KANSAS CITY, Mo. (June 27, 2019) – United Soccer Coaches announced on Thursday the High School Scholar All-America Teams for boys and girls soccer during the 2018-19 school year.

A total of 105 players receive High School Scholar All-American recognition, including 40 male student-athletes and 65 female student-athletes. In addition, Winston Churchill High School (Potomac, Md.) forward Jane Olcott and Swansboro High School (Swansboro, N.C.) midfielder Cannon Tootle were named the 2018-19 United Soccer Coaches High School Scholar Players of the Year.

Olcott was named to the 2018 United Soccer Coaches All-America Team after being All-State, All-District and a two-time All-Metro Player of the Year for Winston Churchill High School. She scored 18 goals and recorded 17 assists in her senior year while maintaining a 4.75 grade point average in the classroom. She will matriculate to Villanova University this fall where she has a chance to make an immediate impact for the Wildcats in her freshman season of Division I college soccer.

Tootle was named to the 2018 United Soccer Coaches Boys Fall All-America Team after leading his Swansboro High School team with 12 goals and seven assists in a season cut short due to Hurricane Florence. He was also named the North Carolina State Player of the Year, only the second player ever to be named to this honor from his district. He will continue his education this fall and play Division I soccer at the University of North Carolina Wilmington.

2018-19 Scholar All-America Teams: Boys | Girls

In addition, the 2018-19 High School Boys and Girls Scholar All-Region honorees have also been announced and can be found here: Boys | Girls.

The 2018-19 United Soccer Coaches Scholar All-Americans will be formally recognized during the United Soccer Coaches All-American Ceremony & Reception in conjunction with the 2020 United Soccer Coaches Convention from Jan. 15-19, 2020 in Baltimore, Md. Registration details will be released in the fall.