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Hayley Miles

RS Senior

Antelope, Calif.

High School:
Center HS





Hayley Miles


Softball Ends Season with Loss to No. 13 Michigan

Softball ends season with loss to No. 13 Michigan Watch


Softball Shuts Out Dartmouth, 8-0, in 6 Innings

Softball shuts out Dartmouth, 8-0, in 6 innings Watch


Softball Edged by #13/13 Michigan, 8-7, in 9 Inn.

Softball edged by #13/13 Michigan, 8-7, in 9 inn. Watch


Softball Downs BSU, 5-1, for Seventh MW Title

Softball Downs BSU, 5-1, for Seventh MW Title Watch


Aztec Softball Shuts Out Boise State, 4-0

Aztec Softball shuts out Boise State, 4-0 Watch

An All-American and player of the year candidate, who is coming off a redshirt season in 2013 ... Fantastic athlete who improved throughout her career ... Has started all 111 games since she arrived at SDSU in 2011 ... Owns four program records after two seasons ... Played her entire first season in center field, then moved to shortstop in 2012 ... Has also seen time at catcher ... Can hit to all sides of the field with power ... Has a tremendous arm and good range ... Can bat anywhere in the order.

SDSU Career Rankings (after the 2013 season): 1st in batting average (.389), 1st in on-base percentage (.482), 1st in slugging percentage (.738), 1st in OPS percentage (1.220), 2nd in extra-base hits (61), 3rd in home runs (25), 6th in runs (95), 6th in doubles (31), 7th in total bases (245), 9th in walks (56)

* 2013 USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Year Watch List
* 2012 NFCA All-American (Third Team)
* 2012 Easton All-American (Second Team)
* 2012 Mountain West Co-Player of the Year
* 2012 NFCA All-West Region (Second Team)
* 2012 Capital One Academic All-District Team (First Team)
* 2011 Mountain West Freshman of the Year
* Two-time All-Mountain West Team (2011-12)
* Two-time Mountain West Scholar-Athlete (2011-12)
* Two-time Mountain West Spring All-Academic Team (2011-12)
* Louisville Slugger Division I National Player of the Week (4/24/12)
* USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Week (4/24/12)
* Three-time Mountain West Player of the Week (3/13/12, 4/24/12, 5/15/12)

Got injured in the fall season and utilized her redshirt season.

NCAA Rankings: T-4th in doubles per game (0.36), 6th in slugging percentage (.909), 9th in runs per game (1.11), T-9th in home runs per game (0.36), 18th in batting average (.429), 22nd in on-base percentage (.519), T-59th in RBIs per game (0.88)
SDSU Single-Season Rankings (after the 2012 season): 1st in batting average (.429), 1st in on-base percentage (.519), 1st in slugging percentage (.909), 1st in OPS percentage (1.428), 1st in runs (62), 1st in extra-base hits (42), 1st in doubles (20), 1st in home runs (20), 1st in RBIs (49), 1st in total bases (159), 1st in walks (34), T-2nd in hits (75)

Was named a 2012 Mountain West Co-Player of the Year after batting .487 (19-for-39) in league-only games, leading the conference in runs (21), home runs (10), RBIs (21), walks (13) and slugging percentage (1.359), while ranking second in on-base percentage (.623) ... NFCA All-American (third team) and Easton All-American (second team) ... NFCA All-West Region (second team) ... Mountain West Co-Player of the Year ... Capital One Academic All-District Team (first team) ... Made the move from center field to shortstop (and catcher in two games) without missing a beat ... Ranked among the national leaders in seven categories, including top-10 spots in doubles per game (T-4th, 0.36), slugging percentage (6th, .909), runs per game (9th, 1.11) and home runs per game (T-9th, 0.36) ... Overall ranked among the top 10 in conference in 14 categories, including first in runs (62), doubles (20), on-base percentage (.519) and fielding assists (114) ... Set 11 single-season school records ... Some of the records weren't even close, such as batting average (.429, previous best was .389), on-base percentage (.519, previous best was .467), slugging percentage (.909, previous best was .633), OPS percentage (1.428, previous best was 1.053), runs (62, previous best was 41), extra-base hits (42, previous best was 25), doubles (20, previous best was 14), home runs (20, previous best was 15), RBIs (49, previous best was 48), total bases (159, previous best was 102) and walks (34, previous best was 28) ... With enough at-bats to now qualify, already owns five career records at SDSU, including batting average (.389), on-base percentage (.482), slugging percentage (.738), OPS percentage (1.220) and extra-base hits (61) ... Reached base safely in 33 consecutive games via walk or hit from Feb. 24-May 2 ... Had at least one hit in 47 of the 56 games and scored a run in 38 of those contests ... Also led the team in multi-hit games (20), multi-RBI games (13), multi-run games (18, rest of the team had 21 combined), go-ahead RBIs (12), go-ahead runs (20), game-winning RBIs (9) and game-winning runs (7) ... Was 2-for-2 with a homer, a double and three runs vs. Portland State (2/10) ... Followed with a 3-for-5 outing with a double, three RBIs and two runs against Utah (2/10) ... Was 2-for-4 with a three-run homer and a double against Notre Dame (2/17) ... Had a 2-for-2 game with a solo homer and a walk vs. UC Davis (2/18) ... Reached base safely twice against UCLA (2/19), going 1-for-2 with a single and a walk ... Had a two-run double vs. Iowa State (2/25) ... Was 2-for-3 with a homer, a double and two runs vs. Stanford (2/26) ... Scored three times, doubled and stole a base later in the day against Cal State Northridge (2/26) ... Had an 11-game hitting streak from March 2-13, where she hit .424 (14-for-33) ... Scored a run in seven straight games from March 2-9, scoring 10 times total ... Was 2-for-3 with a homer, a walk, two RBIs and a run against Long Beach State (3/4) ... Was 2-for-4 with two runs in back-to-back games vs. Butler (3/9) and Connecticut (3/9) on March 9 ... Was 4-for-4 with a homer, a double, three RBIs, a run and a walk against Princeton (3/23) ... Finished 3-for-4 with two doubles, an RBI and a run vs. Saint Mary's (3/24) ... Had a solo homer and two runs at Arizona (3/28) ... Was 2-for-3 with two RBIs, a triple and a walk in the opener vs. Colorado State (4/14) ... Then was 2-for-4 with a three-run homer and two runs in the nightcap (4/14) ... Singled, walked and scored a run against CSU (4/15) ... Was named the Louisville Slugger Division I National Player of the Week and the USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Week on April 24 after batting .727 (8-for-11) with five home runs, eight RBIs and 10 runs scored over four road wins from April 18-12) ... Also was named the Mountain West Player of the Week ... Had a streak of 12 consecutive plate appearances of reaching base safely (8-for-8, 4 HR, 4 BB) from April 15-21 ... Led off the San Diego (4/18) game with a homer, her second leadoff home run of the season ... Finished 3-for-3 with two runs and a walk in the USD game ... Was 3-for-3 with two homers (one leadoff), four RBIs, three runs and two walks the next game at New Mexico (4/20) ... Finished 2-for-3 with two home runs (one leadoff), three RBIs, four runs and two walks the next day vs. the Lobos (4/21) ... Reached three times in the final game of the series vs. UNM (4/22), walking twice and being hit by a pitch, while also scoring a run ... Was 2-for-3 with a home run, double, RBI and two runs vs. CSUF (4/25) ... Had eight homers over a nine-game stretch from March 28-April 25 ... Was 3-for-3 with two doubles, three RBIs, a run and a walk at CSUF (5/2) ... Currently has a homer in four straight games (five total home runs). According to the 2012 NCAA record book, only four players in the history of Division I softball have had a longer streak ... Was 2-for-3 with a two-run homer, a walk and two runs vs. Boise State (5/6) ... Earned MW Player of the Week honors on May 15 after going 6-for-10 with four homers (two to lead off the game), seven RBIs and seven runs in SDSU's trip to UNLV ... Was 3-for-4 with two home runs (one leadoff), three RBIs, three runs and a walk at the Rebels (5/10) ... Then was 2-for-4 with a homer, double, three RBIs, two runs and a walk the following day vs. UNLV (5/11) ... Led off the final game of the series with the Rebels (5/12) with a home run and added two walks and two runs ... Was 1-for-9 (.111) in the NCAA Los Angeles Regional, but was intentionally walked three times ... SDSU was 23-8 when she had an extra-base hit and 15-5 when she scored two or more runs.

SDSU Single-Season Rankings (after the 2011 season): 4th in extra-base hits (19), T-4th in OPS percentage (.988), T-5th in times hit by a pitch (5), T-7th in home runs (5), 8th in total bases (86), 9th in on-base percentage (.440), T-9th in walks (22), T-10th in doubles (11)

Started all 55 games in center field, replacing former Aztec great Brittany Knudsen ... Also saw a few innings as a catcher against Florida State (Feb. 26) and Houston (March 3) and as a shortstop versus Baylor (March 8) and Mississippi Valley State (March 13) ... Was one of two players to start all 55 games (Jen Wisneski) ... Earned MWC Freshman-of-the-Year honors to become the fifth Aztec in the 12-year history of the league and first since Bailey Micetich in 2009 ... Also was named to the all-MWC team after batting .512 (21-for-41) with 12 RBIs and 10 runs in league play ... Had 15 multi-hit contests (second on team) ... Reached base safely and scored a run in each of the first five games ... Singled in her first collegiate game against North Dakota State (Feb. 11) ... Was 2-for-3 with two runs, two RBIs, a double and a stolen base vs. Utah State (Feb. 12) ... Singled twice and drew a walk against No. 10/11 Washington ... Had an RBI single against No. 8/10 Tennessee on Feb. 24 ... Was 1-for-1 with two runs, a walk and a stolen base versus Florida State (Feb. 26) ... Singled, scored and had a sacrifice bunt against No. 25/23 Houston on March 3 ... Had two hits versus No. 23/rv Fresno State (March 4) ... Singled and walked against UCLA (March 5) ... Doubled twice, walked twice, scored a run and drove in a run in SDSU's win over Mississippi Valley State on March 11 ... Had another double, walk, run and a stolen base the following day versus Louisiana Tech (March 12) ... Hit .455 (5-for-11) with seven walks and five runs over a six-game home stretch (Saint Louis and San Diego Classic II) from March 15-19 ... Reached three of four times (2-for-3, walk) against Harvard on March 17 ... Walked twice, had an RBI and scored versus Wisconsin (March 18) ... Was 2-for-2 with a run, walk and stolen base against Ohio State on March 19 ... Walked two more times with an RBI and a run in the nightcap vs. Ohio ... Was a double short of the cycle versus Sacramento State on March 25, setting career highs with three hits and four RBIs ... The home run and triple were the first of her career ... Had two hits and stole a base against San Diego on April 2 ... Scored a pair of runs at Cal State Northridge (April 5) ... Had back-to-back three-hit games at Colorado State on April 9-10 ... Was 3-for-5 with two runs and a double on April 9 ... Then was 3-for-3 with two doubles, four RBIs and a stolen base on the 10th ... Hit .619 (13-for-21) with six runs and six RBIs over a career-long seven-game hitting streak from April 28-May 20 ... Went 3-for-3 and was just a home run short of hitting for the cycle at Brigham Young (April 28) ... Followed that up with a 3-for-4 game with three RBIs, three runs, a home run and a walk at UNLV on May 7 ... Singled, scored and drew two walks against the Rebels one day later ... Was 2-for-2 with two runs, a homer and a walk against New Mexico on May 13 ... Drove in both runs the following day against the Lobos, including a walkoff single in the bottom of the seventh of a 2-1 win ... Doubled and walked in the team's NCAA tournament opener vs. Long Beach State (May 20) ... Had two homers, including a walkoff two-run home run against the same Long Beach State team on May 21 in an elimination game ... Also had three RBIs and two runs ... SDSU was 22-3 when she scored a run and 9-0 when she swiped a bag.

Was a club teammate with teammate Katie Mathis at Lady Magic under coach Jim Carda.

Earned four letters at Center High School in Antelope, Calif. ... Played middle infielder and catcher ... Was twice a member of the Cal Hi Sports all-state team for medium schools and an honorable mention all-metro selection by the Sacramento Bee ... Was named the CVC MVP ... Was a four-time all-league selection and four-time MVP for the Cougars ... Broke the school's home run record in 2007 with six, then bettered it in 2008 with 12 ... Batted .490 (146-for-298) for her career with 131 runs, 93 RBIs, 24 doubles, 18 triples and 29 home runs ... Stole 66 bases over her career and never had a single-season on-base percentage below .538

Hayley Miles was born July 30, 1992, in Sacramento, Calif. ... Daughter of Renee and Michael Miles ... Was also recruited by UCLA, Oregon State, UC Santa Barbara and Long Beach State ... Is majoring in creative writing.