HS Girls: TDS Fall All-America

HS Girls: TDS Fall All-America
July 24, 2019


The TopDrawerSoccer Fall All-America teams are selected from the 88 regional honorees and are compiled by TopDrawerSoccer with consultation with coaches and media members from around the country.


Catherine Barry, Tabor Academy (Marion, Mass.), Jr.

The South Carolina commit scored 33 goals and added 11 assists for NEPSAC Prep B champion Tabor Academy. She scored twice in Tabor Academy's championship match victory. Barry is the No. 12-ranked prospect in the Class of 2020 IMG Academy 150.

Maddie Kemp, Camas (Wash.), Sr.

The Gonzaga signee scored a staggering 53 goals during her senior season, leading Camas to a state runner-up finish. She was one of the standout performers at the High School All-American Game in December. Kemp finished her career with 141 goals, shattering the former school record of 81 goals. 

Maria Nelson, Medina (Ohio), Sr. 

The Tennessee signee was named the Ohio Division I Player of the Year after returning to high school soccer for her senior season. Nelson was The Gazette, the Greater Akron District and Greater Cleveland Conference Player of the Year. She finished the season with 22 goals and a school-record 18 assists as Medina posted a 17-1-2 record.

Anna Podojil, Indian Hill (Cincinnati, Ohio), Sr.

The Arkansas signee is making a second straight TopDrawerSoccer first-team All-America appearance. She repeated as Ohio Division II Player of the Year after helping Indian Hill to a second straight state title. The senior standout had 28 goals and nine assists as a senior, giving her a career total of 116 goals and 51 assists. Her goal total is tops in school history, and the assist total ranks second. Podojil is the No. 37-ranked prospect in the Class of 2019 IMG Academy 150. 


Katelyn Duong, Portland Jesuit (Portland, Ore.), Sr. 

The Minnesota signee was the West Co-MVP of the High School All-America after a dominating performance that included scoring a goal. Duong was returning to high school play as a senior and delivered 21 goals and 26 assists as Portland Jesuit went 19-0 and finished as the TopDrawerSoccer FAB 50 No. 1 team in the fall.

Camryn Lexow, Abington (Pa.), Sr. 

The Virginia signee scored 25 goals and had 11 assists to lead Abington to a District 1-AAAA semifinal appearance. Lexow was one of the standout performers at the High School All-American Game, where she spent time at outside back, center mid and forward. 

Juliana Lynch, Sparrows Point (Baltimore, Md.), Sr.

The West Virginia signee repeated as the Baltimore Sun Player of the Year after leading Sparrows Point to a sixth straight state title and a perfect season at 16-0. Lynch had 17 goals and 12 assists, and she never ended a high school season with a loss. She finished her career with 68 goals and 51 assists and scored the game-winner in three of her four state final victories. Lynch is the No. 75-ranked prospect in the Class of 2019 IMG Academy 150. 

Cara Young, Houston (Germantown, Tenn.), Sr.

The Arkansas signee was the Commercial Appeal Player of the Year after leading Houston to a state title. Young, known for lengthy throw-ins, recorded 16 goals and had 14 assists as a forward/midfielder after playing previous seasons as a defender. Young scored the game-winner in a 1-0 state title victory over Collierville. She also scored the first goal in the High School All-American Game. 


Julia Dorsey, McDonogh School (Owings Mills, Md.), Sr.

The North Carolina signee and two-sport star moved from forward to outside back for her senior season and it helped a loaded McDonogh School post an undefeated season. Dorsey had eight goals and six assists. McDonogh was ranked No. 4 in the TopDrawerSoccer FAB 50 final fall rankings. Dorsey will play both soccer and lacrosse at North Carolina. She is the No. 147-ranked prospect in the Class of 2019 IMG Academy 150.

Elizabeth Franklin, Seattle Prep (Seattle, Wash.), Sr.

The Notre Dame signee was the Seattle Times Player of the Year and was a standout performer at the High School All-American Game. During her high school career, Franklin spent time at defender, midfielder and forward. This season she ended with 12 goals and five assists, and finished her career with 59 goals and 26 assists.

Kaitlyn Kowalchuck, Coronado (Henderson, Nev.), Sr.

The Washington State signee was the Desert League Player of the Year and a Nevada Preps All-State first-team selection. She had nine goals and five assists while playing sweeper. She also was tabbed one of the best performers at the High School All-American Game. Kowalchuck is the No. 50-ranked prospect in the Class of 2019 IMG Academy 150.


Allie Augur, North Branford (Conn.), Sr.

The Boston College signee was a four-time all-league performer, three-time all-state, all-region and all-New England. She finished her high school career with 30 shutouts.  


Tara Madigan, Northern Highlands (Allendale, N.J.)

Madigan is walking away as a champion -- and the national coach of the year. Madigan resigned after leading Northern Highlands to a 22-1 season in 2018 that including the program's seventh state title under her leadership. She sported a 16-year record of 324-30-16, which included 14 league titles, 11 county titles and the last eight section titles in a row -- a state record. Madigan's teams won state titles six of the past eight seasons.

Player of the Year: Anna Podogil



F Chloe DeLyser Marion (N.Y.) Jr. Ohio State
F Gianna Gourley Bishop Gorman (Nev.) Sr. Iowa
F Brittany Raphino Thayer Academy (Mass.) Sr. Brown
MF Carlee Giammona  Palo Verde (Nev.) Sr. Alabama
MF  Lilly McCarthy  McDonogh School (Md.) Jr. Tennessee
MF Kelli McGroarty Eastern (N.J.) Jr. La Salle
MF Allyson Sentnor Thayer Academy (Mass.) Fr. North Carolina
MF Harper White Franklin (Tenn.) Sr. Clemson
MF/D Emily Royson Toms River North (N.J.) Jr. Duke
D Nicole Chico Ramapo (N.J.) Jr. Duke
D Emily Speidel Carmel (Ind.) Sr. Western Kentucky
GK Stephanie Sparkowski East Meadow (N.Y.) Jr. Michigan
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