2014-15 Gatorade State Boys Soccer Players of the Year - Fall

2014-15 Gatorade State Boys Soccer Players of the Year - Fall

Gatorade Player of the Year

2014-15 Gatorade State Boys Soccer Players of the Year - Fall

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East Lansing's DeJuan Jones, left, names Michigan State Boys Soccer Player of the Year. (Photo: Al Goldis / Lansing State Journal)

East Lansing’s DeJuan Jones, left, names Michigan State Boys Soccer Player of the Year. (Photo: Al Goldis / Lansing State Journal)

The Gatorade State Boys Soccer Players of the Year have been announced for the fall 2014-15 season.

The winners were selected based on athletic production and impact in the 2014-15 season. Each winner also demonstrated high academic achievement and exemplary personal character, including volunteerism, sportsmanship and community leadership. Click each player’s name to view her credentials.

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Colorado – Quinn Liebmann, Boulder
Connecticut – Mickey Watson, South Kent School
Delaware – Sam Jester, Appoquinimink (Middletown)
D.C. – Chris Fleischer, St. Albans School
Idaho – Josh Szuch, Borah (Boise)
Illinois – Ty Seager, Wheaton Academy (West Chicago)
Indiana – Jordan Kleyn, Avon
Kansas – Austin Halsey, Washburn Rural (Topeka)
Kentucky – Sam Stockton, Trinity (Louisville)
Maine – Stephen Ochan, Deering (Portland)
Maryland – Connor Smith, McDonogh School (Owings Mills)
Massachusetts – Jack Harrison, Berkshire School (Sheffield)
Michigan – DeJuan Jones, East Lansing
Minnesota – Suad Suljic, Minnetonka
Missouri – Dalton Souder, Lee’s Summit
Montana – Ben Hietala, Bozeman
Nevada – Jackson Dietrich, Foothill (Henderson)
New Hampshire – Kyle Hicks, Pinkerton Academy (Derry)
New Jersey – Brian Hawkins, Notre Dame (Lawrenceville)
New Mexico – Sergio Rivas, Cibola (Albuquerque)
New York – T.J. Butzke, St. Anthony’s (South Huntington)
North Carolina – Clayton Sparks, Jacksonville
North Dakota – Jacob Richter, Century (Bismarck)
Ohio – Chris Brennan, Copley
Oregon – Gio Magana, Hood River Valley (Hood River)
Pennsylvania – Robbie Mertz, Upper St. Clair
Rhode Island – Leandro Alves, Shea (Pawtucket)
South Dakota – Lee Wynja, SF Christian (Sioux Falls)
Vermont – Aiman Ginawi, South Burlington
West Virginia – Addison Luck, Morgantown
Wisconsin – Peter Raymonds, Brookfield East

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