The Notre Dame women's soccer team beat Georgetown, 2-0, at Alumni Stadium on Oct. 25, 2009
One-year monogram winner ... outside back with a strong physical presence ... good athleticism that complemented her understanding of the outside back position ... brought a highly competitive nature and added toughness and depth to the Irish program.
AS A SENIOR: Played in two matches (36 minutes) during her final season ... had one shot, her first career try on goal, in second half of win over Tulsa (7-1) at the Notre Dame adidas Invitational ... played 12 minutes against TU ... also took pitch for Senior Night against DePaul, playing season-high 24 minutes in 5-1 Irish victory.
AS A JUNIOR: Saw time in three matches (10 minutes) for Notre Dame ... played season-high five minutes in victory over Cincinnati (4-0) ... also earned time in both ends of BIG EAST weekend home set against Syracuse (3-0) and St. John's (4-1).
AS A SOPHOMORE: Appeared in two matches, playing a total of 11 minutes ... came on in place of Molly Campbell in final minute of win over Connecticut (6-1) ... made BIG EAST Championship debut with 10 minutes of action in quarterfinal against South Florida (5-0) ... also recorded her only shot of the season against USF.
AS A FRESHMAN: Played in five matches for the Irish ... made her collegiate debut in Notre Dame's season-opening 7-0 defeat of Michigan ... played career-high 31 minutes in that match ... also played in wins over SMU, South Florida, Seton Hall and Toledo ... her appearance versus Toledo in the first round of the NCAA Championship marked her postseason debut.
WPSL/ODP/CLUB HIGHLIGHTS: Spent summer of 2011 interning in New York City, and also played for the New York Athletic Club in the Women's Premier Soccer League (WPSL), scoring one goal and helping team make Eastern Conference playoffs ... member of the Arizona state ODP team (`89s) from 2002-06 ... also part of ODP Region IV player pool in 2006 ... invited to ODP Region IV camp from 2003-06 ... helped lead her state team to ODP Region IV Championship in Las Vegas (2003-06) ... member of elite Sereno club team (90 White) from 2004-08 ... Sereno was ranked the nation's No. 2 club for U-18 girls in 2007 and was rated No. 1 in the nation in 2006, per gotsoccer.com (for best overall soccer club and top U-17 girls club) ... helped Sereno reach the USYS Region IV semifinals in 2005 and quarterfinals in `06 ... five-time state champion with Sereno (2004-08), also winning the Surf Cup in `06 (`07 semifinalist), the SC Del Sol President's Day Cup in `07 (`06 finalist) and the Eclipse College Showcase in `07 ... competed with Sereno at four Disney Showcases (2005- 08) ... recent ND men's soccer goalkeeper Luke Seibolt and midfielder Matt Armstrong also came through Sereno club program ... traveled to Brazil for a 2004 international training tour with San Diego-based Pro-Select club team.
PREP & PERSONAL: Began playing soccer at the age of six ... graduated from Xavier College Prep in Phoenix with a 4.22 GPA ... did not play for her high school due to her club team commitments ... her academic honors include National Honor Society (Regina Caeli chapter), National French Honor Society, first honor roll (every semester) and academic letter ... her numerous volunteer activities include being a French tutor, Big Sister Little Sister Club and the Arizona Grand Senior Center ... other Xavier Prep products to play for Notre Dame have included mid-'90s butterfly women's swimmer and 2012-13 Notre Dame Monogram Club president Haley Scott (DeMaria), volleyball setter Kelly Burrell (`06), fellow soccer player Molly Iarocci (`07) and freestyle swimmer Delia Cronin (`11) ... sister, Jessica, is a "Double Domer" graduate from Notre Dame (`04 undergrad; `05 master's of science) ... full name is Haley Elizabeth Chamberlain ... graduated in May 2012 from Notre Dame's top-ranked Mendoza College of Business with bachelor's degree in marketing ... earned dean's list honors in spring of 2011 (3.704 semester GPA) ... also a four-time BIG EAST All-Academic Team selection (2008-09 through 2011-12).