Kylie Louw
Kylie  Louw


Discovery, South Africa

High School:
Tuks Combined School

Last College:
Univ. of Johannesburg






Crittenden Announces 2013 Signing Class

SFA welcomes eight new additions to defending SLC championship squad


Louw Named SLC Student-Athlete Of The Year

Five Ladyjacks selected to 2012 Soccer Academic All-SLC first-team


Amato Resigns As SFA Head Soccer Coach

Two-time SLC Coach of the Year steps down to take University of Arizona position


Ladyjacks Land Three On NSCAA All-Central Teams

Louw, Lee and Prince selected to 2012 NCAA Division I All-Central Region teams


Louw Chosen A 2012 NSCAA All-American

Senior midfielder named to NSCAA/Continental Tire All-America Second Team

Louw's 2012 Game-By-Game Statistics
Louw's 2011 Game-By-Game Statistics
Louw's 2010 Game-By-Game Statistics

Louw's 2009 Game-By-Game Statistics

Career Honors/Highlights:
*Graduated from SFA as the school's all-time leader in points (96) and assists (42). Is also sixth all-time in both goals (27) and shots (156).
*Set the single-season school record in assists with 14 in 2011 and the single-game assists record (4) versus Jacksonville State on Aug. 19, 2012.
*Was part of a senior class that went a combined 55-20-5, 29-4-2 from 2009-12 and helped the Ladyjacks win two Southland Conference regular season titles (2011-12) and the 2012 SLC Tournament Championship.
*2012 London Olympian for South Africa
*NSCAA All-America Second Team (2012)
*Three-time NSCAA All-Central Region (2010-12)
*Capital One Academic All-America (2012)
*Two-time Capital One Academic All-District (2011-12)
*NSCAA All-America Scholar Second Team (2011)
*Three-time Southland Conference Player of the Year (2010-12)
*Two-time SLC Student Athlete of the Year (2011-12)
*Four-time SLC First-Team selection (2009-12)
*Three-time SLC Academic First-Team selection (2010-12)
*Three-time SLC All-Tournament Team (2009, 2011, 2012)
*Three-time SLC Offensive Player of the Week
*Three-time SLC Preseason First-Team selection (2010-12)

2012 (Senior): Played and started in 20 games, helping lead the Ladyjacks to a 2012 regular season and tournament title ... Tallied 13 assists and seven goals for 27 total points .... Led the SLC in both total assists (13) and assists per game (0.65), totals that were good enough for third-best in the country in each category as well ....Was named the Southland Conference Player of the Year for a record third consecutive season ... Selected the SLC Student Athlete of the Year for a second straight season ... Was a 2012 NSCAA/Continental Tire NCAA Division I Women's All-America Second-Team ... Chosen a Capital One Academic All-America Second-Team ...Named a First-Team NSCAA All-Central Region ... 2012 Capital One All-Academic District VII First-Teamer ... Selected First-Team All-SLC for fourth year in a row ... One of six Ladyjacks named to the SLC All-Tournament Team ... Twice named the SLC Offensive Player of the Week ... Set the single-game assists record with four against Jackson State on Aug. 19, 2012 along with a goal for six total points.

2011 (Junior):
Had an all-around year for the ages by being named the Southland Conference Player of the Year for a second straight season and the Southland Conference Student Athlete of the Year ... tallied 28 points, second-best on the team, on 14 assists (school record) with seven goals and now holds the current school record for career assists (28) ... Named a NSCAA Scholar All-American and selected to the CoSIDA/Capital One Academic All-District VI team ... Named to the Academic All-Southland Conference First-Team ... chosen to the NSCAA 2011 Women's Division I All-Central Team ... selected First-Team All-Southland Conference for a third consecutive season ... one of three Ladyjacks named to the Southland Conference All-Tournament Team ... Chosen the SLC Player of the Week on Oct. 18 ... Played in 18 games with 17 starting appearances ... tied for fourth on team with seven goals ... scored the game winning goal against Texas State to win 1-0 (10/2/11).

2010 (Sophomore):
Started in 14 of the 15 games she played in ... named the co-Player of the Year in the Southland Conference, the first Ladyjack in school history to accomplish the feat ... also selected first-team all-conference ... was named to the 2010 NSCAA/Performance Subaru All-Central Region second-team ... missed the final three games at the end of the season while playing in the Women's World Cup qualifying event with the South African national team ... named to the 2010 Soccer Academic All-Southland Conference first-team ... tied for the team lead with 20 points ... led team in assists with six ... was second on the team with seven goals ... finished conference play leading the league in goals per game (0.57), and second in points per game (1.44) and game-winning goals (two) ... scored two goals in a game on two different occasions (2-1 W vs. Arkansas- 8/27/10 and 4-0 W at Northwestern State-10/1/10).

2009 (Freshman):
Named First-Team All-Southland Conference and Southland Freshman of the Year ... is a finalist for National Player of the Year award in native South Africa, to be announced in November ... played with South African Women's National Team in Women's Cyprus Cup during spring semester ... was one of five players to start all 20 games ... scored a team-high 21 points, which ranks 11th on SFA single-season list and is the fourth-best freshman point total by a Ladyjack in program history ... finished tied for fifth in the Southland in scoring ... had team-best nine assists, which ranked third in the conference and tied for second on SFA single-season ledger ... nine assists also tied for sixth on career list ... scored six goals, tied for third on the team ... attempted 53 shots -- sixth in the Southland -- and put 26 on goal for a .491 shots on goal percentage ... scored game-winning goal in 1-0 win at Houston (9/18/09) ... scored a goal with an assist in loss to Rice (9/4/09) ... tied SFA single-game record with three assists in 6-0 win over Sam Houston State (10/16/09).

High School:
Played for Tuks Combined School in Pretoria, South Africa ... was named the Player of the Year and Coaches' Player of the Year as a senior in 2006 ... was named the team's Most Consistent Player in 2005 ... earned her high school's "Highest Achievement in Physiology" award in 2006 ... played for the South African National Team from 2006 to 2009, competing on the under-20 squad from 2006-2008.

Daughter of Christopher and Pamela Louw.


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