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Hailey Van Lith (Credits - LEO Weekly and Fox Sports)
Hailey Van Lith (Credits – LEO Weekly and Fox Sports)

Hailey Van Lith was born on September 9, 2001. She is an American college basketball player who played for Louisville Cardinals of the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC).

She debuted as a player at Cashmere High School in Cashmere, Washington. As a freshman Van Lith averaged 24.3 points, 6.5 rebounds, 4.3 assists, and 3.8 steals per game. As a Sophomore, she recorded the first quadruple-double in program history. As a junior, she was named Washington Gatorade Player of the Year. In her senior season, she became the state’s all-time leading scorer as part of the 46 points performance against Omak High School. Van Lith repeated as Washington Gatorade Player of the Year and was named to the McDonald’s All – American roster.

Age 21
Date of birth 9 September 2001
Current team  Atlantic Coast Conference 
Position  Point guard

Hailey Van Lith’s Family

Van Lith was born to Corey and Jessica Van Lith. Both her parents are very successful business people. They are the owner of Van Lith Development and Excavation. She has an older brother, Tanner.

Hailey Van Lith’s College records and achievements

In the ACC tournament, she recorded a season-high 24 points, five rebounds, and four steals in a 65-53 win over Wake Forest. As a freshman, she averaged 11.2 points, 5.2 rebounds, and 2.1 assists per game, and was an ACC all- Freshman Team selection. In her sophomore year 2022, she scored a career-high 34 points in a 93-71 win over Clemson. As a junior, Van Lith was named first-team All-ACC for a second straight season and AP All-American honorable mention.

Hailey Van Lith’s career statistics

In her career, she played 101 games with an average of 15.4 points, 2 blocks, 2.5 assists, and 4.4 rebounds per game.

Hailey Van Lith’s awards

Gold medal in 2018 FIBA Under -17 World Cup

Gold medal in 2019 FIBA Under -19 World Cup

Gold medal at 2018 Summer Youth Olympics

Gold medal at 2019 FIBA 3X3 Under -18 World Cup .