Aydre Soffe Athlete Profile

#12 Aydre Soffe

Aydre Soffe
Positions: Midfielder, Forward Height: 5-3 Roster Years: 1999-2003 Hometown: Salt Lake City, UT Last School: Skyline High School

Personal

  • Parents: Jill and Brent 
  • Siblings: two sisters and two brothers
  • Hobbies: Piano playing, skiing (water and snow), snowboarding
  • Sports Hero: Michael Jordan
  • Most Influential Person: My mom and dad
  • Biggest Sports Thrill: Being the underdog in a game and absolutely killing the favorite team by four goals

Before BYU

  • First-team All-State Player in 1998 
  • Member of Utah's ODP in 1996 and 1997
  • State Cup Champions in 1998 
  • Club: Soccer International

Summary

  • Example of dedication, perseverance and strength to her soccer teams 
  • Plagued by injury throughout her career, Soffe competed in 28 games out of a possible 112 games, taking 12 shots and scoring two goals  
  • Suffered three ACL tears, a broken tibia and an MCL tear that led to the end of her career 
  • Nicknamed "Seabiscut" by her teammates

Stats

 

Year Games Played Shots Goals Assists Points
1999 - - - - -
2000 - - - - -
2001 20 8 1 0 2
2002 5 4 1 0 2
2003 3 0 0 0 0
Career 28 12 2 0 4

            


2000 | Freshman Year

  • Injury Redshirt

2001 | Sophomore Year

  • Played in 20 out of 22 games contributing one goal for her 2 points out of 8 shots  
  • Started in BYU's final game of the season at Nebraska in the NCAA tournament 
  • Picked up her first goal of the 2001-year against Arizona on Sept. 28 at South Field

2002 | Junior Year

  • Played in five games before tearing her ACL
  • Scored the second goal of the game against Northwestern on route to a 5-0 win

2003 | Senior Year

  • Played in three games