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Victoria Hayward
Victoria Hayward

Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Mountain View, Calif.

High School:
Mountain View

Height:
5-7

Position:
OF

04/21/2013

Long Ball Leads Huskies To Series Victory

Junior Whitney Jones hit her first career home run in game two.

04/06/2013

Huskies Take Two From Beavers

Washington got two wins in the circle from Kaitlin Inglesby.

04/02/2013

Huskies Win Huge Series And Make History

It was the first-ever true road series win for the UW at UCLA.

03/29/2013

Dawgs Edged By Oregon In Game Two

Washington hosts Oregon on Saturday at noon to end the series.

03/28/2013

Ducks Hand Huskies First Home Loss of 2013

Junior Hooch Fagaly had a team-high two hits for the UW.

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April 2013 Feature

WASHINGTON
2013 (Junior):
Named First-Team All-Pacific Region ... All-Pac-12 First-Team ... named to the College Sports Madness All-Pac-12 First-Team OF ... walked three times, stole a base, tripled and scored twice in game one of the WCWS vs. Nebraska ... had two hits including a double and the game winning RBI in game one of Super Regionals at Missouri ... in game two, hit a solo home run in the first inning to win the game ... stole a base and had a sac hit in game one of NCAA Regionals vs. Portland State ... had a hit and a sac hit in game two vs. Hawai'i ... had a hit and a run in game three vs. Hawai'i ... had two hits, scored twice and stole a base in game one vs. Cal ... had a hit and a run in game two ... had a hit, run and was HBP in game three ... had two hits including a triple, a walk, four runs and a stolen base in game two at Utah ... had two hits and scored a run in game three ... had a sac fly and a walk in game one vs. Stanford ... had four hits including two home runs and a stolen base ... scored a run and drew a walk in game three ... had a run, RBI, two walks and a stolen base in game one vs. OSU ... had three hits and scored twice in game two ... had two sac hits in game three ... walked once and stole a base in game one at UCLA ... hit a double and scored the game-winning run in the ninth inning of game two ... had one hit in game three ... scored a run and drew a walk in game one vs. Oregon ... had a hit and drew a walk in game three ... had two hits including a triple, one run and one walk in game one at Arizona ... had a home run and stole a base in game three at AZ ... had three hits and scored three times ... had one hit vs. Michigan ... had a sac hit, a stolen base, a hit, an RBI and a run vs. DePaul ... had a sac hit vs. Texas ... scored a run and walked twice vs. Penn State ... had two hits, scored twice, walked once and stole a base vs. Pacific ... was just a home run short of the cycle vs. Ohio with a double, triple and single ... scored once and had four RBI and was HBP ... had one hit and scored once vs. Bradley ... hit her first career home run vs. New Mexico ... also had a double ... had three hits, three RBI, three runs and one walk ... stole two bases and scored once vs. Yale ... had one hit and scored twice vs. Seattle ... had a double, HBP and sac hit ... had two runs, two hits, a triple, one walk and two stolen bases vs. Brown ... had one run and one hit vs. Bradley ... had three runs, three hits and two RBI vs. UNO ... had two hits at CSU ... had a sac hit, a stolen base, a hit and a run vs. Virginia ... hit a triple vs. No. 23/23 Florida State ... had two hits, two runs, one RBI, a walk and a stolen base vs. Illinois ... scored three runs and had two hits vs. No. 13/16 Georgia ... had one run, one hit, one RBI and one walk vs. Notre Dame ... had two hits and an RBI including a sacrifice hit and a stolen base vs. No. 24/22 Kentucky ... had two hits vs. Cal Poly ... scored one and walked twice vs. UC Riverside ... started in RF/CF in all five games at Campbell/Cartier Classic ... named to the Oceanic Time Warner Paradise Classic All-Tournament Team in Hawai'i ... started in the outfield (5 in RF, 1 in CF) and was the lead off hitter in all six games on opening weekend ... had two hits, two runs, one RBI and one walk vs. SMC ... stole her first base of the season in game one vs. UAB ... had two hits and scored once ... had a stolen base and two hits vs. Ole Miss ... had a stolen base, one run, one hit, one RBI and one walk vs. UAB in game two ... had a hit in the championship game vs. Hawai'i.

2012 (Sophomore): All-Pac-12 second-team ... Academic All-Pac-12 Second-Team ... led the team in runs scored (49) and sacrifice hits (5) ... played in all 58 games, starting 54, mostly in the outfield ... second on the team in at bats and third in hits ... hit first or second in the lineup much of the season ... her.333 BA in conference play was tied for the team lead ... had a 13-game hitting streak from Mar. 16-Apr. 10, with a BA of .455 during the streak ... second on the team with 21 steals and was not caught stealing all year ... struck out only twenty times over 166 at bats on her way to a .408 OBP, ranking fourth on the team.

2011 (Freshman):Named to the All-Pac-10 Freshman Team ... appeared in 51 games with 43 starts in the outfield and at first base ... batted .287 collecting 35 hits in 122 at bats with 23 runs, two doubles and nine RBIs ... owned a .303 slugging percentage and .351 on-base percentage ... led UW freshmen in putouts (86) ... started 18 and appeared in all 21 Pac-10 games ... batted .216 and collected 11 hits in 51 at-bats with six runs and one RBI in Pac-10 play ... owned a 1.000 fielding percentage with 25 putouts and two assists in Pac-10 games ... had single-game season/career high at-bats (four, five times), runs (two, three times), hits (three), doubles (one, two times), RBI (three), and walks (two) ... had a five-game hitting streak (3/22-4/3) ... singled and scored to take the lead in the second of a 17-13 win over UNLV (2/12) ... had three RBIs in win vs. UCR (2/13) ... co-led the team with three hits vs. Cal State Fullerton in the Cathedral City Classic (2/26) ... hit a single, converted a double steal with Taylor Smith, then scored in the last game of a sweep over New Mexico (3/6) ... scored the game-ending run in win over previously unbeaten USC Upstate (3/11) ... scored the winning run in game one of the series vs. Oregon (4/2) ... led the team with two hits in the Huskies' 2-1 victory over No. 12/9 California (4/9).

High School/Club
Carried a 4.4 grade-point average at Mountain View High School ... a three-year captain of the softball team ... two-time All-State ... a four-time All-De Anza League selection ... 2010 League MVP ... MVHS Female Athlete of the Year ... Under Armour All-American ... Mercury News Senior of the Year ... Palo Alto Daily News Player of the Year ... a three-time MVHS Team MVP ... her senior year she batted .452 with a .518 OBP, .748 slugging percentage and 23 stolen bases ... in the circle, had a 0.87 ERA with 210 strikeouts in 153 innings pitched ... a member of the Junior and Senior Canadian National Team ... joined former Husky Danielle Lawrie and current Husky Jenn Salling on the Canadian National Team in the summer of 2009, becoming the youngest player ever named to the National Team ... played for Team Canada in the Canada Cup, KFC World Cup and Pan-Am Championships ... played for the Sorcerers club team, which won the 2009 ASA 18-and-under Gold National Championship ... a three-year varsity soccer player, being named an all-league defender twice.

Personal
Born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada ... parents are Karen and Rick Hayward ... has a younger brother, Kristian ... contemplating a career in pediatric medicine ... chose Washington over Stanford, Northwestern, Princeton and Penn ... has former teammates that play at Georgia Tech, Syracuse and Oklahoma. Coach Tarr on Hayward
"We were lucky to find Victoria Hayward a bit late in the recruiting process this summer when she played with Danielle Lawrie and Jenn Salling for the Canadian National Team. She's a tremendous student who will be able to achieve greatness in some of the toughest academic programs here at UW. Victoria's speed and versatility at the plate will be game-changing at this level." Hayward on why Washington
"I chose Washington for its long-standing tradition of academic excellence and commitment to providing academic support to athletes. I also chose it for the spectacular campus, the quality of the softball program and the opportunity to play for Coach Tarr and her coaching staff at the highest level of college softball."

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