Haylee Harford
Haylee Harford
Year: Junior
Hometown: Leavittsburg, Ohio
High School: LaBrae

Harford Career Stats

2016-17:  Earned WGCA All-America second team honors and was named to the Golfweek All-America third team...garnered her second-straight all-conference award in 2017...led the Southern Conference with a 72.31 stroke average over 35 rounds, the lowest single season stroke average in the history of the Paladin program...ranked 11 nationally, tops among all SoCon players...tied for individual medalist honors at the Minnesota Invitational, the Lady Puerto Rico Classic, and at the Brickyard Collegiate...scored five top-5 finishes and nine top-10 finishes in 12 tournaments during her sophomore campaign..tied for fifth at the NCAA Lubbock Regional and tied for eighth at the NCAA Chamapionships...tied for sixth at the SoCon Championships...won the 2017 SoCon Pinnacle Award, given to the student-athlete with the highest GPA on each championship-winning team...named to the Southern Conference Academic Honor Roll and the SoCon Academic All-Conference Team...chosen to the WGCA All-America Scholar Team.

2015-16:  Voted the 2016 Southern Conference Women’s Golf Freshman of the Year...named to the All-SoCon team and the SoCon All-Freshman Team after tying for third at the SoCon Championships...notched a 73.5 stroke average over 33 rounds, the fifth-best season stroke average in the history of the Paladin program...was the second-highest ranked player in the conference, coming in only behind Furman's Taylor Totland...scored three top-5 finishes, five top-10 finishes, and six top-20 finishes in 11 tournaments...fired a low-round of 68 twice, in the second round of the Palmetto Intercollegiate and the final round of the 3M Augusta Invitational...tied for third to lead the Paladins at the Palmetto Intercollegiate...tied for 27th at the NCAA Bryan Regional.

High School/Junior Golf:  The second-ranked prep player in Ohio...qualified and made the round of 64 at the 2014 U.S. Women's Amateur...earned sectional, district, and state medalist honors and was named to the Northeast Ohio Golf Coaches' Association first team after winning the 2014 All-American Conference tournament, defeating males from all three tiers of the league...chosen 2014 AAC Player of the Year...holds two individual LaBrae records after posting a 35 season average for nine holes and the school's best 9-hole score of a 4-under 32...qualified for the Junior PGA Championship at age 12, becoming the youngest player to qualify from the state of Ohio...finished 23rd overall at the 2013 Junior PGA Championship... Competed at the USGA Girls' Junior Amateur Championship in 2012, 2013, and 2014...won the AJGA National Resource Partners Bluegrass Junior tournament in June of 2012 then finished second the following week at the Junior PGA Section Championship in Northern Ohio...claimed individual medalist honors at the Ohio State High School Division II Girls' Championship, the PJGT Arnold Palmer Tee Buckeye Tradition, and the PJGT Allstar Trophies Spring Cup in 2011.