Record Book (2002-)
11. Season Blocks (2003-04) 37
10. Season Rebounds (2003-04) 281
7. Career Blocks (2002-) 83
2005-06 Season (Senior): Named First-team All-Pac-10 ... Played in 28 games for the Cardinal, including 26 starts ... Led the team with 16.2 points per game and 8.7 rebounds per game ... Also led the squad with 47 blocks on the year ... The 47 blocks ranks third for a single season on The Farm ... First-team NABC District 14 selection ... Ends his career with 1,108 points ... Scored 20 or more points in six consecutive games before leaving the OSU game (2/4) in the first half ... The last Cardinal player to do that was Casey Jacobsen during the 2000-01 season ... On the year, Haryasz had 10 20-plus point games ... Picked up back-to-back Pac-10 Player of the Week honors (1/23 and 1/30) ... Saw his streak of 24 consecutive game scoring in double digits come to an end against UCLA (12/31) when he left the game early with a left ankle sprain n ... Haryasz's 10 double-doubles was second in the Pac-10 (he has 20 for his career) ... Is third in career blocked shots at Stanford (130) ... Ranks 10th on the Farm in career rebounds with 705 ... His 244 rebounds this season ranks 23rd at Stanford ... Set a career high in pionts with 27 against ASU (1/21/06) ... Also tied his career high of four steals against Arizona (2/19/06) ... Posted a career high in minutes played with 44 vs. Arizona (1/19/06) and Washington (1/29/06) ... Grabbed a season-high 14 boards at Oregon (2/2/06) and five blocks against ASU (2/16/06) ... Ranked sixth in the Pac-10 in scoring (16.2) and second in rebounds (8.7) ... His .480 FG percentage ranked 10th in the league ... Second in the conference in blocked shots (1.68 bpg).
2004-05 Season (Junior): Named Honorable Mention All Pac-10 ... Recorded his best game in a Stanford uniform against Oregon (1/29/05) with 20 points and 20 rebounds ... Haryasz also became only the eighth player in school history to grab 20 or more rebounds in a game ... Hit 8-of-12 shots and also collected two blocks against the Ducks ... For his efforts, was named The Sporting News Player of the Week ... Named to the Pac-10 All-Tournament team ... The team's leading rebounder (9.1 rpg, #2 in the Pac-10) ... Was Stanford's top rebounder in 24 of 31 games ... Collected ten or more rebounds in ten of the last 15 games beginning with ten at USC (1/22/05), eleven against Oregon State (1/27/05), 20 against Oregon (1/29/05), ten at Arizona State (2/3/05), eleven against California (2/12/05), eleven against USC (2/17/05), ten at Oregon (2/26/05), 12 against Washington State (3/5/05), ten against Washington (3/5/05) and 12 against Washington State (3/10/05) ... Scored a career-high 24 points (8-for-13 from the floor) along with ten rebounds in Stanford's 77-67 victory over Washington (3/5/05) ... Scored 23 points along with eleven rebounds and a career-high four steals against USC (2/17/05) ... Scored 17 points and grabbed 12 rebounds against Washington State (3/3/05) ... Began the year eleven rebounds against USF (11/19/04) ... Collected eleven rebounds along with 13 points against Oregon State (1/27/05) ... Snared eleven rebounds along with 18 points against California (2/12/05) ... Added ten rebounds at Santa Clara (11/28/04) and ten more at Washington (1/2/05) ... Grabbed six or more rebounds in 29 of 31 games ... Averaged 12.5 ppg ... Scored in double figures in 23 games, including 18 points along with eight rebounds, four assists and three blocks against Louisville (11/24/04) ... Also scored 18 points along with ten rebounds at USC (1/22/05) and at Oregon (2/26/05) ... Tallied 15 points and nine rebounds at Oregon State (2/24/05) ... Collected 14 points along with nine rebounds at UCLA (1/20/05), and against Mississippi State (3/18/05) in the first round of the NCAA Tournament ... The team leader in blocks (37, #4 in the Pac-10) ... Had at least one block in 23 of 31 games ... Has 83 career blocks, seventh-best in school history ... In the last 16 games, averaged 16.4 points and 10.3 rebounds per game ... Was hot from the free throw line down the stretch of the season ... In his last seven games, hit 37-of-44 free throw attempts for 84 percent.
2003-04 Season (Sophomore): Was one of Stanford's top players off the bench ... Shot .529 (82-for-155) ... Shot 50 percent or better in 17 of the 30 games he played ... Averaged 6.9 points and 4.1 rebounds ... Averaged 17 minutes per game ... Started his first collegiate game at Oregon (1/31/04) and responded with a career-high 19 points (9-for-14 from the floor), seven rebounds, three assists, and a block in 33 minutes ... Scored 16 points (7-for-11 from the floor) against Harvard (12/28/03) ... Tallied a career-high eight rebounds, along with three blocks in Stanford's 67-37 victory over Southern Utah (12/22/03) ... Hit 5-of-5 shots for ten points along with seven rebounds in the season opener against Sacramento State (11/22/03) ... Added ten points (4-for-6 from the floor) against UNLV (12/13/03) ... Tallied ten points and five rebounds against Texas-San Antonio (3/18/04) in the first round of the NCAA Tournament ... Tied a school record with a career-high six blocks along with ten points (5-for-7 from the floor), seven rebounds and two steals in 18 minutes off the bench in the 62-48 victory at Oregon State (1/29/04) ... Second on the team in blocked shots (35, #7 in the Pac-10) ... Had at least one block in 18 of 30 games played ... Netted three blocks against Rice (11/30/03), then #1 ranked Kansas (12/6/03), Southern Utah (12/22/03) and USC (1/24/04) ... Grabbed six rebounds along with eight points against Gonzaga (12/20/03) at the Pete Newell Challenge ... Grabbed a career-high eight rebounds at Washington (3/6/04).
2002-03 Season (Freshman): Played in all 33 games ... Gave Stanford added big man strength off the bench ... Played a season-high 18 minutes against Oregon (1/11/03) ... Against North Carolina (11/29/02), grabbed a season-high six rebounds ... Tallied a season-high nine points (4-for-5 from the floor) against Yale (12/30/02) ... Gave Stanford a boost off the bench by playing 17 minutes (four points, four rebounds, two assists) at Arizona (1/30/03).
High School: Averaged 25 points, 12 rebounds and six blocks during his senior season at Page High School ... Set a school record hitting 70 percent from the floor ... Scored a triple-double with 32 points, 14 rebounds and eleven blocks against Coconino High School ... Led his team to the Arizona state championship game with a 29-2 record ... Voted the Arizona Republic Player of the Year, Gatorade Player of the Year, and the Navajo Times Four Corners Hoops Player of the Year ... Student Sports first team All-Region (Southwest) ... An all-state, all-region and all-league selection ... A McDonald's All-American finalist ... Named to the Long Beach Press-Telegram "Best of the West" list ... Averaged 15 points, seven rebounds and six blocks per game during his junior season in helping lead Page High School to a 22-8 record, the league and regional titles, and a trip to the Elite Eight in the state playoffs ... Shot 54 percent from the floor, and set two school records for blocked shots in a game (nine in the first round of the state playoffs) and single season blocks with 80 ... In one game during his junior season, scored 30 points, grabbed 12 rebounds and blocked nine shots ... For his efforts during the season, gained all-league and all-state honors.
Cardinal Catalogue: Also competed in the high jump and long jump on the Page High School track & field team.