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HS Girls: TDS Fall All-America

Article Written by Sheldon Shealer
Published: July 21, 2020


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.), Sr.

The South Carolina signee was named the New England Soccer Journal Prep Forward of the Year after a 27-goal, 11-assist senior season. Barry, who has competed for the U.S. on the Under-20 level, is a repeat TopDrawerSoccer first-team All-America selection. She was a standout at the High School All-American Game in December, where she had a goal and helped set up another score. Barry is the No. 17 prospect in the Class of 2020 IMG Academy 150.

Kailyn Dudukovich, Lakota West (West Chester, Ohio), Jr.

The Ohio State commit was named Miss Ohio, Ohio Division I and Cincinnati Enquirer Division I Player of the Year. The recent U.S. Youth National team performer scored 50 goals while leading Lakota West to a 22-0-2 season and a Division I state title. Dudukovich scored both of Lakota West's goals in a 2-1 state final win over Anthony Wayne, with the winner coming with 13 seconds left in the match. Lakota West finished No. 2 in the SIMA FAB 50. She is the No. 8 prospect in the Class of 2021 IMG Academy 150.

Kaitlyn MacBean, Breck School (Golden Valley, Minn.), Sr.

The Penn State signee was named Class A Miss Soccer in a very strong senior class in Minnesota. She was a Star-Tribune All-Metro first-team selection. MacBean netted 33 goals, which included eight hat tricks. She is the No. 14 prospect in the Class of 2020 IMG Academy 150. 

Paige Peltier, Cretin-Derham Hall (St. Paul, Minn.), Sr.

The Notre Dame signee was named the Gatorade Minnesota Player of the Year and Class AA Miss Soccer. Peltier was the Pioneer Press East Metro Player of the Year and a Star-Tribune All-Metro first-team selection. Peltier scored 41 goals and served up 11 assists. She is the No. 87 prospect in the Class of 2020 IMG Academy 150.


Brianna Jablonowski, St. Anthony's (Melville, N.Y.), Sr.

The Virginia signee was the Newsday Player of the Year after leading St. Anthony's to a third straight state title. St. Anthony's finished 16-2-2 and ranked No. 12 in the final SIMA Fall FAB 50. Jablonowski ended the season with 19 goals and 13 assists, which included a three-goal, four-assist performance in the state semifinals. She was one of the standout performers at the High School All-American Game in December. Jablonowski is the No. 161 prospect in the Class of 2020 IMG Academy 150.

Molly Martin, Buckingham Browne and Nichols (Cambridge, Mass.), So.

The Penn State commit was voted the NEPSAC Class A Player of the Year and was selected as the New England Soccer Journal Midfielder of the Year. Martin, who plays as a defender for the U.S. Youth National Team, moved to the midfield for the high school season and led BB&N to a 17-2-1 season and a Class A title. Martin is the No. 80 prospect in the Class of 2022 IMG Academy 150. 

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

The Arkansas signee was selected as the Cincinnati Enquirer Division II Player of the Year. She follows in the footsteps of her sister, Anna, who was a TopDrawerSoccer All-America selection last year. The younger Podogil scored 23 goals and had 15 assists during her senior season. She is the No. 66 prospect in the Class of 2020 IMG Academy 150.

Nedya Sawan, Mountainside (Beaverton, Ore.), Sr.

The Portland signee was a two-time Oregon Class 6A first-team all-state selection. She was one of the standouts at the High School All-America Game in December as a finalist for West MVP. During the high school season, Sawan scored 30 goals and dished out seven assists if a forward/midfielder role. She is the No. 163 prospect in the Class of 2020 IMG Academy 150.


Sara Brocious, Eastern (N.J.), Sr.

The Rutgers signee kicks off a run of three New Jersey players holding down the TopDrawerSoccer All-America first-team defenders list. Brocious was the East MVP at the All-American Game in a match the East won 3-1. She was a NJ.com first-team all-state selection. Brocious was on a team loaded with talent and ranked No. 1 in the SIMA Fall FAB 50 until a 1-0 loss to nationally ranked Hunterdon Central in the state semifinals. Brocious ended the season with two goals and eight assists. She is the No. 24 prospect in the Class of 2020 IMG Academy 150.

Emily Mason, Hunterdon Central (Flemington, N.J.), Jr.

The Rutgers commit was named NJ.com Player of the Year after leading Hunterdon Central to a 21-1-1 season and a Group 4 state title. Hunterdon Central ended the year at No. 5 in the SIMA Fall FAB 50. Mason, a member of the U.S. Under-20 National Team, scored nine goals and had three assists. Perhaps her most significant goal came in a 1-0 win over then FAB 50 No. 1 Eastern in the state semifinals. Mason is the No. 3 prospect in the Class of 2021 IMG Academy 150.

Emily Royson, Toms River North (Toms River, N.J.), Sr.

The Duke signee was an NJ.com All-State first-team selection. Her defensive play helped Toms River North to the Shore Conference and South, Group 4 finals. She netted 24 goals and had 12 assists during her high school career. Royson is the No. 15 prospect in the Class of 2020 IMG Academy 150.


Mary Votava, Portland Jesuit (Portland, Ore.), Sr.

The Notre Dame signee helped Portland Jesuit to three straight state titles and ended her career with a 57-0-1 record. Votava allowed only one goal over the last two seasons as Jesuit completely dominated the Northwest. She is the No. 169 prospect in the Class of 2020 IMG Academy 150. 


Theresa Hirschauer, Cincinnati Country Day School (Cincinnati, Ohio)  

Hirschauer guided Cincinnati Country Day to a 20-0-2 season in 2019 and a second straight Ohio Division III state title. The veteran coach has a career record of 389-133-41 in 29 seasons as head coach at CCDS. 

Player of the Year: Emily Mason, Hunterdon Central (N.J.)



F Chloe DeLyser Marion (N.Y.) Sr. Ohio State
F Madeline Eskin Houston (Tenn.) Sr. Tennessee
F Callan Harrington Portland Jesuit (Ore.) Sr. Oregon
F Faith Slimmer Ocean City (N.J.) Jr. Rutgers
F Hailey Still Thomas Jefferson (Wash.) Sr. Washington
M Julia Raich Camp Hill (Pa.) Jr. Penn State
M Anna Haddock Greenwood (Ky.) Sr. Auburn
M Sydney Ham Briarcrest Christian (Tenn.) Sr. Mississippi
M Kelli McGroarty Eastern (N.J.) Sr. La Salle
D Kelsi Carrico Penn (Ind.) Sr. Purdue
D Sophia Gorski Walsh Jesuit (Ohio) Sr. Vanderbilt
GK Stephanie Sparkowski East Meadow (N.Y.) Sr. Michigan
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