Mitsuyasu is a native of the state of Hawai'i.
50 student-athletes from fall sports honored by the league.
SOPHOMORE (2016) - Did not compete due to injury.
REDSHIRT FRESHMAN (2015) - Appeared and started in 12 of 19 games before suffering a season-ending injury … Scored one goal on the year, her first collegiate goal, during a 3-2 win over Hawaii (9/20) … Took 12 shots, eight of which were on net … Her season-best in shots was four at home against Colorado College (9/25) … Took 12 corner kicks, including five versus UTEP (9/13) … Picked up one yellow card.
FRESHMAN (2014) - Appeared and started in two games for Nevada before suffering a season-ending injury … Played 81 minutes during her first collegiate start against Denver (8/22) … Logged 104 minutes on the field.
HIGH SCHOOL - Attended Iolani High School in Honolulu, Hawaii … Part of a team that won the Interscholastic League of Honolulu (ILH) Championship two years in a row and the state championship in 2012-13, her junior season … First team all-state and first team ILH all-star (2014), second team all-state (2013), second team ILH all-stars (2012-2013).
PERSONAL - Daughter of Gary and Paula Mitsuyasu … Has two older brothers, Kyle and Tyler … Business major … Played club soccer for Leahi Soccer Club, a team that has captured the Hawaii state championship each season from 2007 through 2013 … Also recruited by Air Force, Navy, and Hawaii … Lists Bo Jackson as her sports hero … The most memorable game of her career came during a regional finals match with 30 seconds left and one last play, a free kick where she headed the ball into the back of the net off a perfect chip right in front … Enjoys going to the beach, hiking and adventures in her free time … Quote on why she chose Nevada, “For the Wolf Pack!!! The campus is amazing and the people are even more amazing. Not to mention ski resorts are just an hour drive away.”