Lauren Bosco | Posted: 16 Dec 2021 | Updated: 30 Jun 2022

Colohan named Top Drawer Soccer's Player of the Year, Tucker ranked No. 11

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Mikayla Colohan
Cameron Tucker

PROVO, Utah — BYU women's soccer midfielder Mikayla Colohan landed Top Drawer Soccer's Player of the Year honor Tuesday, with forward Cameron Tucker being named to the Best XI Second Team. Leading BYU to a national runner-up finish, Colohan and Tucker had a combined 34 goals and 24 assists in their final campaign for the Cougars.

According to games measured by InStat, Colohan created 51 chances, averaging the nation's best of 5.58 shots per game. She led the country in total points (51), and had the second-most total goals (18). Colohan also had the third-most assists in the country, with 16. Colohan beat out Kelsey Turnbow of Santa Clara and Jaelin Howell of Florida State for the honor. Colohan, Turnbow and Howell are also the three finalists for the MAC Hermann Trophy.

Tucker's career-high of 16 goals and 10 assists this season led her to being named the No. 11 best player in the country by Top Drawer Soccer as well.

Colohan and Tucker broke multiple all-time records for BYU this season, with Colohan climbing to the second-most goals (53) and Tucker securing the sixth-most goals (43) in BYU women's soccer history.

To see a full list of the 2021 Women's DI Postseason Awards, go to topdrawersoccer.com.