Haylee Thompson

[Club Director] [Program Assisting Coach] [Girls 16-1s Assistant Coach]

Idaho State: (2010) Earned all-academic honors … earned Second Team All-Big Sky Conference Honors … … voted Most Valuable Player at the Net … named to 2010 Drake Bulldog Challenge All-Tournament Team … earned Big Sky player of the Week on Sept. 13 … led the Bengals in kills (408), kills per set (3.46) and points (460) … posted a .222 attack percentage … recorded 220 digs, 1.86 per set, for the fourth most on the team … notched 51 total blocks (44 assisted and seven solo) for the fourth most on the team … posted the second most service aces on the team with 23 … posted a career-high 23 kills at Brigham Young while maintaining a .306 attack percentage … ended the season with an eight-match double figure kill streak … notched five double-doubles during the season.

(2009) Earned all-academic honors … named to ASU Sheraton Classic All-Tournament Team … recorded 275 kills, the second most for the Bengals, with a .213 attack percentage … recorded the second most blocked shots with 44 … posted 46 digs from the front row as well as recording five service aces … posted a career-high 17 kills twice during the season against Weber State (11/14) and Montana (11/21) … posted a career-high .538 attack percentage against Weber State (11/14) producing 17 kills from 26 attempts and only three errors … averaged 3.16 digs per set and 2.86 kills per set.

Scottsdale CC: (2007-08) Played for Scottsdale Community College … named MVP at Scottsdale Community College … was named the Arizona Community College Athletics Conference Player of the Year in 2008 and the ACCAC Tournament MVP before helping her team to a seventh place finish in the National Junior College Athletic Association National Tournament … earned the ACCAC DII Player of the week four times last season including the week of Oct. 14-18, Sept. 29-Oct. 4, Sept. 15-20, and Sept. 8-13 and was named to the NJCAA National Player of the week for her performance during the week of Sept. 29-Oct. 4 at Scottsdale … was named to the First Team All-American in 2008 and also earned both First Team All-Region and First Team All-Conference in 2007 and 2008 … In 2007 she earned Second Team All-American … graduated from Scottsdale with Highest Honors and was named to the NHS Presidents List in 2008 and 2009 … graduated with a 3.9 GPA … was an All-American Marshall Tremble Scholarship winner.

High School: Graduated from Chandler High School in 2007 … lettered in volleyball for four years and softball for three years … was named First Team All-Region for three years … was Student Body President … was homecoming royalty … was a member of the National Honor Society and was an honor roll student.

Post College: Haylee continues to play in leagues, and competed alongside the AZ semi-pro team AZ Sizzle.

Coaching Experience:
Club Arrowhead 12’s coach 2007-2008
Club Arrowhead 12-s coach 2008-2009
Club Utah 15 White 2012-2013
Aces Athletics 16 1’s 2013-2014- Region Championship Winners
Pleasant Grove High School 2013 Head Sophomore coach and assistant varsity coach. Varsity State Championship
Williams Field High School 2014 Head JV coach and assistant varsity coach
Gilbert High School 2015-2016 Head JV Coach
East Valley Junior Head Coach 2014-2017 3rd place Region finish, 1st place 16’s Championship finish
American Leadership Academy Girls Jv Coach 2017, Varsity Assistant 2018
American Leadership Academy Boys Varsity volleyball coach State Champions
Voted 2018 Canyon Athletic Association Varsity Mens Volleyball Coach of the Year

Playing experience:
Scottsdale Community College – 2007-2009 2 year All American
Arizona Junior College Association Player of the year
Idaho State University 2009-2011 – Big Sky All Conference

Education:
Idaho State University
BS Psychology 2011
Deans List
Academic All American

Certified in CPR, First aid, concussion
GMS clinic attendee 2013
IMPACT certification
Art of Coaching Clinic Trained
CAP I Certification
Score and Ref Clinic Instructor Certified

Haylee loves the game and credits volleyball for teaching her life lessons, developing discipline, and cultivating lasting friendships. She wants to give back to the sport and hopes to instill her passion for the game to her players and teams.