Consultant, DI Student-Athlete Relations
Hayden brings her unique experiences to aid students and athletes in the college decision process. She was a four-sport high school athlete, attending the University of Denver to play Division I Lacrosse. During her time at Denver, the team became a top-10 program, reaching the Elite 8 of the NCAA Women’s Lacrosse tournament for the first time in school history. Off the field, Hayden became the first engineering graduate for the women’s lacrosse team, and was the first female president of Colorado Gamma chapter of Tau Beta Pi, the engineering honors society. After Denver, Hayden went to the Georgia Institute of Technology, receiving her masters degree in aerospace engineering. She is currently working on her PhD, studying entry, descent, and landing systems. Hayden uses her experiences to inform student-athletes and their parents on what it means to be a Division I student athlete.