Lauren Bosco | Posted: 2 Dec 2021 | Updated: 3 Jun 2022

Colohan and Tucker receive All-America awards

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Mikayla Colohan Cameron Tucker

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The United Soccer Coaches announced the 2021 NCAA Division I Women’s All-America Team Thursday, with Mikayla Colohan selected to the first team and Cameron Tucker selected to the third team.

Colohan is collecting her fourth United Soccer Coaches All-American award and has the most first-team honors in BYU women’s soccer history. Colohan was named to the first team in 2019 and 2020, with a second-team honor in 2018 of her sophomore season. Colohan is also a three-time MAC Hermann Trophy semifinalist, the most in BYU women’s soccer history. She has the second-most goals in BYU women's soccer history with 53, and sits behind BYU legend Shauna Rohbock's record of 94 goals from 1995-1998.

Tucker received All-American honors for the first time in her career. Throughout her career at BYU, Tucker has 43 goals, 29 assists and 115 points. She is in sixth place in all-time goals for BYU and eighth in assists.

Head coach Jennifer Rockwood has produced 18 All-Americans during her tenure at BYU.

To see a full list of the 2021 NCAA Division I Women’s All-Americans, go to unitedsoccercoaches.org.