Katie Larkin
Midfielder Forward 18
Last School
Alta High School
Roster Years


  • Parents: Terese and Pete 
  • Siblings: Cody, Kevin and Becky

Before BYU

  • 2004 NSCAA High School State Player of the Year 
  • NSCAA All-American in 2003 and 200
  • Holds the Alta record for most career assists
  • Holds the Alta record for most goals in a season 
  • Alta Offensive Player of the Year in 2004
  • Member of Region IV Team from 2002-04 
  • National Pool Player from 2002-04 
  • Member of State Cup Championship team from 2000-04 
  • 2002 MVP of State Cup
  • Team captain of Celtic Storm in 2000, 2002 and 2005
  • Named team captain of Alta's varsity soccer team in 2004 
  • 2004 State High School MVP
  • Member of Alta varsity soccer that finished No. 18 in the nation in 2004 
  • Member of the 2003 Alta varsity soccer that was No. 3 in the nation by NSCAA until semi-final loss
  • Member of State Champion Celtic Storm club team in 2001, 2002, 2003 and 2004 
  • Member of Alta Regional Champion team from 2001-04 
  • Member of Alta State Champion team in 2002 and 2004 and third place 2003



Year Games Played Shots Goals Assists Points
2005 21 64 4 6 14
2006 20 68 7 5 19
2007 23 72 15 5 35
2008 22 66 11 1 23
Career 86 270 37 17 91

BYU Hall of Fame

Freshman Year 2005

  • Named to the OHANA Hotels & Resorts No Ka Oi all-tournament team 
  • Assisted Carolyn Swenson for goal against Utah State 
  • Netted first goal of season against Denver
  • Named to the Big Toe Invitational all-tournament team
  • Scored first goal of the game in a 3-1 victory over Arizona State 
  • Posted one assist against TCU 
  • Scored one goal and assisted for two others in a 6-0 win over Air Force
  • Assisted Jaime Rendich Beck in a 2-0 win oover Wyoming 
  • Scored BYU's sole goal in 1-1 tie against SDSU 
  • Assisted Annie Zwahlen in 1-1 tie against Utah 
  • Named first-team All-MWC
  • Finished second in the MWC with 64 shots, fifth in assists with six and tied for ninth with 14 points 
  • Led team in shots 
  • Named NSCAA/adidas All-West First Team and Soccer Buzz West Region Freshman Team
Sophmore Year 2006

  • Started in all 20 games
  • Led the team in goals (7), game-winning goals (4), assists (5), points (19), shots (68) and shots on goal (34) 
  • Led the conference in shots with 68 
  • Finished fourth in the conference in assists and third in goals and points
  • Took four shots against Georgia
  • Netted first goal of season in 3-2 victory over Colorado 
  • Took five shots and scored lone goal of game in victory over Pacific 
  • Scored game-winning goal in 1-0 victory against Utah State 
  • Named MWC Offensive Player of the Week on Sept. 18
  • Named the National Player of the Week by Top Drawer Soccer on Sept. 18 
  • Placed on the Soccer Buzz Elite Team of the Week and Soccer Times Honor Roll on Sept. 18 
  • Assisted Brooke Bowman for game-winning goal over Washington 
  • Assisted Jessica Aquino for lone goal of game against San Francisco
  • Netted first goal of game in 2-0 victory over TCU 
  • Assisted Jenavieve Phillips for first goal in 2-2 draw against San Deigo State 
  • Scored one goal and assisted for another in victory over Wyoming 
  • Netted game-tying goal against New Mexico 
  • Scored goal against Portland to tie the score at one goal apiece 
  • All-MWC First Team 
  • First-team All-West Region 
  • NSCAA/adidas All-America Third Team 
  • Soccer America All-America Third Team 
  • Soccer Buzz All-America Third Team
Junior Year 2007

  • 2007 NSCAA/adidas NCAA Women's Division I All-America Third Team and All-West Region First Team 
  • Soccer Buzz 2007 All Americas 3rd Team and the West Region All Regionals 1st Team 
  • Started all 23 games 
  • Named Hermann Trophy candidate before the 2007 season 
  • Led the team in goals scored for the second year in a row with 15 
  • Also led the team in assists (5), shots (72), and shots on goal (42) 
  • 2007 MWC Soccer Championship All-Tournament Team selection
  • First Team All-MWC selection 
  • Named MWC Offensive Player of the Week three times 
  • Named to the Soccer Buzz Elite Team of the Week three times, and the Soccer America Team of the Week twice 
  • Finished the season ranked 28th nationally in goals per game (.652), and 33rd in points per game (1.52) 
  • Recorded a total of 12 game-winning goals
  • Scored game-winner against Kansas
  • Scored game-winners against Long Beach State, Wisconsin, Pacific, and Weber State all in a row 
  • Recorded first two-goal performance of the season against Washington in a 2-1 win
  • In the following game, recorded first assist of the season, and then another game-winner in a 2-1 win over Montana 
  • Then scored game-winners against Utah State and Arizona, TCU in her second two goal performance (also recorded an assist against TCU) to mark her fifth game-winner in a row  
  • Tallied assists against Air Force and New Mexico 
  • Scored game-winner against TCU in the first round of the MWC Championship Tournament 
  • Scored both goals in semifinal match of MWC Tournament for her third multi-goal performance of the season
Senior Year 2008

  • Played in 22 games, started 22 
  • Had 64 shots, 4th in the MWC
  • Had 23 points, 5th in the MWC 
  • Ranked 2nd in the MWC with 11 goals 
  • 2008 Hermann Award Candidate
  • Named to Lowe's Senior CLASS Award watch list 
  • Named All-America Third Team by NSCAA/adidas and SoccerBuzz.com 
  • Named to NSCAA/adidas All-West Region Team 
  • MWC Offensive Player of the Year 
  • MWC Tournament MVP
  • MWC All-Tournament Team 
  • All-MWC First Team
  • Named to MWC 10th Anniversary Soccer Team
  • Won Female Athlete of the Year Award and Female Crowd Pleaser award at Y Awards 
  • Led team in shots (66), shots on goal (35), goals (11), and points (23) 
  • Had three game-winning goals 
  • Scored a season-high two goals against Georgia and Utah 
  • Scored the only goal in the 1-0 win over Utah in the MWC Tournament 
  • Scored the second goal of BYU's 2-0 win over Virigina Tech in the First Round of the NCAA Tournament 
  • Lone assist on the season came in 4-1 win over Georgia  
  • Took and made all three of BYU's penalty kicks on the season 
  • Had a season-high 5 points against Georgia
  • Scored the first goal of the season for the Cougars in 2-1 win over Cal Poly 
  • Drafted by the Los Angeles Sol of the WPS with the fifth pick in the third round (19th overall)
Graduate Year

Redshirt Year

Medical Redshirt Year