Allstate Reveals The Remaining 100 Elite High School Soccer Players
Officially Named As Allstate All-Americans
Congrats to Junior Katey Ann Klingel, seelcted to the Allstate All-Americans!
Head Varsity Girls Soccer Coach had this to say, “Katey Ann had a great season for us this year. After having multiple knee surgeries and not playing travel soccer last fall, she was our leading goal scorer this season. It is great to see Katey Ann get the recognition of All-American and I believe it is well deserved. Being the lead goal scorer, our opponents knew her and man-marked her or double teamed her, which made scoring even more difficult. When she is on the field, you can tell that it gives the team more confidence going forward. Not only did she do a good job scoring goals but she was also able to get 10 assists on the year, which is great for a forward. Overall, I am really impressed and happy that she got recognized because you really have to stand out if you are from a small school in the State of Alabama.”
On May 7, Allstate today recognized 100 of the top high school soccer players in the country for their on-field achievements, naming them as 2019 Allstate All-Americans. These players will join the 150 standout teens previously named to the list after the fall soccer season. These final 100 players will complete the full list of 250 players representative of every state in the country.
The top 80 players on the Allstate All-America list – 40 male and 40 female – will be invited to compete in the inaugural Allstate Cup this summer in Orlando, Fla. Both games will be hosted on July 31, with the boys’ match kicking off a 12 p.m. ET and the girls’ match following at 2:00 p.m. ET. The games will be aired live exclusively on ESPNU and via the ESPN app. The 80 All-Americans who participate in the Allstate Cup will also be honored on the field during halftime of the 2019 MLS All-Star Game presented by Target. Read more on PR Newswire…