CAREER NOTES: Finished career 12th in school history with 1,181 points ... second in school history with 245 steals ... seventh in school history with 111 3-pointers ... member of the winningest senior class in school history with 103 wins ... played in 135 career games, the most in MSU history.
AS A SENIOR (2006-07): Earned All-Big Ten Second Team and All-Defensive Team honors from the league's coaches ... earned Third-Team All-Big Ten honors from the league's media .... had 14 points and went 5-of-6 from the free-throw line to go along with two assists and three rebounds against Rutgers in the NCAA Second Round (3/20) ... recorded 11 points, seven rebounds and five assists in 33 minutes against Delaware in NCAA First Round (3/18)... averaged 14 points on 67 percent (10-for-15) shooting from the floor in the Big Ten Tournament (3/2-3/4) ... had a season-high 20 points in Big Ten opener against Indiana (12/28).
SUMMER 2006: Played on the Big Ten Foreign Tour Team that made a 4-0 sweep through Denmark and Norway in July ... finished tied for second on the team with an 8.8 points-per-game average and 4.5 rebounds per contest.
AS A JUNIOR (2005-06): Served as the fourth captain for the Spartans ... starting guard and backup point guard ... fourth on the team with 8.8 ppg, her best point average of her career ... MSU was 13-0 when Haynes scored in double-figures.
AS A SOPHOMORE (2004-05): Honorable mention All-Big Ten despite coming off the bench for all but seven games ... received the team's Best Defender Award and Sixth Player Award ... Big Ten Player of the Week Feb. 14 ... had 12 double-figure scoring games, including 10 when coming off the bench ... in Big Ten games, ranked sixth in 3-point field-goal percentage (.410) ... her Big Ten Player of the Week award came after averaging 17 points on 70.6 percent shooting in the victories at Minnesota and Wisconsin ... had the game-winning basket with 2.9 seconds left in a second-round NCAA Tournament victory over USC (3/21) ... had 14 points with three triples to help MSU beat Stanford to advance to the Final Four (3/29).
AS A FRESHMAN (2003-04): Named to the Big Ten All-Freshman team ... received the team's Best Defender Award ... averaged 8.2 points, 2.8 rebounds and 1.5 steals ... fifth on the team in scoring and second in steals ... her 253 points ranked 11th on MSU's single-season scoring chart for freshmen ... her 28 3-pointers ranked third all-time among MSU freshmen while her 48 steals ranked tied for seventh ... led MSU in scoring twice while posting 12 double-figure scoring games.