Height: 5'5"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Fernhill Heath, England
High School: The King's School


As a junior in 2012: Saw action in the backfield in every game and started in 23...scored and had an assist in Terps' win over Towson (Oct. 16).

As a sophomore in 2011: Switched to back line in spring 2011...member of defensive unit that held opponents to just five goals in Terps' NCAA tournament run...started in all 23 games...had a defensive save vs. No. 1 Old Dominion (Oct. 14)...notched an assist vs. Princeton (Sept. 27)...notched first career defensive save at UMass (Sept. 18).

As a freshman in 2010: Saw action in all 24 games and started in 21...scored five goals on the year and notched four assists...scored first career goal against New Hampshire (Sept. 11)...scored the Terps' first goal in the NCAA Championship game against No. 2 North Carolina (Nov. 21)...tipped in a penalty corner shot 4:31 into the game...had an assist in the ACC Semifinal win over Wake Forest (Nov. 5)...member of 2010 ACC and NCAA Championship teams.

Before Maryland: Played on England's U-18 team from 2008-2010...was on team that won silver at Easter 4 Nations Cup in 2010 and Bronze in also won bronze at EuroHockey's Youth Nations 2008, was on England's U-16 team that won silver at EuroHockey's Youth Nations won 2009 Futures Cup and was second in 2008...member of 2006 and 2007 National Age Group championship teams...played for Cannock Ladies Hockey 2010, team won National League West...she then was promoted to the Premiership through National age 13, played for Olton and West Warwickshire in National Premier.

Personal: Hayley Elodie May Turner...parents are Simon and Sally Turner of Fernhill Heath...if she played another sport at Maryland, would be lacrosse...worked on fitness over the summer...nicknamed Hales...Studio Art major.

TURNER'S CAREER HIGHS Goals: 1, 6X (last vs. Towson, Oct. 16, 2012)
Assists: 1, 6X (last vs. Towson, Oct. 16, 2012)
Points: 3, Towson (Oct. 16, 2012)


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