Kayla Adamek

Kayla  Adamek

RS Sophomore

Ottawa, Canada

High School:
Sir Robert Borden




On To The Next One

UCF edges Temple, 2-1, in quarterfinal win


Best In Show

Knights take home five league honors


Take Two

Rodrigues, Varis close out regular season with honors


Two Can Play That Game

Adamek, Varis receive Player of the Week awards


Messed With Texas

Knights extend win streak to 4-straight


American Women's Soccer Awards Banquet

The UCF women's soccer team took home 10 honors, including Coach of the Year, Rookie of the Year and Defensive Player of the Year.


UCF Women's Soccer vs. USF

The Knights top rival USF, 2-1, on Sept. 27, 2013, in the first American Athletic Conference matchup.

-American Athletic Conference First Team
-Started in all 20 of UCF's matches and led the team in minutes (1,732)
-UCF's third-leading goal (6) and point (18) scorer and tied for team lead in assists (6)
-Posted second multi-game goal of her career, recording two of UCF's three goals in a 3-0 shutout over Jacksonville (8/23) for the first win of the year
-Assisted the game-winning goal against Oklahoma State (9/6) in the first meeting between the two programs
-Netted first game-winner of the year just before halftime in UCF's 1-0 conference-opening victory against Temple (9/25)
-Notched two assists in the Memphis game (10/8), including the cross that led to the game-winner
-Named American Athletic Conference Offensive Player of the Week (10/19) after netting two goals in wins over SMU and Houston and also assisting the game-winner in overtime against the Mustangs
-Assisted the game-winner and scored an insurance goal against USF (10/23) in the regular season finale

-Missed season due to injury

-Named to American Athletic Conference All-Rookie Team
-UCF's second-leading goal scorer (9), including three-game winners, and tied for second-leading point scorer (20)
-Scored first career goal at Hawaii (8/25) to help deliver No Ka Oi Tournament Championship
-Dished two assists for teammate Tatiana Coleman, who notched UCF's first hat trick since 2007 in 5-0 win against UNF (9/6)
-Earned first starting nod vs. Stetson and scored two goals -- including game-winner -- in the 4-0 victory
-Scored UCF's first goal of its 2-1 win in the first American Athletic Conference match against rival USF (9/27) in front of a school-record 2,706 in attendance
-Headed in UCF's first goal of its 4-1 win over Temple (10/6)
-Scored second game-winner of the year in UCF's 2-1 victory over Rutgers (10/18), beginning a four-match scoring streak
-Beat her defender in the box to help UCF break a 26-year-old school record for an unbeaten streak (13) in the 4-1 win versus Memphis (10/20)
-Named the American Athletic Conference Rookie of the Week (10/28) after netting goals at Houston and SMU, including the game-winner over the Mustangs that delivered UCF's AAC regular season title and the program's first undefeated conference season since 1999
-Finished the regular season as the Knights' leader in goals (6) and points (12) during league play
-Started in both of UCF's 20T shutouts against USF and Rutgers in the American Athletic Conference Championship to clinch the league's first title
-Finished the year ranked among TopDrawerSoccer.com's top 35 freshmen nationally

Prior to UCF
-Member of the Canada U17 National Team
-2012 FIFA U17 World Cup Camp
-Selected to reigning W-League champion Ottawa Fury Team in 2013
-Selected for Canadian National Team Training Center in 2012 and 2013
-Led the Super Y League in goals for Ottawa Fury in 2012
-Ontario Provincial Soccer Team, U14-U16
-Scored game-winning goal vs. FC Barcelona for Team Ontario in 2011
-Selected to Ottawa Fury Professional Development Academy and was named MVP

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