« Women’s Basketball 2014-15

Haley Seibert

School

IPFW

Position
Guard
Major
communication science and disorders

Classroom

Seibert maintains a 3.98 GPA in communication science and disorders. She has earned Dean’s List honors all six semesters at IPFW and is a member of the National Society of Leadership and Success. Seibert is a three-time Summit League Academic Honor Roll Distinguished Scholar (3.60 or better) and was named to the Commissioner’s List of Academic Excellence. In 2013-14, she was named a Division I-AAA Athletics Directors Association Women’s Scholar-Athlete. She also was named to the Summit League’s Academic All-League Team.

Character

On a squad with only one other senior, Seibert has been asked to take over the leadership role of a young team—a role in which she has blossomed. Seibert has not only become IPFW’s leader on the court as the team captain, but has begun to mentor her young teammates to one day serve as leaders themselves. She is a well-spoken and highly competitive student-athlete who has expectations to succeed. Seibert’s personality is one of genuine passion and commitment to her team. Her lead-by-example mentality shows her teammates that they are able to maintain a balance of high academic accomplishment, athletic success and community involvement

Community

Seibert has participated in numerous community service activities while at IPFW. She most recently served as a volunteer coach for a youth basketball team in the Fort Wayne community. Since 2012 she has participated in the Suicide Prevention Walk and also has volunteered at the IPFW Health Fair. Seibert is involved with the Feed My Starving Children program at Pathway Church in Fort Wayne. She also has spent time visiting patients at the Riley Hospital for Children in Indianapolis.

Competition

At the conclusion of the 2013-14 season, Seibert was named to the All-Summit League First Team after averaging 16.7 points per game (third in the league) and shooting 49 percent from the field and 45 percent from three-point range. She tied a teammate for the Summit League scoring title, averaging 22.0 points per contest. She ranked second in single-season program history for three-point percentage (.452) and second in three-pointers made (89), a mark which is fifth in league history. Seibert was named to the College Sports Madness Summit League Second Team and was the Summit League Player of the Week on Jan. 21. Her 45.2 three-point field goal percentage ranked fourth in Division I. She also ranked 19th in Division I in three-point field goals per game (2.97) and 32nd in free throw percentage at 86.0. For the season, Seibert scored 502 points, sixth most by an IPFW junior and was second on the team with 41 steals and 79 assists. For the season, Seibert scored in double-digits in 24 games and tallied 20-plus points 11 times.

As a sophomore, Seibert started all 30 games as IPFW’s point guard. She averaged 9.5 points and 2.9 assists per game while shooting 40 percent from the floor (88-216) and led the team by shooting 37 percent from 3-point range (46-124). She made 86 percent of her free throw attempts (64-74). Seibert ended the year with 286 points, 80 rebounds (2.7 per game), 86 assists, and 41 steals (1.4 per game).