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#10 Haley Rosen
Position: Forward
Height: 5'9"
Year: Redshirt Senior
Hometown: Rolling Hills, Calif.
High School: Palos Verdes
Major: Science, technology & society
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Career Highlights | 
Career Statistics
  • Had a breakout redshirt senior season after being hampered by injuries earlier in her career with 15 points on five goals and five assists
  • 2015 NSCAA All-Pacific Region first team
  • 2015 All-Pac-12 First Team
  • Two-time Pac-12 All-Academic honoree (2014, 2015)
  • Member of Stanford's 2011 NCAA Championship Team 
As a RS Senior in 2015 | Game-By-Game Statistics 
  • NSCAA All-Pacific Region first team
  • All-Pac-12 First Team
  • Pac-12 All-Academic honorable mention
  • Pac-12 Offensive Player of the Week (Oct. 27)
  • Played in and started 22-of-23 games 
  • Assisted Stanford's game-winning goal against No. 16 USC that clinched a share of the Cardinal's 10th Pac-12 title (Oct. 29)
  • Scored Stanford's second goal in a 3-0 win at Washington (Oct. 25)
  • Scored Stanford's first goal and assisted the game-winning goal in a 2-1 overtime win at No. 25 Washington State (Oct. 22)
  • Scored at Arizona State (Oct. 2) and at No. 17 Arizona (Oct. 4)
  • Scored her first goal of the season and assisted the game-winning goal in overtime against Oklahoma (Sept. 13)
  • Assisted Stanford's game-winning goal at Cal Poly (Sept. 4)
  • Assisted Stanford's second goal against Boston College (Aug. 28)
As a Senior in 2014 | Game-By-Game Statistics
  • Pac-12 All-Academic honorable mention
  • Played in 24 games, starting six
  • Scored three goals and tallied two assists
  • Registered a goal and an assist against Oregon State
  • Had the fifth most shots for the Cardinal with 26

As a Junior in 2013 | Game-By-Game Statistics

  • Played in six of Stanford's first seven matches and made three starts before suffering an injury that kept her out for the rest of the season
  • Scored one goal, the second-half tying score against Portland in a 1-1 draw

As a Sophomore in 2012 | Game-By-Game Statistics

  • Played in 12 matches, starting five
  • Received her first collegiate competition off the bench in season-opening 6-1 victory over Santa Clara (Aug. 17)
  • Made first start against Georgetown in a 6-0 victory (Sept. 9)
  • Scored first collegiate goal in the 62nd minute of a 4-0 victory over UNC-Greensboro (Sept. 16) off a pass from Natalie Griffen
  • Scored three goals in four matches, including the opening goal in a 2-1 victory over Oregon (Sept. 30)
  • Started five consecutive matches, from Sept. 9-27, with Stanford going 5-0
  • Missed 12 matches because of injury
  • Returned for a six-minute stint off the bench in the NCAA semifinal against North Carolina (Nov. 30)

As a Freshman in 2011

  • Did not play because of injury

National Team Experience

  • Selected for the U.S. U-15 national team and the U.S. U-17 player pool
  • Played for the Region IV and Cal-South ODP teams

High School/Club

  • Helped lead the SoCal Blues to the 2010 U-17 national championship and to a U-18 No. 1 ranking during the 2011 club season
  • Led Blues to three top-three national age-group finishes, as well five consecutive titles in the prestigious Surf Cup
  • Scored 22 goals and had 17 assists as a senior at Palos Verdes High School in Palos Verdes Estates, Calif
  • Led the Sea Kings to a Bay League title and into the CIF-Southern Section Division II semifinals
  • Scored 56 goals and had 51 assists in her high school career and was twice named (Torrance) Daily Breeze Player of the Year
  • Selected to the All-CIF Southern Section first team


  • Carried a weighted GPA of 4.3
  • A California Scholarship Federation Gold Sealbearer life member
  • Finished undergrad degree in science, technology and society during the spring of 2015
  • Began pursuing master's degree in communication in the fall of 2015
  • Writing her master's thesis about the societal implications of media multitasking
  • Worked at Live Nation as a special event intern during the summer of 2013
  • Working part-time for a social media start-up in San Francisco called Chime