The TopDrawerSoccer Winter 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. Players from all seven winter-playing soccer states are eligible for consideration.
TOPDRAWERSOCCER FIRST TEAM WINTER ALL-AMERICA
The Virginia signee finished her high school career on the sidelines, victim of a state final injury, but her teammates delivered a third straight state title for the Michigan standout. Eichenlaub scored 23 goals as a senior as Marian went 18-1. Over the past three seasons, Marian has gone 65-1-1, and the only loss was a match that was played indoors due to poor weather. She ended her high school career with 101 career goals.
The South Carolina signee was part of a stellar senior class in the Palmetto State this season. Meredith scored 40 goals while leading Wando to a 23-1-1 season and a Class 5A state runner-up finish. Wando's undefeated season ended with a state final loss to J.L. Mann, which was led by fellow TopDrawerSoccer All-America first-team pick Caroline Conti.
The Notre Dame commit capped her junior season with two goals in a state final victory over Pinecrest Academy. Mitchell, one of the nation's top 2020 prospects, ended the season with 22 goals and 13 assists. She has won two titles in three seasons.
The Notre Dame signee with U.S. Under-17 National Team experience made her high school soccer debut in 2019 and was in the running for state player of the year. Van Zanten helped turned Stevenson into a nationally ranked program, and she finished the season with 26 goals and 14 assists. She was the Lake County News-Sun Player of the Year after leading Stevenson to a 22-2-2 season.
The Clemson signee is the TopDrawerSoccer Spring Player of the Year. Conti led J.L. Mann to a 27-1 season, a class 5A state title and a Spring FAB 50 No. 3 finish. It is the highest-ever final ranking for a South Carolina program. Conti scored 32 goals and added 44 assists. It was the bounce-back season Conti was expecting after missing much of 2018 due to injury.
The Michigan signee was named the Missouri Class 4 Co-Offensive Player of the Year. Farkas had 18 goals and eight assists as a senior, taking her career totals to 82 goals and 29 assists. She missed five high school matches while competing with the Hungarian Under-19 National Team at an event in Spain.
The Georgetown signee was named The Washington Post All-Metro Player of the Year and is a multiyear first-team selection. Leas scored 26 goals and added four assists to cap a storied career that included a state runner-up finish.
The Virginia signee scored both goals in the state final to lift Yorktown to a 2-0 victory over Northern Virginia rival T.C. Williams in a clash of undefeated teams. The win gave Yorktown a 24-0-1 record, the program's second state title in three years and a No. 2 Spring FAB 50 finish. With McCormack playing a key role, Yorktown has gone 58-5-4 over the past three seasons.
The Villanova commit was named the Chicagoland Soccer Player of the Year after leading led New Trier to a third-place finish at the Illinois Class 3A state tournament. The junior standout finished with 33 goals and 13 assists and scored all three of the team's goals in the state tournament.
The Arkansas signee was the Tulsa World Player of the Year. A three-time Tulsa World first-team selection, Gordon was a defender with the ability to take over the attack. Gordon finished the season with 14 goals and 14 assists. She is a repeat TopDrawerSoccer All-America selection. She was part of the Class of 2020, but accelerated her studies to graduate a year early.
The Virginia signee was named the Atlanta Journal-Constitution Player of the Year after helping a loaded Westminster team win a fifth straight state title. Staude missed her junior season for club soccer, but returned to high school play as a senior. She scored eight goals and anchored a defense that posted 13 shutouts.
The Duke signee with U.S. Youth National Team experience stayed with the high school team despite a youthful lineup in 2019. She carried the squad to a state runner-up finish. She was part of 13 shutouts and carried a 0.70 goals against average as Charlotte Latin won 17 matches. Jones is the No. 32-ranked prospect in the Class of 2019 IMG Academy 150.
COACH OF THE YEAR
Brigid Meadow, Vestavia Hills (Birmingham, Ala.)
On the way to Vestavia Hill's perfect 23-0 season, Meadow captured career win No. 300 in only her 15th season at the helm. The milestone victory came during the state playoffs, and the team tacked on the last three victories to up her career win total to 303 entering 2020. Vestavia Hills, meanwhile, finished No. 4 in the Spring FAB 50, which is the highest ranking by an Alabama program since the Briarwood Christian dynasty of the late 1990s-early 2000s.
PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Caroline Conti
TOPDRAWERSOCCER SECOND TEAM SPRING ALL-AMERICA
|F||Riane Coman||Academic Magnet (S.C.)||Sr.||South Carolina|
|F||Nieva Gaither||Parkview (Ga.)||Jr.||Furman|
|F||Eveleen Hahn||Charlotte Catholic (N.C.)||Sr.||South Carolina|
|F||Paige Webber||Grand Blanc (Mich.)||Sr.||Michigan State|
|MF/F||Coriana Dyke||Valor Christian (Colo.)||Sr.||Penn State|
|MF||Marianna Annest||Colorado Academy (Colo.)||Sr.||Northwestern|
|MF||Lily Babalola||Brookwood (Ga.)||Sr.||USC|
|MF||Marissa Hart||Providence Day School (N.C.)||Sr.||Princeton|
|MF||Natalie Wilson||Oakton (Va.)||Jr.||Penn State|
|D/MF||Brooke Berdan||Fairview (Colo.)||Sr.||Auburn|
|D||Macy Monticello||Yorktown (Va.)||Sr.||Wisconsin|
|GK||Jennifer Staten||Stevenson (Ill.)||Sr.||Florida Southern|