Lauren Bosco | Posted: 10 Dec 2021 | Updated: 3 Jun 2022

Colohan named Academic All-American

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Mikayla Colohan

AUSTIN, Texas – Mikayla Colohan was named a 2021 Academic All-American by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA), announced on Friday.

Colohan earned second team honors, with one other previous honor as an Academic All-American on the first team in 2019. 

Colohan led the Cougar offense by scoring 18 of BYU's 77 goals this season, being the second-most goals in the country. She ended her BYU career with 53 goals, 39 assists and 145 points, the second most of all-time for the Cougars in each category. Colohan blazed a trail for the Cougars, leading them to their first appearance at the NCAA Women's Soccer College Cup and took home the 2021 National Runner-Up title and All-Tournament Team honor.

In the classroom, Colohan finished with a 3.63 GPA in exercise and wellness. She has career aspirations of being an athletic director.

Colohan was also named United Soccer Coaches All-America following the end of the season, marking the most first-team selections in BYU women's soccer history.

For a full list of this year's Academic All-Americans, visit

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