WAUWATOSA, WI (April 20, 2018) - Hailey Stacey from Victorville, California made her committment to the Bryant & Stratton College women's soccer program official after signing her National Letter of Intent to put on a Bobcat jersey for the 2018 inaugural season.
Out of Silverado High School, Stacey earned Silverado High School Player of the Year after an 18-4 season. She competed on the varsity program for three years and scored 27 goals and 11 assists in just 20 games this past season.
"Hailey is the type of player that makes your team consistently dangerous with her athleticism and ability to score," Bobcats head coach Lucas Henderson said. "Stacey will have an immediate impact on this program in a big way,"
The Stiker/Midfielder's senior season was nothing short of memorable as she earned First Team All-Conference and was selected to the CIF Inland Valley All Star 2018 Senior Team.
In the offseason's, Stacey competed for TFA Barcelona which is also known as Total Futbol Academy.
With all of Stacey's accomplishments throughout high school, she will look carry over her abilities to the collegiate level and be a major contributor to the success of the team.
"I am excited to join the Bryant & Stratton College Soccer program in 2018," Stacey said. "I am looking forward to playing under Coach Henderson with his enthusiasm and exitement of building this team."
As the inaugural season approaches quickly, Henderson will continue to bring in top talent and start preparing for the opening game.