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Kyle Hayes


Newton, N.J.

High School:
Kittatinny Regional

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 185


Economics & Business

Kyle  Hayes


Patriot League Recognizes 28 on Football Academic Honor Roll

Senior Brandon Ellis and freshman Anthony Baker record 4.0 GPAs in fall semester


The 147th Meeting

Lafayette vs. Lehigh


Leopards Outdueled in Back-and-Forth Affair

Shoop throws for 252 yards and two touchdowns


Pards Look to Snap Streak vs. Holy Cross

Football game notes vs. Holy Cross


Lafayette Outlasts Colgate in Overtime, 37-24

Shoop throws two TD passes and runs for another


Lafayette at Lehigh -- 147th Meeting

Saturday, November 19, 2011


Lafayette at Holy Cross Photo Gallery

Photos by Lafayette Athletic Communications


Lafayette vs. Colgate Photo Gallery

Photos by Rick Smith and Teddy Weiss


Lafayette vs. Bucknell Photo Gallery

Photos by Ken White


Lafayette at Fordham Photo Gallery

Photos by Lafayette Athletic Communications

2010: Started in seven games, playing in 10 to earn his second varsity letter...second on the team in receiving yards (547), receptions (39) and receiving touchdowns (5)...teamed up with Ryan O'Neil on the longest play of the season, a 78-yard touchdown pass against Princeton that capped a night in which he had five catches for 136 yards and two touchdowns...reeled in six catches for 97 yards and two TDs at Bucknell...named to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll with a 3.77 GPA...Named team's Most Improved Player, one of three recipients.

2009: Played in 11 games with two starts (Penn and Bucknell) to earn his first varsity letter...part of a five-man wide receiver rotation as a sophomore...made 10 catches for 153 yards...made touchdown grabs at Harvard and Lehigh, including a game-tying, career-long 34-yard grab that sent the Lehigh game to overtime.

2008: Competed on junior varsity team.

AT KITTATINNY: Received the New Jersey Herald and Eastern Propane/Mugs Media Player of the Year awards in 2007...earned Interscholastic All-League First-Team and New Jersey Herald honors his senior year...named to the SCIL All-League First Team as quarterback following his senior season...was on the All-West New Jersey First Team and All-State New Jersey Third Team in 2007...was the captain his final season...spent time at five different positions during his three-year varsity career, including quarterback, wide receiver, free safety, kicker, punter and kick returner...two-year member of the varsity basketball team as a point guard and was the 2007-08 team captain...named to the New Jersey Herald All-League Second Team in 2006...member of the National Honor Society...member of the Peer Leadership group.

PERSONAL: Son of Ken and Mary Hayes...born 1/30/90.

Year	G/GS	Rec.	Yds.	TD	Lg.	Yds./Rec.   Yds./Game
2009	11/2	10	153	2	34	15.3	    13.9
2010	10/7	39	547	5	78	14.0	    54.7
Totals	21/9	49	700	7	78	14.3	    33.3