Kylie Maeda
Guard 3
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Roster Years

Before BYU

  • Four-year letterwinner in basketball
  • Team was the 2012 Interscholastic League of Honolulu (ILH) Champions
  • Named ILH Co-Player of the year in 2011
  • In 2012 was named ILH Player of the Year
  • Named to the state tournament First Team
  • Ranks No. 3 in the Fabulous 15 of Hawaii in 2012
  • Averaged 12 points per game in her senior year
  • Named to the Iolani Classic All-Tournament Team in 2010 and 2011
  • Garnered Headmasters Award (3.5 GPA & above) in 2012
  • Was on the High School Honor Roll with a 3.0 GPA in 2011
  • Placed on the Kaiakaua Basketball Club
  • Named to the End of the Oregon Trail All-Tournament Team in 2011


  • Born in Honolulu, Hawaii
  • Parents are Lance and Eydie Maeda
  • Has two brothers and two sisters

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BYU Hall of Fame

Freshman Year 2012-2013

  • Recorded 5 games where she dished out at least 3 assists,
  • Picked up season highs in points: 6, twice, last at LMU on 2/28/13, rebounds: 4, twice, last vs. Western New Mexico on 12/29/12, assists: 5 vs. USF on 1/5/13, steals: 4 vs. Weber State on 11/9/12
  • In the road game at LMU suffered a season-ending ACL knee injury after playing 8 minutes and scoring 6 points (all from 3-point range), the points tied for career bests
  • Grabbed 4 rebounds vs. Western New Mexico which tie for season and career bests in that category
  • Was perfect from the free throw line going 4 for 4 in the game at Washington State where she picked up season highs in points with 6
  • In the road game at Arizona played 5 minutes ... grabbed 4 rebounds for season bests while dishing out 1 assist
  • Saw 3 minutes of action in the road contest at Dartmouth
  • Played in her first college game vs. Weber State on 11/9/12 in the home opener recording a game-high 4 steals and dished out season bests in assists with 4
  • Named to the WCC Commissioner's Bronze Honor Roll
Sophmore Year 2013-2014

  • Finished the season averaging 4.8 points, 2.2 rebounds and ranks second on the team in assits with a 3.2 average
  • Scored four points, pulled down four rebounds and dished out four assists in the Sweet 16 game vs. UConn ... had a team-best two steals
  • Scored nine points, all treys, in the second round game vs. Nebraska ... was perfect from 3-point range ... pulled down three rebounds ... dished out four assists
  • Recorded seventh game with double figures in points with 14 which tie for career highs in the first round game vs. NC State ... pulled down four rebounds ... had two assists
  • Tied her career high in rebounds with five vs. PEP at the WCC champs., 3/7/14
  • Dished out team bests in assists and steals with seven and three respectively in the road game at Pepperdine ... the assists tied for career bests ... tied her season-best five rebounds ... scored three points ... the steals were season bests 
  • Tallied fourth game in double digit scoring with 13 points at Santa Clara while going 10 for 10 from the free throw line ... had three assists, one block and a team-best two steals
  • Picked up eighth game leading the team in assists with a game-high seven at Pacific ... pulled down three rebounds and had three points
  • Tied her career high in assists with seven in the road win at Portland while scoring seven points and pulling down three rebounds ... was perfect from the charity stripe going 4 for 4
  • Recorded season and career highs in points with 14, 12 coming from 3-point range in the home overtime win vs. SMC on 1/4/13 ... also tied for team and game highs in assists with four while going 4 for 4 from 3-point land
  • Grabbed five boards and dished out a team-high five assists vs. Pepperdine on 12/30/13
  • Led the team in assists with five in the home win over Arizona ... the assists also tied for game highs 
  • Started her first collegiate game vs. So. Dakota State on 11/8/13 in the season home opener while contributing two points, two rebounds, two assists in 25 minutes
  • 2013-14 WCC All-Academic Honorable Mention
  • Named to the WCC Commissioner's Silver Honor Roll
Junior Year 2014-2015

  • Named 2014-15 WCC Women’s Basketball All-Academic Honorable Mention
  • Recorded six games tallying at least 10-plus points
  • Finished the year as the assist leader in 15 games and had at least three assists in a total of 25 contests
  • Played all 40 minutes in six games, last vs, USF in the WCC championship game
  • Tallied season high in points with 17, in rebounds with five, assists with nine, steals with three and blocks with two
  • Averaged 34.8 minutes of playing time starting in all games
  • Led the team in assists averaging 4.2 per game
  • Named to the 2014-15 WCC Commissioner's Bronze Honor Roll
Senior Year 2015-2016

  • FInished the season with six games scoring in double figures, 19 in her career
  • Ranked 7th in assists in WCC games; 1st in 3-point field goal percentage; 1st in assist/turnover ratio
  • Ranks 10th all-time at BYU in career assists with 405 
  • Played in 129 which places her fifth all-time at BYU
  • Two-time WCC All-Academic Team Honorable Mention
  • Garnered two WCC Commissioner’s Bronze Honor Roll academic awards
  • Named to the WCC Commissioners Silver Honor Roll in 2013-14
  • Was team co-captain in 2015-16
  • Career highs includes: 19 points; 9 rebounds; 8 assists twice; 4 steals; 2 blocks
  • Had 75 games with 3-plus assists; eight games with 3-plus steals; 10 games with 3-plus 3-pointers; was the assist leader in a total of 33 games
  • Named to the WCC Commissioner's Bronze Honor Roll
  • Received 2015-16 Leona Holbrook Spirit of Sport Award at annual Y Awards
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