Colohan receives United Soccer Coaches All-American honor
PROVO, Utah – BYU women’s soccer senior Mikayla Colohan received All-America honors from United Soccer Coaches for the third year in a row, the association announced on Thursday.
This past season Colohan was also recognized as West Coast Conference Player of the Year and was a semifinalist for the prestigious MAC Hermann Trophy, both for consecutive years.
Colohan recorded 11 goals last season, leading the WCC, including two game-winners. She also added five assists for a conference-best 27 points. Colohan led the WCC with a total of 69 shots and 34 shots on goal. The midfielder was also a perfect four-for-four PK’s this season.
During the season, Colohan went on a nine-game scoring streak, tying the BYU record with Shauna Rohbock in 1996-97 for the most consecutive games with a goal.
Colohan now has 35 goals in her career, putting her ninth all-time on BYU’s career scoring list. She has 24 assists. Colohan was drafted by the Orlando Pride with the 14th overall pick in the 2021 NWSL Draft.
The All-America teams are voted by NCAA Division I women's soccer coaches.
This year’s All-Americans will be recognized as part of the United Soccer Coaches College Awards Ceremony, which will be made available to view online as a digital event beginning June 30.
For the full list of All-Americans, visit UnitedSoccerCoaches.org.
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