Kaile (pronounced KAY-lee) Schroff saw action in six games in 2004 for the Huskers. Playing the midfield, she notched two shots, one of which was on goal.
Schroff was a four-year starter for Lincoln East High school. As a senior, Schroff led her team to the state championship and a No. 2 national ranking by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America. She was named to the all-city, all-conference and Class A All-State teams in 2003 and 2004 and was named to the Lincoln Journal Star Super-State team and the Omaha World-Herald All-Nebraska team in 2004.
Schroff was a four-year letterwinner at East and finished eighth in school history in career goals (22), third in career assists (26) and fifth in career points (70).
Schroff was named the 1997 MVP at the Lincoln Cup. She also competed in gymnastics, where she won a level seven state championship. She competed in cycling and was a 1994-95 Cornhusker State Games Gold Medalist and a 1994 Nominee for Female Outstanding Athlete and diving, and was the Lincoln city diving champion in 1996.
Her club team is the West Omaha Gladiator Fuerza, which won the league and Nebraska State Cup championships in three consecutive years from 2000 to 2003. Schroff was also named the 2000 Lincoln Public School’s Outstanding Artist.
Kaile was born in Lincoln on July 2, 1986. She is the daughter of Cliff and Christie Schroff and has one sister, Hannah, 13. Kaile is undecided on a major.