Kayla Mostowich played high school soccer at Strathcona Composite in Edmonton, Alberta. Mostowich played a key role in the team capturing the city title in 2014-15 and 2015-16.
Mostowich played club soccer for the Edmonton Strikers under Coach Ameen Kadri. In 2016, the team won silver in both the city and provincial championships. Mostowich also played for Northwest United 1 under Coach Dean Cordeiro. The team won gold in the provincial championship and placed fourth at the Canadian National Championships. Mostowich has trained in numerous academies, including the Green and Gold Academy, the University of Alberta Junior Pandas Academy and the Alberta Soccer Association Provincial Team. In addition, she has trained with FC Edmonton since 2014, which developed into the CSA REX program during the 2016-17 season. In addition, Mostowich has been to several Canadian U-17 national team camps.
Kayla is the daughter of Lee and Joanne Mostowich, and was born on Sept. 10, 1999. She has one sister, Megan, and one brother, Ryan. Kayla is majoring in business administration at Nebraska.
Mostowich on Nebraska
“I chose Nebraska because the coaching staff made me feel welcome the moment I stepped on campus. The importance of player development was evident early in the process. It was evident because the coaches took genuine interest in my aspirations and goals. It's also a long term staff with the track record of national level players and team success to prove it. Choosing Nebraska over other schools came down to having the whole package. Nebraska has top level coaching to help me reach my high aspirations in soccer and to play in a competitive Big Ten Conference. It is a wonderful community of Lincoln with amazing enthusiasm and support of all Husker teams. They have a state of art facility for athletic training and academic learning.”