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Statistically Speaking: Holds school record for games started (75) and games played (75) • ranks 15th in school Division I history in career points (122), 10th in goals (103), ninth in draws (95) and eighth in caused turnovers (66).


2017: Named Third Team IWLCA All-America, First Team All-Mid-Atlantic and All-Big Ten • selected to IWLCA All-Star game • named Academic All-Big Ten and a Big Ten Distinguished Scholar • started all 18 games • totaled 36 goals, 11 assists, 47 points, 22 ground balls, 35 draws and 18 caused turnovers • led team in points and goals and ranked second in draws and caused turnovers • posted career highs in goals, assists, points and draws • totaled two points (1g, 1a) and three caused turnovers in season-opening win at American • tallied a hat trick, three ground balls and three draws in win at Marquette • scored twice, including once on free position, and controlled two draws in win at Loyola • scored five goals, grabbed three ground balls and controlled two draws against #10 Penn • handed out a career-high three assists, controlled four draws and picked up two ground balls in overtime win over Georgetown • tallied a hat trick and four draws in win over Furman • scored and finished with two ground balls, three draws and two caused turnovers in win over UMBC • totaled three points (2g, 1a), including the 100th point of her career, and had two ground balls versus #10 Penn State • scored twice in overtime loss at #16 Northwestern • scored a pair of goals, picked up a ground ball, controlled a draw and caused a turnover in win over Michigan • totaled three points (2g, 1a), three ground balls, one draw and one caused turnover in loss to #4 Stony Brook • scored twice and handed out two assists in win at Ohio State • scored five goals and assisted on another in win over Rutgers • finished with five points (3g, 2a) and five draws in loss at top-ranked Maryland in Big Ten semifinals • named to Big Ten All-Tournament Team.


2016: Named Second Team IWLCA All-Region • started all 19 games • totaled 34 goals, 38 points, 17 ground balls, 22 draws and 12 caused turnovers • ranked third on the team in goals, draws and caused turnovers • scored a pair of goals, including one on free position, in win over Marquette • totaled two points (1g, 1a) and four draws in win over American • tallied a career-best six goals and seven points in win at Rutgers • scored three goals, picked up three ground balls and controlled two draws in overtime loss to #19 Loyola • scored and caused two turnovers in loss to #8 Penn State • scored and handed out an assist in loss at #17 Ohio State • notched a hat trick and controlled three draws in win over Boston University • scored in win over Hofstra • scored twice in win at Vanderbilt • tallied a hat trick in win at Georgetown • scored twice in overtime loss to #8 Stanford • scored in win over Furman • controlled two draws and picked up a ground ball in loss to #17 Towson • scored and handed out an assist in loss at #1 Maryland • notched a hat trick and two ground balls in win over UMBC • scored in loss at #8 Stony Brook • caused two turnovers and picked up two ground balls in come-from-behind win at #16 Boston College • notched a hat trick and controlled three draws in win over Virginia in NCAA First Round • caused a turnover in loss at top-ranked Maryland in the second round.


2015: Named Second Team IWLCA All-Mid-Atlantic • started 18 games and totaled 28 goals, 32 points, 27 ground balls, 29 draws and 19 caused turnovers • ranked second on the team in goals, ground balls, draws and caused turnovers • also ranked fourth in points • totaled two points (1g, 1a) and controlled two draws in double overtime win over Marquette • scored in loss to #7 Boston College • scored and controlled four draws in win over George Washington • notched first career hat trick and controlled a game and career-high five draws in loss at #14 Loyola • totaled three points (2g, 1a), three ground balls and three draws in win over American • totaled four caused turnovers, two draws, two ground balls and a goal in win at Hofstra • scored twice, caused three turnovers and controlled three draws in win at Furman • had seven-game point/goal streak snapped in win over Georgetown • scored in win over Vanderbilt • totaled two points (1g, 1a), four ground balls and two caused turnovers in win over UC Davis • scored and picked up four ground balls in win at UMBC • scored in win over #7 Stony Brook • tallied a hat trick, four ground balls, two draws and two caused turnovers in win at Bucknell • scored twice in loss to #1 Maryland • totaled three points (2g, 1a) in win over Rutgers • scored twice, including the game-winner, and picked up two ground balls in overtime win at Towson • scored a hat trick and caused a turnover in win at #4 Duke • scored in loss to #7 Penn State in NCAA Tournament.


2014: Named Second Team IWLCA All-Mid-Atlantic, Second Team All-ALC and to Inside Lacrosse All-Rookie Team • started all 20 games and totaled five goals, 28 ground balls, nine draws and 17 caused turnovers • ranked second on the team in ground balls and tied for second in caused turnovers • made collegiate debut in season-opening win over Marquette • scooped up three ground balls and caused a turnover in win over Bucknell • scored first career goal in win over American • scored and controlled two draws in win over #11 Towson • scored, caused a pair of turnovers and picked up three ground balls in win at George Washington • grabbed a pair of ground balls in win over Boston University • scored two goals, scooped up two ground balls and caused two turnovers in win over Michigan • picked up four ground balls in overtime win at #13 Georgetown • grabbed two ground balls in losses at Vanderbilt and at home to #4 Florida • caused a career high four turnovers in win over UMBC • caused three turnovers in win at Old Dominion • tallied two ground balls, two draws and a caused turnover in NCAA Tournament loss to Georgetown.


Personal: Haley Schweizer • daughter of Paul and Lori Schweizer • father played football at Delaware • sister, Courtney, played lacrosse at Johns Hopkins • sister, Taryn, played lacrosse at Monmouth • brother, Rhett, plays lacrosse at Delaware • four-time first team all-conference • four-time all-state, including three first team selections • two-time US Lacrosse First Team All-American • named Delaware Player of the Year as a senior • named to Blue-Gold All-Star game • also played three years of basketball and four years of field hockey • broke sister Courtney’s career goals record and finished with 341 goals • named second team all-conference and Blue-Gold All-Star for basketball • earned first team all-state, first team all-conference and Blue-Gold All-Star honors for field hockey • majoring in psychological brain science.

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Haley Schweizer

Haley  Schweizer

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Newark, DE

High School:
St. Mark's

Height:
5-10

Position:
Mid.

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