The 4-1-1 On Tiffany Hayes

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Tiffany Hayes

Career highs:

Points

35

at Syracuse (January 25, 2012)
Field Goals Made

12

vs. Holy Cross (November 14, 2010)
Field Goals Attempted

20

vs. Baylor (November 16, 2010)
3-Pt Field Goals Made

6

Twice
3-Pt Field Goals Attempted

10

Twice
Free Throws Made

11

vs. USF (January 28, 2012)
Free Throws Attempted

13

vs. USF (January 28, 2012)
Rebounds

13

vs. Stanford (November 21, 2011)
Assists

8

vs. Notre Dame(January 16, 2010)
Blocks

2

Eight Times
Steals

5

vs. Buffalo (November 26, 2011)

First player to wear No. 3 at UConn since the graduation of Diana Taurasi in 2004 … Has scored double-figures 87 times in 142 games … Has 17 20-point games … Was Big East’s Freshman of the Week three times in 2008-09 and made its All-Freshman team … Part of two National Championships and three Final Fours and has helped the Huskies to Big East regular season and tournament championships in each of her three seasons. The Huskies are 138-4, 59-1 in Big East regular season action in her career and she hasn’t lost at home in high school or college … Two-time All-Big East First Team selection…. Has emerged as a team leader and put together career highs in points per game, field goal percentage, 3-point field goal percentage, free throw percentage and rebounds per game this season … She also established a new program record when she scored 68 points in back-to-back games, breaking a record that had stood for 22 years.  That effort earned her National Player of the Week honors from the United States Basketball Writers Association.

 

Senior managers also being honored Saturday:

Will Aloia, Wyckoff, N.J., escorted by his parents, Cheryl and Bill Aloia.

Annie Backofen, Glastonbury, escorted by her parents, Karin and Jeffrey Backofen.

Kelly Foy, Berlin. escorted by her mother, Erin and her sister, Meghan.

Kate Lafferty, Oakville, escorted by her parents, MaryEllen and Brian Lafferty.

Maddie Marks, Fairfield, escorted by her parents, Lynne and Brian Marks.

Justin Paluch, Rocky Hill, escorted by his parents, Cindy and Terry Paluch.

Danielle Upham, Chichester, N.H., escorted by her parents, Patricia and Charlie Upham.

 

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7 thoughts on “The 4-1-1 On Tiffany Hayes

  1. freddykool

    FREDDYKOOL: AND CONGRATS TIFF ON FINALLY PLAYING WITH THE GOD GIVEN TALENTS YOU HAVE BEEN BLESSED WITH…U R “KOOL”

  2. Olde Dude

    That’s a great book on the 4-1-1 and she isn’t done yet. BTW she also has the record for most contacts with the floor on tremendous drives to score and that meant as a compliment to her tenacity and will to win..

  3. MaryAnne Hartley

    Olde Dude, it the key words on Tiff Hayes–Tenacity and Will. I’ve never before in 40 year of watching UConn Basketball (Men and Women) have seen anyone hit the floor as often as Tiff–then got up and shook it off and went on to play. If those conscussions don’t come back to haunt her one day, it will be a wonder–and a blessing.
    Tiff — Uconn world will forever thank you and miss you..
    like all good things, you don’t know what you are missing until it’s gone.

  4. graywolf09

    Congratulations Tiff! I have thoroughly enjoyed watching you grow into the player you are today… one of my favorite huskies! I will miss you for sure! (Hoping the SUN pick you up in the draft :)) You have a very bright future ahead of you… Best wishes!

  5. karen davis

    Congratulations Tiffany, I wish you well for the future and may God continue to bless you.

  6. Giuseppe Scungilli

    SYRACUSE
    HOLY CROSS
    USF
    BUFFALO

    WOW
    I AM SO IMPRESSED

    HOW MANY OF THOSE 20 SHOTS DID HAYES MAKE AGAINST BAYLOR?

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