Madness Player of the Week.

Player of the Week: Cameron Morse, Youngstown St.

The sophomore guard for Youngstown State had three impressive offensive performances to help lead the Penguins to a 2-1 record this week.

Mid-Major POW: Chris Hass, Bucknell Bison

Hass scored 40 points, and carried his team to victory with his amazing first half performance against Army. And that was just the capper to his strong week.

Hoops Recap: Penn State 62, Bucknell 58


Payton Banks nailed the game-winning three-pointer with 22 seconds left to help Penn State knock off Bucknell.

Siena escapes Bucknell with thrilling OT victory


Bucknell comes up just inches short of pulling off a buzzer beater play that was reminiscent of the famous 1998 Valparaiso Bryce Drew shot and fall to Siena at home.