Kirsten Von Meter
School: Central Valley Christian
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She’s qualified because: Central Sequoia League Most Valuable Player contributed 26 goals, 21 assists for league champion and Division IV runner-up Cavaliers.
She’s qualified because: While playing varsity basketball, too, earned All-County/Metro Athletic Conference honors in season in which she had 10 goals, eight assists for Division I semifinalists.
She’s qualified because: County/Metro Athletic Conference’s Midfielder of the Year provided 10 goals and eight assists for Division II semifinalist Panthers.
School: Clovis North
She’s qualified because: All-Tri-River Athletic Conference selection was key member of defense that posted 20 shutouts, including 2-0 win over Garces for Division II title.
She’s qualified because: Capped four-year career by scoring 26 goals and earning North Sequoia League MVP honors. Finished with 87 goals, 28 assists. Also league MVP in volleyball.
Mari Cruz Chapa
School: Orange Cove
She’s qualified because: East Sierra League MVP had 39 goals and 42 assists, including only goal in Titans’ 1-0 win over Sierra Pacific for Division VI title.
She’s qualified because: Four-year starter helped Highlanders post 14 shutouts and earn share of first North Yosemite League title while earning Goalkeeper of the Year honors.
School: Tulare Western
She’s qualified because: Exploded onto section scene with 30 goals and eight assists while helping Mustangs finish second in East Yosemite League and reach Division II quarterfinals.
She’s qualified because: All-Tri-River Athletic Conference selection contributed one goal and five assists while helping key defense for Division I champion’s 11 shutouts. Headed to Point Loma.
She’s qualified because: County/Metro Athletic Conference’s co-Defensive Player of the Year helped Division II quarterfinalists post 11 shutouts while also scoring seven goals to go with three assists.
She’s qualified because: All-North Sequoia League pick was leader of defense that yielded 17 goals in 26 games with 13 shutouts. Also had nine goals, three assists.
School: El Diamante
She’s qualified because: First-team all-West Yosemite League and thee-time All-Bee pick headed for Cal State Stanislaus delivered five goals, 10 assists from the back line.
School: Liberty-Madera Ranchos
She’s qualified because: All-North Sequoia League selection contributed 23 goals, 21 assists for league and Division IV champion Hawks. Finished four-year career with 59 goals, 54 assists.
Justine Alvarez, McLane
Brooke Bingham, Clovis East
Samantha Brechmann, Clovis North
Taylor Brown, Strathmore
Julia Campos, Redwood
Sherine Collins, Buchanan
Hannah Coyle, Buchanan
Liz Cui, Mission Oak
Yesenia Delgadillo, Madera South
Gabie Flores, Sanger
Maria Flores, Selma
Julie Garcia, Central
Katy Garcia, Kingsburg
Jessica Gomez, Kingsburg
Selina Guerrero, Roosevelt
Andrea Gutierrez, Strathmore
Hannah Harger, Hanford West
Adriana Jaramishian, Bullard
Caitlyn Kreutz, Buchanan
Rochelle Lupio, Porterville
Amber Mendes, Sierra Pacific
Mariah Montoya, Central
Anna Nitschke, Madera South
Charlotte Ornela, Lemoore
Dallana Ortiz, Fresno
Janelly Rangel, Lindsay
Sayria Rivera, Hoover
Moriah Rodriguez, Clovis
Camery Smith, Edison
Taryn Smith, Liberty-Madera Ranchos
Mia Soto, Fowler
Randi Spolsdoff, Riverdale
Mercedes Steidley, Granite Hills
Lauren Te Velde, Central Valley Christian
Nicole Warmerdam, Mt. Whitney