|Hometown:||San Antonio, Texas|
2003 - Junior Season
Posted a 16-9 record on the year, including a 14-8 mark at No. 5 singles...also went 10-15 in doubles play, going 4-8 with Jordan Reynolds, his most frequent partner...ended the season on a roll, winning 13 of his final 15 matches, including his last five...had two streaks of four straight wins during that stretch before he finished the year with five straight...went 1-1 in three-set matches...picked up wins in both of CSU's Horizon League Championship matches, helping the Vikings to a third-place finish...went 3-2 in Horizon League matches.
2002 - Sophomore Season
Earned 11 wins as a sophomore, playing primarily at No. 3 singles...went 8-9 at No. 3 singles while also playing No. 1 and 2...picked up an additional 10 wins in doubles play, partnering with Eric Winn and Jay Tee.
2001 - Freshman Season
Was named team co-MVP...played mostly at No. 2 singles, compiling a 4-18 record...teamed with Eric Winn to post a 6-16 mark at No. 1 doubles.
Earned three letters at Judson, playing for coach Bill Barry...advanced to the regional semifinals as a senior...was also ranked in the top 40 in Texas boys 18s...was team captain and MVP his senior season, finishing 19-4 at No. 1 singles...qualified for Junior Olympics in 2000 and 2001, finishing fourth in the nation in 2000...also participated in USA Team Tennis...earned academic all-district honors.
Born Sept. 29, 1982, in San Antonio, Texas...son of Raymond and Rebecca Haley...is the middle child of three boys...was a dean's list honoree...2002 Athletic Academic Excellence Award recipient...full name is Raymond Paul Haley II...communication and political science major.