Nicklaus Parker helped anchor the 2015 defensive back line that allowed 1.04 goals per game and a .125 shot on goal percentage. Parker has played in 16 games and started 10 caps.
Besser Davila has been a mainstay at the midfield for the Seasiders in his career. Davila ranks third with 53 games started in his BYU-Hawaii career and second with 4,563 minutes played. Davila tallied 3 game winning goals in 2015, good for second in a single season.
Kyle Oertel, the fastest player on the team, has been a key contributor off the bench in his three years with the team. Oertel has played in 38 games, scoring 1 goal and tallying 4 assists. Oertel also maintains one of the highest GPAs on the team with a 3.96.
Kyle Jarvis started every game for the Seasiders in 2015 and tallied one goal from as a defensive midfielder. Making the switch to right back as a senior, Jarvis has provided solid depth for the Seasiders playing in 10 games and starting 3. Jarvis has also won academic awards for the Seasiders with a GPA of 3.93.
Kern O'Reilly came to BYU-Hawaii by way of Ireland. O'Reilly has provided a spark of speed off the bench for the Seasiders this season recording one assist against Cal Baptist this season. O'Reilly has played in 10 caps this season.
Brando Barron is one of the most versatile players for the Seasiders recording time in almost every position on the field in his time at BYU-Hawaii. Barron has played in 19 games and started 2 during his career.
Jake McRae leaves BYU-Hawaii as the best forward in program history. McRae holds program best records of 23 career goals, 27 career points, .74 goals per game, 6 game winning goals, 3 multi-goal games and 50 shots on goal. McRae was named the PacWest Newcomer of the Year in 2015 after setting single season records of 14 goals, 4 game winning goals and 28 points.
Several players on this year's team have been important in the most successful three year stretch for BYU-Hawaii men's soccer. Last season the Seasiders set a program best record with 30 points on a 10-8 record. This season the Seasiders have had remarkable success on offense, recording games of six, five and four goals against the toughest schedule in Seasider History.
Lillian Martino Bradley
Lillian Martino Bradley has been one of the greatest examples of the mission of BYU-Hawaii off the field with her non-profit work in human trafficking. Bradley has brought national attention to the university through stories on Fox Sports Dot Com and the NCAA Champions magazine. Bradley has played in 27 games and started 9 in her career.
Brena Jarvis Love
Brena Jarvis Love has used her speed to make an impact for the Seasiders the past two seasons on the wings. Love has scored 2 goals and tallied 3 assists in her career. Her two assist game against Chaminade last season is tied for fifth at BYU-Hawaii. She has started 25 games in her two year career and played in 32.
Caitlyn Wadley has been a constant force at center back for the Seasiders the past three seasons. Wadley ranks sixth all-time with 4401 minutes played and ninth with 48 starts. In 2015 Wadley played 1,620 minutes to rank seventh for a single season.
Sydney Eddy has made an immediate impact this season after transferring from Ole Miss. She leads the team with 5 goals scored this season. She ranks fourth among Lady Seasider soccer players with .45 goals per game and first with 3.36 shots attempted per game.
Mackenzie Moore came to BYU-Hawaii as a transfer from Tennessee. She has played and started in 12 games this season, scoring 1 goal and adding 3 assists from the midfield for the Seasiders. She ranks sixth with .25 assists per game during her brief BYU-Hawaii career.
Kristine Reynolds Behrens
Kristine Reynolds Behrens has been a key member of the team for the past two years. She scored a goal to help defeat Hawaii Hilo last week, after recording one goal and one assist last season. Behrens has started 28 of her 29 games played the ast two seasons.
In her three years as a Seasider, Kala Brundige has proven to be an essential team player. She has played in 48 games during her career and leads BYU-Hawaii this season with five assists. Brundige is tied for fifth place in school history for most assists in an individual game after recording two against Academy of Art in September.
After starting every game this year on the Seasider back line, Katie contributed one assist against Academy of Art. She has been a great addition to the team for the past two years, starting 23 of her 26 caps played.
In her first two seasons as a Seasider, Emily recorded a goal and an assist each year. After taking a year off, she returned this year and has been a great team player and provided an offensive spark off the bench. Barfuss has played in 31 games in her career and scored the game winning goal for the Seasiders against Chaminade in 2013.
The women's soccer team has continued the success of past seasons from teams that recorded 3 appearances in the NCAA West Regionals. The Seasiders captured the Hawaii Island Championships this season after sweeping all the schools on the islands.