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Niedermeier Leads 2011 NSCAA Boys High School Scholar All-America Team

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Cody Niedermeier, a goalkeeper from Broadneck High School in Annapolis, Md., has been named the 2011 NSCAA Boys High School Scholar Athlete of the Year, leading a group of 33 young men selected as the 2011 NSCAA Boys High School Scholar All-America Team.

After a year on the varsity team at Mt. Saint Joseph High School, Neidermeier embarked on a three-year varsity stint at Broadneck, where he made a total of 201 saves and had a .901 save percentage while posting 17 shutouts and serving up two assists. A three-time all-state selection, he was named to the All-Met team (for the Washington, D.C., and Baltimore area) in 2011. His Olney Rangers club team won the U-15 championship at the Disney Showcase. A member of the DC United Academy team from 2009-11, he helped the team to the 2010 MLS SUM Cup championship on a penalty kick shootout. He has been in the U-14 and U-15 U.S. National Player Pool.

He carries a 4.2 weighted grade point average and is ranked 44th in a class of 541 and has earned academic honors in every marking period since middle school. He graduated a semester early to attend the University of Maryland.

Niedermeier and the rest of the Scholar All-Americas will be recognized at the annual All-America Luncheon, to be held in the Kansas City Convention Center's Grand Ballroom on Saturday, Jan. 14, in conjunction with the 2012 NSCAA Convention in Kansas City, Mo.

2011 NSCAA Boys High School Scholar All-America Team

Goalkeepers    
Player High School Hometown
Peregrine Barclay Frissell Polson High School Polson, Mont.
Trevor Lang Bath-Haverling High School Bath, N.Y.
Kieran McQuilkin King & Low-Heywood Thomas School Stamford, Conn.
Cody Niedermeier Broadneck High School Annapolis, Md.
     
Defenders    
Tyler Coene Tyngsboro High School Tyngsboro, Mass.
Andrez Leyva Belen High School Belen, N.M.
William "B.J." Schiela The Wheatley School Old Westbury, N.Y.
Stephen Silva Suffield High School West Suffield, Conn.
     
Midfielders    
Logan M. Andryk Marquette University High School Milwaukee, Wis.
Joseph Avery Mohonasen High School Schenectady, N.Y.
Danny Belza St. Xavier High School Louisville, Ky.
Colin Bonner Reservoir High School Fulton, Md.
Mitch Brown Shelbyville High School Shelbyville, Ind.
Stephen Cone Emsley A. Laney High School Wilmington, N.C.
Matthew DiCesare St. Francis DeSales High School Columbus, Ohio
Kyle Hamlin Bethel High School Tipp City, Ohio
Joshua T. Kufera Hereford High School Parkton, Md.
Samuel McBride Wesleyan Christian Academy High Point, N.C.
Luke Melody Edwin O. Smith High School Mansfield Center, Conn.
Jake Picard Suffield High School West Suffield, Conn.
Cole Seiler Christ Church Episcopal School Greenville, S.C.
Michael M. Shipp Lake Forest High School Lake Forest, Ill.
Matt Tysinger Emsley A. Laney High School Wilmington, N.C.
     
Forwards    
Tyler Forbes Fayetteville-Manlius High School Manlius, N.Y.
Scott Herlihy Holy Cross High School Waterbury, Conn.
Patrick J. Hodan Marquette University High School Milwaukee, Wis.
Sam Koenig Wahlert Catholic High School Dubuque, Iowa
Mitchell Metzger St. Xavier High School Louisville, Ky.
Michael O'Brien Concord-Carlisle High School Concord, Mass.
Nico Pascal Wayland HS Wayland, Mass.
Connor Roach Carrboro High School Carrboro, N.C.
Nick Alan Williams Sanderson High School Raleigh, N.C.
Jake Winkler Danville High School Danville, Ky.

 

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