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#16 Haley Silverberg
Position: Forward
Height: 5'7"
Year: Junior
Hometown: Katy, Texas
High School: James E. Taylor HS
Experience: High School
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2014, 2015 Pac-12 All-Academic Honorable Mention

2015: Silverberg got the nod in all 22 matches in the season while starting in 18 of them at defense/midfield… She took 14 shots and five of them were directed on frame… She scored the game-winning goal against Oregon in the 88th minute on a shot from about 35 yards away … Also scored against Northern Arizona early on in the season. 

2014: Silverberg was Ms. Versatility for the Wildcats in 2014, playing up top as a forward, as a midfielder and as a fullback on the defense … As a jack-of-all-trades, Silverberg was on the pitch played in 19 of the 21 matches and she started 14 of them … Silverberg could not compete in the two NCAA Tournament matches due to sustaining an injury in the Arizona State game … She dished out one assist on the year along with 15 shots in which two were on target.  

2013: Played in 19 matches, registering a total of 11 shots, including seven on goal … Recorded first career goal in the 6-0 victory over UC Riverside.

Prep: Four-year letterwinner at James E. Taylor High School … Team’s Most Valuable Player junior and senior years … Member of first-team All-Greater Houston … Four-time first-team all-district honoree … Named District Offensive MVP as a junior and senior … Second-team all-region as a  sophomore with first-team honors as a senior … All-state honorable mentions as a senior … Team’s four-time Offense MVP … Houston Chronicle Girls Athlete of the Week ... Ranked No. 29 by Top Drawer Soccer in Texas Region … Recorded 28 starts, 31 goals and 11 assists as a senior … Ranked No. 2 on Taylor’s all-time scoring lists with 31 assists and 62 goals … Graduated with honors … All-state academic.

Personal: Daughter of Brian and Diana Silverberg … Has one brother, Weston and two sisters, Hannah and Lexi.