UCLA football: Stanley Hasiak ineligible, will likely transfer

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Stanley Hasiak’s on-again, off-again football career at UCLA has hit another bump.

Hasiak, a highly recruited offensive lineman as a high school senior in 2009, is academically ineligible and is expected to transfer to a community college, possibly Mt. San Antonio, according to a person in the program who was not authorized to speak publicly.


In two years at UCLA, Hasiak has been suspended twice for violating team rules as a freshman in 2009 and has failed to make grades twice. He was academically ineligible last fall.

Hasiak played in three games in 2009, but he was sent home briefly in November after some anger incidents, including a couple of fights during practice. As a senior at Kapolei (Hawaii) High School, he was the’s fourth-ranked guard in the nation.


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Photo: Stanley Hasiak in 2009. Credit: Jake Danna Stevens / Los Angeles Times