- ACC Academic Honor Roll (2016-17, 2017-18, 2018-19)
2019 (Stats): Recorded a career-best two tallies in a win at No. 25 William & Mary (9/1) ... Over the summer, reached the championship game at USA Field Hockey's Young Women's National Championship.
2018 (Stats): Started 21 of 22 contests in the midfield during the Blue Devils' run to the NCAA quarterfinals ... Recorded nine points on four goals and one assist ... Converted a penalty stroke in a 4-1 victory over Syracuse in the ACC Championship quarterfinals (11/1) … Successful penalty stroke against No. 11 Boston College propelled Duke to a 2-1 victory in the ACC regular season finale (10/19) ... Notched first career assist in a 6-3 victory over No. 14 Saint Joseph's (9/16) ... Converted a penalty stroke against No. 4 Maryland in the B1G/ACC Cup (9/2) ... Scored in a 4-3 overtime victory against No. 23 Liberty (8/26).
2017 (Stats): Started 17 of 21 contests in the Duke midfield as a sophomore … Recorded two goals, finding the back of the cage against No. 10 Virginia (9/8) and No. 23 Iowa (10/8) … Notched a corner against Louisville in the ACC semifinals (11/3) … Credited with a defensive save against Appalachian State 10/28) ... Selected to participate in the Rubenstein-Bing Student-Athlete Civic Engagement Program, a collaborative service initiative between Duke and Stanford … Spent three weeks in China coaching sports camps and leading education-focused workshops for local village children.
2016: Entered all 20 contests in the Duke midfield as a rookie … Placed six of her seven shots on goal.
Prior to Duke: Member of the U.S. U19 and U17 junior national teams … Joined U.S. U19 squad for Germany tour in May, 2016 and U17 team for Belgium tour in 2013 … Named team MVP of the gold medal squad at 2013 USA Field Hockey National Futures Elite Championship … Tabbed the Senior National Field Hockey Player of the Year by the National High School Coaches Association … All-Group 6A state Player of the Year, Coastal Conference Player of the Year and South Region Player of the Year after leading First Colonial to the state crown her senior year … As a junior, became the first field hockey player in the country to surpass 50 goals and 50 assists for the season … Accomplished the feat again as a senior with 61 goals and 50 assists … Averaged over 50 goals and 50 assists over all four seasons en route to setting the Virginia High School League records for career assists (201) and career goals (200) … Only player in VHSL history to reach 200 career goals and assists … The 201 assists also marked a National High School Federal record … Two-time NFHCA All-American, earning first team laurels as a senior … Twice named the Tidewater Player of the Year … Three-time All-Tidewater, all-state, all-region and all-conference selection … Two-time region and conference player of the year … Broke her own National High School Federation record with 52 assists her junior year … Also as a junior, matched the VHSL state record with 10 goals in a game … Member of state championship team as a freshman … Also lettered two years in soccer as a midfielder … Two-time Academic All-American … Member of the National Honor Society.
Personal: Born Haley Noelle Schleicher July 5, 1998 in Norfolk, Va. … Daughter of Beanie and Jeff Schleicher … Has one sibling (Grey) … Mother played field hockey at Longwood (1986-89), twice earning South Region All-America honors … She went on to coach varsity softball and field hockey at Lake Taylor High School in Norfolk (1990-98) and field hockey at Norfolk's Maury High School (1998-2010) … Mother now coaches field hockey at First Colonial High School, where she has guided the Patriots to three Virginia state championships (2011, 2012, 2015), as well as numerous region and district titles … Mother was inducted into the First Colonial High School Hall of Fame in March, 2013.
Goals: 2 ... at William & Mary … Sept. 1, 2019
Assists: 1 ... vs. Saint Joseph's ... Sept. 16, 2018
Points: 4 ... at William & Mary ... Sept. 1, 2019
Corners: 1 ... at Louisville ... Nov. 3, 2017
Defensive Saves: 1 ... vs. Appalachian State ... Oct. 28, 2017