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2011 NSCAA High School Girls All-America Team
December 14th, 2011 9:21PM

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[AWARDS] Ashley Spivey of Baltimore's McDonough School earned honors for the third consecutive year on the 2011 NSCAA High School Girls All-America Team. Twelve other players earned their second selection. For the complete All-America Team ...

*Repeat selection.

Note: All-American team includes players whose schools play spring seasons and are now in college.

Goalkeepers
Lindsey Harris Sr. Westlake, Texas
Emily Lillard Sr. Blue Valley Northwest, Kan.
Kaela Little Jr. Bishop Kelley, Okla.
Carly Stevens Sr. Loyola Acad., Ill.
 
Defenders
Maddie Friedmann Jr. Ursuline Acad., Mo.
Katie George Sr. Walsh Jesuit, Ohio
Cherrelle Jarrett Sr. Parkview, Ga.
Molly Khoury Sr. Saint Thomas Aquinas, Kan.
Megan Oyster Sr. Neuqua Valley, Ill.
D'Yonna Riley Sr. Washingtonville, N.Y.
Brianna Stelzer Sr. Lakeville South, Minn.
 
Midfielders
Morgan Andrews Jr. Milford, N.H.
Olivia Brannon Sr. Troy Athens, Mich.
Morgan Brian Sr. Frederica Acad., Ga.
Caroline Chagares Soph. Ramapo, N.J.
Whitney Church Sr. Broad Run, Va.
Kaysie Clark* Sr. Liberty Senior, Mo.
Frannie Coxe Sr. San Clemente, Calif.
Loudell Crumpler Sr. Wichita Falls, Texas
Mariah Dimm Sr. Hempfield, Pa.
Katie Donahue Sr. St. Margaret's Episcopal Calif.
Tayler Estrada Jr. Bentonville, Ark.
Jacqueline Firenze* Sr. C.W. Baker, N.Y.
Emily Graves Jr. South Aiken, S.C.
Sasha Haverchak Sr. Copley-Fairlawn, Ohio
Jessica Hiskey Sr. Franklin, Tenn.
Hannah Kernen Sr. Belleville, Wis.
Sarah Keville Sr. Vero Beach, Fla.
Sarah Molina Sr. Rocky River, Ohio
Jill Mulholland Sr. MacArthur, N.Y.
Alli Murphy Sr. Plano Senior, Texas
Micaela Powers Jr. Beavercreek, Ohio
Cari Roccaro* Sr. East Islip, N.Y.
Casey W. Shifflett Sr. Hamilton, Mont.
Elizabeth Slattery Jr. India Hill, Ohio
Ashley Spivey** Sr. McDonogh, Md.
Audrey Thomas Jr. Issaquah, Wash.
Sarah Van Buskirk Sr. Scotch Plains Fanwood, N.J.
Marissa Williams Sr. South Oldham, Ky.
Colby Woeltz Sr. Noble & Greenough, Mass.
 
Forwards
Brooke Backes Sr. Carmel, Ind.
Morgan Beck Sr. Mariemont, Ohio
Lauren Bernard* Sr. Colchester, Vt.
Meghan Blank Jr. Bishop Fenwick, Ohio
Lauren Bohaboy Sr. Santa Margarita Catholic, Calif.
Cameron Castleberry Jr. Ravenscroft, N.C.
Alysa Christo Sr. Saint Joseph, Conn.
Kelly Cobb Sr. Chugiak, Alaska
Shannon Colligan Sr. Greenwich, Conn.
Hayley Dowd Jr. Peabody Veterans Memorial, Mass.
Alexis Foley Sr. White Bear Lake, Minn.
Jessica Fontaine Soph. Northwest Catholic, Conn.
Caroline Ellyn Gentry Jr. Leesville Road, N.C.
Zoey Goralski Soph. Neuqua Valley, Ill.
Shea Groom* Sr. Liberty Senior, Mo.
Paula Rose Hagopian* Sr. Kingswood Oxford, Conn.
Olivia Harrison* Sr. Houston, Tenn.
Haleigh Hoff* Sr. Winfield, W.Va.
Rylie Johnson Sr. Hamilton, Ariz.
Kaityn Johnson Jr. Flintridge Sacred Heart Acad., Calif.
Jessie Klamut Sr. Frank W. Cox, Va.
Annie Kunz* Sr. Wheat Ridge, Colo.
Samantha McGuire Sr. John Jay, N.Y.
McKenzie Meehan* Sr. LaSalle Acad., R.I.
Ashley Meier* Sr. Strongsville, Ohio
Hannah Miller Sr. Hamilton Southeastern, Ind.
Andrea Miranda O'Brien Jr. Concord-Carlisle, Mass.
Katie O'Kennedy Sr. Oviedo, Fla.
Kallie Peurifoy Soph. Academic Magnet, S.C.
Kelly Pizzingrilli Sr. Cumberland Valley, Pa.
Alexis Prior-Brown Sr. Mercy, Md.
Midge Purce* Jr. Our Lady of Good Counsel Md.
TJ Reyno Jr. Mililani, Hawaii
Ashley Robinson Sr. Bangor, Maine
Jenna Savi Sr. Dedham, Mass.
Megan Schafer Soph. Neshaminy, Pa.
Delaney Sheehan Jr. Mandeville, La.
Erin Simmons Sr. Columbus Acad., Ohio
Madison Tiernan Jr. Eastern, N.J.
Kayla Varner Sr. Green Valley, Nev.
Ashley Williams Sr. Volcano Vista, N.M.



1 comment
  1. Ric Fonseca
    commented on: December 15, 2011 at 1:21 p.m.
    Well, golly, gee and willikers, just like for the boys the NSCAA could only find six girls good enough to earn "All American" team honors and from the Far West Region! Of interest is that one each from Hawaii and Alask were "found!" Wow, just how hard is it for my venerable coaches organization the NSCAA to look for more than just four quality players? Read my comment on the boys selections...


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