NSCAA/MaxPreps High School Players of the Week Announced for May 10-16

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

State

Player Name

Position

School

Alabama

Seth Torman

Goalkeeper

Pelham High School (Pelham, AL)

Alaska

Zach Kosa

N/A

Lathrop High School (Fairbanks, AK)

Arkansas

Joe Pacheco

Striker

Jonesboro High School (Jonesboro, AR)

Georgia

John Mitchell Brock

Goalkeeper

Frederica Academy (St. Simons Island, GA)

Iowa

Cole Ours

Forward

Iowa Mennonite High School (Kalona, IA)

Nebraska

Jacob Hardy

Goalkeeper

Kearney High School (Kearney, NE)

Oklahoma

Zayne Wykoff

N/A

Broken Arrow High School (Broken Arrow, OK)

South Carolina

Wyatt Millard

Midfielder

Cardinal Newman High School (Columbia, SC)

Tennessee

Chase Freeman

Forward

Station Camp High School (Gallatin, TN)

Utah

Eric Morris

Forward

Weber High School (Pleasant View, UT)

Virginia

Miguel Hernandez

Midfielder

James Monroe High School (Fredericksburg, VA)

Washington

John Zylak

Goalkeeper

Lewis & Clark High School (Spokane, WA)

 

Girls' Winners for May 10-16

State

Player Name

Position

School

Alabama

Grace Adam

Forward

St. John Paul II High School (Huntsville, AL)

Alaska

Jordan Foraker

Forward

South High School (Anchorage, AK)

Arkansas

Jayme Selph

Goalkeeper 

Benton High School (Benton, AR)

Colorado

Madeline Mulvaney

Goalkeeper

Rocky Mountain Lutheran High School (Denver, CO)

Delaware

Alexis Semmel

Forward

William Penn High School (New Castle, DE)

Georgia

Destini De La Cruz

Forward

Trinity Christian High School (Sharpsburg, GA)

Illinois

Vannesa Lopez

Midfielder

Bloom High School (Chicago Heights, IL)

Iowa

Emily Fontana

Forward

Ankeny Centennial High School (Ankeny, IA)

Kansas

Reyna Gonzalez

Goalkeeper

Liberal High School (Liberal, KS)

Maryland

Lily Loomis

Forward

Harford Chrisitan High School (Darlington, MD)

Michigan

Kelsie Krauss

Forward

Grosse Ile High School (Grosse Ile, MI)

Missouri

Riley Beerman

Goalkeeper

St. Charles High School (St. Charles, MO)

Nebraska

Allie Mielak

Goalkeeper

Scotus High School (Columbus, NE)

North Carolina

Annie Habeeb

N/A

Gray Stone Day High School (Misenheimer, NC)

South Carolina

Riane Coman

Midfielder

Academic Magnet High School (North Charleston, SC)

Virginia

Stori Carptenter

Striker

Hampton Christian High School (Hampton, VA)

Wisconsin

Caitey Rosonke

Goalkeeper

Evansville High School (Evansville, WI)

Wyoming

River Dauwen

Goalkeeper

Pinedale High School (Pinedale, WY)