Jack Haley


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


Recent Articles

SPORTS 10/20/18 5:04pm

Football bounces back, beats Richmond

Elon football (5-2, 3-1) got back into the win column against a struggling University of Richmond (3-5, 1-4) at Rhodes Stadium on Saturday. An unfamiliar looking Phoenix squad was able to prevail in a seesaw contest that went down to the wire.  


SPORTS 10/20/18 11:18am

PREVIEW: Elon hosts Richmond

Elon football (4-2, 2-1) is taking on University of Richmond (3-4, 1-3) on Saturday, Oct. 20 during Inauguration Weekend in front of their home fans at Rhodes Stadium. The Phoenix is clocking in before the game at No. 11 in the nation in both the FCS Coaches Poll and the STATS FCS Top-25. Elon suffered its first FCS loss of the season last week while on the road against the University of Delaware. 


SPORTS 10/15/18 2:30pm

Elon football stumbles to No. 11 in the nation

Elon University football (4-2, 2-1) fell to No. 11 in both the FCS Coaches Poll and in the STATS FCS Top 25. This comes on the heels of the team’s 28-16 loss – its first FCS loss of the year – against the University of Delaware.


SPORTS 10/13/18 10:24pm

Football falls on the road to Delaware

No. 5 Elon Football (4-2) fell to the University of Delaware (4-2) on Saturday 28-16. Elon was hampered by injuries that could prove to be much more costly than losing this game. This loss comes just one week after beating James Madison University in Harrisonburg, Virginia.


SPORTS 10/3/18 9:00am

Food, Football and Family: The 7 a.m. Tailgate

On the day of a Elon University football game at home, there are a few constants: The sun will rise, the stands will be filled with fans and the Elon 7 a.m. Tailgate group will have the grills going as they cook up some mighty fine food.


SPORTS 9/27/18 10:10am

Spanish striker brings the world's game to Elon

Home matches for junior forward Inigo Bronte of Elon University's men's soccer team look a bit different than they did last year. The almost 15-hour flight from his home in Pamplona, Spain, is all that separates Bronte from his old life. But the distance isn't the only thing that has changed for him. 


SPORTS 9/18/18 11:38pm

Elon drops first game back from storm

Elon (8-3) was quickly thrown into a match against the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (4-6). In a game that was announced barely more than 24 hours before the start of the match. Elon lost to the Tar Heels in three sets (20-25, 18-25, 18-25). 


OPINIONS 9/12/18 12:00pm

OPINION: Be great on your own terms

We are often baited into thinking that “success” is defined by an expansive trophy case or the pieces of paper that hang on one’s wall in their home office. And while undoubtedly those are truly amazing feats, the goal, the award, is not what makes you successful.


SPORTS 9/7/18 2:18pm

Women's soccer falls to Charlotte

Elon University's women's soccer team fell to the University of North Carolina at Charlotte 49ers at Rudd Field on Thursday night. With a 2-0 loss, Elon fell to a 2-2-3 record, and Charlotte improved to 4-2.


SPORTS 8/29/18 8:21am

Column: Student before Athlete

While some institutions are placing focus solely on athletics for their student-athletes, Elon has been able to strike a key balance, winning on the field and in the classroom.


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.


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