2017 FALL PREVIEWS: SBAAC girls soccer


Goshen Warriors

TEAM RECORD, LEAGUE FINISH IN 2016

2-13-1 overall, sixth in SBAAC American

HEAD COACH

Megan Johnson, first year at Goshen, third year overall

COACHES IN PROGRAM

Sonya Myers, assistant coach

NUMBER OF STARTERS RETURNING

6

NUMBER OF RETURNING LETTER WINNERS

12

KEY PLAYERS RETURNING

Sophomore: Bree Wallace, Madison Arnett, Lindsey Schmidt. Kenzi Wilson, Emma Lambert. Junior: Melody Singleton, Bri Vounderau. Senior: Kaylin Kaltenbach

KEY NEWCOMERS

Freshmen: Lillie Casey, Brooke Reeves. Sophomore: Bryn Lempner

PREDICTED DIVISION FINISH

6th

LEAGUE TITLES

0

ANYTHING ELSE YOU’D LIKE TO SAY ABOUT TEAM, SEASON

I love that this is a young team. They are very driven and hard-working. They want to make a change to their name and they are very motivated to makes some changes to Goshen women’s soccer. I am a new coach that just moved from Charleston, W.Va. I have two prior years of high school coaching experience. I am coming into Goshen not knowing the town, the school, and the girls. But I am very happy about that. I am creating my own team from scratch. I am helping them increase their confidence, on and off the field. I want to help make this team grow and shape them into a winning team. I have many years of playing experience including travel, high school and college. I was an All-American, West Virginia State Player of the Year, Gatorade Player of the Year, and first team all-state all four years in high school. I graduated from Alderson-Broaddus University earning first team all-conference, first team-all region and second team-All-Atlantic all four years of playing. I have the knowledge and experience and I am very excited to share all I know with these girls. They are a great group and excited to learn new things. We have forgotten last year’s season and we are starting with a fresh mind frame and hard work ethic. I think you will see a different Goshen team this year.

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Clermont Northeastern Rockets

TEAM RECORD, LEAGUE FINISH IN 2016

8-7-1 overall, 3rd in SBAAC National Division

HEAD COACH

Craig Yeager, 3rd year

HEAD COACH’S RECORD

21-9-2, 3rd year

NUMBER OF STARTERS RETURNING

9

NUMBER OF RETURNING LETTER WINNERS

14

KEY PLAYERS RETURNING

Alyssa Williams – GK; Caitlyn Woermann – MF; Kylie Cooper – Def; Kassie Billow – Def; Kayla Nichols – FW

PREDICTED DIVISION FINISH

Top 3

LEAGUE TITLES

2014, 2015

ANYTHING ELSE YOU’D LIKE TO SAY ABOUT TEAM, SEASON:

The overall experience on the team is a great asset to have. This experience, combined with a solid freshman class, should make this a pretty fun season. There are a few holes to fill from last year, but I think we have the right people coming in or already here that can step right without missing a beat. Many of our returning starters are underclassmen, so their learning curve is still pretty large. I look for the girls to continue working hard to become a better overall team and hope to gel sooner than later.

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Felicity-Franklin Cardinals

TEAM RECORD, LEAGUE FINISH IN 2016

0-17 overall, 6th in SBAAC National Division

HEAD COACH

Bil Miller, 34 years coaching

HEAD COACH’S RECORD

280-214-81

COACHES IN PROGRAM

2

NUMBER OF STARTERS RETURNING

4

NUMBER OF RETURNING LETTER WINNERS

4

KEY PLAYERS RETURNING

Anna Fragassi, Bailey Lowe, Elle Hoog, Olivia Taylor, Amy Davenport, Brianna Knipp

PREDICTED DIVISION FINISH

6th

ANYTHING ELSE YOU’D LIKE TO SAY ABOUT TEAM, SEASON

This is the first year that I will be coaching boys and girls. The girls have not had much success over the last few years. We are looking to become competitive.

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Williamsburg Wildcats

TEAM RECORD, LEAGUE FINISH IN 2016

9-5-4 overall, 6-1-3 in league, co-champs of SBAAC National Division

HEAD COACH

Brian Hart, third year at Williamsburg, seven years as club soccer coach

KEY PLAYERS RETURNING

Hailey Beesten, senior, SBAAC National Division Player of the Year; Megan Fisher, first team All-SBAAC; Belle Middendorf, second team All-SBAAC; Camille McManus, second team All-SBAAC; Chloe Durham, second team All-SBAAC; Emily Hart, first team All-SBAAC; Emma Beesten, first team All-SBAAC

KEY NEWCOMERS

3 freshmen

KEY PLAYERS LOST

5 graduates

LEAGUE TITLES

2016 was first in WHS girls soccer history

ANYTHING ELSE YOU’D LIKE TO SAY ABOUT TEAM, SEASON:

There are 18 girls on the roster this season. We have a talented , fit group this season. We expect to win our league and hopefully go further into the post-season than ever.

ROSTER

Hailey Beesten, senior, Megan Fisher, senior; Kylie Salamon, senior; Belle Middendorf, junior; Sydney Richardson, junior; Laurin Ellis, junior; Leah Garrett, junior; Olivia Loudermilk, junior; Camille McManus, sophomore; Chloe Durham, sophomore; Emily Hart, sophomore; Emma Beesten, sophomore; Jordan Rolph, sophomore; Kiersten Collins, sophomore; Lily Williford , sophomore; Madison Fawley, freshman; Amanda Mitchell, freshman; Kirstyn Thomas, freshman

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Western Brown Broncos

TEAM RECORD, LEAGUE FINISH IN 2016

10-8-1 overall, 5-4-1 in SBAAC, third place in American Division

HEAD COACH

Chris Malotke, first year at Western Brown, sixth year coaching overall

HEAD COACH’S RECORD

0-0 at WB, 62-18-8 overall

NUMBER OF STARTERS RETURNING

7

PLAYERS TO WATCH

Autumn Boothby (4 year starter, 3 time first team All-SBAAC; a Div. I college prospect), Division II college prospects Alania Daugherty, Alli Blank, Alexa Harris, Madison Kattine

LEAGUE TITLES

1998

ANYTHING ELSE YOU’D LIKE TO SAY ABOUT TEAM, SEASON

The team has had two consecutive winning seasons. We have a good mix of upper and lower classmen. The leadership and commitment from the seniors throughout the summer conditioning and weight room sessions, team bonding events, summer tournaments has been outstanding. This is one of the hardest working teams I have coached. Now if we can just get and stay healthy, I think we’ll have a really good season.

ROSTER

Calena Cox 9 defender; Autumn Boothby 12 Fwd/MF; Christa Hopper 10 Fwd/GK; Gracie Fischer 10 Def; Alexis Zinkhen 11 MF/Fwd; Alli Blank 11 MF/Fwd; Alanis Daugherty 12 MF; Alexa Harris 12 Def; Grace Queen 11 MF; Sierra Darlington 12 MF; Madison Kattine 11 Def; Lauren Shasteen 11 MF; Kearra Little 11 MF; Sarah Hayes 12 MF; Cassidy Asbury 11 Def; Allie Buttree 10 MF; Deanna Hile 12 Def; Hannah Bolender 11 GK/MF; Grace Richman 12 GK

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The Goshen High School girls soccer team, from left to right, front row, Madi Coriell, Paisley Frye, Kaci Geer; middle row, Emma Lambert, Lillie Casey, Kaylin Kaltenbach, Maddie Gresham, Kenzi Wilson, Bree Wallace; back row, head coach Megan Johnson, Brooke Reeves, Danielle Myers, Lindsey Schmidt, Bri Vonderau, Shawna Donaldson, Bryn Lempner, Chloe Spencer, Haley Carrier, assistant coach Sonya Myers.
http://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/08/web1_SOC_goshengirls2team-2.jpgThe Goshen High School girls soccer team, from left to right, front row, Madi Coriell, Paisley Frye, Kaci Geer; middle row, Emma Lambert, Lillie Casey, Kaylin Kaltenbach, Maddie Gresham, Kenzi Wilson, Bree Wallace; back row, head coach Megan Johnson, Brooke Reeves, Danielle Myers, Lindsey Schmidt, Bri Vonderau, Shawna Donaldson, Bryn Lempner, Chloe Spencer, Haley Carrier, assistant coach Sonya Myers. Courtesy Photo

The Georgetown High School girls soccer team, from left to right, front row, Bella Clifton (junior), Hailey Gregory (sophomore), Regan Gable (sophomore), Amaya Lovell (junior), Hannah Cox (junior), Grace Ralston (freshmen), Jasmin Johnson (junior), Danielle Williams (junior), Hayley Burnett (freshmen); back row, Heather Utter (assistant coach), Laura Wood (junior), Kenzie Benjamin (sophomore), Maddi Benjamin (freshmen), Desiree Carter (senior), Hannah Gregory (sophomore), Libby Scott (sophomore), Sosha Light (junior), Lauren Carter (junior), Ashley Corbin (head coach), baby, Katelyn and Makena Corbin. Team member senior Caroline Ellis was not present for the photo.
http://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/08/web1_GSOC_georgetowngirls-2.jpgThe Georgetown High School girls soccer team, from left to right, front row, Bella Clifton (junior), Hailey Gregory (sophomore), Regan Gable (sophomore), Amaya Lovell (junior), Hannah Cox (junior), Grace Ralston (freshmen), Jasmin Johnson (junior), Danielle Williams (junior), Hayley Burnett (freshmen); back row, Heather Utter (assistant coach), Laura Wood (junior), Kenzie Benjamin (sophomore), Maddi Benjamin (freshmen), Desiree Carter (senior), Hannah Gregory (sophomore), Libby Scott (sophomore), Sosha Light (junior), Lauren Carter (junior), Ashley Corbin (head coach), baby, Katelyn and Makena Corbin. Team member senior Caroline Ellis was not present for the photo. Courtesy Photo

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