Haley Fagan joined the Liberty softball staff in Aug. 2017, and she currently serves as a graduate assistant.
In her current role, Fagan assists in practice setup, while also generating travel itineraries. She assists coaches during practice and in games. Fagan also coordinates food orders for games.
Fagan brings top-level collegiate and professional playing experience to Liberty. A three-year starter at Auburn, Fagan helped the Tigers earn back-to-back berths in the Women's College World Series, including an appearance in the national final as a junior in 2016. She began her career at South Alabama, where she was named Sun Belt Conference Freshman of the Year while also being named to the NFCA All-Region first team.
As a freshman, she hit .352 with 11 homers and 51 RBI. During the span of her four-year career, Fagan batted .331 with a .689 slugging percentage, 27 doubles, three triples, 34 home runs, 147 RBI and 134 run scored in 192 games played between South Alabama (2013) and Auburn (2015-17).
Following the close of her collegiate career, Fagan played for the Akron Racers during the summer of 2017. Playing alongside her older sister, Sami Fagan, she helped the Racers post a 26-24 record and third-place finish.
A native of Dunnellon, Fla., Fagan comes from an athletic family. Her father, Kevin Fagan, played for the San Francisco 49ers in the NFL from 1986-93, winning two Super Bowl titles. Her older sisters, Sami (Florida, 2012, Missouri, 2014-16) and Kasey (Florida, 2011-12, Arkansas, 2014-15) both played softball in the SEC.
Fagan graduated from Auburn in May 2017 with a bachelor's degree in media studies. She is currently pursuing a master's degree in sport management from Liberty
Haley Fagan joins her older sister, Kasey Fagan, on Dot Richardson's staff, as the elder Fagan was named an assistant coach during the summer of 2017.