Saw time in 16 matches and earned her first career start...Started her first match against Alabama at Regal Soccer Stadium.
AS A SOPHOMORE (2005):
Played in 11 matches as a reserve forward...Appeared in eight conference affairs...Made her only goal count big, as her score against South Carolina on Oct. 2 proved to be the game-winner...Her only other shot on the year came on goal in the SEC Tournament final against Auburn on Nov. 6...Helped out the UT women's tennis team in the spring, playing No. 3 doubles with Samantha Orlin and earning points in walkovers on two occasions at No. 6 singles.
AS A FRESHMAN (2004):
Played in nine matches for UT in 2004...Saw her first career NCAA Tournament action in wins over Furman and UAB...Scored her initial collegiate goal on her first career shot, in only her third career match, to give UT a little breathing room in a 2-0 "Senior Night" win over Georgia (10/29)...Saw playing time in both the 2-0 win over Kentucky and the 1-0 triumph over Vanderbilt in the SEC Tournament...Participated in the 2-1 win over the Alabama Crimson Tide...Saw the first action of her Lady Vol career in the 3-1 victory over South Carolina on Oct. 3, 2004.
Was a three-time Patriot League All-Star in soccer while attending Hingham High School...Member of the Mariner All-Scholastic Soccer Team as a senior...The Harborwomen posted their best record in 2003 at 12-5-1 before falling to eventual state semifinalist Canton...A fast player on the wing and in the middle, Hayley contributed 10 points on four goals and six assists as a senior...Notched career totals of 26 goals and 18 assists...Played with the Stars of Massachusetts club team after competing for the Spirit of Massachusetts Soccer Club...In 2004, the Stars were the Massachusetts state champions, PDA Tournament champions, Region I Premier League champions and a finalist at the Jefferson Cup...The club was a Region I semifinalist and ranked fifth in the country...The Spirit were finalists at the Massachusetts State Cup for three consecutive years, spanning 2000-02...Chosen to the Bay State's Olympic Development Program...Lettered in lacrosse four times...Hingham claimed the state title in 2001 and reached the semifinals the following year.
Majoring in communication...Received the Leslie Messina Scholar-Athlete Scholarship Award, the Principal's Award and the Michael Manton Memorial Soccer Award at her high school graduation...Was a top-10 finalist for Miss Teen Massachusetts...Enjoys dancing, shopping, snowboarding and traveling...Has modeled herself after Sarah Dacey, a former assistant coach for the Lady Vols who won three national titles at North Carolina...Superstition is to put her shin guards, socks and cleats on her right foot before her left foot...Decided to enroll at Tennessee because she had grown up wanting to attend a Southern school and loved everything about it...Has an older sister, Molly, 23...Hayley Susan Prendergast was born Oct. 16, 1985, in Boston, Mass....Her parents are Michael and Carol Prendergast...Her father played golf at the University of Florida.