|High School:||Seaman HS|
Last year's WCC Co-Freshman of the Year, Reed followed up her freshman campaign with another stellar year both inside and out of the circle. The utility pitcher started 14 games for the Orange and Black with 16 total appearances, five complete games, and a team-high 55 strikeouts in 75.2 innings. The Topeka, Kansas native had five games in which she struck out six or more batters, racking up a career-high eight strikeouts the first game of the season (Feb. 9th) in a 5-4 complete game win against Weber State. Had five games in which she struck six batters or more, including back-to-back 7 K's versus Seattle (March 17th) and Georgia Tech (March 23rd). Also carried an on base percentage of .360 in the two-spot for the Tigers, fifth on the team.fifth on the team. Reed became a steady presence at the plate for Pacific, registering a team-best 33 runs scored while tallying 46 hits and holding a batting average of .307. Went a perfect 4-4 at the plate on Feb. 17th against Bakersfield. Racked up a pair of hits and two RBI's in a 6-5 victory over San Diego (April 21st) and Pacific's 11-0 shutout win against Saint Mary's (May 6th) to end the season. Reed's accolades helped her earn All-WCC Second Team honors, a NFCA All-West Region Third Team Selection, and her second All-WCC Academic honors.
Saw action in 47 games for Pacific her first season and led the Tigers with a .324 batting average as well as a .432 average in conference play, which was the third-highest mark in the WCC. Reed scored 19 runs on the year while batting in nine and added three stolen bases. In the circle, her 2.48 ERA ranked her second on the team and was the fourth-best in the conference. In 16 starts she tossed nine complete games and struck out 57 batters over the course of 96 innings. Reed began her collegiate career with a seven-game hit streak, including a 3-for-5 performance against UC Santa Barbara (Feb. 18) in just her sixth game. In the 9-7 win over Seattle (Feb. 25) she went 4-for-5 at the plate with two runs scored and one RBI for her third multi-hit game of the season. She tossed her first complete game shutout in the 6-0 win over Portland State (Mar. 3) and followed with another complete game shutout the next day against East Carolina (Mar. 4). Logged a career-high seven strikeouts in just three innings against UC Riverside (Mar. 26). Reed’s current 12-game hit streak is the longest by a Tiger this season and began in the 6-5 victory over Loyola Marymount (Apr. 22). During the streak she had five multi-hit performances including a pair of three-hit games. Following the season Reed was named the WCC Co-Freshman of the Year, becoming the first Pacific Tiger to earn this honor, and was named to the All-WCC First Team. She also was named to the National Fastpitch Coaches Association’s All-West Region Third Team, becoming the first freshman named to the All-West region since 2007.
A native of Topeka, Kansas, Reed helped her Seaman High School team win the state championship her senior year and was named a MaxPreps First Team All-American. In her four-year career as a Viking, Reed posted a 41-5 record in the circle with a 1.06 ERA and 393 strikeouts. At the plate the two-time NFCA All American hit .539 and broke many school records. In the classroom Reed graduated Suma Cum Laude and was first in her graduating class. In 2015 she won the International Discovery Award and was named to the President National Honor Society.
Hailey is the daughter of former professional boxer Damon and former Butler softball player Sara. She has a younger sister Ali and is a business major with an accounting concentration.