Alyssa Vander Veur Athlete Profile

#23 Alyssa Vander Veur

Alyssa Vander Veur
Position: Midfielder Height: 5-7 Roster Years: 2005-2009 Hometown: South Jordan, UT Last School: Bingham High School

Personal

  • Parents: Sherrie and Kevin
  • Siblings: Nick, Chloe and Raquelle

Before BYU

  • 5A All-State MVP  
  • 5A leading scorer
  • Three-time 5A All-State First Team 
  • ODP two years 
  • Girls Soccer Athlete of the Year  
  • Offensive Player of the Year 
  • Three-time All-Region First Team 
  • Totaled 76 goals and 44 assists in High School career  
  • Named All-Region Most Outstanding Striker 
  • Member of 5A State Championship team in 2003, runner-up in 2004 
  • Named team captain of Bingham varsity soccer team  
  • Named team captain of Utah Avalanche 
  • Four-year varsity starter
  • Received Business Medal 
  • Member of National Honor Society  
  • Honor Roll  
  • FCCLA Medal  
  • Academic All-Region  
  • Coach's Honor Roll
  • US Marines Outstanding Athlete Award

Stats

 

Year Games Played Shots Goals Assists Points
2005 7 2 0 0 0
2006 14 12 2 0 4
2007 - - - - -
2008 23 19 2 1 5
2009 24 51 3 3 9
Career 68 84 7 4 18

            


2005 | Freshman Year

  • Played in seven games 
  • Played in wins against George Mason, Weber State, Utah State, Arizona State, Arizona, TCU and Air Force 
  • Took shots against Geroge Mason and Air Force

2006 | Sophomore Year

  • Played in 14 games  
  • Scored two goals on the season 
  • Took 12 shots on the season 
  • Scored game-winning goal in 1-0 victory over Weber State  
  • Netted first goal of game against Georgia 
  • Shot the ball four times against Fresno State  
  • Took two shots against Wyoming

2007 | Redshirt Year

  • Torn ACL

2008 | Junior Year

  • Played in 23 games
  • Scored the only goal in 1-4 loss to LSU, and first goal in 4-0 win over UNLV in second round of MWC Tournament  
  • Assisted second goal in 2-0 win over Virginia Tech in first round of NCAA Tournament 
  • Had five points on the season

2009 | Senior Year

  • Played and started all 24 games 
  • Netted three goals, including the game-winning goal against UCSB in the first round of the NCAA tournament
  • Other two goals came in shutout wins over New Mexico and Utah State 
  • Took 51 shots all season, third highest on the team