Cardine, the Daily Chronicle Girls Soccer Player of the Year, scored 10 goals and dished out 14 assists this season for a Barbs team that won the Northern Illinois Big 12 East championship. She'll continue playing next year at Waubonsee Community College.
Beaty was always dangerous when receiving the ball in the offensive third. The quick, skilled forward was the Barbs' leading scorer with 14 goals, and she also had 10 assists this year. The junior will certainly be a favorite for next year's player of the year award.
Frye tallied 14 shutouts this season and allowed just five goals this season, only one of which came during the conference season, while making 105 saves. She was one of the best shot-stoppers in the area.
Kohler racked up seven goals and six assists for the Spartans, who were in the race for the conference championship until the last week of the season.
Miller was one of the most dangerous offensive weapons for the Spartans this season. The senior scored the game-winning goal in Sycamore's 1-0 win over Burlington Central in the Class 3A Sycamore Regional championship.
The Purdue commit is certainly one of the most talented players in the area. Ginther only allowed more than one goal once during the regular season. Because she played behind a stout defense, she didn't always turn heads, but her ability to keep her team in games was always a huge hurdle in the opposing team's gameplan.
Coach Randy Tate called Schumacher “a coach's dream player.” The All-Big Northern Conference forward scored 15 goals and tallied four assists during her senior season.
Frye didn't accomplish those 14 shutouts alone. The senior center back was a huge component of DeKalb's stingy defense.
In her second varsity season, Madden scored 20 goals and 10 assists and was Hinckley-Big Rock's most dangerous attacking threat. The sophomore will be a player to watch in DeKalb County over the next few years.
Sommerfeld was a steady leader for the most surprising team in the area. After leading the team in scoring during the previous two seasons, the senior led a young group to a regional title.
Kaneland had the best goalkeeper in the area, but that wasn't always easy to notice because of defenders like Stryczek. The junior will return to lead a talented back line once again next season.