First Team

Pos.   Player   School   Yr.   

For.   Madison Tiernan   Eastern   Sr.   

Tiernan, bound for Rutgers, finished her stellar career by leading her team in scoring for the fourth straight season. She was again one of the state's best all-around players. She netted 26 goals and added 19 assists, giving her 79 career goals and 45 career assists.

For.   Alexis McTamney   Bordentown   Sr.   

McTamney, this year's Inquirer Player of the Year in South Jersey, led her team to a Group 2 state-final appearance by netting all 12 of the Scotties' postseason goals. She finished the year as the state's leading scorer, with 58 goals, and added eight assists.

For.   Rachelle Ross   Lenape   Jr.   

It wasn't so much how many goals Ross scored, but when she scored them. The junior, who finished with 11 goals and five assists, was a leader on a young Lenape offense. She netted the winner in a highly contested Coaches Tournament semifinal against Shawnee before scoring the only goal in her team's biggest win of the season, a 1-0 victory over Eastern in the sectional Group 4 final.

Mid.   Erin Smith   Shawnee   Sr.   

Despite defense being her specialty, Smith led the Renegades in goals (eight) and assists (11). The Rutgers-bound, two-way midfielder finished her career with 31 goals and 37 assists.

Mid.   Julie Spracklin   Rancocas Valley   Sr.   

Spracklin, a Monmouth recruit, led a renaissance in Rancocas Valley, willing her team to the most wins in school history and the program's first league title. She also had one of the strongest shots in South Jersey and finished the season with 15 goals and 13 assists.

Mid.   Tori Prager   Lenape   Sr.   

Prager was one of the senior leaders of a Lenape team that exceeded expectations this season en route to a sixth consecutive South Jersey Group 4 title. She will head to Rutgers after recording six goals and 14 assists as a senior, giving her 26 goals and 48 assists in her high school career.

Mid.   Olivia Blaber   Haddonfield   Sr.   

A converted sweeper, Blaber collected 12 goals and eight assists from the midfield for the Bulldogs this season. She was as versatile as any player in South Jersey and had a booming throw-in that was the area's best. She will head next year to Penn, where she will compete in track and field and soccer.

Def.   Miranda Konstantinides   Eastern   Jr.   

Konstantinides was the top defender on a defense that allowed just seven goals in 26 games, never allowing more than one in a game. She was one of the state's top defenders as a junior.

Def.   Rachel Johnson   Lenape   Sr.   

Rachel Johnson was the catalyst of the Indians' 17 shutouts. She was strong, fast, and aggressive, and was clearly the best man-marker in South Jersey, if not the state. Johnson also added five goals and three assists during her memorable senior season. She is bound for Old Dominion.

Def.   Nicole Varela   Moorestown   Sr.   

Varela, a Georgetown recruit, led an inspired effort as Moorestown rose from a No. 4 seed to defend its South Jersey Group 3 title and make it back to the state final.

Goal.   Glade Nugent   Shawnee   Sr.   

Nugent's 13 shutouts were a Shawnee single-season record - an especially meaningful accomplishment in an Olympic Conference American Division laced with some of the state's top scorers. Nugent allowed just 11 goals in 21 games.

Second Team

Pos.   Player   School   Yr.   

For.   Shannon Nugent   Shawnee   Sr.

For.   Maxie New   Clayton   Sr.

For.   Clare MacAdam   Holy Cross   Sr.

Mid.   Nicolette Wilkins   Bishop Eustace   Sr.

Mid.   Paige Bergman   Triton   So.

Mid.   Devon Cummings   Cherokee   Sr.

Mid.   Jacki Carty   Paul VI   Jr.

Mid.   Nikki Adams   Schalick   Sr.

Def.   Aubrey Andrews   Haddon Heights   Sr.

Def.   Kristin Sullivan   Cherokee   Sr.

Goal.   Courtney Simpson   Cherokee   Sr.

- Chris Melchiorre