8  Kylie Hayes
Kylie Hayes


Piqua, Ohio

High School:
Piqua HS





@MemphisWSoccer Closes Out Regular Season With 5-1 Win Over UConn

Memphis faces Houston on Friday in Louisville, Ky., to begin American Athletic Conference Championships


First Half Goals Lift @MemphisWSoccer Past Temple

Lady Tigers defeat Temple, 3-0


Christabel Oduro Breaks Scoring Record in @MemphisWSoccer 3-1 Loss at USF

USF scores three unanswered goals to defeat Memphis 3-1


@MemphisWSoccer Cruises Past Houston, 4-1

Lady Tigers earn program victory No. 200 with 4-1 win against Houston


@MemphisWSoccer Rolls Alabama, 6-0

Bard-Martel notches nine saves in victory

Kylie Hayes

2007 (Junior) - Became the Memphis women's soccer career record holder in goals with 37 ... Holds the No. 2 spot in career points (88) Entered the top five in career assists (14) ... Holds No. 3 spot in career shots (165) ... Started 17 of 22 matches ... Scored 11 goals in her junior campaign and added three assists ... Nailed gamewinners against Ole Miss, Missouri State and UAB ... Named to the C-USA All-Conference second team ... Also, named to the CoSIDA/ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District IV team ... Went on a five-game scoring streak ... Notched a hat trick in the first round of the C-USA Championships against Southern Miss ... Was only the second player in C-USA Championship history to record a hat trick ... Tied the record for most goals and most points in a championship match (6) ... Finished the season with a shot on goal percentage of .544 and averaging 1.14 points per game ... Ranked fourth in C-USA in points (27) and tied for third in goals (11).

2006 (Sophomore) - Followed up her freshman campaign with another impressive performance ... Played in every match for Memphis this season, starting 15 of 20 matches ... Second on the team in goals for a second straight year ... Tied for Memphis lead in career multiple goal games (6) ... Moved to third on the school's goals and points list ... Scored a critical game-winner in overtime in the Lady Tigers win over East Carolina in the first round of the C-USA Tournament ... Had two goals against Tennessee Tech ... Scored three goals and had an assist against UT-Martin ... Scored game-winner against Mississippi State ... Had two goals and an assist against Marshall.

2005 (Freshman) - Had one of the most productive freshman seasons in school history ... Named to the Conference USA All-Freshmen Team ... One of three players that started all 19 games ... Finished the year tied for fifth in C-USA in points (33), tied for fourth in points per game (1.74) and goals (14), and fourth in goals per game (0.74) ... Was second on the team in goals and points and fourth in assists (5) ... Led the team in shots on goal (37) and was second on the team in shots (59) ... Set a school record by recording goals in six-straight games, breaking the previous mark of four ... Scored on Evansville (9-4), UT-Martin (9-7), Missouri State (9-11), Ole Miss (9-13), Mississippi State (9-16) and Middle Tennessee (9-18) during the streak ... Scored her first collegiate goal and also recorded an assist vs. Tennessee Tech (8-28) ... Helped out on Shoko Mikami's goal vs. UT-Martin (9-7) ... Assisted on Caroline Barrett's goal vs. Mississippi State (9-16), and then Barrett assisted on her game-winner vs. the Bulldogs ... Recorded two assists vs. Tulane (9-30), both on Mikami goals, one of which was the game-winner ... Recorded a goal in 11 of 19 games ... Recorded three multiple-goal games, which came vs. Evansville (9-4), Southern Miss (10-23), and UTEP (11-2) in the C-USA Tournament ... Team won nine of the 11 games in which she recorded a goal ... Scored three game-winning goals, which came vs. Evansville (9-4), Mississippi State (9-16) and Southern Miss (10-23) ... Her game-winner vs. Evansville came in the 89th minute and the game-winner vs. Mississippi State came in the 84th minute ... Ranked among the nation's top 20 in points and goals per game for most of the year.

Prior to Memphis - Scored 141 goals and recorded 37 assists during her high school career at Piqua High School under Coach Beth Rosenkranz ... Had 47 goals and eight assists during her senior year, which led the entire state of Ohio in scoring ... Her 141 career goals are the third-most in Ohio High School Athletic Association history ... Led her team to a 13-4-1 record in 2004 ... Named first team all-district, all-area and all-conference all four years of high school ... A four-time team MVP and a two-time all-state selection ... Named the 2004 Area and Conference Player of the Year ... Had five separate five-goal games in 2004 ... Played club soccer for the Dayton Soccer Academy ... Played on the Olympic Development Program state team in Ohio ... Also participated in track, and set school records in the 100 meters, 4x200 and 4x400 relays ... Also a member of the all-conference academic team and the National Honor Society ... Graduated with a 4.0 grade-point average.

Personal - Born January 20, 1987, in Troy, Ohio ... Is the daughter of Bob and Marjie Hayes.

|------------SHOTS------------| GP-GS G A Pts Sh Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-ATT 2005 19-19 14 5 33 59 .237 37 .627 3 0-0 2006 20-15 12 6 30 49 .245 34 .694 1 0-0 2007 22-17 11 3 25 57 .193 31 .544 3 0-0 Total 61-51 37 14 88 165 .224 102 .618 7 0-0

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