Coach of the year
BRETT LEQUESNE, Monte Vista -- LeQuesne enjoyed a season for the ages in his seventh year as Monte Vista's girls soccer coach. The Mustangs (23-0-2) beat rival San Ramon Valley 2-1 in the North Coast Section Division I championship game and allowed just seven goals all season, including just one goal in four playoff games. LeQuesne's team, which had just five seniors, ended the season ranked No. 1 in the country by studentsports.com.
MALLORY HROMATKO, Monte Vista, forward, Jr. -- Hromatko, a UC Santa Barbara commit, was vital connecting the back line and the attack. She led the Mustangs to the EBAL title and the NCS Division I championship, finishing with team highs of 13 goals and 15 assists.
FRANNY CERNY, Berkeley, forward, Jr. -- Cerny led the Yellowjackets to the WACC-Foothill Division title with 21 goals and six assists. She scored twice against San Ramon Valley in the NCS Division I semifinals.
MIRANDA NILD, Castro Valley, forward, Jr. -- The highly-regarded Stanford commit and first-team all-WACC-Foothill Division selection scored 38 goals for the Trojans.
MEGAN REID, Miramonte, forward, Sr. -- Reid had 21 goals and eight assists in just 13 games. She was selected MVP of the DFAL after she led the Matadors to the league title.
HAYLIE GRANT, Heritage, midfielder/defender, Sr. -- The Florida State-bound standout was named MVP of the BVAL. She led the Patriots to the NCS Division I playoffs, where she was solid in a 1-0 loss to eventual champion Monte Vista.
MELISSA LEWIS, San Ramon Valley, midfielder, Sr. -- The Cal-bound attacking midfielder led the Wolves with 10 goals to go with eight assists.
ARI ZAMORA, Monte Vista, midfielder, Jr. -- A tough ball-winning center midfielder, Zamora helped the Mustangs control the flow of play and rarely lost possession of the ball.
CARLIN HUDSON, Berkeley, defender, Sr. -- The center-back defender was selected as MVP of the WACC-Foothill Division. She also pushed forward for six goals and two assists.
DANA OUTCALT, Monte Vista, defender Sr. -- Outcalt helped the Mustangs surrender just seven total goals in 25 games.
MARY STAMMERS, College Park, defender, Sr. -- Stammers, the MVP of the DVAL, led the Falcons to their first unbeaten league crown, first 23-win season and a berth in the NCS Division I semifinals.
JAMIE VAN HORN, San Ramon Valley, defender, Sr. -- The Pepperdine-bound Van Horn was MVP of the EBAL and helped the Wolves work 15 shutouts. She is an U.S. under-18 women's national team pool player.
LEXI NICHOLAS, Amador Valley, goalkeeper, Sr. -- The Notre Dame-bound keeper, a U.S. women's national team pool player, led the Dons to a third-place finish in the EBAL.
Forwards -- Allie Dutto, San Ramon Valley, Sr., Emily Orwig, Campolindo, Sr.; Jacquelyn Scharff, College Park, Jr.; Farah Otero-Amad, Berkeley, Sr.; Midfielders -- Maddie Gibson, Monte Vista, Jr.; Lindsay Rood, Monte Vista, Jr.; Lauren Bradley, Las Lomas, Sr.; Defense/midfield -- Chelsea Arnold, California, Sr.; Chelsea Barry, Monte Vista, Jr.; Defense -- Mara Blumenstein, Piedmont, Sr.; Haley Lukas, Foothill, Sr.; Goalkeeper -- Mali Tehaney, Miramonte, Sr.
Forwards -- Cecilia Gee, Miramonte, So.; Kylee Smith, Heritage, Sr.; Midfielders -- Jasmine Edwards, Castro Valley, Jr.; Morgan McGarry, San Ramon Valley, Jr.; Brianna Nicholas, Amador Valley, Sr.; Rachel Wilson, Bishop O'Dowd, Sr., Defense/midfield -- Myra Delgadillo, James Logan, Sr.; Emma Schoenthal, Dublin, Sr.; Defense -- Kat Hayes, Carondelet, Sr.; Jessica Jordan, College Park, Sr.; Madyson Souza, Granada, Sr.; Dara Stroup, Alhambra, Sr.; Goalkeepers -- Leah Emerson, Monte Vista, Jr.; Katie McGlaughlin, College Park, Jr.; Kesy Platt, Piedmont, Sr.; Remi White, Monte Vista, Sr.
-- Matt Schwab