ALL-USA Boys Soccer: Second Team

ALL-USA Boys Soccer: Second Team

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ALL-USA Boys Soccer: Second Team

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The 2015-16 American Family Insurance ALL-USA Boys Soccer Teams were selected by USA TODAY High School Sports based on performance, level of competition and strength of schedule. This is the inaugural ALL-USA team in boys soccer and includes players from fall, winter or spring seasons.

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ALL-USA Boys Soccer: First Team

ALL-USA Boys Soccer Player of the Year: Esteban Calvo, Montverde Academy (Fla.)

ALL-USA Boys Soccer Coach of the Year: Mike Gorni, Central Bucks East (Doylestown, Pa.)

Second Team

 Ifunanyachi Achara (Photo: Risley Sports Photography)

Ifunanyachi Achara (Photo: Risley Sports Photography)

Ifunanyachi Achara
School: Berkshire School (Sheffield, Mass.)
Position: Forward
Year: Senior
Height: 5-10
College: Georgetown
Noteworthy: Achara tallied 26 goals and 13 assists for Berkshire, which reached the New England Prep Class A semifinals. A member of the Nigerian Under-17 Men’s National Team, he scored a goal in 16 of 20 games during the fall.

Stephen Milhoan (Photo: St. Ignatius HS)

Stephen Milhoan (Photo: St. Ignatius HS)

Stephen Milhoan
School: St. Ignatius (Cleveland)
Position: Forward
Year: Junior
Height: 5-9
College: Xavier
Noteworthy: Milhoan scored nine goals in seven postseason matches, leading St. Ignatius to the Ohio Division I state title and a share of the No. 1 ranking in the USA TODAY High School Sports/National Soccer Coaches Association of America Super 25 for the fall. For the season, Milhoan scored 29 goals and passed for 19 assists and was named the Ohio Soccer Coaches Association Division I Player of the Year.

Alex Philippe CREDIT Kurt Kwiatkowski

Alex Philippe (Photo: Kurt Kwiatkowski)

Alec Philippe
School: Marquette University (Milwaukee, Wis.)
Position: Forward
Year: Senior
Height: 6-foot-1
College: Wright State
Noteworthy: Philippe tallied a trio of assists in the Wisconsin Division I state final, leading Marquette University to a 5-2 win over Arrowhead (Hartland, Wis.). The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Player of the Year, Philippe finished the year with 27 goals and 12 assists.

Ezequiel Quijada
School: Canoga Park (Calif.)
Position: Forward
Year: Senior
Height: 5-6
College: Uncommitted
Noteworthy: Quijada led Canoga Park to the California Los Angeles County Section Division 3 Tournament title. Quijada tallied 45 goals and 27 assists and was named the Los Angeles Daily News Player of the Year for a second consecutive year.

Hunter Holstad (Photo: Leslie DeMasters)

Hunter Holstad (Photo: Leslie DeMasters)

Hunter Holstad
School: Oak Mountain (Birmingham, Ala.)
Position: Midfielder
Year: Senior
Height: 6-1
College: Naval Academy
Noteworthy: Holstad transitioned from defense to midfield this season and he didn’t miss a beat. The Shelby County Reporter Player of the Year, Holstad tallied 18 goals and 16 assists while leading Oak Mountain to a 28-0-2 record, the Alabama Class 7A state championship and the No. 1 rankings in the USATHSS/NSCAA Super 25 for spring.

Addison Luck

Addison Luck

Addison Luck
School: Morgantown (W.Va.)
Position: Midfielder
Year: Senior
Height: 6-1
College: Yale
Noteworthy: Luck scored 30 goals, including a pair of tallies in the state championship game as Morgantown claimed the West Virginia Group AAA state title. The younger brother of Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck, he also dished out 20 assists.

Elliot Smith-Hastie
School: Loyola (Los Angeles)
Position: Midfielder
Year: Senior
Height: 5-11
College: Boston College
Noteworthy: Smith-Hastie was the catalyst for Loyola, which won both the California Southern Section Division 1 Tournament title and the Southern California Division I Regional Tournament championship. The CIF Division I Player of the Year, Smith-Hastie scored 22 goals and passed for 17 assists as the Cubs closed the season with 21 straight wins.

Shane Bradley (Photo: The Haverford School/Jim Roese Photography)

Shane Bradley (Photo: The Haverford School/Jim Roese Photography)

Shane Bradley
School: Haverford School (Haverford, Pa.)
Position: Defender
Year: Senior
Height: 6-1
College: Villanova
Noteworthy: Bradley was the leader of a Haverford defense that recorded 14 shutouts and allowed just 12 goals in 23 games to win the Pennsylvania Independent Schools Athletic Association state title. Bradley also contributed 10 goals and three assists on offense.

Mickey George (Photo: St. Benedict's Prep)

Mickey George (Photo: St. Benedict’s Prep)

Mickey George
School: St. Benedict’s Prep (Newark, N.J.)
Position: Defender
Year: Junior
Height: 5-7
College: Uncommitted
Noteworthy: George was a leader in the back as St. Benedict’s allowed only five goals during a perfect 18-0 season. Born in Liberia, George tallied four goals and five assists for the Gray Bees, who finished the fall season ranked as co-No. 1 in the Super 25.

Jack Kielty (Photo: Dawn J. Benko, Special to the Daily Record)

Jack Kielty (left) (Photo: Dawn J. Benko, Special to the Daily Record)

Jack Kielty
School: Delbarton School (Morristown, N.J.)
Position: Defender
Year: Senior
Height: 6-2
College: Notre Dame (lacrosse)
Noteworthy: Kielty led a Delbarton defense that opened the season with 10 straight shutouts. The Green Wave allowed just eight goals during a 23-1 season, capping the year with a 2-0 victory over Christian Brothers (Lincroft, N.J.) in the New Jersey Non-Public Class A state title game.

Peter Byrne
School: Hellgate (Missoula, Mont.)
Position: Goalkeeper
Year: Senior
Height: 5-11
College: Carroll College (Montana)
Noteworthy: Byrne allowed two goals in 15 games as Hellgate won the Montana Class AA state championship. Playing with a broken arm, Byrne saved a penalty shot in the final minutes of the state title game, preserving a 1-0 win over Helena.

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