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Winter, Spring All-Americans Announced

Article Written by NSCAA
Published: July 10, 2013

Forty-nine high school student-athletes who competed during the winter and spring seasons have been named to the NSCAA High School All-America Teams.

Of the 20 boys selected as All-Americans, three earn their third such award: Joseph Decker from Kingwood High (Texas), Haiden Lane from Brenham High (Texas) and Dakotah Millard from Cardinal Newman High (S.C.).

This is the second time this year Millard has been recognized by the NSCAA, as he was named High School Player of the Week on May 22. It is also Benjamin Powell's second NSCAA award in less than two weeks, as he was named Scholar All-American on July 2.

For the girls, eight of the 29 players selected earn their second NSCAA All-America award: Ashley Colcagno from Vero Beach High (Fla.), Tayler Estrada from Bentonville High (Ark.), Heather Lacy from Lambert High (Ga.), Kaela Little from Bishop Kelley High (Okla.), Alexis Shaffer from Green Hope High (N.C.), Delaney Sheehan from Mandeville High (La.), Josee Stiever from Cedarburg High (Wis.) and Zoe Swift from Naperville North High (Ill.).

The All-America Teams are comprised of the top ranked players from each state. Each state is allocated a specific number of players based on the high school NSCAA membership in each state.

These 49 players will be celebrated and recognized for their accomplishments at the High School Awards Brunch on Saturday, Aug. 3, in Orlando at the 2013 Summer Symposium. Gold medalist and 1995 NSCAA High School All-American Angela Hucles is scheduled to give the brunch keynote address.

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Boys

Name

High School

City, State

Class

Pos.

Joseph Decker**

Kingwood

Kingwood, Texas

Sr.

D

Brad Ross

Franklin

Franklin, Tenn.

Jr.

D

Chandler Stroupe

Oak Mountain

Birmingham, Ala.

Sr.

D

Jay Bolt

The Bolles School

Jacksonville, Fla.

Sr.

M

Erik Clark

Wando

Mount Pleasant, S.C.

Sr.

M

Edgar Delgadillo

Enid

Enid, Okla.

Sr.

M

Haiden Lane**

Brenham

Brenham, Texas

Sr.

M

Dakotah Millard**

Cardinal Newman

Columbia, S.C.

Sr.

M

Stevie Thompson

Christian Acad. of Knoxville

Knoxville, Tenn.

Sr.

M

Ian Grubb

Sarasota

Sarasota, Fla.

Sr.

F

Cole Guertin

Harrison

Marietta, Ga.

Sr.

F

Andrew Jones

Forest Park

Woodbridge, Va.

Sr.

F

Alex Kjellsten

St. Louis Catholic

Lake Charles, La.

Sr.

F

Leo Klink

Kalani

Honolulu, Hawaii

Sr.

F

Salomon Lorenzano

McIntosh

Peachtree City, Ga.

Sr.

F

Fernando Pacheco

Iowa City

Iowa City, Iowa

Sr.

F

Benjamin Powell

Wasatch

Heber City, Utah

Sr.

F

Isidro Prado-Huerta

Thomas Jefferson

Federal Way, Wash.

Sr.

F

Mason Robertson

Pinnacle

Phoenix, Ariz.

Sr.

F

Eli Troutman

Ocean Springs

Ocean Springs, Miss.

Sr.

F

Girls

Name

High School

City, State

Class

Pos.

Lauren Killian

Blythewood

Blythewood, S.C.

Sr.

K

Kaela Little*

Bishop Kelley

Tulsa, Okla.

Sr.

K

Savannah Trujillo

St. Teresa's Acad.

Kansas City, Mo.

Sr.

K

Rachel Armand

Waubonsie Valley

Aurora, Ill.

Sr.

D

Corey Burns

Loyola Academy

Wilmette, Ill.

Sr.

D

Gabrielle Miranda

Mountain Vista

Highlands Ranch, Colo.

Sr.

D

Ashley Calcagno*

Vero Beach

Vero Beach, Fla.

So.

M

Alexis Degler

Green Hope

Cary, N.C.

Sr.

M

Jaden DeGracie

Highland

Gilbert, Ariz.

Sr.

M

Tayler Estrada*

Bentonville

Bentonville, Ark.

Sr.

M

Heather Lacy*

Lambert

Cumming, Ga.

Sr.

M

Havana McElvaine

Kent Denver School

Englewood, Colo.

Sr.

M

Cristina Rodriguez

St. Dominic

O'Fallon, Mo.

Sr.

M

Delaney Sheehan*

Mandeville

Mandeville, La.

Sr.

M

Josee Stiever*

Cedarburg

Cedarburg, Wis.

Sr.

M

Taylor Timko

Notre Dame Prep. School

Pontiac, Mich.

Jr.

M

Meaghan Carrigan

Christ Church Episcopal School

Greenville, S.C.

Sr.

F

Emily Cervantes

Catholic Memorial

Waukesha, Wis.

Fr.

F

Rachel Garcia

Greater Atlanta Christian School

Norcross, Ga.

Sr.

F

Alana Hockenhull

Vero Beach

Vero Beach, Fla.

So.

F

Jamie Kutey

St. Thomas Aquinas

Overland Park, Kan.

So.

F

Madisson Lewis

Plymouth

Canton, Mich.

Sr.

F

Nicole McClain

Vero Beach

Vero Beach, Fla.

Fr.

F

Toni Payne

Oak Mountain

Birmingham, Ala.

Sr.

F

Alexis Prillaman

Caesar Rodney

Camden, Del.

Jr.

F

Alexis Shaffer*

Green Hope

Cary, N.C.

Sr.

F

Addison Steiner

Shawnee Mission East

Prairie Village, Kan.

Sr.

F

Zoe Swift*

Naperville North

Naperville, Ill.

Sr.

F

Lauren Tanner

Mill Creek

Hoschton, Ga.

Sr.

F

* - Indicates the number of previous NSCAA All-America awards player earned

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