St. Thomas Aquinas senior
Comment: Two-year varsity starter helped lead Raiders to another regional championship berth and finished with four goals. Was also among team leaders with eight assists.
St. Thomas Aquinas sophomore
Comment: Has already earned interest from George Washington University after finishing her second year as a varsity starter with 10 goals and two assists.
Comment: Three-year varsity starter had 16 shutouts, allowed just 12 goals in more than 1,800 minutes and scored once. UNC Charlotte, Virginia, and Connecticut have expressed interest.
Comment: Two-time first team All-County selection was one of the Eagles' biggest offensive threats, with 23 goals and 15 assists. Rollins College, Seton Hall and North Florida are interested.
Comment: Finished with a team-high 20 goals and also had seven assists to help Trojans earn regional tournament berth.
West Broward junior
Comment: Three-year varsity starter provided solid defense for a talented Bobcats team that earned 15 wins and earned a regional semifinal berth.
Comment: Defensive-oriented mid- and four-year varsity starter was among team leaders with eight assists and six goals. Signed with Nova Southeastern.
Cypress Bay freshman
Comment: Young upstart proved she could keep pace with older players and had a team-high 18 goals and four assists to help Lightning finish unbeaten in district play.
St. Thomas Aquinas senior
Comment: Four-year varsity starter and American University signee was among team leaders with 20 goals and nine assists to help Raiders return to regional tournament.
Comment: Central Florida signee was a top scoring threat with 46 goals and eight assists. She was selected to both the BCAA All-Star game and the FACA All-Star game.
Cypress Bay senior
Comment: Four-year varsity starter provided plenty of experience and helped anchor the Lightning defense. Signed with Wingate University and finished with four goals and six assists.
PlayerSchoolYearPos.Sabrina AmadorWest BrowardSo.midfielderElena BoschSt. Thomas AquinasSr.defenderKassandra CarpinteroCoral GladesJr.midfielderBrittany MacalusoSt. Thomas AquinasJr.goalkeeperGabriela MoreiraWest BrowardFr.forwardCidney MoscovitchCoral GladesSr.forwardDaniella OleyekDouglasJr.defenderAna ParraCypress BayJr.defenderMonica RojasDouglasJr.midfielderSamara StolzenbergCypress BayJr.goalkeeperCarina VictoriaTaravellaSr.defenderRobyn WhittakerMonarchSo.forward
Coral Glades: Vanessa Burden, Kelsey Joyce, Deanna Noriega; Coral Springs: Melissa Sanchez; Cypress Bay: Sari Kreutzer; Douglas: Serena Delgado, Alyssa Cowley, Rebecca Foley; Flanagan: Tyler Babb, Samantha Coveney,Tabatha Gonzalez; Miramar: Chantell DeSouza, Nishon Peart; Monarch: Heather Baird, Alexis Gottko, Courtney Johnson; Plantation: Stefani Hunter, Stephanie Miot, Gabi Trio; St. Thomas Aquinas: Casandra Etzig, McKenzie Marsh, Brittany Simpson; South Broward: Kylie Braeseke, Melanie Cea, Allie Levine; Taravella: Ashley Keveles, Sophie Pacelko, Manuela Tenorio; West Broward: Hannah Finch, Melanie Lane, Chelsea Trost.
Coach of the Year
Comment: While the Lightning have traditionally been one of Broward County's more successful programs, this year, Cypress Bay surpassed even its own expectations. After losing two fo the team's three center-midfielders to season-ending ACL injuries, Dwyer was forced to make multiple lineup adjustments. Her changes paid off as the Lightning finished with a 17-3-3 record, won the District 13-5A championship and advanced to the regional finals before being eliminated by eventual state runner-up Miami Lourdes. "I definitely think this season was beyond our expectations, even for our seniors. We pulled inspiration from what was going on with Christian [the son of assistant coach Helena Ioannou, who is battling cancer], and losing my best friend, Angie [Kraemer White, a teacher at Cypress Bay]. The players realized they could do this. They're the ones that stepped up and did it," Dwyer said.