Kansas Jayhawks

Hailey Reed

Position RHP/OF
Height 5’7”
Class Redshirt Senior
Hometown Topeka, Kan.
High School Seaman

2020 (SENIOR)*

  • Appeared in 14 games
  • Made 11 starts inside the circle
  • Made her Kansas debut against then-No. 5 Arizona (Feb. 7)
  • Finished with 67.2 innings pitched, 42 strikeouts and four wins
  • Her 42 strikeouts were the second-most on the team
  • Recorded a season-high 10 strikeouts and 8.0 innings pitched against Southeastern Louisiana (Feb. 29)
  • Claimed her first win against Seattle (Feb. 8)

2019 (Junior) at University of the Pacific:

  • Reed earned her third-straight All-WCC Conference award
  • Started 48 games for the Tigers leading the team in total hits (40), batting average (.296) and at-bats (135)
  • Reed struck out a team-high 113 K’s while holding a 3.98 ERA overall
  • Her 113 K’s would rank fourth overall in the West Coast Conference
  • Pitched 12 complete games and four shutouts

2018 (Sophomore) at University of the Pacific:

  • Started 14 games for the Orange and Black with 16 total appearances, five complete games, and a team-high 55 strikeouts in 75.2 innings
  • Had five games in which she struck six batters or more
  • Registered a team-best 33 runs scored while tallying 46 hits and holding a batting average of .307
  • All-WCC Second Team
  • NFCA All-West Region Third Team

2017 (Freshman) at University of the Pacific:

  • Led the Tigers with a .324 batting average as well as a .432 average in conference play, which was the third-highest mark in the WCC
  • Her 2.48 ERA ranked her second on the team and was the fourth-best in the conference
  • Named the WCC Co-Freshman of the Year
  • All-WCC First Team
  • National Fastpitch Coaches Association’s All-West Region Third Team

High School:

  • Won the state championship her senior season
  • MaxPreps First Team All-American
  • 41-5 record in the circle with a 1.06 ERA and 393 strikeouts in her four-year career
  • Two-time NFCA All American
  • In 2015 she won the International Discovery Award and was named to the President National Honor Society


  • Daughter of Damon and Sara Reed
  • Father was a professional boxer (“Dangerous” Damon Reed)
  • Has one sibling in Ali
  • Majoring in business

*=Shortened Season Due to COVID-19 Outbreak