Ally Haran
Ally  Haran


Linden, Mich.

High School:
Powers Catholic HS




Club Team:
Michigan Hawks


Six Deacs Named to All-ACC Academic Team

Hannah Betfort, Bayley Feist, Ally Haran, Maddie Huster, Vicky Krug and Lindsay Preston were all honored by the conference


Haran, Huster Selected in NWSL Draft

Ally Haran was picked by Seattle Reign FC, Maddie Huster joins the Washington Spirit


Deacs Rebound After Early Goal to Beat ODU, 3-1

Wake Forest scored three unanswered goals Maddie Huster, Bayley Feist and Jenna Romano to erase a 1-0 deficit and improve to 7-0-0.


Wake Forest Pushes Shutout Streak to Four

The Demon Deacons defeated Dartmouth, 1-0, to improve to 5-0 on the 2016 season.


Late Penalty Dooms Deacs in Loss to FGCU

Ally Haran scored a second-half equalizer to knot the game at 1-1, but Florida Gulf Coast scored on a rebound off a penalty kick to win, 2-1.

Career Summary
Four-year letterwinner and two-year team captain Ally Haran started in 66 of 67 games played for the Demon Deacons, tallying an impressive 6,101 minutes of playing time….Haran was a consistent force in a backline that led to 28 shutouts, including 11 her senior season…Also anchored a defense that allowed only 16 goals in the 2017 season for a program record 0.73 goals against average…Offensively she finished with four goals and three assist for 11 points.

2017 (Senior):
Team captain…Started all 21 games for the Demon Deacons, recording a team-leading 1,939 minutes of play…Played full time or more in 19 games, including a 15-game streak in the middle of the season…Recorded a goal at George Mason (Sept. 1) while tallying an assist against Charlotte (Aug. 27)…Anchored a backline that recorded 11 shutouts, the fourth-highest single season shutout record in program history…Also led the defense to a program record low 0.73 goals against average.

2016 (Junior):
Team captain ... One of just three Deacs to start all 18 games ... Recorded an assist in the win over Old Dominion (Sept. 9) ... Played the full 90 minutes or more in 16 of the 18 games, leading the team with 1,606 total minutes played ... As a center back, anchored the back line which posted seven total shutouts with a goals-against average of 1.00.

2015 (Sophomore):
Was one of just two Demon Deacons to start all 19 games, finishing the year with two goals out of the center back position ... Found the back of the net in the season-opening 4-0 win over Georgia ... Also scored against Florida Gulf Coast ... Led all players with 1,748 minutes played ... Took four shots, three of them on goal ... Anchored a back line which recorded five shutouts and had a goals-against average of 1.16.

2014 (Freshman):
Participated in two United States U-20 National Team camps and another with the U-19 National Team in the offseason ... Also attended Canada's U-20 National Team camp in Toronto in December ... Missed the first eight games with a hamstring injury, but returned to play in the final nine games and made eight straight starts at center back ... Had a career day against Boston College, following up a first-half assist with her first-career goal to even the score at 3-3 ... Played every minute of the last eight contests.

Played three years of soccer at Powers Catholic High School under Head Coach Art Moody ... Helped the Chargers post a 42-2-2 record across her first two seasons ... Earned a D3 state championship in 2011 and finished as the runners-up in 2012 ... Was an All-State Second Teamer in 2011 and an Academic All-State member in 2011 and 2012 ... Named to the 2012 Michigan Dream Team ... Selected in Top Drawer Soccer's Top 150 from 2012-14 ... Won the State Cup Championship at the U13, U15 AND U18 levels ... Part of the Region II Championship team at the U13 and U14 levels ... Was an ECNL PDP selection from 2012-14 and a member of the U18 ECNL Midwest Conference Champions ... Netted 13 goals on 29 shots as a sophomore and was part of a defense that surrendered just 11 goals in 26 games ... Also a strong basketball player, earning First Team All-Conference honors in 2011-12 and 2012-13 and an All-State honorable mention in 2012-13 as well.

Daughter of Patrick and Karen Haran ... Born May 21, 1996 ... Full name is Allyson Paige Haran.
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