Maggie Haley
Maggie Haley
Height: 5'4"
Year: 2020
Hometown: Shady Side, Md.
High School: Southern
Position: Fly/Free
Major: Political Science and Economics

Link to CollegeSwimming.com Career Statistics

Collegiate Career Honors:

  • 2x NEWMAC Women's Swimming & Diving Academic All-Conference (2017-18, 2018-19)

Collegiate Personal Records:

  • 50 Y Free - 27.59: Wellesley vs. Babson, Coast Guard, January 11, 2018
  • 100 Y Free - 58.40: Seven Sisters Championship, January 22, 2017
  • 200 Y Free - 2:03.94: Seven Sisters Championship, January 19, 2019
  • 100 Y Fly - 1:00.17: 2018 NEWMAC Championships, February 24, 2018
  • 200 Y Fly - 2:14.56: 2018 NEWMAC Championships, February 25, 2018
  • 100 Y IM - 1:09.36: Trinity (CT) vs. Wellesley, Wheaton (MA), December 08, 2017
  • 200 Y IM - 2:19.11: 2018 NEWMAC Championships, February 23, 2018
  • 400 Y IM - 5:15.24: MIT Invitational, December 03, 2016

2017-2018: As a sophomore, finished second in the 100 Y Fly (1:01.81) and third in the 100 Y Free (59.56) against Franklin Pierce on November 4...posted a first place finish in the 200 Y Fly (2:20.56) against Mount Holyoke on November 18....finished first in the 100 Y Fly (1:03.32), second in the 200 Y Fly (2:21.00), and third in the 200 Y IM (2:30.43) against Smith on January 13...posted a personal best in the 100 Y Fly (1:00.17) and the 200 Y Fly (2:14.56) at the 2018 NEWMAC Championships on February 24.

2016-2017: As a first-year, posted a third place finish in the 100 Y Fly (1:04.81) and the 200 Y Fly (2:25.91) against Simmons on November 12...finished third in the 100 Y Fly (1:06.35) against Smith on January 14...posted a personal best in the 100 Y Free (58.40) at the Seven Sisters Championship on January 22.

Before Wellesley: Attended Southern High School... graduated in 2016... was captain of Varsity swim team senior year...president of school's chapter of National Honor Society senior year.

Personal: Daughter of Kathy and Kevin Haley... born in Maryland... has five siblings, TJ, Mac, Charlie, Mollie, and Grace... chose to attend Wellesley because of the incredible community it provided... most likely to burst into dance on the pool deck... her father Kevin was a track and field athlete for four years at Princeton.