KANSAS CITY, Mo. (May 17, 2017)
- The National Soccer Coaches Association of America and MaxPreps announced today the 12 boys and 18 girls who have been named the Spring NSCAA/MaxPreps High School State Players of the Week for their on-field efforts from May 10-16.
The NSCAA uses results and statistics provided by MaxPreps.com to select one boy and one girl honoree from each participating state competing during the spring high school season.
Coaches wanting to nominate their players must submit statistics to MaxPreps.com in order for their athletes to be considered; nomination instructions can be found below. Winners receive a MaxPreps/NSCAA branded letterman's patch and recognition on both MaxPreps.com and NSCAA.com.
Nominations are due every Sunday by at 11:59 p.m. ET each week to be considered.
Boys' Winners for May 10-16
Pelham High School (Pelham, AL)
Lathrop High School (Fairbanks, AK)
Jonesboro High School (Jonesboro, AR)
John Mitchell Brock
Frederica Academy (St. Simons Island, GA)
Iowa Mennonite High School (Kalona, IA)
Kearney High School (Kearney, NE)
Broken Arrow High School (Broken Arrow, OK)
|Cardinal Newman High School (Columbia, SC)|
|Station Camp High School (Gallatin, TN)|
|Weber High School (Pleasant View, UT)|
|James Monroe High School (Fredericksburg, VA)|
|Lewis & Clark High School (Spokane, WA)|
Girls' Winners for May 10-16
St. John Paul II High School (Huntsville, AL)
South High School (Anchorage, AK)
Benton High School (Benton, AR)
|Madeline Mulvaney||Goalkeeper||Rocky Mountain Lutheran High School (Denver, CO)|
|Alexis Semmel||Forward||William Penn High School (New Castle, DE)|
|Destini De La Cruz||Forward||Trinity Christian High School (Sharpsburg, GA)|
|Vannesa Lopez||Midfielder||Bloom High School (Chicago Heights, IL)|
|Emily Fontana||Forward||Ankeny Centennial High School (Ankeny, IA)|
|Reyna Gonzalez||Goalkeeper||Liberal High School (Liberal, KS)|
|Lily Loomis||Forward||Harford Christian High School (Darlington, MD)|
|Kelsie Krauss||Forward||Grosse Ile High School (Grosse Ile, MI)|
|Riley Beerman||Goalkeeper||St. Charles High School (St. Charles, MO)|
|Allie Mielak||Goalkeeper||Scotus High School (Columbus, NE)|
|Annie Habeeb||N/A||Gray Stone Day High School (Misenheimer, NC)|
Academic Magnet High School (North Charleston, SC)
|Hampton Christian High School (Hampton, VA)|
|Evansville High School (Evansville, WI)|
|Pinedale High School (Pinedale, WY)|
About the NSCAA
The National Soccer Coaches Association of America was founded in 1941 and is based in Kansas City, Mo. The NSCAA, the world's largest soccer coaches organization, is the trusted and unifying voice, advocate and partner for coaches at all levels of the game. The Association provides programs and services that enhance, encourage and contribute to the development and recognition of soccer coaches, their players and the game we love. To learn more, visit NSCAA.com.