Goins, a U,S, Under-18 National Team member, missed part of the high school season with national team commitments, but returned to lead Tulsa Union to a 19-0 season and a second straight SIMA FAB 50 final No. 1 ranking. The Arkansas
commit had two goals and one assist in a state final victory over Owasso.
Maday capped a stellar career with a goal and an assist in the team's 4-0 state title victory over Collinsville, marking New Trier's third straight state title. The Illinois
signee ended the season with 17 goals and 19 assists. She was a three-time Illinois High School Soccer Coaches Association all-state selection.
Sapone was named The Washington Post Spring Player of the Year after guiding Oakton to a 16-2 season in the highly competitive Northern Virginia Group 6A region. Sapone scored 19 goals and handed out three assists. She signed with the University of Florida
Serepca was named the Charlotte Observer Player of the Year after scoring a school-record 33 goals and dishing out 14 assists. The Virginia
commit is a member of the U.S. Under-16 National Team player pool.
Carlson scored 21 goals and added 13 assists to earn all-region first-team honors for the fourth straight year. The Duke
signee finished her career with a school record 108 goals. Parkview went 68-16 during her career.
Griffiths was a Raleigh News-Observer first-team selection and the North Carolina High School Soccer Coaches Association state player of the year. A defensive midfielder, Griffiths, who has committed to Florida State
, had nine goals and nine assists.
Jones topped the 25-goal mark and was named Port Huron Times-Herald Area Player of the Year four straight seasons. The Michigan State
signee has been a fixture on the US Youth Soccer ODP Region II team and was one of the nation's top Class of 2016 prospects. She finished her high school career with 120 goals.
Stevens recorded 25 goals and 11 assists, leading Grayson to a 13-4 season. The Gatorade National Player of the Year played for the U.S. Under-20 National Team during its World Cup qualifying tournament. The Duke
signee, despite her national team commitments, played four years of high school soccer, tallying 74 goals and 89 assists.
Dayne was a second-team All-America selection last year and moves to first team this year. The daughter of former NFL standout running back Ron Dayne, Jada was a three-time Wisconsin all-state honoree as a defender. At times, she moved into an attacking role for Waunakee. Dayne signed with Michigan
Madison Meador, Marquette (St. Louis, Mo.), Sr.
Meador, one of the top prospects in the region, helped Marquette to 10 shutouts and a goals against average below 1.00. The Mississippi
signee was a St. Louis Dispatch first-team selection. She scored five goals.
Miramontez was selected the Kansas City Star All-Metro Player of the Year above a talent-heavy group of players. The Nebraska
signee was a shut down defender who helped Shawnee Mission West to 14 shutouts in a 20-0-1, state title-winning season. Even playing a defensive role, Miramontez scored six goals and had three assists. She will be reunited with her sister, Sydney, on Nebraska's roster this fall.
Owasso started and ended the season with losses to SIMA FAB 50 No. 1 Tulsa Union. In between, the team rolled off 17 straight victories, led by Warner's performance in goal. The Oklahoma State
commit, a second-team All-America selection last year, had 15 shutouts during the 17-match win streak and allowed only two goals.
Coach of the Year
Sarah Stone, Davis (Davis, Calif.)
In 1999, Ashley Yudin guided Davis(m) (Davis, Calif.) to a section title, an undefeated season and a FAB 50 No. 1 ranking among fall high schools. Now, 17 years later, his daughter, Sarah (Yudin) Stone, coached Davis' girls to a section title, an undefeated season and a SIMA FAB 50 Top 5 finish. For her efforts, Stone has been named the spring national coach of the year in what will be Davis' final year as a spring-playing program. Next year, Davis moves to the winter season, along with several sections in California that previously were winter holdouts. In five years at Davis, Stone has compiled a 93-14-9 record. Interestingly, she coaches a club team with her father.