Hall of Fame - Mick Haley

Spent 29 years as a collegiate head coach and has compiled an overall career winning percentage of .811 and 904 wins. Since arriving at the University of Southern California in 2000, Haley's squads have amassed a record of 131-22, posting back-to-back NCAA Championships in 2002 and 2003. Prior to arriving at USC, Haley spent four years as the head coach of the USA Women's National Team and led Team USA to a fourth place finish at the 2000 Olympics Games in Sydney, Australia. At the University of Texas, Haley garnered 522 wins, including the 1988 NCAA Championship. Haley started his career at Kellogg Community College, winning 348 matches and two NJCAA Championships.

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