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#17 Hailey Reeves
Position: Striker
Height: 5'8"
Year: Freshman
Hometown: West Vancouver, B.C.
High School: Collingwood School
Experience: High School

Before Princeton

Collingwood School: A four-year starter and two-time team captain at Collingwood School ... guided team to BC AA Provincial Championships all four years ... squad won gold medals in 2010 and 2012, and silver in 2009 and 2011 ... a First Team All-Star as a junior and senior ... led CS to the Friendship Cup and Northshore AAA Banner championships ... also was a three-year starter on the tennis team ... team captain as a senior ... squad was BC AA Provincial champions from 2010-12.

Club/National Team: Current member Women’s National Under 17 Squad ... in 2012-13, was selected to the Junior National Center of Excellence training program and to the U21 Junior National Identification Camp ... member of U17 team in the Canada-USA series last year ... played club field hockey for the West Vancouver Adanacs ... helped team to pool victories at the U.S. U19 Festival in 2010 and 2011 ... squad was the U18 BC Provincial team representative at nationals in 2011 and 2012, winning silver and bronze medals, respectively ... team won gold at the Western Canada Summer Games.

Personal: Full name is Hailey Amanda Abigail Reeves, born Dec. 20, 1994 ... the youngest child of Kimberley and Melvin Reeves ... has an older brother, Brendan, a 2013 graduate of Queens University ... a two-time recipient of the Board of Governor’s Scholarship award for boasting the highest academic average.

Get to Know Hailey Reeves:

Favorite word: Heart
Most memorable field hockey moment: Scoring the goals to win the High School Provincial Championships in my sophomore and senior years.
Comedy or drama?: Comedy
Salty or sweet?: Sweet
Best part about being a field hockey player: TEAM…Together, Each, Achieves, More (and the tan lines)
Pre-game ritual: Eat, listen to music, and visualize
Guilty social media pleasure: Instagram
Favorite sport to watch: Ice hockey
What must TFH fans know about you: My nickname has always been Tiger! 

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