Players, through coaches recommendations and TopDrawerSoccer staff observations, will be added each week to the list as performances warrant. The only players that will be removed from the list will be athletes who are no longer playing high school soccer or sustain a season-ending injury that will take them out of all-state consideration.
Here are recent performances and updates from players on the TeamSnap All-America Watch Lists:
* Isabella D'Aquila, JSerra (Calif.), So., F: D’Aquila, a member of the SoCal Blues, scored both goals in JSerra’s 2-0 victory over Santa Margarita in the second meeting between these Top 25-ranked programs. The result allowed JSerra to avenge its only defeat this season.
* Regan Kommer, Louisville Collegiate (Ky.), Sr., F: Kommor emerged as one of the state’s most lethal finishers, scoring 45 goals her senior season. The UAB commit received first-team all-state honors and is a finalist for Louisville Courier-Journal Player of the Year honors.
* Madison Mercado, Cathedral Catholic (Calif.), So., F: Mercado, who plays for the San Diego Surf ECNL squad, scored three goals and added two assists last week in three matches for Cathedral Catholic, which is quickly rising in the SIMA FAB 50 Top 25.
* Hannah Morgan, Conestoga (Pa.), Jr., D: Morgan was named the Central League MVP, a rare honor for a defender. The Providence commit anchored a defense that posted 10 shutouts. She was named to the All-Main Line first team, along with being a Pennsylvania Soccer Coaches Association all-state selection.
* Taylor Tufts, Southlake Carroll (Texas), So., F: Tufts is part of a youth movement at Carroll that is making a major impact. Seven sophomores in the starting lineup have produced a perfect and a Winter SIMA FAB 50 No. 1 ranking, with Tufts leading the way. Last week the Oklahoma commit scored five goals — two game-winners — and added two assists as the Dragons defeated Hendrickson, Boerne Champion and The Woodlands. Two of the three were nationally ranked.
NOTE: The fall All-America watch list includes only players from high school teams that compete during the fall season. The Winter All-America watch list was released in November and includes players from the seven winter-playing states, and the Spring All-America watch list will follow in February.