- U.S. National Team: MNT
- Position: Goalkeeper
- Date Of Birth: June 15, 1972
- Height: 6-3
- Weight: 220
- Hometown: Seattle, Wash.
- Club: Wolverhampton Wanderers FC (England)
• Another goalkeeping success story, Hahnemann has undertaken a career spanning from the A-League to the MLS to the English Premier League, to the English Championship and now back to the Premier League with Wolverhampton Wanderers
• Had the longest layoff from U.S. National Team duty ever, with an eight-year, five-month, 28-day break spanning appearances between 1994 and 2003
• Made the leap from MLS to Europe in 1999, joining Fulham for three years before being loaned out and finally signing a deal with Reading in 2002
As Seattle Pacific’s only three-time All-American, Hahnemann helped the Falcons capture the 1993 NCAA Division II Championship in his senior year ... Named Defensive MVP of the 1993 Final Four ... A four-year letterman at Seattle Pacific, Hahnemann holds school records for consecutive scoreless minutes (944), consecutive shutouts (10) and career shutouts (46) ... Rated among the nation’s top 10 in shutouts and goals-against average in all four of his collegiate seasons.
Nicknames include ‘Red Bird’ and ‘Boomer’ … Likes to work on his Porsche, play video games, and ride dirt bikes with his kids … Famous for throwing his jersey into the crowd at all his matches in England … Intensely patriotic, he has a tattoo of the American flag on his left arm … He and wife Amanda have two boys, Hunter and Austin … Holds a German passport … Rides his bike to training with Wolves.