The Gatorade State Girls Soccer Players of the Year 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.
For a list of the other Gatorade State girls Soccer Players of the Year winners, click here.
THE WINNER: Jordie Harr
School: Sachse (Texas)
Athletic achievement: The returning Gatorade Player of the Year, she scored 27 goals and passed for 19 assists this past season, leading the Mustangs (19-3-2) to the Class 6A, Region 2 tournament semifinals. A member of the U.S. Soccer Under-20 Women’s National Team, Harr was the 2015 District 11-6A Offensive Player of the Year and a 2014 All-American selection by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America. She concluded her junior year with 65 goals and 42 assists in her prep soccer career.
Academic excellence: Harr has maintained a 3.88 GPA.
Exemplary character: She has donated her time locally at an assisted living facility and as a youth soccer coach and referee in addition to volunteering for Throwaway Ponies, a facility that cares for abandoned horses
“Jordie Harr was the best individual player I saw all year without question,” said Chris Woodard, head coach of Robert E. Lee High. “For a tiny thing, she is quick, explosive and reads the game at a very high level. She has excellent vision and sees the big picture.”
THE FUTURE: Harr has verbally committed to Texas Tech.