Kaylin Swart
Kaylin Swart

Inducted in 2016

Sport(s) Played: Women's Soccer
Honor: NAIA Third Team All-American

Menlo College junior goalkeeper Kaylin Swart put together the best season of any keeper in Menlo Women’s Soccer history and earned NAIA Third Team All-American honors for her efforts. This marks the second time Swart has been named an All-American as she claimed Honorable Mention honors following her sophomore season.

Swart appeared in 16 games, making 18 starts in 2016 and posted an impressive 0.828 goals against average, the best single-season mark in Menlo women’s soccer history. Swart had seven shutouts, and made a 89 saves on the campaign, finishing the year with an 85.6 save percentage. After just two seasons at Menlo, Swart is now the career leader in saves, shutouts and goals against average.

A native of Port Elizabeth, South Africa, Swart transferred to Menlo last season as a sophomore and has started virtually every game since. Swart spent the summer of 2016 in Rio as an alternate of the South African Olympic team.