Pos. Player School Yr.
For. Anthony Colofranson Gateway Sr.
Colofranson was a pure goal scorer and the area's most tenacious and best finisher. He netted 51 goals to go with eight assists, and was named a regional all-American by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America. He finished his career with 123 goals.
For. Alex Johnston Haddonfield Sr.
Johnston was the senior leader on a mostly young and up-and-coming Haddonfield team. He had 15 goals, including eight game-winners, and eight assists. He finished his career with 40 goals and 14 assists, despite occasionally lending his skills on the defensive end of the field.
For. Alex Kourahanis Timber Creek Jr.
Kourahanis recorded 15 goals and 11 assists, ensuring that there was not a dropoff in Timber Creek after the graduation of its most successful senior class ever.
Mid. Garrett McVeigh Cherry Hill East Sr.
McVeigh was one the Cougars' anchors during their improbable run to the Coaches Tournament title as a 14th seed. He finished the season with 12 goals and eight assists.
Mid. Eric Jordan Washington Twp. Sr.
Jordan, an extremely athletic midfielder, might have been the area's best all-around field player this season. He also netted three of his team's four postseason goals, leading the Minutemen to the South Jersey Group 4 title. He finished the season with 15 goals and four assists.
Mid. Sean Milligan Absegami Sr.
Milligan paired 21 goals with 10 assists. He netted six game-winners, including three in Absegami's run to the South Jersey Group 4 title game.
Def. Kevin Miller Haddon Heights Sr.
Miller was an aggressive, physical defender and one of the best one-on-one defenders in New Jersey. He was instrumental in the Garnets' run to the South Jersey Group 1 championship.
Def. Jon Tarzy Cherokee Sr.
Tarzy has long stood out as one of the top defenders in the state. After being the top defender on the 2011 Group 4 state-championship team, Tarzy was once again the leader of a stellar Cherokee defense.
Def. Gerald Lamina Moorestown Sr.
Lamina was an instrumental piece of a defense that posted three shutouts in four sectional tournament games en route to a South Jersey Group 3 title.
Def. Robert Hepworth Delran Sr.
Hepworth was one of the toughest and most well-respected defenders in the state. He was instrumental in Delran's 16 wins.
Goal. Jon Weaver Haddon Heights Sr.
Weaver, this season's Inquirer Player of the Year in South Jersey boys' soccer, led his team to the S.J. Group 1 title and broke Haddon Heights school records for single-season (15) and career (41) shutouts.
Pos. Player School Yr.
For. Andrew Adler Cherry Hill East Sr.
For. Michael Kasak Moorestown Sr.
For. Gavin Bright Clearview So.
Mid. Mike McCutcheon Haddon Township Sr.
Mid. Kevin Slusarz Cherokee Sr.
Mid. Doug Denny Delran Jr.
Mid. Gian Duclos Timber Creek Jr.
Def. Alex McGrainer Seneca Sr.
Def. Brandon Hudik Bordentown Sr.
Def. Nick Hanuscin Bishop Eustace Sr.
Goal. Sean Mullarkey Cherry Hill West Sr.
- Chris Melchiorre