Class of 1978
Fran Haus was a four-year letterman on the diamond and the hardwood for the Bison. In basketball, he was a two-time All-PAC selection and led BC to the 1978 conference title and a berth in the NCAA Tournament, where the Bison won their first postseason game in school history.
On the baseball field, Haus was a starter all four years at shortstop and earned First Team All-PAC honors as a sophomore, while also serving as team captain as a senior.
Away from the varsity sports action, Haus was a member of the Beta Theta Pi fraternity and earned a spot in the Guinness Book of World Records by playing basketball for 75 consecutive hours as part of a fundraiser for two local charities.
Following his graduation from Bethany with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications, Haus went to work for the F.L. Haus Company and in 1995, became president of the company. In addition, he is a past president of The Allegheny Club, which was affiliated with Three Rivers Stadium, and is currently on the board of directors with the Allegheny-Harvard/Yale-Princeton Club (formerly Allegheny Club).
Haus, who graduated from North Allegheny High School and was inducted in their Athletic Hall of Fame in 2001, currently resides in Wexford, Pa., with his wife, Sheree. They have two children, Fran and Jena.