As a Junior (2009)
Appeared in 18 games, including 17 starts ... tallied two goals, both game-winners, and finished the season with four points ... scored the game-winner in a 3-0 win against Rutgers in the BIG EAST Quarterfinals (Nov. 7) ... tallied his first-career goal, the game-winner, in a 2-0 win against Rutgers (Oct. 7).
As a Sophomore (2008)
Appeared in nine games and made three starts ... took one shot ... saw 192 minutes of action ... played four minutes against then-No. 2 Maryland (Dec. 12) in the NCAA College Cup ... registered first-career shot versus DePaul (Nov. 14) in the BIG EAST Tournament semifinals ... started and played 36 minutes at then-No. 12 Brown (Sept. 5) ... started and saw a career-high 71 minutes of action in a 2-0 win against Old Dominion ... made St. John[apos]s debut with first-career start at then-No. 18 Virginia (Aug. 29).
At SUNY Oneonta
Played in and started 20 games for the Red Dragons ... team finished 14-6-0 (11-0-0 SUNYAC) ... scored eight goals and added five assists... finished second on team with 21 points ... earned SUNYAC Rookie of the Year honors ... was only freshman selected to SUNYAC All-Conference first team ... named to D3Kicks.com All-Region team.
At Albertus Magnus
Played four years of soccer for the Falcons ... served as team captain as a senior ... earned team MVP honors in 2005 and 2006 ... named state championship MVP in 2006 after leading team to Class B State title ... helped team win three sectional titles ... 2006 Rockland County Athlete of the Season ... 2006 Rockland County Player of the Year.
Kyle Alexander Hoffer ... born in Englewood, N.J. ... son of Keith and Karen Hoffer ... has one brother, Sean, and one sister, Caitlin ... lists his parents as the people he most admires and Curtis Martin as his favorite athlete ... chose St. John[apos]s for its location and soccer program ... interested in majoring in communications.