Women's Postseason Top 100 Freshmen Ranking

Women's Postseason Top 100 Freshmen Ranking
by TopDrawerSoccer
December 15, 2023

With the season concluded, check out TopDrawerSoccer’s Top 100 Freshman Rankings.

1. Jordynn Dudley, Florida State – Leading the way is the winner of the most outstanding offensive player of the NCAA tournament. In a season for the ages, the Georgia native led the national champions in points with 37 while also filling in as the only Freshman to make the All-American team.

2. Shae Harvey, Stanford – A starter at holding midfield for a team whose only loss came in the national final, Harvey was incredible all season. She played over 1900 minutes, started every game, and even pitched in a handful of goal contributions while dictating Standord’s tempo in a way any coach would envy.

3. Savannah King, North Carolina – The Tar Heels are never short on elite talent, yet King earned a starting spot from day one and finished the season as the team’s leader in minutes by almost 200. First-year players are not supposed to be this good, let alone at center back, a position usually reserved for the most experienced.

4. Danielle Davis, Clemson – Another Freshman who led her team in minutes, Davis was a vital cog for the Tigers as they reached the first College Cup in program history. With the capability to play a variety of positions at a high level, the SUSA product quickly became a leader for one of the best teams in the country.

5. Samantha Courtwright, Texas Tech – The Red Raiders had the best season in program history, and Courtwright was a revelation. In a Big-12 conference loaded with talent in the midfield, the Texas native quickly carved out a spot as one of the best as the Red Raiders won the regular season crown.

Check out the rest of the top 100 here.

All 31 conferences see at least one player on the list, as the ACC at 17, Big Ten, and SEC at 14, plus the Pac-12 with 11 led the way as the leagues with double-digit representation.

For individual teams, Stanford and North Carolina registered four each, closely followed by Clemson, Colorado, Notre Dame, and Arkansas, all with three. In total, 73 programs land a player on the rankings.

Related Topics: Atlantic Coast, Big 12, Pacific 12, SEC
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