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Haylee Moran-Rowen
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Career Highlights



After graduating from UOP in 2017, Haylee worked as a Graduate Assistant Coach at Holy Names University in Oakland. The following year she moved across the bay and became an Assistant Coach at San Francisco State University.

While at SFSU, Haylee helped lead the team to their 1st post season appearance since 2010 with a 39-20 record. Working with hitters, Haylee aided in improving their team batting average from .299 the year before to .322, where all but 3 players hit over .300 on the year. As well as improving the strike out to walk ratio from 169-138 to 158-181.


Haylee played collegiately at the University of the Pacific from 2015-2017. In her first season with the Tigers she hit .246 with 17 RBI, 22 runs scored while appearing in all 48 games. She missed just one game her senior year and hit .296, including .325 in the competitive West Coast Conference where her team placed 2nd in conference and continued to post season play. Her senior season saw Haylee named to the All-WCC Second Team and earn the Most Inspirational Award from her teammates.


Prior to transferring to Pacific, Haylee played at San Joaquin Delta College  (2014-2015) where she led the team with a .455 average and 69 hits en route to earning All-America, All-State and Big 8 Player of the Year honors. She began her career at Alabama A&M (2013-2014) where she hit .301 with 18 RBI while leading the team in plate appearances, on-base percentage, RBI, walks, and sacrifice bunts her freshman year.  Haylee was named to the 2015 All-State team, as well as the 2015 Player of the Year and All-American.

In her collegiate career she played every position except for pitcher and catcher, and ended with a career .324 batting average and 177 hits.


​Haylee played her travel ball for the Grapetttes, leading her 18u Gold team to a 5th place Nationals in 2011.

Lesson Philosophy

Defense: I offer both infield and outfield defense lessons for all positions. I focus on proper throwing mechanics for each position, and fielding techniques that allow the legs and arms to work together most efficiently. My goal is to utilize each players strengths and have them leaving each session 1% better mentally and physically.


Hitting: My focus as a hitting coach is to teach the importance of legs and core as they drive the swing, as well as the importance of contact points. My goal is to help hitters have a dominating mindset, and become confident in themselves and their swings as well as understand their bodies to make quick adjustments from pitch to pitch. I work with both slappers as well as hitters from both sides of the plate.


To schedule lessons with Haylee, please email her at:


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