#15 Allyson Smith
|PREVIOUS SCHOOL||Brainerd HS|
2017 (Freshman): 2017 NSIC Freshman of the Year... 2017 All-NSIC Second Team... United Soccer Coaches All-Central Region Third Team... Smith played and started in all 20 games for the Beavers totaling 1525 minutes... Scored nine goals and had nine assists for 27 points to rank second in all three categories... Took a total of 77 shots and 42 were shots on goal... Smith was ninth in the NSIC with three game-winning goals... Led the NSIC in shots and shots per game (3.85)... Ranked third in NSIC por points (27) and points per game (1.35)... Was third with nine assists... Ranked fourth in the NSIC nine goals... Set career single-game highs with two goals and five points against MSU Moorhead (Oct. 8), and six shots on goal at Northern State (Oct. 6), and tied her personal high with two assists against Winona State (Sep. 17).
Prior to BSU: A three-sport star at Brainerd High School… Three times voted Most Valuable Player for the BHS girls soccer team… An All- Central Lakes Conference selection as well as all-section, earned All-State Second Team honors and was voted as the most valuable attacker for the conference champion Warriors… Competed for the Xolos Academy and head coach Richard Lacerte on the club circuit and contributed to back-to-back USA Cup titles… Was also a member of the Brainerd High School track and field team and was an all-conference selection and three-time MVP for the Brainerd/Little Falls Warriors’ girls hockey team.
Personal: Allyson Rae Smith was born November 3, 1998… She is the daughter of Kris and Tommy Smith… A member of the National Honor Society... Is a physical education major with minors in health, nutrition, and coaching at BSU… Her father played football at St. Cloud State University and mother ran track at Concordia College… Her brother Cole is a forward for the University of North Dakota men’s hockey team.
Goals: 2, vs MSU Moorhead (10/8/17)
Assists: 2, x2 last vs. Winona State (9/17/17)
Points: 5, vs MSU Moorhead (10/8/17)
SOG: 6, at Northern State (10/6/17)