Take a look back at the 2016-17 Gopher women's hockey season by the numbers
Take a look back at the Gopher women's hockey team's 2016-17 campaign
Five Golden Gophers are among this year's WCHA individual postseason award recipients
Minnesota will celebrate its six seniors at a banquet Friday evening and in a pre-game ceremony on Sunday
Paige Haley reflects on her Gophers career so far and looks forward to the year ahead
WHKY: Yale at Minnesota 11-20-15
2016-17 • Senior Season: Named WCHA All-Academic and Academic All-Big Ten honoree • appeared in 36 games • had one assist in the 6-2 win against North Dakota (Feb. 11).
2015-16 • Junior Season: Named WCHA All-Academic and Academic All-Big Ten honoree • played forward after seeing action at both forward and defense in previous seasons • recorded first assist of the season during 11-1 win at Minnesota State (Nov. 27) • in the lineup for the first 19 games of the season before missing 16 games due to injury • returned to the lineup for 2-0 WCHA semifinal win over North Dakota (March 5).
2014-15 • Sophomore Season: Named WCHA All-Academic and Academic All-Big Ten honoree • recorded four points (1g-3a) in 35 games • saw action at both defense and forward, primarily in the lineup as a forward • scored her first career goal in 12-0 win over St. Cloud State (Dec. 5) • picked up an assist on a Kelly Pannek goal in 10-0 win over St. Lawrence (Jan. 4) • missed six games due to injury (Feb. 6-21) • recorded two assists for first career multi-point game in 10-0 win over Minnesota State in the WCHA First Round (Feb. 27).
2013-14 • Freshman Season: Recorded three points (3a) • played in all 41 games, seeing action at both defense and wing • made collegiate debut in season-opening 3-1 win at Colgate (Oct. 4) • tallied first collegiate point with an assist in 7-0 win at Minnesota State (Nov. 2) • recorded second career assist in 4-0 win over Minnesota State in the Hockey City Classic (Jan. 17) • assisted a Kate Flug goal in the 7-1 win over St. Cloud State (March 1) in the WCHA First Round.
High School/Club: Played at Red Wing High School for coaches Scott Haley (her father), Dan Anderson, Mike Doyle and Tony Casci • 2013 Ms. Hockey finalist • four-time all-state honoree • Star Tribune All-Metro first-team honoree • two-time Minnesota State All-Tournament team member • five-time All-Missota Conference honoree • scored 103 goals and added 159 assists for 262 career points • team competed in the Minnesota Class A State Tournament four times, placing 3rd in 2009, 4th in 2012 and 3rd in 2013 and winning the consolation bracket in 2011 • received Red Wing's top female of the year award in 2008 • participated in USA Hockey Development Camps in 2010, 2011 and 2012 • played club hockey for the Minnesota Whitecaps • also lettered in cross country, soccer and track & field • National Honor Society member • honor roll member.
Personal: A 2013 graduate of Red Wing High School • born July 21, 1995 • daughter of Scott and Colleen Haley • has one younger sister, Reagan, who plays hockey at Minnesota Duluth • Elementary Education major • shoots right • enjoys drawing and painting.
|Haley's Career Statistics (Final)|
Olympic Hopefuls Update: Dec. 13
12/13/2017 - W. Ice Hockey
Ten current and former Gopher women's hockey players are in contention to represent their countries at the 2018 Winter Olympic Games.
Zumwinkle Earns WCHA Weekly Award
12/12/2017 - W. Ice Hockey
Grace Zumwinkle has been named this week's WCHA Rookie of the Week for her play against Minnesota Duluth last week.
Duo Named to Canada's Nations Cup Team
12/12/2017 - W. Ice Hockey
Lindsay Agnew and Amy Potomak have been selected to compete for Canada’s National Women’s Development Team at the 2018 Nations Cup.