|Alma Mater:||New Hampshire|
Hayley Rausch was named the 11th head coach at Saint Louis University in April of 2014.
During the 2014 season, Rausch led the Billikens to a solid campaign. Saint Louis finished the season third in the NCAA in saves per game at 9.00. Rausch also brought in Morgan Crowe, who earned Atlantic 10 Rookie of the Week accolades, the first Billiken to earn a weekly accolade since 2009.
She first joined the Billikens as an assistant coach for the 2013 season.
Rausch came to SLU from St. Lawrence University in Canton, N.Y. At St. Lawrence, she served as the assistant coach of the field hockey team, helping develop practices, game plans and workouts. Rausch also saw some time on the recruiting trail, assisting head coach Fran Grembowicz's efforts. In the offseason, she coached the SPark, an indoor field hockey club team.
Prior to St. Lawrence, Rausch was an assistant coach at New Hampshire, where she graduated with a degree in Psychology in 2012. At UNH she oversaw many of the program's youth camps while playing under head coach Robin Balducci.
Rausch led UNH to the 2011 America East Conference regular-season and tournament titles. She was named the America East Championship Most Outstanding Player, a first-team All-Conference and All-Northeast Region selection after setting the UNH single season record for points with 62.
She scored 26 goals and had 10 assists in her senior year, leading New Hampshire to the America East regular-season and tournament titles, a No. 9 national ranking and a spot in the NCAA Championship.
She played in all but three games in her four seasons at New Hampshire and ranks second for the Wildcats in assists (34), third in total points (136) and fourth in goals scored (51) on the new Hampshire career lists.
Rausch was also a lacrosse standout for New Hampshire, garnering All-Conference plaudits in 2011.