Austin Hatch

Austin Hatch To Alter Status As Member Of Basketball ProgramUniversity of Michigan men's basketball head coach John Beilein and freshman guard Austin Hatch announced today (Monday, April 27) that Hatch will alter his position with the men's basketball roster by moving to a medical scholarship and becoming an undergraduate student assistant.
Michigan's Hatch To Receive USBWA Award For CourageAustin Hatch, the Michigan freshman who is playing for the Wolverines after surviving two tragic plane crashes, will receive the U.S. Basketball Writers Association's Most Courageous Award for 2015.
Austin Hatch Featured in ESPN SportsCenter SpecialUniversity of Michigan men's basketball freshman guard Austin Hatch will be the focus of an ESPN SportsCenter Feature titled "Miraculous: The Story of Austin Hatch."
WATCH: Two-Time Plane Crash Survivor Austin Hatch Gets Rousing Ovation For First Basket With WolverinesHatch stepped to the free throw line late in the game as the crowd quietly awaited his attempts. He missed the first, to a collective groan. But sent the second one down with ease, bringing the U-M faithful to their feet for a thunderous applause.
Two-Time Plane Crash Survivor, Austin Hatch Plays First Game In Three YearsThree years after the most recent crash, in which he sustained a head injury, punctured lung and rib injuries, Hatch is back to basketball.
Plane Crash Survivor Signs With MichiganA high school basketball standout who survived a plane crash that killed his father and stepmother will become a Wolverine.
Crash Survivor Plans To Play For Michigan In 2013An Indiana high school basketball standout who survived a Michigan plane crash that killed his father and stepmother says he plans to play college basketball next year.
NTSB: Plane Stalled Before Crash That Killed 2A Michigan plane crash that killed an Indiana doctor and his wife and seriously injured the man's teenage son last summer occurred after the single-engine plane stalled because of inadequate air speed, federal investigators have ruled.
NTSB: Plane Crashed After 2nd Landing TryA Fort Wayne pilot killed last June in a plane crash diverted from one northern Michigan airport to another because of weather conditions, missed his approach at the second airport, then had two failed attempted landings at a third before crashing into a garage.
Basketball Star Likely Out For Season After CrashThe family of an Indiana high school basketball standout who suffered a serious head injury in a Michigan plane crash that killed his father and stepmother says he likely won't return to the court this season.
Ind. Teen Returns Home 3 Months After Mich. Plane CrashThe family of a high school basketball star from Fort Wayne says he has returned home more than three months after suffering a serious head injury in a Michigan plane crash that killed his father and stepmother.
U-M Basketball Recruit Improving After Plane CrashThe NTSB has completed its report on the June 24 plane crash in Northern Michigan that killed two people and injured UofM Basketball recruit, Austin Hatch.
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