|Hometown:||Silver Spring, Md.|
|High School:||Georgetown Visitation|
2010-2011: Enters her sophomore year as one of the best players in the Capital Athletic Conference ... is a strong, physical post player that gives York a great presence in the paint ... runs the floor well and will fit perfectly into the way the Spartans want to play ... has great hands and also is a deft passer ... can finish with contact as she gets to the free throw line frequently ... can hit the 15 foot jump shot consistently and has worked to expand her range to behind the three-point line ... is a very refined player that plays like a far more experienced player.
2010-11: Was sensational as a freshman for the Spartans as she earned the Capital Athletic Conference Rookie-of-the-Year and second-team All-CAC honors ... played in and started all 29 games for the Spartans ... led the Spartans as she averaged 11 points and 7.8 rebounds per game ... shot 42.4% from the floor, 40.9% from three and 56.7% from the free throw line ... had a team-high 47 blocked shots while she also notched 25 steals ... established a career-high with 23 points in the February 19 win over Salisbury ... set a pair of career-highs in the December 11 win over Frostburg as she has 14 rebounds and four assists ... blocked a career-high six shots in her collegiate debut, a win over Johns Hopkins on November 15 ... canned a career-high three three-point field goals in the January 15 game at Salisbury ... reached double figures in 17 games including four 20-plus point efforts ... scored in all but one game during the year while she had at least four rebounds in all but one game for the season.
Personal: Is the daughter of Paul and Sue Haley . . . born April 2, 1992 ... is a nursing major ... is an outstanding student as she posted a pair of perfect 4.0 semesters as a freshman ... earned CAC All-Academic and YCP Athletic Honor Roll accolades as a first-year Spartan ... is a two-team Dean's List honoree ... played for the Maryland Flames Elite AAU squad with current teammates Kelsey Murphy and Aja Wallpher ... was a silver and bronze medalists at nationals with the Flames ... four-time All-ISL and four-time league and tournament champions at Georgetown Visitation ... scored 1,146 career points and pulled down 1,128 rebounds in high school ... played in the Montgomery County Public vs. Private All-Star game and also in the Washington DC vs. Baltimore All-Star game ... was All-Met honorable mention in the Washington Post.