Haley Hevern Wright

A 2007 Crater High graduate, Haley played volleyball, basketball and softball, lettering in all three sports. After playing basketball her freshman and sophomore years, she continued playing volleyball and softball both her junior and senior year.  She was the shortstop on the Crater High 2007 State Championship team and was voted 1st Team All-Conference and 1st Team All State that year. A multi-faceted student, Haley was involved in the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, took various AP classes and was named Homecoming Queen her senior year. 

Upon high school graduation, Haley entered Northwest Nazarene University (NNU) in the fall of 2007.  While at NNU, Haley played softball and volleyball for four years.    She was the starting shortstop on the NNU women’s softball team for four straight years.   She played short stop and second base and had a career .300 batting average in 148 games.   Haley held the all-time home run record in a single season for a short time, as well as the overall home run record.   During her sophomore year she become the starting libero for the women’s volleyball team and played that position for the next three years. Haley earned an All-Conference selection each of the four years she competed at NNU and in her senior year was chosen as Woman’s Athlete of the Year.  Haley graduated in 2011 from Northwest Nazarene where she majored in psychology and minored and Spanish.

Haley then moved to Long beach and enrolled at California State University, Long Beach where she attended from 2014 -2017, pursuing other opportunities.  After her move to Long Beach, she provided private lessons for volleyball players, playing under volleyball legend Misty May.

Still living in Long Beach, currently Haley is a program manager at Mental Health America.  She is a licensed Marriage and Family therapist at Mental Health America.