2018: Played in 26 games, starting in 10 ... Recorded a career-high two hits against East Tennessee State, posting a best two total bases, two runs scored, and one RBI in that game as well ... Her career-best four assists came against Gardner-Webb ... Had six chances against Liberty ...
High School: Her high school Darnell Cookman was a medical magnet that didn't have high school sports, so she played for the Sandalwood HS Saints as a junior and senior ... She was the starting shortstop and batted clean-up ... Earned a varsity letter in softball both seasons ... was the team MVP and Team Captain ... Caswell was named to the First Team All Gateway Conference ... She had the highest batting average on team and posted three home-runs her junior year ... She clubbed with the Carolina Elite 18U and started at several spot, including shortstop, second base, and catcher ... She was a National Society of High School Scholar and was awarded membership into the Darnell Cookman chapter of NHS ... She placed third in Regional science fair, three years in a row ...
Personal: Born Hailey Nicole Caswell in Fairfax, Va. ... Parents are Glenn and Joyce Caswell ... She was a member of Generation WOW (an organization devoted to promoting female leadership), Youth Leadership Jacksonville (an organization devoted to promoting leadership within our city of Jacksonville FL by affording a small group of high school students the opportunity to meet, mingle and interact with community and world leaders), and Student council. (vice president of the 2017 class) ... She also participate in Envirothon, (a competition promoting environmental awareness as well as prompting further studies in environmental sciences) ... Caswell volunteered as a junior coach for Girls on the Run (encouraging exercise and positive character traits in elementary school aged girls), volunteered for two years as assistant coach for the middle school softball team, volunteered as an assistant coach for Upward basketball, and tutored middle school aged kids in multiple subject areas through NHS ... She chose PC because of the small size and the close knit family feeling with the bonus of Division I athletics ... She fell in love with the beautiful campus and really felt at home with the great coaching staff and the players ... Intends to major in Biology.
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