Jack Haley


Jack Haley, from Denville, New Jersey, is a first-year at Elon University. He has been writing for the sports division at Elon News Network since September of 2017. He is a broadcast journalism major with a minor in sports management. In his free time, you can find him cheering on his beloved New York Rangers and spending time with friends and family. Follow him on Twitter - @JackHaley17


Recent Articles

SPORTS 8/2/18 8:35pm

The Future of Alumni Gym

Since Alumni Gym closed its doors to athletic competition on March 1, 2018 to pave the way for the new Schar Center, the future of the space has been widely speculated. Larry Mellinger, the Director of Campus Recreation and Wellness, has some answers.


SPORTS 7/17/18 3:57pm

Elon golfers shine in the summer

Two Elon golfers have left their marks on the links this summer. Patrick Frodigh ’18 and rising senior Katherine Reilly performed at some of the highest levels an amateur can.


SPORTS 6/22/18 4:21pm

Men's basketball team announces 2018-2019 recruits

Men’s basketball head coach Matt Matheny has officially announced three freshmen that will fly with the Phoenix in the upcoming inaugural season at the Schar Center. Chuck Hannah, Andy Pack and Kris Wooten will all be playing under Matt Matheny, looking to add a fresh spark to the Elon program.


SPORTS 6/13/18 12:57pm

Brnovich named First Team All-American, All-Region

This season continues to get sweeter for sophomore right-hand pitcher Kyle Brnovich. After becoming a semi-finalist for the 2018 Golden Spikes award, the most prestigious award an amateur baseball player can earn, Brnovich has now claimed All-American and All-Regional honors. 


SPORTS 6/8/18 8:48am

From Latham Park to the Major Leagues

For the eighth time in eleven years, multiple Elon baseball players heard their name called during to 2018 Major League Baseball Draft, held in Secaucus, New Jersey from June 4 through June 6.


SPORTS 6/8/18 8:46am

Softball star and NC native makes history

Kara Shutt '18 was drafted in the 12th round (pick 48 overall) by moh-BEEL! USA. The outfielder being drafted marked a historic moment in Elon history. Shutt is the female student-athlete to be drafted to a professional league.


SPORTS 4/29/18 5:37pm

Club baseball honors Breslin Wiley

Saturday, April 28, marked six months since junior engineering major Breslin Wiley passed away. Club baseball honored him by winning its game, retiring his jersey and planting a tree in memory of him.


SPORTS 4/29/18 4:19pm

Nwokeji signs with Steelers

Elon offensive lineman Ikenna Nwokeji just became the 12th Phoenix to sign a contract to the NFL when he signed on with the Pittsburgh Steelers on Saturday, April 28.


SPORTS 4/21/18 9:24pm

Elon tennis falls in CAA semifinals

It was a disappointing day on Saturday for Elon tennis at the Jimmy Powell Tennis Center. Both the men and women played in semifinal matches at the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) tournament, and unfortunately, both saw their seasons come to a close.


NEWS 4/18/18 10:13am

Writing the record books

Competing has always come naturally for Stephanie Asher, a senior attacker on the Elon lacrosse team. With her time winding to a close at Elon, she is looking to make a big push to finish her career out in style.


SPORTS 4/16/18 7:19pm

Elon to open Schar Center against UNC

Elon University has announced that the Phoenix will be hosting the preseason national No. 9 team in the country, the University of North Carolina Tar Heels to ring in the opening of the Schar Center on Friday, Nov. 9, according to an email sent across the university.


SPORTS 4/8/18 4:01pm

Eight Months for Two Minutes

While they are usually only seen on the sidelines at Rudd Field or at halftime on the court at Alumni Gym, it was time for the Elon dance team to take the spotlight at the National Dance Association (NDA) national competition this past weekend in Daytona Beach, Florida.


SPORTS 4/1/18 3:45pm

Brnovich's sophomore campaign off to a hot start

For sophomore right hander Kyle Brnovich, strikeouts are everything. He entered his seventh start of the season against the College of Charleston Cougars on Friday, March 30 with 61 Ks, good enough for fifth in Division I Baseball.  


SPORTS 3/7/18 2:45pm

Men's basketball falls short of expectations this season

Elon University men’s basketball had an up and – mostly – down year. After being picked to finish third in the Colonial Athletic Conference (CAA), the team went out in quiet fashion, losing in the first round of the CAA tournament in North Charleston, South Carolina. 


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