Louisville Volleyball v Belmont | NCAA First Round
2012: Haley appeared in starting line-up in her first collegiate match and played in 116 matches in her first year as a defensive specialist. She ended up sixth on the team with 175 digs (1.50/set) and recorded three aces on the season. She had a season-high 11 digs against UConn.
High School: Haley Pouliezos joined the Cardinals from Windsor High School where she played for Coach Stephanie Dueker and for High Performance -St. Louis Club for Coach Chris Nichols. She was a member of the U.S. Girls' Youth National Training Team and in 2010, she was libero for the U.S. Girls' Youth National Team which won the gold medal at the NORCECA Girls' Youth Continental Championship, which qualified the Americans for the 2010 Youth Olympic Games and 2011 FIVB Girls' Youth World Championship. She ranked second in the NORCECA Girls' Youth Continental Championship as best digger (2.94 digs per set), best receiver (47.22 efficiency) and best libero (49.16 success percent). In 2009, she attended U.S. Girls' Youth National Training Team Camp at the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs and was named to U.S. Girls' Select Blue Team which placed third at USA Volleyball High Performance Championships as well as being named Best Digger at USA Volleyball High Performance Championships. For Windsor High School, she was named all-region, all-district, unanimous first-team all-conference. To add to her pedigree, she was a 2012 Senior Ace - Top 120 and a three-time Gym Dandy selection.
Personal: Daughter of Tom and Jodi Pouliezos. Born April 12, 1994. Major is sports administration.
Favorites: Athlete: David Freese
Hobbies: Hanging out with friends
Movies: Bridesmaids and The Heat
TV Shows: CSI and Law and Order
Musicians: Florida Georgia State Line and Luke Bryan
Food: Mashed potatoes and steak;
Book: Corner of the Universe
Professional team: St. Louis Cardinals
Sportscaster: Joe Buck
Person she'd most like to meet: Luke Bryan
Words that describe her: Outgoing, go-getter, leader
Best advice: Leave nothing
She chose U of L because: she loved the school and loved the coach as well
Vacation spot: Destin, Fla.