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#27 Hayley Brock
Position: Forward
Height: 5'9"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Acton, Mass.
High School: Acton-Boxborough Regional
Major: Family Science
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Brock's Honor Roll
  • 2013 All-ACC Second Team
  • 2012 ACC All-Tournament Team
  • 2012 All-ACC Second Team

As a senior (2013): Became the first Terp since Keri Sarver (1996-98) to lead the team in points scored for three straight seasons … led the team with 29 points on 12 goals and five assists … one goal and an assist in 9-0 season-opening shutout of the Citadel (8/23) … four shots in just 47 minutes vs. the Bulldogs … registered her first career hat trick, scoring the team’s final three goals over a span of just 4:14 late in the second half in 4-2 win over Villanova (8/26) … had seven shots in 63 minutes vs. the Wildcats … scored the team’s second goal and assisted on Riley Barger’s goal in 3-0 win over George Mason (8/30) … four shots in 60 minutes vs. the Patriots … scored a goal for the seventh straight game in 2-0 shutout of Navy (9/1) … three shots in 63 minutes vs. the Midshipmen … four shots in 77 minutes in 1-0 loss at No. 23 Santa Clara (9/6) … two shots in 63 minutes in 3-0 loss at No. 4 Stanford (9/8) … scored the team’s first goal and assisted on Ashley Spivey’s game-winning goal in 2-1 overtime win at Clemson (9/12) … six shots in 79 minutes vs. the Tigers … two shots in 77 minutes in 2-0 loss to No. 23 Virginia Tech (9/19) … scored the game-winning goal in 1-0 shutout of No. 3 Wake Forest (9/22) … three shots in 68 minutes vs. the Demon Deacons … 61 minutes in 5-0 loss at No. 5 Notre Dame (9/26) … four shots in 80 minutes in 1-0 loss at No. 1 Virginia (9/29) … scored the team’s second goal in 3-0 shutout of NC State (10/3) … five shots in 55 minutes vs. the Wolfpack … assisted on Lauren Berman’s goal in 3-1 loss at No. 6 North Carolina (10/6) … 70 minutes vs. the Tar Heels … three shots in 2-1 loss to Duke (10/13) … missed the 1-0 win at Miami (10/17) and 2-1 loss at No. 3 Florida State (10/20) due to injury … returned to the starting lineup and scored the game-winning goal in 3-1 win at Syracuse (10/24) … five shots in 81 minutes vs. the Orange … five shots in 1-0 overtime loss to Boston College (10/27) … scored the game-winning goal and assisted on Alex Doody’s second goal in 3-1 win over Pittsburgh (10/31) … eight shots in 84 minutes vs. the Panthers … scored the team’s lone goal in 6-1 loss at No. 1 Virginia (11/3) in ACC tournament quarterfinals … two shots in 83 minutes vs. the Cavaliers.

As a junior (2012): One shot in 50 minutes in 3-0 win at Navy (8/17) ... four shots in 84 minutes in 0-0 tie at Villanova (8/19) ... came off the bench and had one shot in 61 minutes in 1-0 loss at Ohio State (8/26) ... returned to the starting lineup and assisted Becky Kaplan's game-winning goal in 3-1 win at George Mason (8/31) ... one shot in 61 minutes vs. the Patriots ... a goal and an assist in 5-0 win over Towson (9/2) ... two shots in 50 minutes vs. the Tigers ... assisted both Becky Kaplan goals in 2-1 win at Alabama (9/6) ... six shots in 63 minutes in 1-0 loss to Fordham (9/9) ... scored the game-winning goal in 2-1 win over No. 6 North Carolina (9/13) ... three shots in 60 minutes vs. the Tar Heels ... scored two goals in 4-1 win over Clemson (9/16) ... four shots in 61 minutes vs. the Tigers ... named co-ACC Player of the Week for her efforts vs. UNC and Clemson ... scored the game's first goal in 2-2 tie at No. 4 Duke (9/20) ... three shots in 74 minutes vs. the Blue Devils ... scored the first goal and assisted Becky Kaplan's game-winner in 2-1 win at No. 16 Wake Forest (9/23) ... two shots in 64 minutes vs. the Demon Deacons ... named the ACC Player of the Week for her efforts vs. Duke and WF ... assisted Danielle Hubka's goal in 3-1 win over No. 3 Virginia (9/27) ... played 63 minutes vs. the Cavaliers ... three shots in 61 minutes in 1-0 loss at No. 16 Virginia Tech (9/30) ... scored two goals, including the game-winner, in 5-1 win over Francis Marion (10/3) ... had two shots in 25 minutes vs. the Patriots ... scored the game-winning goal in 3-0 win at NC State (10/7) ... four shots in 59 minutes vs. the Wolfpack ... scored the game-winning goal in 3-2 overtime win at No. 23 Boston College (10/11) ... two shots in 64 minutes vs. the Eagles ... four shots in 65 minutes in 1-0 overtime loss to Miami (10/18) ... involved in an on-field altercation in the 88th minute vs. the Hurricanes ... was issued a red card and suspended for Maryland's loss to No. 1 Florida State (10/18) and 2-1 overtime win over Miami (10/28) in ACC tournament quarterfinals ... returned to action and scored the game-winning goal in 2-0 shutout of No. 7 Wake Forest (11/2) in the ACC tournament semifinals ... two shots in 65 minutes vs. the Demon Deacons ... three shots in 62 minutes in 4-0 loss to No. 8 Virginia (11/4) in the ACC tournament finals ...

As a sophomore (2011): Two shots in 35 minutes in her Terrapin debut - a 1-0 shutout of No. 22 Minnesota (8/19) ... scored her first goal as a Terp in 9-0 shutout at Loyola (8/22) ... one shot in 56 minutes of 0-0 tie with No. 1 Stanford (8/26) ... career-best four points on a goal and two assists in 3-0 win over Navy (8/29) ... 35 minutes in 2-0 win over Saint Louis (9/2) ... a goal and an assist in 4-0 win at Cornell (9/4) ... 42 minutes in 5-1 win over American (9/7) ... three shots in 66 minutes of 0-0 tie at James Madison (9/11) ... 47 minutes in 4-1 loss at No. 14 Virginia (9/15) ... 40 minutes in 2-1 win over Virginia Tech (9/18) ... one goal on five shots in 72 minutes in 2-1 overtime loss to No. 6 Boston College (9/22) ... three shots in 71 minutes in 0-0 tie vs. NC State (9/25) ... assisted Danielle Hubka's goal in 2-1 win at Clemson (9/29) ... had one shot in 67 minutes vs. the Tigers ... two shots in 81 minutes in 0-0 tie vs. No. 6 Wake Forest (10/8) ... 41 minutes in 3-0 win at No. 11 Florida State (10/13) ... one shot in 25 minutes in 2-1 loss at Miami (10/16) ... one shot in 32 minutes in 3-1 loss at No. 6 Duke (10/23) ... scored the tying goal in the 87th minute in 2-1 overtime win over No. 8 North Carolina (10/27) ... had five shots in 67 minuts vs. the Tar Heels ... 55 minutes in 2-0 loss at No. 5 Virginia (10/30) in the first round of the ACC tournament ... first multi-goal game as a Terp with two goals in 5-1 win over La Salle (11/11) in the first round of the NCAA tournament ... also assisted on Danielle Hubka's goal in the 89th minute vs. the Explorers ... 47 minutes in 1-0 win over No. 20 Auburn (11/18) in the second round of the NCAA tournament in Stillwater, Okla. ... 53 minutes in 1-0 loss at No. 4 Oklahoma State (11/20) in Sweet 16 of the NCAA tournament.

Before Maryland: Spent her freshman season at Penn State, playing in 21 games with seven starts ... finished as the team's fourth leading scorer, with 15 points on six goals and three assists ... started her collegiate career by assisting on the game-winning goal at West Virginia (8/20) ... ended the season with assists in both of PSU's NCAA tournament games ... in between, scored key goals for the Nittany Lions against Virginia, UConn and Purdue.

International: Has international experience as a member of the U.S. U-18 Women's National Team pool. She was also a member of the U.S. U-17 National Team that finished second at the 2008 FIFA World Cup in New Zealand.

Before College: Was a four-year starter for coach Lee Billiard at Acton-Boxborough Regional ... named the 2009 NSCAA Youth All-American Player of the Year and was a two-time NSCAA Youth All-American ... was also an NSCAA High School All-American and an ESPN Rise All-American in 2009 after scoring 31 goals and adding 14 assists for 45 points ... a three-time Lowell Sun Player of the Year and three-time Dual County League first team selection ... was the 2007-08 Massachusetts Gatorade Player of the Year as a sophomore ... was the ESPN Rise's Greater Boston Soccer Player of the Year in 2008 ... for her career she totaled 109 points on 75 goals and 34 assists and was a three-time all-state and All-New England honoree ... also earned recognition for her efforts in the classroom as well, being named to the Boston Glove All-Scholastic Team twice and is a three-time selection to the Boston Herald All-Scholastic Team ... was a multi-year member of Massachusetts and Region I Olympic Development Program teams ... named an ESP Camp All-Star in 2008 ... was, and continues to be, a member of FC Stars of Massachusetts United under the direction of Jason Dewhurst, which won the Region I Championship in 2007 and 2008, while reaching the semifinals in 2009. Brock's FC Stars won the Disney Soccer Showcase in 2008 and 2010, while reaching the finals in 2009 ... was a member of the 2007 Massachusetts State Cup champions and was a finalist in 2008 and 2009 ... as a U-14 squad her team won the Massachusetts State Cup, Region I Championship and finished third in the nation at the National Championship ... was also named to the Final IV ECNL U-17 All-Tournament Team in 2009.

Personal: Daughter of Neil and Laura Brock ... sister of D.J. ... majoring in family science.
Hayley Brock's Career Statistics
Season GP Goals Assists Points Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att
2010* 21  6 3 15 38 .158 14 .368 0 0-0
2011 22 7 5 19 35 .200 20 .571 0 0-0
2012 21 13 6 32 53 .245 31 .585 5 0-0
2013 18 12 5 29 67 .179 37 .552 4 0-0
MD TOTAL 61 32 16 80 155 .206 88 .568 9 0-0
TOTAL 82 38 19 95 193 .197 102 .528 9 0-0
* at Penn State

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