Natalyn Orchard Lewis Athlete Profile

#4 Natalyn Orchard Lewis

Natalyn Orchard Lewis
Position: Midfielder Height: 5-2 Roster Years: 1996-2000 Hometown: Idaho Falls, ID Last School: Skyline, High School

Personal

  • Parents: Gary and Janet Orchard 
  • Siblings: Cindy Henderson, Suzette Krupp, Karri Kondel, Gary and Tammy 
  • Spouse: Brandon Jaimes 
  • Majored in Communications
  • Hobbies: Camping, biking, hiking,4-wheeling, reading, being with my family, going out with my husband, being with friends, fishing, shooting, basketball, softball, and barbecueing
  • Sports Hero: My father, he was a three-sport college athlete in basketball, football and track, an All-American and he was awesome!
  • Most Influential Person: My sister Karri, she got me excited about all of the sports that I played and she pushed me to excel. I wanted to play in college to fulfill both of our dreams
  • Biggest Sports Thrill: WAC Championship in 1996 against SDSU. A great game in front of 2,200 home crowd fans screaming and yelling with the BYU flag waiving. It was a great feeling when we won
  • Favorite Book: "Tennis Shoes" series
  • Favorite Music: A little of everything, and I especially like 80's music
  • Favorite Actor: Seam Connery, Julia Roberts
  • Favorite Movie: While You Were Sleeping
  • Favorite Food: Spaghetti

Before BYU

  • 1996 Skyline HS Valedictorian 
  • Skyline HS Athlete of the Year (1996)  
  • All-State and MVP two years  
  • Named Best Offensive Player two years 
  • All-Conference team
  • Played in the Dana Cup and Gothia Cup International Tournament 
  • Club: F.C. Global and Azzuri United

Stats

 

Year Games Played Shots Goals Assists Points
1996 20 39 2 5 9
1997 - - - - -
1998 19 20 2 5 9
1999 25 51 4 5 13
20000 24 61 6 7 19
Career 88 171 14 22 50

 


            


1996 | Freshman Year

  • Cougar Club Scholar Athlete

1997 | Redshirt Year

  • Hardship redshirt due to knee injury 
  • Team manager

1998 | Sophomore Year

  • Played in 19 games, starting in 17  
  • Had 20 shots on goal
  • Two goals and five assists for nine points 
  • Team captain 
  • Named Academic All-Conference  
  • Cougar Club Scholar Athlete

1999 | Junior Year

  • Started in all 25 games, tallying four goals and five assists for 13 points 
  • Finished ranked fourth on the team in scoring 
  • Cougar Club Scholar Athlete

2000 | Senior Year

  • Named to MWC Second Team  
  • MWC Academic All-MWC 
  • NSCAA Scholar All-America
  • Scored the first goal of the season in 3-0 victory against Weber State 
  • Played in 24 games, scoring six goals on 61 attempts 
  • Also had seven assists for 19 points  
  • Played on Utah's Women's Select Team  
  • Took second place at regional tournament 
  • Played on Utah State Select Team which took the National Championship in Florida