Haden's era began in August 2010, and over the six years since, USC won 12 national championships, more than any other school in that time period. The Trojans also collected 29 conference titles.
With all that new hardware, USC needed to renovate Heritage Hall, and that's exactly what Haden did. He also oversaw four other major projects: John McKay Center, Buntmann Family Tennis Center, Uytengsu Aquatics Center and Merle Norman Stadium. He will continue to serve on to guide the renovation of the Coliseum.
While competitive success and fundraising are part of Haden's legacy, he always put the most emphasis on the student-athletes. He prioritized their overall experience over everything. To that end, USC athletics has enjoyed its greatest academic years and semesters on record under Haden and made community service a priority, including 99.6% student-athlete involvement and more than 4,000 hours of outreach.