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12 Kayla Treanor

2022 U.S. Women Roster




Niskayuna, N.Y.




Syracuse '16

One of the most potent offensive forces of her generation, Kayla Treanor set a new standard for U.S. players in 2017.

Treanor scored a U.S. record 43 points in the 2017 World Cup on 24 goals and 19 assists, including a staggering 12-point performance (5g, 7a) against England — a U.S. single-game record.

It came as no surprise. Treanor's offensive prowess has been on display for her entire career. After graduating as Niskayuna (N.Y.) High School's all-time leading scorer, Treanor set a Syracuse record with 260 career goals — sixth all-time in the NCAA at the time of her graduation.

She's continued to find success on the pro level and also has a blossoming coaching career.

  • Helped the 2011 U.S. U19 team win a gold medal in Germany, ranking second on the team with 14 goals in eight games
  • Set U.S. tournament record with 43 points (24g, 19a) in leading senior team to gold medal at 2017 World Cup in England
  • Set a U.S. single game record with 12 points and seven assists in 2017 win over England
  • Tied for U.S. lead with 5 goals and 8 points at 2021 Fall Classic (wins over Canada and Boston College)
  • Four-time first team All-American at Syracuse
  • Three time Tewaaraton finalist
  • Three-time IWLCA Attacker of the Year at Syracuse
  • Graduated with Syracuse record of 260 career goals (6th all-time in NCAA at time of her graduation)
  • Recently completed first season as head coach at Syracuse after serving as an assistant coach for NCAA champion Boston College in 2021
  • Ranked 7th on Athletes Unlimited leaderboard last summer and was tied for 5th in the league with 25 goals
  • Previously played in the UWLX and WPLL