Women's Basketball

21 Kasey Haynes
21 Kasey Haynes
Height: 5-7
Year: So.
Hometown: Mooresville, N.C.
High School: Lake Norman HS
Position: G

As a freshman (2010-2011): Played in 25 games, including nine starts...Averaged 5.7 points and 2.4 rebounds per game...Scored 12 points on 3-of-8 shooting against Milligan (Nov. 22)...Season-high six rebounds against St. Andrews (Jan. 15)...Scored at least 10 points in three straight games (Feb. 7-12)...Tallied 19 points on 8-of-14 shooting against Erskine (Feb. 10)...Season-high 21 points and six rebounds against Coker (Feb. 26).

High School: Graduated from Lake Norman High School in Lake Norman, N.C…Coached by Dave Walla.

Personal: Full name is Kasey Danielle Haynes...Born on Feb. 19, 1992 in Mecklenburg, N.C…Daughter of John Jr. and Rita Haynes…Has one brother, Billy Haynes…Played club basketball for Lake Norman Sparks, coached by Ted Schultz and Gary Lewis; and for Carolina Flight, coached by Kevin Smith…Majoring in sport management…Plans on becoming a collegiate women’s basketball coach.

More about Kasey: Favorite books: “The Bernstein Bears”…Favorite class at LMC: Sociology of Sport…Favorite midnight snack: Fruity Pebbles cereal…Favorite movies: “Love and Basketball”, “My Girl” and “Sweet Home Alabama”…Favorite sports team: University of Tennessee women’s basketball…Favorite athlete: Jimmer Fredette for the Sacramento Kings…Favorite saying by Kasey’s head coach: “She’s a microwave player; give her a couple of seconds, and she will heat right up”…Kasey can’t imagine a week without: a cellphone…Kasey is as good as anyone at: Lingo!...Kasey’s advice to kids: “Make goals and work hard to achieve them…Favorite colors: Pink and blue…Favorite foods: Sushi and tofu…Favorite sport other than basketball: Volleyball…People Kasey most admires: Her parents, brother and God…Best advice Kasey has ever been given: “Do what makes you happy”…The toughest player Kasey has ever played against: Keyrra Gillespie of Clemson University…When Kasey was a kid, she tried being like: Her brother…When people first meet Kasey, they think: She’s a “Valley girl”.