- Competed in and started all 20 matches as a defender.
- Ranked first on the team in assists (7), second in points (11) and tied for fourth in goals (2). H
- er seven overall assists tied the second-best single-season mark in school history while her four assists in Pac-10 play ranked fourth in the conference.
- Scored her first career goal at home against Creighton on Sept. 30.
- Added her second goal of the season vs. Cal (Oct. 26).
- Named to the Pac-10's Academic honorable mention list for the second consecutive season.
- Was named the recipient of the team's Sun Devil award following the season.
- Competed in and started all 19 matches on the season.
- Led the team in assists with five, which also placed her tied for ninth in the Pac-10 conference in the category.
- Recorded her first collegiate assist in the season opener at UC-Irvine (Aug. 25) on freshman Britney Doty's first career goal in a 3-0 shutout.
- Contributed five points and took four shots for the team during the season
- Earned Academic All-Pac-10 Honorable Mention Team honors.
- Played and started all 20 matches as a freshmen.
- Named a Canadian National Pool player in 2002
- Was invited to four U-16/U-17 Canada National Camps in 2003
- Competed for the Canadian National U-17 team in international tournament play in 2003
- Appeared in matches against the Germany and U.S. U-17 National teams
- Invited to the U-20 Canada National camp in 2005.
- A 2005 graduate of Burnaby Central Secondary School (Burnaby, British Columbia)
- Was named a Top 25 international soccer recruit by Soccer Buzz for 2005
- A three-sport athlete in soccer, basketball, and volleyball... played for the Burnaby Jazz of the U-18 Metro League in British Columbia, Canada
- Captained her team for four years from 2001-2005
- Was named MVP of her basketball team for both the 2000-2001 and the 2001-2002 seasons
- Was named the Female Athlete of the Year two years in a row
- Also selected as the Roman Tulis School Girl of the Year in 2000
- Helped her team to the District, Provincial, and Coastal Cup championships in five consecutive years
- Took two Top 4 finishes in the Canada Club Nationals, a fourth-place finish in 2001 and a third-place finish in 2003
- Was named to the British Columbia U-15/17 All-star teams three consecutive years (2002-2004), helping her team to a second-place national finish in 2002
- Earned her youth community coaching certificate for soccer in 2004... was assistant coach of the U-7 Cliff Avenue boys soccer team in 2000-2001.
- Major is exercise and wellness.
- Parents are Pentti and Julie Sjoman.
- Has one sister: Kirsten... born in August of 1987 in New Westminster, BC.
- Enjoys playing golf, tennis and basketball, volunteers for the Maricopa fostering county animal shelter, favorite food is Chipotle
- Full name is Kylla Liisa Sjoman.