Haylie McCleney is a professional softball player and from Morris, Alabama. Recently, Haylie competed in the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games where she was able to bring home a silver medal as the starting centerfielder for Team USA. She played four years at the University of Alabama where she was named an All-American in all four seasons and a finalist for Collegiate Player of the Year in three of those seasons. Haylie has been a member of the United States National Team for the past eight years where she has won gold medals in World Championships, the Pan American Games, and the World Cup. She was also a standout in the classroom, gaining three Academic All-American honors before graduating Summa Cum Laude with a Bachelor's degree in Human Performance and Exercise Science. Upon graduating from Alabama in 2016, Haylie completed a Master's degree in Exercise Physiology from Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton, Florida in May of 2018. She has a passion for being in the weight room and making athletes better both on and off the field. She is a member of the National Strength and Conditioning Association and is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS).
7 Time Member of Team USA
4 Time NFCA All-American
3 Time Women's College World Series Participant
7 Years of Strength and Conditioning Experience with Elite Athletes
2016 Lowe's Senior CLASS Award Winner
2016 NCAA Today's Top 10 Award Winner
2-Time World Champion and 2021 Olympic Silver Medalist
Haylie is currently competing in Athletes Unlimited, a professional softball league in Rosemont, Illinois. She is planning a camp and clinic tour in the Spring of 2022. If you would like to have Haylie up for a camp or clinic, you can fill out the contact form below or just text her directly at+1 (773) 692-9396! Follow along with Haylie's social media pages to keep up with her competition and camp schedule.