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Haley Howell   11
Haley Howell

Class:
Sophomore

Hometown:
Tucson, Ariz.

High School:
Salpointe Catholic

Height:
5-10

Position:
S


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GENERAL:
  • Talented setter with soft hands and a great knowledge of the game
  • Took over setting duties from day one
  • Makes good decisions and has advanced leadership skills
  • Hard worker, good communicator

2013:
  • Siena College Female Rookie of the Year
  • MAAC All-Rookie selection
  • Six-time MAAC Rookie of the Week
  • Led MAAC with 11.1 assists per set in conference matches
  • Led team with 999 assists and 32 aces
  • Tallied 54 assists in tough five-set loss to eventual MAAC Champion Fairfield (10/20)

BEFORE SIENA:
  • Named All-State and All-Southern Arizona at Salpointe Catholic
  • Named to the AZ High Performance Regional Team and the High Performance USA A2 National Team (white)
  • Selected Tucson Citizen Division 2 Player of the Year
  • Holds single match record for assists at Salpointe

PERSONAL/COMMUNITY:
  • Daughter of Glenn and Lucy Howell
  • Undecided business major

COACH PIERRE SAYS:
    "Haley broke through as one of the top setters in the MAAC as a freshman. We have great expectations for her future at Siena, and she will play a major role in determining how much success we have this season."

GETTING TO KNOW HALEY:
    Nickname: Hay
    What I like most about Siena: The seasons
    Another Siena sport I follow: Water polo
    My goal for the upcoming season: Win MAAC's
    My biggest fear is: Large spiders
    My hobbies are: Talking walks
    If I could travel anywhere, I would go to: The Philippines
    If I was stuck on a deserted island, the one thing I would bring: My chapstick
    Person I look up to the most: My dad
    Sport I always wanted to try: Water polo
    If I could have any pet, I would have: A lion

    Favorites

    Color: blue
    Ice cream: Cheesecake with Reeses and pecans
    App: Two dots
    Animal: Cheetah
    Food: Mango
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