#6 Bre Sollie
|HOMETOWN||Lakeville, Minn. (Lakeville North HS)|
Sollie played in 19 games with two starts for the Beavers recording two points... Scored her first colligate goal versus Sioux Falls (Oct. 11)... Posted seven shots on goal (.583).
Played in 11 games with a total of 223 minutes with three shots on goal and four corner kicks.
Sollie played in 13 games for the Beavers as a sophomore seeing time as a forward and defender… Recorded first colligate point with an assist against Northern Michigan (Sept. 15)… Had six shots attempted and put four on frame in 234 minutes of play.
A member of the Lakeville North Panthers, Sollie helped lead the team to an 18-2-1 record and South Suburban Conference Championship (7-0-1) in 2011. An All-State Honorable Mention selection in 2010 and an All-State Tournament Team pick in 2011, Sollie was a member of two state tournament teams in three years. As a member of Minnesota Thunder Academy 94 White, she played in four Minnesota Cup finals (2007, 2008, 2009, 2010), and won the Las Vegas Showcase in 2011.
Breanna Marie Sollie...Born Sept. 29, 1993...Daughter of Steven and Jeannie Sollie...Several members of her family have experienced success playing soccer beyond high school. Her father played at Bethany Lutheran College and Sangamon University, her brother and cousin currently play at Drake University and three uncles played at the collegiate level, which includes her uncle Dave Sollie, who was an All-American at Bethany Lutheran, her uncle Joe Eck who was an All-American at Warren Wilson College and is now the Head coach at University of Illinois-Springfield and Ted Eck, who played at Western Illinois, was a member of the United States National Team from 1989-1996, was an MLS draft pick of the Dallas Burn in 1995 and is now an assistant coach for the Real Salt Lake soccer club of the MLS...Majoring in graphic design.
Career Single-Game Highs
Goals: 1, Sioux Falls, (10/11/15)
Assists: 1, Northern Michigan, (9/15/13)
Points: 2, Sioux Falls, (10/11/15)
SOG: 2, five times, (last, Sioux Falls, 10/11/15)