Huntington, Ind. - Huntington University basketball coach Ty Platt announced that New Castle Chrysler High School standout, Jordan Hahn, has signed a letter of intent to continue his basketball career at Huntington this fall.
As a three-year starter for the Trojans, Hahn led his team to a 42-21 record and earned numerous accolades throughout his career. The 5’11 point guard is a two-time member of the Courier Times All-Area First Team, North Central All-Conference Team and Star Press All-Area First Team. As a senior he also earned Second Team Hoosier Basketball Magazine All-State honors and was invited to the Top 60 Workout.
He finished his high school career with 731 points, 235 assists and 189 rebounds. He also knocked down 113 threes as a Trojan.
“We are excited that Jordan is going to be joining our Forester basketball program. He is a true point guard that handles the ball well and finds the open man, but can also score and is a great defender,” commented Coach Platt. "Jordan is a tough, hard-nosed player who will fit in well with how we play basketball at HU. Having played for a very successful high school program that plays a demanding schedule in one of the state’s best conferences, will only help him make the transition to college basketball that much quicker."