The Press Player of the Year
Hammonton, midfielder, Sr.,
Scored a team-high 10 goals, including four game-winners, to lead the Blue Devils to a Cape-Atlantic League American Conference title. Finished with 25 career goals. Will play for Temple University next fall.
Her 18 goals set a school single-season scoring record. Led the Falcons to the South Jersey Group III quarterfinals.
Had six goals for a team that averaged 2.5 goals per game.
Lower Cape May Regional, So.
Scored 26 goals and has 50 through two seasons. Six of her scores were game-winners.
St. Joseph, Jr.
Scored 32 goals and had multiple goals in nine games. Has 81 career goals through three seasons.
Middle Township, Jr.
Scored 30 goals, including six game-winners. Has 77 career goals with a year left to play.
Our Lady of Mercy Academy, Jr.
Scored 21 goals and ran an offense that outscored opponents 86-16.
Scored 20 goals for the Braves, who won their fourth straight Division I title in the Cape-Atlantic League American Conference. Headed to Rutgers University next fall.
A sound all-around player. Scored seven goals and had three assists for Hammonton, which reached the South Jersey Group III semifinals.
Holy Spirit, Jr.
Scored 11 goals for the Spartans, who qualified for the South Jersey Non-Public A playoffs.
Middle Township, Sr.
Anchored the midfield and scored 13 goals for the Panthers, who reached the South Jersey Group II quarterfinals.
Lower Cape May Regional, Jr.
Led the area in scoring with 34 goals, including seven game-winners. She is Lower Cape May’s all-time leading scorer with 63 career goals.
St. Joseph, Jr.
Scored 21 goals as the Wildcats outscored teams 82-39.
Our Lady of Mercy Academy, Sr.
The heart of a defense that allowed less than one goal per game (.800) and shut out 10 opponents.
Stopper for a defense that allowed just .863 goals per game and won the Cape-Atlantic League American Conference.
A fullback who also led the Thunderbolts in scoring with seven goals.
Lower Cape May Regional, Sr.
A physical sweeper who aided Lower’s defense to nine shutouts as the Caper Tigers won the first National Conference Division I title in program history.
One of the league’s best defenders. Helped Mainland limit its opponents to 21 goals in 17 games.
Recorded 10 shutouts, including one in a South Jersey Coaches Tournament game. Allowed 19 goals in 22 games.
Middle Township, Jr.
Posted 10 shutouts and had a 1.1 goals-against average.
Sarah Buchanan, Our Lady of Mercy
Abby Carey, Mainland Regional
Laura Nelson, Barnegat
Laina Matus, Egg Harbor Township
Jasmine Miro-Myers, Buena Regional
Tara Pulhaski, Holy Spirit
Emily Daigle, Millville
Lexi DellaPietro, Lacey Township
Danielle Peck, Holy Spirit
Shea Scannell, Mainland Regional
Juliann Brand, Egg Harbor Township
Devon Goetze, Oakcrest
Amber Jenkins, Egg Harbor Township
Rebecca Maguire, Absegami
Dorothy Stump, Middle Township
Kelly Gibison, St. Joseph
Amanda Banner, Cedar Creek
Jovan Childers, Bridgeton
Stephanie Kostka, Barnegat
Lizzy Sulecki, Lower Cape May Regional
Absegami — Hayley Grimm
Bridgeton — Symone Sweazie
Buena Regional — Sydney Zorzi, Brianna Harper
Cape May Tech — Jade Miller
Egg Harbor Township — Hannah Richman, Ashley Collins, Courtney Davis
Hammonton — Lauren Berger, McKenzie Chiola, Andrea Olsen
Holy Spirit — Summer Crilley, Logan Kesel
Lower Cape May — Victoria Mann
Mainland Regional — Anna Gordon
Middle Township —Jen McCann, Laura Miller, Abby Stahler
Oakcrest — Alex Imperatore, Jenna Sayers, Rachel Steelman
Ocean City — Karissa Bourbeau, Ashley Edgell
Our Lady of Mercy — Devon Donaghy, Tziarra King, Vashti Williams
St. Joseph — Tykeemah White
Vineland — Abby Dooley, Shelby Money
Wildwood — Jess Freeman