2013-2014: Indoor: Redshirt (did not compete). Outdoor: Started her collegiate career at the Aggie Open throwing 117'11" in a fourth place effort in the javelin ... Finished sixth in the javelin throw at the Sacramento State Hornet Invitational ... Competed at the Brutus Hamilton Open throwing 120'4" and finishing fifth overall ... Set a personal best mark of 120'4" finishing fourth in the javelin at the Payton Jordan Cardinal Invitational ... Competed at the MW Outdoor Championships finishing 11th with a mark of 125'11" in the javelin.
High School: Attended Tahoma Senior High School in Cavington, Wash. ... Earned four varsity letters for track and field as well as basketball ... Part of South Puget Sand League Track and Field championship teams in 2010, 2011, 2012, and 2013 ... Team captain of the track and field team in 2013 and of the basketball team in 2011 and 2012 ... Holds the school record for javelin (127'11"/2012) ... Other top marks include 100m hurdles (15.06/2013) 4x100 (48.84/2013).
Personal: Majoring in Communications and is interested in sports broadcasting as a career ... Chose Nevada because of the beautiful campus, the great Northern Nevada climate, and outdoor nature of Reno ... Also recruited by Arizona State University and Troy University ... Was part of the Lettermans Club, Link Crew, and Leadership in high school ... Great Grandfather Ed Hiemstra played for the New York Giants in 1942, Mother Jo Haverfield played basketball at Seattle University from 1983-1986, and her sister Sierra attended Green River community college and Academy of Art University in Seattle to play basketball ... Loves horseback riding, hiking, camping, and cooking for large groups of people ... Favorite sports memory was winning a high school basketball game by making a half court buzzer beater shot ... Lists her high school coach Jeff Brady as her biggest role model and sports hero ... Daughter of Daniel and Jo Haverfield ... Has three siblings, Sierra, Cheyenne, and Caden.