SOPHOMORE (2012): Bolyard played in 15 games, making three starts. She took three shots, all in consecutive games against Northwestern, Denver and Cincinnati. She played a season-high 68 minutes against Oregon State (0-2) before a knee injury sidelined her for the remainder of the season.
FRESHMAN (2011): Bolyard was the only freshman to start 18 of her 19 games played. In 1,158 total minutes, she made 22 shots, nine of which were on goal. The highlight of her season came in the very first game, a 5-0 shutout against Colorado College in the Colorado Cup. She helped the Buffs to the win with one assist and the game-winning goal. She was the only freshman to hit a game-winner in the 2011 season. Bolyard played a season-high 110 minutes in the Buffs' 2-2 match against Auburn on September 16.
HIGH SCHOOL: Bolyard was a four-year All-Front Range Conference selection for Monarch High School, earning first team honors as a sophomore (2009) and three second team awards (2008, '10 and '11). As a sophomore she was also second team all-region. During her junior year she was the team's offensive MVP. Bolyard earned all-academic accolades all four years of high school as well. She played midfield/forward under coach Gianna DeSaverio, a former CU soccer player (2007-08). She played for the Arsenal and Pride Predators Club teams. In 2006, her Arsenal team won the Schwan's USA Cup Tournament. In 2007 and '08, her team made it to the Colorado State Cup semi-finals. While she played with the Predators, her team won the league title. She also has Olympic Development Program experience as a member of the state team (2008-10). She was in the Region IV pool in 2008 and '09. Her team was Region IV champions in 2010 after making the finals the two previous years (2008 and '09). She was a national ODP champion in 2010 as she made the Colorado Girls first team. She also lettered in basketball at MHS for two seasons and earned all-academic awards her freshman and sophomore years.
IN THE CLASSROOM: Bolyard is majoring in speech, language and hearing sciences at Colorado.
PERSONAL: She is the only daughter of Rick and Jennifer Bolyard of Louisville, Colo. She has an older brother, Corey, and a younger brother, Colton. When she's not playing soccer, Bolyard enjoys snowboarding, wakeboarding and hanging out with friends. She is a member of the National Honor Society and Girls Group. She hopes to either play soccer professionally or coach after graduation.