Haley Viefhaus
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    Haley Viefhaus

    Class:
    Senior

    Hometown:
    Pacific, Mo.

    High School:
    Eureka

    Height:
    5-7

    Position:
    3B

    Birthdate:
    03/08/1982

    Bats/Throws:
    L/R


    2003: Named to the NCAA Tournament Region VIII All-Tournament Team, hitting .333 (5-for-15) with two doubles, three runs, four RBI and a .467 slugging percentage ... her four RBI tied the tournament high ... hit safely in four of five NCAA Tournament games with a .909 fielding percentage ... started 47 games at third base and played in 50 ... her 47 starts rank fifth ... named MVC All-Tournament, going 3-for-8 (.375) ... hit a career-high .267 (32-for-120) with a career-high 32 hits, 10 doubles, two triples, 13 RBI, 46 total bases, .383 slugging percentage and a .294 on base percentage ... scored nine runs, had four walks and a .930 fielding percentage ... earned second-team all-MVC honors ... batted .291 (16-for-55) in MVC play, 20th in the league ... had a career-high seven-game hitting streak (4/16-26), batting .500 (9-for-18) ... the 10 doubles, 127 assists and five double plays (2nd), 187 putouts (4th) and 46 total bases (5th) all rank in the top five at SIU ... in the MVC?s overall stats, her two triples (T-2nd), 127 assists (7th) and 10 doubles (T-7th) rank in the top ten ... in league play, she tied for the lead in triples (2), was sixth in assists (61), ninth in doubles (5) and tied for ninth in double plays (3) ... was a perfect 2-for-2 with a career-high two doubles, three RBI and career-tying four total bases against Tennessee-Martin (4/8) ... also 2-for-2 with a double versus Illinois State (4/26) ... her two doubles in a game versus Tenn.-Martin tied the season-high and a school record held by 23 different players ... hit her first two career triples in back-to-back games to open West Stadium against Bradley ... batted .600 (3-for-5) with a double and an RBI in a doubleheader versus No. Iowa ... had a season-high four at bats three times and two hits six times, including a 2-for-4 day at the NCAA tournament against Massachusetts in a 5-2 win ... tied a career-high with two sacrifices versus UAB ... set a career-high with seven putouts twice, tying the team-high ...raised her batting average 116 points (from .151 to .267) the last 25 games of the year ... tied a career-high with two runs scored against Drake ... hit .750 (3-for-4) with the bases loaded and .302 with bases empty ... had a .375 (24 of 64) success rate advancing runners ... had six multiple-hit and three multiple-RBI games ... SIU went 34-13 when she started at third base ... the Salukis were 6-1 when she batted seventh, 10-3 when she hit eighth and 15-5 in the ninth spot ... batted .314 (11-for-35) in the eighth spot in the lineup.

    2002: Started all 48 games at third base after starting every game at shortstop in 2001 ... one of three Salukis to start every game at the same position ... led SIU with 131 assists ... had a .959 fielding percentage ... hit .164 with 23 hits, 14 runs, two doubles, one home run and 12 RBI ... hit second career home run vs. Rutgers (2/22) ... went a season-best 3-for-4 with one run scored and a double against Iowa State (3/9) ... SIU?s second-leading threat at the Seminole Invitational (3/8-10) batting .316 with six hits, three runs and two RBI ... hit a game-winning single in the top of the 11th inning vs. Illinois St. (3/30) ... led SIU with 162 plate appearances and was second with 140 at bats.

    2001: Started all 55 games at shortstop ... led the Salukis with 23 sacrifice hits ... batted .146 with 23 hits, 17 runs scored and a second-best seven doubles ... also drove in 11 runs and tallied 33 total bases ... had a .891 fielding percentage ... registered three multiple-hit games and two multiple-RBI contests ... drove in a season-high three runs on two occasions vs. Wichita St. (3/31) and vs. Southeast Missouri (4/16) ... also hit one home run against Southeast Missouri (4/16) ... batted .250 with two doubles and four RBI in the fall.

    Eureka & Marquette: Lettered in softball all four years ... named both first-team all-Suburban South Conference and first-team all-Metro as a senior ... led her team to a 29-3 record, a district title and third place finish at the state tournament ... hit .349 (3rd-best) with nine doubles, a triple, a home run and 13 RBI ... also scored 28 runs, drew 10 walks and stole 11 bases ... named all-district three years and all-conference all four years ... hit .371 as a freshman ... lettered in basketball all four years, earning all-conference honors two years ... named basketball MVP in 1998 ... an honor roll student.

    Personal: Majoring in physical education ... has a 3.427 cumulative GPA ... full name is Onda Mahaley Viefhaus ... has three sisters, Marta (played at SIU from 1998-01), twin Adie, and Maggie ... played select softball for the St. Louis Crush ... is the daughter of Randy and Onda Viefhaus ... born on March 8, 1982 in St. Louis.

    YearAVGG-GSABRH2B3BHRRBITBSLG%BBHBPSOGDPOB%SFSHSB-ATPOAEFLD%
    2001.14655-5515817237011133.209171500.2330231-16710421.891
    2002.16448-4814014232011228.200132370.244166-8311317.959
    2003.26750-4712093210201346.38341380.294160-04712713.930
    Totals.187153-1504184078192236107.2563441250.2532357-914536241.925
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