She's qualified because: First-team All-East Yosemite League and All-Valley D-III selection led Redskins to Central Section D-III runner-up finish with 88 goals, 62 steals, 57 ejections drawn and 48 assists.
She's qualified because: Second-leading scorer for Central Section D-I champion Cougars with 72 goals. The first-team All-Tri-River Athletic Conference and first-team All-Valley D-I pick also had 78 steals, 62 assists and 28 ejections drawn.
She's qualified because: Powered the Rangers to the West Yosemite League championship, earning MVP honors after their 12-0 run, during a season that saw Dyer score 72 goals, make 38 steals and distribute 17 assists.
School: Clovis West
She's qualified because: Defensive standout who was called on to guard opposing team's best player also had 50 goals, 50 steals, 37 assists and 32 ejections drawn as a first-team All-Tri-River Athletic Conference and first-team All-Valley D-I pick.
She's qualified because: Contributed a little bit of everything for Division I semifinalist Bears with 63 goals, 44 steals, 38 assists and 27 ejections drawn. Was selected first-team All-Valley D-I and second-team All-TRAC.
School: Clovis East
She's qualified because: A first-team All-Tri-River Athletic Conference and All-Valley D-I selection, Tillinghast led Timberwolves with 51 goals and 53 steals while also contributing 31 assists and 20 drawn ejections.
t She's qualified because: First-team All-County/Metro Athletic Conference and All-Valley D-I goalie blocked 257 shots, also contributed 58 steals for team that won CMAC title and reached semifinals of D-I playoffs.
Kaelyn Caretto, Hanford West
Kaley DeSilva, Yosemite
Katelyn Fairchild, Clovis North
Sophia Gonzalez, Memorial
Amanda Imfeld, Sanger
Elizabeth Jacobs, Monache
Courtney Meinhold, Mt. Whitney
Elizabeth Pace, Golden West
Lauren Pipes, Fresno
Sydney Stephens, El Diamante