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Girls Soccer Super Rankings, Nos. 41-50

July 24, 2014
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2013-2014 Girls Soccer Super Rankings
Teams 1-10 Teams 11-20 Teams 21-30 Teams 31-40 Teams 41-50

2013-2014 Super Rankings, Nos. 41-50

The annual StudentSports.com Super Rankings is a Top 50 listing of best teams from the 2013-14 school year, consolidating the Fall, Winter and Spring FAB 50s. Teams are evaluated based on accomplishment and talent. All teams must retain their ranking order relative to other programs during its season. Basically, this is what the FAB 50 would look like if all states played high school soccer during the same season.

The rankings are compiled by soccer editor Sheldon Shealer.
Rk.
School
Record
Season
       
41 Barrington (Barrington, Ill.) 19-4-2 Spring-19
  Season complete. Illinois Class 3A state quarterfinalist. 
School Facts: Public, 3,000 students in grades 9-12.
Notes: Barrington's season ended with a 1-0 loss to New Trier in the Super-Sectionals. Barrington had losses to New Trier and Waubonsie Valley, and split matches with Buffalo Grove -- winning in the playoffs. Marquette signee Carrie Madden and junior Loyola (Ill.) commit Jenna Szczesny were named to the all-state team.
42 La Costa Canyon (Carlsbad, Calif.) 19-6-3 Winter-9
  Season complete. CIF Southern California Regional Division II runner-up. CIF-San Diego Open champion. 
School Facts: Public, 2,750 students in grades 9-12. 
Notes: La Costa Canyon's season ended with a 2-1 loss to Cathedral Catholic in the SCR Division II final. After falling behind 1-0, LCC senior and Wake Forest signee Pilar Torres tied the match at 1 before Cathedral Catholic netted the winner. LCCÕs postseason run included wins over SCR Division I champ Westview, Top 25-ranked Carlsbad, Southern Section Division 4 champ South Torrance and Los Angeles Division II champ Verdugo Hills.
43 Westview (San Diego, Calif.) 19-7-6 Winter-10
  Season complete. CIF Southern California Regional Division I champion. CIF-San Diego Open runner-up. 
School Facts: Public, 2,400 students in grades 9-12. 
Notes: Cassie Taniguchi scored the match-winning goal as Westview knocked off CIF-Southern Section Division 2 champ Chino Hills 2-1 in the SCR final. Nevada signee Angel Meriwether scored Westview's other goal. Westview twice beat favored Torrey Pines in postseason play -- once in the section semifinals and again in the SCR semifinals -- after losing to Torrey Pines three times during the regular season.
44 Torrey Pines (San Diego, Calif.) 23-3-1 Winter-11
  Season complete. CIF Southern California Regional Division I semifinalist. CIF-San Diego Open semifinalist. 
School Facts: Public, 2,750 students in grades 9-12. 
Notes: Torrey Pines was headed toward a lofty national ranking before Westview got in the way ... twice. After beating Westview three times during the regular season, Torrey Pines lost to Westview in the section semifinals and again in the SCR semifinals. Otherwise, it was a near flawless season for this San Diego powerhouse that's loaded with NCAA Division I talent.
45 Plano West (Plano, Texas) 21-3-3 Winter-12
  Season complete. Texas Class 5A state runner-up. 
School Facts: Public, 2,600 students in grades 9-12. 
Notes: Plano West's bid for a third straight state title was denied in a shootout loss to Hebron in the state final. The match ended in a scoreless draw before penalty kicks decided the winner. Victoria Gates, Ashley Smith and Abby Grace Cooper were named to the all-tournament team for Plano West. During the season, Plano West won the district title but suffered a setback to Westview (Calif.) at the National Elite Prep Showcase in January.
46 Norman North (Norman, Okla.) 15-2-0 Spring-20
  Season complete. Oklahoma Class 6A state champion. 
School Facts: Public, 2,100 students in grades 9-12.
Notes: Lexi Carroll had a goal and one assist as Norman North handled Edmond Memorial 3-0 in the state final, marking the program's first state title. The victory also allowed Norman North to sweep the boys and girls 6A crowns. Norman North ended the year on a 13-match win streak.
47 Fishers (Fishers, Ind.) 16-3-3 Fall-15
  Season complete. Indiana Class AA state runner-up. 
School Facts: Public, 2,200 students in grades 9-12. 
Notes: Fishers' season ended with a 2-0 loss to Avon in the state final, ending a campaign that saw the squad go 5-0-2 against teams that are or were in the FAB 50 this season. Among the team's season highlights were wins over Carmel and Zionsville and a regular-season draw with Avon. Xavier commit Kylie Hohlt and senior keeper Morgan Hammon were named to the coaches all-state first team. Brady Riley was a second-team selection.
48 Southlake Carroll (Southlake, Texas) 23-2-1 Winter-13
  Season complete. Texas Class 5A region runner-up. 
School Facts: Public, 1,300 students in grades 11-12. 
Notes: The Dragons' season ended with a 1-0 loss to Hebron in the region final. Southlake Carroll went 3-0-1 at the National Elite Prep Showcase, won the District 4-5A title and pinned a loss on Class 4A power Byron Nelson.
49 Buffalo Grove (Buffalo Grove, Ill.) 21-3-2 Spring-21
  Season complete. Illinois Class 3A section finalist. 
School Facts: Public, 2,100 students in grades 9-12.
Notes: Buffalo Grove's season ended with a 2-1 sectional final loss to Barrington, a team it had defeated earlier in the year. Buffalo Grove also had wins over FAB 50-ranked Metea Valley and Lyons. Xavier signee Skylar Groth and Illinois State signee Kelli Zickert were named to the all-state team.
50 St. Thomas Aquinas (Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.) 20-3-2 Winter-14
  Season complete. Florida Class 5A state champion. 
School Facts: Private, 2,200 students in grades 9-12. 
Notes: Sisters Dallas and Isabella Dorosy each scored twice as St. Thomas Aquinas rolled to its 13th state title -- third in four years -- with a 5-0 win over Vero Beach. The Raiders were undefeated against Florida programs, losing its three matches at a tournament in Texas. The team's lone win in Texas was against eventual TAPPS state champion Ursuline Academy.

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