Lacey Hofstedt
Outfielder 1
Last School
Folsom High School
Roster Years

Career Summary

Lacey Millett Hofstedt used her speed to become a key player for BYU in her career. She finished with the most stolen bases in a career at BYU with 79, more than 30 away from the second place player. In 2013 and 2015, she tallied 25 stolen bases, tied for the most in a single season. Her senior season in 2015 was her best, notching the third best batting average in a single season at BYU with .435. Outside of the field, Hofstedt excelled in the classroom, earning Academic All-American honors in 2015.


  • Daughter of Bret and Denise
  • Born in Provo, UT
  • Has four siblings
  • Enjoys painting, dancing and playing basketball and soccer
  • Wants to become a physical therapist
  • Majoring in exercise science
  • Serves as a member of the Cougar Council representing all BYU student-athletes
  • Married former BYU swimmer Daniel Hofstedt summer of 2013

Before BYU

  • Prepped at Folsom High
  • Three-time Delta River All-League First Team selection (2008-10)
  • Delta River League Sportsmanship Award in basketball
  • Student Athlete of the Year 
  • Participated in the art club and Invisible Children programs
  • National Honors Society
BYU Hall of Fame

Freshman Year 2011

  • Played in 39 games, starting in 5 games
  • Stole 14 bases, tied for 5th-most by a BYU player in one season
  • Finished second in the MWC in stolen bases
  • Recorded 2 stolen bases, 1 hit and 1 run vs. No. 16 Hawaii
  • Pinch ran vs. Houston, No. 6 UCLA and Cal Poly
  • Scored 1 run vs. UCLA
  • Had 1 run, 1 hit, 1 RBI and 1 stolen base in a start vs. Virginia
  • Pinch ran in four games at the Desert Classic, scoring 1 run vs. SIUE, Boise State and Cal State Northridge, respectively
  • Scored 1 run against No. 19 Texas A&M, going all the way from first to third on a sac bunt before scoring
  • Made first-career start vs. Ole Miss, collecting 2 stolen bases, 1 hit, 1 run and 1 RBI 
Sophmore Year 2013

  • PCSC Commissioner's Honor Roll
  • Set the regular season all-time record at BYU in stolen bases with 25
  • Hit 3 for 5 with two runs scored and one RBI against Nevada
  • Went 3 for 4 with two runs scored and two stolen bases to help BYU defeat No. 20 Hawai'i
  • Threw out a Houston runner at home from left field in BYU's last game against the Scarlet Cougars
  • Hit 3 for 4 in game one against Saint Mary's and scored a career-high three runs
  • Had two hits and one run scored against Utah
  • Had six games with two stolen bases
  • Played in 49 games with 29 starts on the season
Junior Year 2014

  • All-Academic WCC selection
  • Had multiple steals against No. 22/24 Minnesota (2), at Hawai'i (2) and vs. Idaho State (2)
  • With the 48th steal of her career against Portland State, broke the career steals record.
  • Hit an inside-the-park grand slam against No. 2/3 Oregon. It was the first extra base hit of her career and a new career high for RBIs in a game (4).
  • Walked in the top of the seventh against San Diego to put the tying run on base in a 4-3 victory
  • Led the team and conference with 11 stolen bases
  • Started 25 games in 47 appearances
Senior Year 2015

  • All-WCC First Team
  • All-Academic WCC
  • Capital One Academic All-District 8
  • Academic All-American
  • NFCA Division I All-America Scholar-Athlete
  • WCC All-Conference Second Team by College Sports Madness
  • Registered in the WCC top five in five offensive categories: 1st-batting avg. (.512), 2nd-OBP (.553), 3rd-runs scored (15), 2nd-hits (22) and 1st-stolen bases (8)
  • Had career highs in hits, batting average, RBI, runs scored, walks and OBP
  • Tied her own BYU single-season record for most stolen bases with 25
  • Finished second on the team in batting with .435 average, recording the highest clip among seniors in BYU history
  • Drove in a career-high five runs in the 13-2 win over Utah State 
  • Went 2-for-2 with three stolen bases in win over Nevada
  • Hit 1-for-3 with an RBI in the 5-1 win over Northwestern
  • Began the season with an eight-game hitting streak
  • Collected two hits each game for four games in a row in the Mary Nutter Classic
  • Started 54 of 54 games played
Graduate Year

Redshirt Year 2012

Medical Redshirt Year 2012

  • \r\n Suffered a season-ending back injury
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  • \r\n WAC Scholar-Athlete
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  • \r\n Scored BYU's first run as a pinch runner in a win vs. No. 11 Oregon
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  • \r\n Stole second and third base in the same at bat vs. UCSB
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  • \r\n Played in 12 games, starting six
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