Claudia Dickey, Charlotte Latin
The three-time all-state star moved from her natural position of goalkeeper, the position she’ll play at North Carolina, to become one of the state’s top midfielders. Dickey had nine assists and three goals, but was brilliant with the ball at her feet.
Haley Godwin, Myers Park
Godwin was one of several Myers Park defensive stars who helped contribute to a unit that allowed all of six goals on the year. An all-state defender for the NCHSAA runners-up, Godwin also had six assists and even scored once.
Emma Goldean, Providence Day
Goldean is an Ohio State field hockey commit, but also shined on the soccer field for the NCISAA runner-up Chargers. The senior all-state midfielder was a lockdown defender, but also took advantage of her opportunities with six assists and four goals.
Hahn helped the Cougars go unbeaten in conference play and 22-2 on the season. The South Carolina commit capped a distinguished career by earning an all-state nod and by leading the Cougars with 41 goals while dishing out 19 assists.
Marissa Hart, Providence Day
Hart was sensational on her own, but a dual threat paired with her sister, Morgan. The elder Hart scored 23 goals and added 21 assists to earn all-state honors for the state runner-ups. She has signed with Princeton.
Morgan Hart, Providence Day
The Charger freshman scored a team-best 26 goals and handed out 27 assists, which also led the way for the Chargers. Hart earned all-state honors in her rookie season and has a bright future.
Olivia Hollidge, Myers Park
A key piece in the Mustangs midfield, Hollidge had a sensational senior season. In addition to playing brilliant defense, the all-state midfielder scored four times and passed out eight assists this season.
Sutton Jones, Charlotte Latin
Jones played the distributor role for the state champion Hawks and did it well. A two-time all-state selection, the South Carolina commit passed out 24 assists to go with nine goals this season.
Mary Elliott McCabe,
McCabe had a record-setting year for the Hawks. Not only did the three-time all-state selection break Latin’s all-time career scoring mark, the North Carolina commit was the N.C. Gatorade Player of the Year and the South Charlotte Weekly Player of Year after pouring in 43 goals and adding 14 assists.
Paige Nurkin, Charlotte Latin
Nurkin was the last line of defense for the state champion Hawks and was nearly impenetrable. The Columbia University commit surrendered just 10 goals, or 0.56 per game, and made 88 saves to earn all-state honors.
Lindsey Poff, Charlotte Catholic
Charlotte Catholic had an electric offense this season, and Poff was a big reason why. The all-state forward connected on 35 goals and added 25 assists for the 22-2 Cougars. She is committed to Appalachian State.
Weezie Targgart, Myers Park
The Myers Park defense allowed just six goals all season, and perhaps no player had a bigger impact than Targgart in that area. The all-state defender was superb all year and even scored a pair of goals for good measure.
Savannah Bizijack, Ardrey Kell; Kate Duncan, Ardrey Kell; Girah Durant, South Meck; Megan Frost, Myers Park; Julia Gass, Charlotte Latin; Hope Hunter, Independence; Ari Mabodi, Myers Park; Katie Mangini, Providence; Katie McGarry, Providence; Ainsley Nalevaiko, Ardrey Kell; Katerina Peroulas, Providence Day; Skyler Walk, Providence