ALL-USA Girls Soccer: Second Team

ALL-USA Girls Soccer: Second Team

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ALL-USA Girls Soccer: Second Team

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The 2015-16 American Family Insurance ALL-USA Girls 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 girls soccer and includes players from fall, winter or spring seasons.

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ALL-USA Girls Soccer: First Team

ALL-USA Girls Soccer Player of the Year: Frankie Tagliaferri, Colts Neck (N.J.)

ALL-USA Girls Soccer Coach of the Year: Cindy Marcial, American Heritage (Plantation, Fla.)

SECOND TEAM

Lauren Bouvia (Photo: Twitter)

Lauren Bouvia (Photo: Twitter)

Lauren Bouvia
School: Weiser (Idaho)
Position: Forward
Year: Junior
Height: 5-6
College: UC-Davis
Noteworthy: Bouvia set a national single-season record with 127 goals, shattering the previous mark of 106. Bouvia also passed for 23 assists, leading Weiser to the Idaho Class 3A state tournament title. She set a state record with 16 goals in the three-game state tournament.

Bella Dorosy_CREDIT_Stacey Tillberg

Bella Dorosy (Photo: Stacey Tillberg)

Bella Dorosy
School: St. Thomas Aquinas (Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.)
Position: Forward
Year: Junior
Height: 5-6
College: Florida State
Noteworthy: Dorosy was electric for St. Thomas Aquinas, scoring 37 goals and passing for 23 assists as the Raiders were undefeated until a 1-0 loss in the Florida Class 4A state semifinals. She tallied eight goals and seven assists in six postseason games.

Parker Goins (Photo: Dean Atchison)

Parker Goins (Photo: Dean Atchison)

Parker Goins
School: Union (Tulsa, Okla.)
Position: Forward
Year: Junior
Height: 5-8
College: Arkansas
Noteworthy: Goins scored 10 goals and passed for eight assists, leading Union to a perfect 19-0 season, the Oklahoma Class 6A state championship and the No. 1 ranking in the USA TODAY High School Sports/National Soccer Coaches Association of America Super 25 for the spring season. A member of the U.S. Soccer Under-18 Women’s National Team, she tallied two goals and an assist in the state title game.

Carly Malatskey (Photo: TVT Community Day School)

Carly Malatskey (Photo: TVT Community Day School)

Carly Malatskey
School: Tarbut V’Torah Day School (Irvine, Calif.)
Position: Forward
Year: Senior
Height: 5-4
College: Stanford
Noteworthy: Malatskey set an Orange County record with 73 goals this season for Tarbut V’Torah, which reached the quarterfinals of the California Southern Section Division 7 tournament. Malatskey concluded her prep career with 166 goals.

Rachel Dorwart (Photo: Cumberland Valley HS)

Rachel Dorwart (Photo: Cumberland Valley HS)

Rachael Dorwart
School: Cumberland Valley (Mechanicsburg, Pa.)
Position: Midfielder
Year: Sophomore
Height: 5-8
College: North Carolina
Noteworthy: Dorwart poured in 47 goals and dished out 12 assists, leading Cumberland Valley to the Pennsylvania Class AAA state semifinals. A member of the U.S. Soccer Under-17 Women’s National Team, Dorwart tallied 10 goals and two assists in nine postseason games.

Taylor Kornieck
School: Coronado (Henderson, Nev.)
Position: Midfielder
Year: Senior
Height: 5-6
College: Colorado
Noteworthy: Kornieck tallied 56 goals and 19 assists, leading Coronado to the Nevada Division I state championship game. A three-time All-State first-team selection, she is a member of the U.S. Soccer Under-18 Women’s National Team.

Casey Richards CREDIT Robin Gottesman

Casey Richards (Photo: Robin Gottesman)

Casey Richards
School: Northern Highlands (Allendale, N.J.)
Position: Midfielder
Year: Senior
Height: 5-9
College: Georgetown
Noteworthy: Richards was at the center of it all for Northern Highlands. The program had a 112-game streak without a loss that ended in the New Jersey Group 3 state championship game. Richards and the Highlanders had claimed three consecutive state titles. Richards tallied 18 goals and 17 assists on the season.

Morgan Busacca (Photo: Robin Gottesman)

Morgan Busacca (Photo: Robin Gottesman)

Morgan Busacca
School: Northern Highlands (Allendale, N.J.)
Position: Defender
Year: Senior
Height: 5-7
College: Fordham
Noteworthy: Busacca led a defense that recorded 21 shutouts and allowed three goals all season. Busacca also chipped in offensively with six goals and 14 assists.

Alison King
School: Maria Carrillo (Santa Rosa, Calif.)
Position: Defender
Year: Senior
Height: 5-9
College: Loyola Marymount
Noteworthy: King was the center back for a defense that allowed 12 goals in 22 games and recorded three straight shutouts to win the California North Central Section Division I tournament title for the fifth year in a row. King helped out offensively with seven goals and seven assists.

Sarah Trissel (Photo: Anna Scippione)

Sarah Trissel (Photo: Anna Scippione)

Sarah Trissel
School: Torrey Pines (Encinitas, Calif.)
Position: Defender
Year: Senior
Height: 5-6
College: Georgetown
Noteworthy: Trissel was named the San Diego Section Player of the Year after leading Torrey Pines to the California San Diego Section Open Division title and the Southern California Division I Regional semifinals. Trissel led a defense that allowed 19 goals in 24 games.

Sydney Lau (Photo: Lynne Mills)

Sydney Lau (Photo: Lynne Mills)

Sydney Lau
School: Viera (Fla.)
Position: Goalkeeper
Year: Sophomore
Height: 6-1
College: LSU
Noteworthy: Lau finished with 14 shutouts and allowed just nine goals, leading Viera to a 21-1-1 season and the Florida Class 4A state championship. Lau recorded seven saves as the Hawks upset previously unbeaten St. Thomas Aquinas (Fort Lauderdale, Fla.) in the state semifinals then followed that with another seven saves in a 2-1 title-game victory against Niceville.

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