More than 750 fall-, winter- and spring-playing high school girls players made the cut for the Fall TeamSnap All-America Watch List, Winter TeamSnap All-America Watch List and Spring TeamSnap All-America Watch List.
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.
The TeamSnap All-America teams are not announced until the end of the school year.
Here are recent performances and updates from players on the TeamSnap All-America Watch Lists:
* F Sidra Bugsch, Davis (Calif.), Sr.: The Cal Poly signee scored the first goal to jumpstart Davis' 2-0 win over Woodcreek in the CIF Sac-Joaquin Section Division I final. The victory capped a 22-0-1 season for the Blue Devils. Bugsch was named the Delta League Player of the Year last week, as well.
* F Miranda Jimenez, Mission Oak (Calif.), Sr.: The Kentucky signee closed out her high school career in a 2-1 loss to Flintridge Prep (Calif.) in the Southern California Regional quarterfinals. Jimenez had an assist in the match to end the season with 40 goals and 24 assists.
* F Tatum Lenain, Torrey Pines (Calif.), Fr.: Torrey Pines emerged as champion from the always-strong San Diego Open tournament, and it was a freshman from the SoCal Blues pacing the offense. Lenain scored in the team's semifinal victory over previously undefeated San Marcos, then netted the only goal in the final -- a 1-0 victory over Steele Canyon.
* MF Audrey Ward, Keller (Texas), Sr.: Ward delivered two goals and four assists in two outings last week, keeping Keller among the hottest teams in Texas. Ward, who goes by AK Ward, has signed with Mississippi State.
* GK Margaret Weber, Coppell (Texas), Sr.: Weber was able to live a goalkeeper's dream last week, scoring a goal for the SIMA FAB 50 No. 2 team while playing in goal. Coppell was awarded to PK in a 7-0 win over Berkner, so Weber ended up taking -- and conveting -- the shot. What might be even more interesing is that through 17 matches, with Weber in goal, Coppell has allowed only one score. Therefore, Weber's goal evens the scoresheet for her, one goal for, one against.