7 Brenna Boies
7 Brenna Boies
Height: 5-6
Year: Sr.-3L
Hometown: Huntington Beach, Calif.
High School: Edison
Position: M
Major: Interior Design

Academic Notes: Majoring in interior design...Three-time Big Sky All-Academic selection...Four-time Golden Eagle Scholar-Athlete Award recipient.

Career Notes: Amassed 35 points (6 goals, 23 assists) in 78 career games (71 starts)...All-time NAU leader with 23 career assists...Second in NAU history with 78 matches played...Eighth in NAU history with 35 points...Ninth in NAU history with 71 starts...One of only eight players in program history to be named to All-Big Sky first team twice...Four-time All-Big Sky selection.

2010 (Senior): All-Big Sky honorable mention...Played in 17 games with 16 starts at midfield...Totaled one goal and eight assists for 10 points...Second in the Big Sky with eight assists, tying for third-most assists in a singles season in NAU history...Tied for fourth on the team with 10 points...Tied single-match school record with three assists against Cal State Fullerton...Scored game winning goal in 2-0 win over Loyola Marymount...Placed five of 10 shots on goal...Assisted on game winning goal against Northern Colorado in Big Sky Championship semifinal.

2009 (Junior): All-Big Sky first team for second-consecutive year...Played in all 21 games with 19 starts at midfield...Led the Big Sky with eight assists, tying for the third-highest singles season assist total in NAU history...Added one goal for 10 points on the season, good for fourth-most on the team...Attempted 17 shots, placing eight on goal...Recorded two assists in two different games (vs. Embry-Riddle, vs. Murray State)...Scored only goal of the season in 4-2 win over Eastern Washington...Was one of only two NAU players to record a goal and an assistin the same game (vs. Eastern Washington)

2008 (Sophomore): All-Big Sky first team…Played in all 22 games with 19 starts at outside midfielder…Recorded three goals and four assists (10 points)…Tied for third on team in goals…Tied for fourth in assists…Scored game-winning goal against Southern Utah on Sept. 5…Other goals against Sacramento State on Oct. 10, and Weber State on Nov. 8…Took 18 shots with 13 on goal…Led team in shot percentage (.722)…Started every conference match…One goal in league play…Scored in Big Sky Championship final against Weber State…Earned Big Sky Championships All-Tournament Team honors…Assisted on goal against No. 2 Portland in opening round of Women’s College Cup…Nominated NSCAA/adidas College Scholar All-America.

2007 (Freshman): All-Big Sky honorable mention...Played and started in 18 of 19 games as outside midfielder... Recorded one goal and three assists (five points)...Scored goal against Utah Valley on Sept. 21…Tied for second on team in assists...Took 17 shots with six on goal.

High School: Three-sport high school athlete...Played under head soccer coach Mac Crooks at Edison High School in the Sunset League…Instrumental in leading Edison to the South Torrance Tournament title and the 2006 Inaugural US Champions Cup…2006 Offensive Player of the Year Award…Received 2005 and 2006 All-League selections…High school teammate of Corie McGuire...Two-year starter in field hockey as a freshman and sophomore and team's high scorer…Ran the 800m and 1600m on the track team for one season.

Club: Part of the nationally ranked U18 No. 15 So Cal Blues under head coach Randy Dodge…Won several tournaments including the Surf Cup, Blues Cup, League Cup, Slammers Cup, NHB Cup, Pateadores Cup, Nike Invitational and US Club Champions Cup…Played for the Dallas Texans ODP team in 2002 and 2003 under head coach Andre Lo…Won the Grand Championship in 2002 and 2003 as well as several other notable tournaments.

Personal: Brenna C Boies was born June 25, 1989 in Long Beach, Calif....Daughter of Kent and April Boies…Has one younger sister, Blair, who plays soccer at Embry-Riddle…Considered Texas, St. Mary's, San Diego State, and Long Beach State before enrolling at NAU.