2010-11 Women's Lacrosse
Kayleigh Hynes
Kayleigh Hynes
No.: 7
Pos.: A
Cl.: So.
Ht.: 5-6
Hometown (Last School): Brentwood, Tenn. (Ravenwood)
Rosters: 2011-12 Women's Lacrosse
2010-11 Women's Lacrosse
AS A SOPHOMORE (2011): Played in 17 games, starting 11…scored 21 goals and netted 10 assists for 31 points playing mostly as an attacker…assist total ranked second on the team…one of three JU players to crack the 30-point plateau…collected 10 ground balls and forced four turnovers…credited with the game-winning goal in the NLC Quarterfinals against Howard (4/29)…tallied seven multi-goal games…ended the season with six goals in her last seven games, notching 14 goals and 22 points in that stretch...set a career high with a four-goal effort as part of a five-point game at Detroit (4/8)…picked up second career hat trick with a three-goal; two-assist effort to tie a personal-best with five points at Presbyterian (4/16)…earned first career multi-goal game with a pair of scoring strikes versus Vanderbilt (3/5).

AS A FRESHMAN (LOUISVILLE 2009): Played one season under head coach Kellie Young…saw action in two games, recording one shot-on-goal…was a Big East Conference Academic All-America nominee.

HIGH SCHOOL: Started two years at Bethlehem Central High School under head coach Dawn Austin…as a senior, received all-region, all-state and all-America honors after leading the state in goals and assists…as a sophomore and junior, was a member of the2006 and 2007 New York National Team tournament champions…Played for the club team Albany Elite.

PERSONAL: Born April 14, 1990 in Syracuse, N.Y....daughter of Michael and Victoria…has two younger brothers, Michael and Ryley…her father, Michael, played four years of Division I hockey at St. Lawrence University from 1980-84…Proposed academic major is elementary education.