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Haylie McCleney


Height: 5'4"
Position: Outfield
B/T: L/L
Hometown: Morris, Ala.
School: Alabama
Graduation: 2016


2012 ISF Junior Women’s (19-U) World Championship Silver Medalist
Led Mortimer Jordan HS to three State Championships
Three-time All-State selection
Scored over 400 runs over the course of HS career
Played for Gold Coast Hurricanes
 - 2012 ASA 18-Under GOLD Nationals - 13th place
 - 2011 ASA 18-Under GOLD Nationals - 4th place

2014 Women's National Team Member
- World Cup of Softball Gold Medalist
- Hit .353 (6-for-17) with two RBI and seven runs scored
- ISF Women's World Championship Silver Medalist
- Hit .370 (10-for-27) with a triple, two doubles, five RBI and three runs scored
2013 Junior Women's National Team Member
- ISF Junior Women's World Championship silver medal 
- Hit .450 (9-for-20) with eight RBI and eight runs scored

Two-time NFCA All-American
Two-time Top 10 Finalist for USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Year
Two-time All-SEC Defensive Team
2014 All-SEC
2013 SEC All-Freshman

Parents are John and Cindy McCleney
Has two brothers, Walker and Garrison
Majoring in Human Performance Exercise Science
Father John played baseball at Samford University

What does it mean for you to represent the United States in softball? Having the opportunity to represent the United States is something that is very special. I’m blessed just to even play, but the fact that I can represent my country in this support is something that I am beyond thankful for.
What do you enjoy most about playing? The challenge and intensity. Softball is a game of failure and that is what makes it so competitive and exciting.
Who are your role models in the game? Kayla Braud (Senior at Alabama)
Three people I'd like to have dinner with: Tim Tebow, Jesus, and Blake Griffin
Three television characters I wish were real so I could hang out with them: Spongebob, Sheldon Cooper (The Big Bang Theory), and Jackson Avery (Grey’s Anatomy)
Three things I must have when I leave the house:  Cell phone, wallet, Bible
Three favorite things about playing USA Softball: representing the country, meeting new people, getting to express my faith to people all over the world

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