Gatorade Announces Boys Soccer State POY

Gatorade Announces Boys Soccer State POY
by ESNN
May 15, 2013

On Tuesday, Gatorade announced the winners of the state players of the year for boys soccer for the winter season. Below is a list of the winners from all the states plus the District of Columbia. College commitments for 2013 are listed except where noted otherwise.

Alabama: Chandler Stroupe (UAB)

Alaska: Jackson Lehnhart (Amherst)

Arizona: Mason Robertson (Washington)

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Arkansas: Wes Carson (Central Arkansas)

California: Cristian Roldan (Washington)

Colorado: Miguel Jaime (2014 graduate/Florida Gulf Coast)

Connecticut: Isaac Normesinu (Boston College)

Delaware: Hunter Dann (undecided)

Florida: Thales Moreno (Clemson)

Georgia: Salomon Lorenzano (Georgia State)

Hawaii: Leo Klink (UC Irvine)

Idaho: Tommy Mueller (2014 graduate)

Illinois: Brandon Medina (Northwestern)

Indiana: Mike Galullo (Indiana)

Iowa: Mueng Sunday (Drake)

Kansas: Clay Stewart (UMKC)

Kentucky: Chris Hubbard (Notre Dame)

Louisiana: Ethan Judice (West Florida)

Maine: Matt Saunders (Navy)

Maryland: George Campbell (2014 graduate/Maryland)

Massachusetts: Mac Steeves (Providence)

Michigan: Andrew Lewis (Michigan State)

Minnesota: Elliot Cassutt (Amherst)

Mississippi: Eli Troutman (undecided)

Missouri: Tommy Barlow (2014 graduate)

Montana: Nick Downs (UNC Greensboro)

Nebraska: Michael Kluver (Creighton)

Nevada: Daniel Musovski (2014 graduate)

New Hampshire: Erik Martel (New Hampshire)

New Jersey: Brian Costa (Princeton)

New Mexico: Luke Lawerence (Fort Lewis)

New York: Jeff Medina (Stony Brook)

North Carolina: Lawrence Taiwo (2014 graduate/NC State)

North Dakota: Jacob Weiler (Nebraska-Omaha)

Ohio: Sam Bascom (Navy)

Oklahoma: Mauro Cichero (2014 graduate)

Oregon: Eddie Sanchez (Portland)

Pennsylvania: Brett Campbell (Georgetown)

Rhode Island: Daniel Apajee (2014 graduate/Syracuse)

South Carolina: Dakotah Millard (South Carolina)

Texas: Kayode George (Jefferson)

Tennessee: Trey Gill (South Carolina)

Utah: Matthew Coffey (Portland)

Vermont: Shane Haley (Vermont)

Virginia: Suliaman Dainkeh (Maryland)

Washington: Carter Johnson (2014 graduate)

Washington, D.C.: Nicko Corriveau (Virginia)

West Virginia: Felipe Thompson (undecided)

Wisconsin: Andrija Novakovich (2014 graduate/Marquette)

Wyoming: Will Horstman (2014 graduate)

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