Collegiate accolades: NFHCA Northeast Region Second Team (‘10); America East Academic Honor Roll (‘10); America East All-Conference Second Team (‘10); America East All-Championship Team (‘10); America East Player of the Week (10.18.10); UNH’s Susan Kilmister Memorial Award (‘11).
UNH Career Rank: Assists-3rd (tie), 24; Points-12th, 74.
As a junior in 2010: Started all 20 games in which she played; recorded 31 points on nine goals and 13 assists; three game-winning goals; ranked #16 nationally in assists per game; led the team in both assists and points; ranked third in goals as well as second in shots (51); led America East in assists per game (0.72) and ranked sixth in points per game (1.50); career-high five points (two goals, assist) Oct. 16 vs. nationally-ranked Boston U.; two goals, including the game-winning tally in overtime, in the America East semifinal vs. Maine; ended the regular season with an assist in three consecutive games, including two each of the last two vs. nationally-ranked teams Louisville and Albany; also matched her personal best of two assists in the season opener vs. Lock Haven and Oct. 6 vs. Dartmouth; recorded a point in 12 of 20 games, including an assist in 9 of 20; scored a goal in three consecutive games (American, Harvard and Holy Cross; Sept. 12–18); tallied 3-4-10 in five America East league games; in conference-only games, ranked first in APG (0.80), tied for second in PPG (2.00) and was seventh in goals per game (0.60); 3-5-11 in six games vs. nationally-ranked teams; 6-11-23 in 12 home games.
As a sophomore in 2009: Started all 19 games; recorded 23 points on eight goals and seven assists; ranked third in both goals and points, and was fifth in assists; tied for third in shots (46); fourth in shooting percentage (.174); in America East, those numbers ranked seventh in PPG and sixth in GPG; tallied four points with two goals in five America East league games; scored a goal in four consecutive games from Oct. 10-18 with four goals and one assist in that span; tallied a career-high two assists vs. UC Davis (9/12) and matched that output in the regular-season finale at Harvard (11/3).
As a freshman in 2008: Played in 17 games, including the America East semifinal, and was in the starting lineup 15 times; missed the last two regular-season games; had a team-best .364 shooting percentage with eight goals on 21 shots; tied for third on the team in goals; fourth in points (20); notched four assists; ranked sixth in the league in goals per game and seventh in points per game; scored one game-winning goal – vs. Northeastern (10/5); recorded career highs of two goals and four points against No. 11 Louisville (9/20); tallied a point in five of six games spanning from Aug. 31 to Sept. 20; had 5-2-12 in that time frame; recorded a point in nine of 17 games; recorded her first career points with a goal against Radford (8/31).
UNH Lacrosse: As a freshman in 2009, played in 18 games with nine starts and led UNH rookies in both goals (17) and points (23); as a sophomore in ‘10, ranked third on the team in points (39) and goals (25) despite missing four games; America East All-Conference First Team as a junior, when she ranked second on the team in goals (26) and points (38).
High School: Hayley is a ‘08 graduate of Severna Park High School, where she lettered in field hockey and lacrosse; ranked among the top 20 in the nation in scoring with 34 goals as a sophomore, when she received All-County, All-Met and Player of the Year honors; tallied 22 goals and 10 assists to earn All-County Second Team and All-Met Honorable Mention recognition in 2007; led SPHS to the state championship in consecutive years from 2005-07 and to a runner-up finish in 2004; also played on the Spark Indoor club team.
Personal: Born 1/22/90 in Annapolis, Md.; daughter of Richard and Sarah Rausch; major is psychology.