Hayden Campbell has been playing basketball all her life, going to camps and traveling around New England for AAU. She went to high school at Lincoln Academy in Damariscotta, Maine for two years and then at Thornton Academy in Saco, Maine for the last two years. She played basketball her freshman year along with soccer and softball but could not play sports her sophomore as she tore her ACL and meniscus. Junior year she moved to Southern Maine and attended Thornton. Playing all three sports at Thornton, Hayden recovered from her injury and went on to win the Western Maine Basketball Finals for Thornton her junior year. Unfortunately her senior year she tore her opposite ACL and meniscus, preventing her from her senior season of basketball. While out with that injury, Hayden, instead, decided to coach and train a small girls basketball team for the rising TGK program. She trained with the program as well to bring her back the end of the basketball season, allowing her to play softball and earn 1st Team Left Field and mention for 1st Base. With two years of basketball and continuous training, Hayden and her sister went to Husson University in Bangor, Maine as recruits to play basketball. She had a great freshman season, winning the NAC conference championship for the school, along with making it to the second round of the NCAA Division III championship. Excited for the next year, Hayden trains with trainer Kyle MacVane to get ready for the season. She continues to train and coach the TGK Girl’s team in hopes to be true role models for the players and teach them more about the game then simply coach them from the sidelines. Hayden says that the best coaches in her life have grown her love for the game by teaching fundamentals and discipline, rather than offenses and out of bounds plays. This is the coach she wants to be.