GK • Hanna Olive, junior, Union
A first-year net minder, Olive stepped up and played every minute for the Wildcats this season. The junior amassed a 26-3-1 record with 21 shutouts and 157 saves in helping Union take fourth place in Class 3.
DEF • Kaleigh Kastberg, senior, Parkway West
Kastberg was a key cog in a West defense that surrendered jusr .63 goals per game and shut out the opposition nine times. Kastberg, who is headed to Lindenwood, also scored three goals and had three assists.
DEF • Taylor McCarthy, senior, Duchesne
After a slow start to the season, McCarthy helped pull things together on the back line as the Pioneers secured their sixth state title in program history.
MID • Fae Harrell, senior, Columbia
A key part of the Eagles' offensive push, Harrell scored 24 goals, four game-winners, and had 13 assists. She scored a trio of goals in the final two games of the season.
MID • Jenna Mathis, senior, Francis Howell Central
The Oxford Emory signee scored three goals and two assists in the postseason and finished with eight goals and nine assists for the Spartans, who finished fourth in state.
MID • Julia O'Neill, sophomore, Althoff
O'Neil led a the Crusaders with 27 goals, including seven game-winning tallies, while helping the attack with 20 assists.
MID • Jess Preusser, junior, Nerinx Hall
A key cog in the Markers return to the state tournament, Preusser tallied 12 goals and 12 assists, including the game-winner in a quarterfinal victory over Lindberg.
MID • Maddy Stewart, senior, St. Dominic
A valuable asset on the Crusaders' Class 3 state title squad, Stewart was deadly on corner kicks this season, setting up 17 goals. The senior added four goals of her own.
F • Rylee Howard, freshman, Lafayette
The freshman finished with 30 goals to help the Lancers reach the 15-win mark, their best win total in a single season since they won 19 in 2011.
F • Lexi Lanzafame, senior, Notre Dame
The senior scored 32 goals and added four assists for Notre Dame.
F • Aubrey Mister, sophomore, O'Fallon
Mister nearly tripling the goal-scoring output from her freshman season with 17 goals to lead the Panthers' attack. She also had three assists this season.