2014 Girls’ Soccer All-Scholastics
Division 1: Needham
The senior midfielder finished her career earning All-American honors. The Bay State Conference MVP was also a four-year EMass all-star. This fall she had six goals and six assists to finish her career with 16 goals and 20 assists. She'll attend Providence.
Division 2: Hingham
The All-New England forward/midfielder led Hingham (19-0-4) to its first Division 2 EMass title. The three-time Patriot League Keenan all-star was named EMass Division 2 Player of the Year and finished her senior season with 22 goals and 12 assists.
Division 3: Cardinal Spellman
A senior, Schneider claimed the Catholic Conference Large MVP and earned top player honors in Division 3. Also an EMass all-star, all-state, and all-New England player, Schneider plans to attend UMass-Lowell and continue her soccer career.
Division 4: East Bridgewater
The two-time South Shore League All-Star helped the Vikings claim the Division 4 state title behind her 18-point campaign. A senior captain, Norton also runs track where she has qualified for all-states each of the last three seasons.
Taylor Cogliano, Franklin, senior
A four-year starter, Cogliano had 15 goals and 18 assists to help Franklin to a 14-0-3 regular-season record and a berth in the Division 1 South final. The Hockomock Kelley-Rex MVP earned All-New England, EMass All-Star, and All-State accolades. Cogliano will attend Merrimack.
Caroline Colbert, Peabody, senior
In her senior season, Colbert claimed the Northeast Conference MVP this season, behind a 28-point campaign (15 goals, 13 assists). A four-year varsity player for Peabody, Colbert is committed to Stonehill College after earning a 3.9 GPA in high school.
Kelsey Gilbert, Whitman-Hanson, junior
A junior, Gilbert helped make up the backbone of a Whitman-Hanson team that advanced to the Division 1 state title game. Dishing out five assists while helping anchor the defense, Gilbert is committed to Providence College after she graduates in 2016.
Eve Hewins, Hingham, sophomore
A two-year starter, the sophomore forward led Hingham to its first Division 2 EMass title, scoring 12 goals in the tournament. The two-time Patriot League Keenan All-Star and EMass All-Star finished the season with 30 goals and dished out 12 assists.
Maddie Jolin, Bishop Feehan, senior
Jolin finished with a team-leading 37 goals and 21 assists, ending her career with 102 goals and 42 assists. The All-New England forward/striker and EAC All-Star led the Shamrocks to an 18-1-1 record. Jolin will play basketball for Providence.
Taylor Kofton, Whitman-Hanson, freshman
Only a freshman, Kofton posted 25 points (14 goals, 11 assists) as the Panthers claimed the Division 1 South title before falling in overtime in the state title game. A center midfielder in soccer, Kofton also competes in track and field for Whitman-Hanson.
Kayla Loycano, Chelmsford, senior
A senior captain, Loycano was the backbone of a defense that allowed just five goals in 22 games. The three-time Chelmsford High defensive Player of the Year was named Merrimack Valley Conference Player of the Year and EMass All-Star, and earned All-State honors.
Sabrina Morais, Arlington, senior
Morais was the Middlesex League MVP her senior year, scoring two goals and adding six assists. She also earned All-New England honors. Led by Morais, Arlington finished 18-2-2 and won the Division 2 North championship.
Hannah Rosenblatt, Lincoln-Sudbury, senior
The senior led the Warriors to a 17-4-1 record and the Division 1 North title. Rosenblatt registered 24 goals and 19 asissts, ending her career with 57 goals and 52 assists. The All-New England forward and DCL All-Star will attend Northeastern.
Emily Scollard, Lynnfield, senior
The Cape Ann League Player of the Year capped her career by leading the Pioneers to the Division 3 North title and EMass championship. The two-year EMass and CAL ALL-Star will play soccer for Stonehill College next fall.
Shannon Simmons, Medway, junior
Simmons took Medway to the Division 3 North final and led the Tri-Valley League in scoring. In her junior season, Simmons was named TVL MVP and league All-Star for the third time. The All-New England forward plans to play for UConn.
Kaylee Sye, Acton-Boxborough, senior
The All-American senior forward/midfielder played a major role in the Colonials’ 17-0-1 season, scoring seven goals with 14 assists. Sye was named the Dual County League MVP as well as All-State and All-New England. She will attend Wheaton College.
Coaches of the Year
Division 1: Whitman-Hanson
Floeck coached Whitman-Hanson to a 19-2-3 record en route to a berth in the Division 1 state championship game. With a career record of 267-87-30, Floeck said this year’s team was ‘‘one of the most talented and close-knit teams I have coached.’’
Division 2: Hingham
Finishing the season without a loss, the 19-0-4 Harborwomen claimed the Division 2 state title. Puntiri, who has been coaching for 12 years, improved his career mark to 118-87. Puntiri also won the EMass GSCA Division 2 Coach of the Year award.
Division 3: Medway
In his 12th season at the helm, Rojee coached Medway to its second consecutive Tri-Valley League championship. Rojee, a former Medway boys’ soccer player and state champion, led the Mustangs to a 19-2-3 record and Division 3 South final appearance.
Division 4: East Bridgewater
A 1985 graduate of East Bridgewater, Ross led her alma mater to the Division 4 state title in 2014, finishing with a 20-1-3 record. Ross has accrued a 150-91-28 record in her 14 seasons coaching the Vikings.