Haley Gerken
Haley Gerken


Birmingham, Ala.

High School:
Oak Mountain






45 Auburn athletes named to academic honor roll

Honor roll


Soccer Downs South Alabama, 5-1, In Final Home Spring Exhibition

Auburn jumped out to a 3-0 halftime lead


Soccer Outlasts Georgia State, 1-0, In Season Opener

Coffed scores the game-winner in the 78th minute


10-5-14 Tennessee vs Auburn Soccer

10-5-14 Tennessee vs Auburn Soccer Anthony Hall


10-3-14 Ole Miss vs Auburn Soccer

10-3-14 Ole Miss vs Auburn Soccer Anthony Hall


9-21-14 South Carolina vs Auburn Soccer

9-21-14 South Carolina vs Auburn Soccer


9-14-14 University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee vs Auburn Soccer

9-14-14 University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee vs Auburn Soccer


9-12-14 Samford vs Auburn Soccer

9-12-14 Samford vs Auburn Soccer Anthony Hall

SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll (2013, 2014)

JUNIOR SEASON (2014): Started all 22 games and logged 2,040 minutes on the pitch for the Tigers...Scored two goals with five assists, nine points on 19 shots, nine being on goal...Her two goals set a new career high for goals in a season...First goal came as a game-winner at Arkansas (10/19), a double-overtime volley that got behind the keeper and gave AU the 2-1 win...The goal was her first career game-winner...Followed that up with another big goal in the NCAA Tournament First Round at FGCU (11/15), the only goal in the game that helped Auburn reach the NCAA Tournament Second Round for the sixth time in school history...Opened the season with one assist in each of the first five games at Clemson (8/22), at Furman (8/24), vs. UC Irvine (8/29), vs. Georgia Southern (8/31) and vs. Memphis (9/5)...Tied a season-high two shots on goal at Clemson and vs. Kentucky (11/5) in the SEC Tournament quarterfinals...Named to SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll for second consecutive season.

Started all 21 games, logging over 1,800 minutes and scored one goal vs. Southern Miss (9/22), her first collegiate goal...Led the team with six assists, good for eight total points...Also had 10 shots on goal, one of five Auburn players to have 10 or more shots on goal during the season...Tied a game-high two assists twice during the season, vs. Troy (9/8) and Vanderbilt (10/27)...Named to SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll.

FRESHMAN SEASON (2012): Came off the bench to play in the midfield in 14 matches ... Finished with an assist and six shots ... Had the first assist on Mary Coffed's game-winner against Georgia State (8/17).

NATIONAL TEAM: Invited to National Team Training Sessions (Atlanta, Ga.).

ODP: 2009 State Team ... 2009 Region III Camp ... 2009 Region III Pool Games.

CLUB: Played for Jason Lockhart and Monica Brown at BUSA 94 ECNL ... Team captain ... Four-time Alabama State Champions ... Scored five goals in 2011 as a center-back ... 2008 Memphis Invitational Champions ... 2007 Disney Soccer Showcase semi-finalist ... 2007 Emerald Coast Cup Champions ... 2006 and 2007 Crossroads of Mississippi Champions ... 2007 Lightning Challenge Champions ... 2004-07 Liberty Cup Champions ... 2007 TNFC May Madness Champions ... 2006 CESA Invitational Finalist ... 2005 Silverback Classic Champions ... 2005 Brentwood Invitational Finalist.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played for Johnny Markey and Pete Dakis at Oak Mountain High School ... Scored 25 goals and 26 assists as a senior ... Shelby and Jefferson County Player of the Year ... All-state and all-metro selection ... Helped guide Oak Mountain to its first state title in 2012 ... Two-time team captain ... Scored 11 goals and had eight assists as a junior ... 2011 North-South All-Star Game (MVP) ... Lakeshore Shootout finalist and All-Tournament Team selection ... 2011 Birmingham All-Metro honorable mention ... 2011 State Quarter-finalist ... 2008-12 A Honor Roll ... 2012 Wendy's High School Heisman winner ... 2009-12 National Honor Society Member ... 2010-12 Spanish Honor Society ... 2009 Good Citizenship Award ... Also played JV Basketball and was named to the 2009 All-Metro Team.

PERSONAL: Daughter of Mark and Kat Gerken ... Major: Exercise Science ... Has a sister, Shelbie ... Chose Auburn over Clemson, Missouri and UAB, among others.

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