NCAA Division I Women’s All-America Teams announced

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (Nov. 29, 2018) – United Soccer Coaches announced on Thursday the 2018 NCAA Division I Women’s All-America Teams on the eve of the College Cup semifinals in Cary, N.C.

A total of 50 players receive All-America recognition this year, including eight repeat All-Americans and South Carolina junior Grace Fisk, who is earning the third All-America award of her career.

This year’s NCAA Division I All-Americans will be formally acknowledged for their accomplishments at the United Soccer Coaches All-America Ceremony & Reception on Jan. 12, 2019 at McCormick Place West Building in conjunction with the 2019 United Soccer Coaches Convention in Chicago.

In addition, the 2018 NCAA Division I Women’s All-Region Teams have been posted in the “Awards Central” section of UnitedSoccerCoaches.org.

2018 NCAA Division I Women’s All-America Teams

First Team

Pos. Name Class School Hometown
K Arielle Schechtman Sr. Georgetown University Del Mar, Calif.
D Alana Cook Sr. Stanford University Far Hills, N.J.
D Ally Prisock Sr. University of Southern California Rancho Cucamonga, Calif.
D Kaleigh Riehl Jr. Penn State University Fairfax Station, Va.
M Samantha Coffey So. Boston College Sleepy Hollow, N.Y.
M Jordan DiBiasi Sr. Stanford University Highlands Ranch, Colo.
M Kelcie Hedge Jr. Santa Clara University Post Falls, Idaho
M Julie James Sr. Baylor University Fairview, Texas
M Victoria Pickett Sr. University of Wisconsin Barrie, Ont.
F Caitlin Farrell Sr. Georgetown University Wallingford, Conn.
F Catarina Macario* So. Stanford University San Diego, Calif.
F Kayla McCoy Sr. Duke University Lincolnwood, Ill.
F Alessia Russo* So. University of North Carolina Kent, England
F Ashley Sanchez So. UCLA Monrovia, Calif.
F Ally Watt Jr. Texas A&M University Colorado Springs, Colo.


Second Team

Pos. Name Class School Hometown
K Kaylie Collins So. University of Southern California Clayton, Calif.
D Grace Fisk** Jr. University of South Carolina London, England
D Olivia Gauthier Sr. University of Memphis Saint John, N.B.
D Alli Klug* Jr. Saint Louis University Webster Groves, Mo.
D Bianca St. Georges Sr. West Virginia University St. Felix De Valois, Que.
M Mikayla Colohan So. Brigham Young University Fruit Heights, Utah
M Emina Ekic So. University of Louisville Louisville, Ky.
M CeCe Kizer* Sr. University of Mississippi Overland Park, Kan.
M Taylor Kornieck Jr. University of Colorado Henderson, Nev.
M Emily Ogle Sr. Penn State University Strongsville, Ohio
M Yujie Zhao Fr. Florida State University Shanghai, China
F Amirah Ali So. Rutgers University Voorhees, N.J.
F Mimi Asom Sr. Princeton University Dallas, Texas
F Deyna Castellanos* Jr. Florida State University Maracay, Venezuela
F Cyera Hintzen* Jr. University of Texas Garland, Texas
F Evdokia Popadinova Jr. Florida Gulf Coast University Hadzhidimovo, Bulgaria
F Bunny Shaw Sr. University of Tennessee Spanish Town, Jamaica


Third Team

Pos. Name Class School Hometown
K Rylee Foster Jr. West Virginia University Cambridge, Ont.
D Julia Ashley Sr. University of North Carolina Verona, N.J.
D Dominique James Jr. University of North Texas Fort Worth, Texas
D Natalia Kuikka Sr. Florida State University Kemi, Finland
D Phoebe McClernon Jr. University of Virginia West Chester, Pa.
D Tegan McGrady Sr. Stanford University San Jose, Calif.
D Meaghan Nally Jr. Georgetown University Herndon, Va.
D Lucy Parker So. Louisiana State University Cambridge, England
D Sam Staab Sr. Clemson University San Diego, Calif.
M Katie Cousins* Jr. University of Tennessee Forest, Va.
M Savannah DeMelo So. University of Southern California Bellflower, Calif.
M Bri Folds Jr. Auburn University Lakeland, Fla.
M Taylor Otto So. University of North Carolina Apex, N.C.
F April Bockin Sr. University of Minnesota Eden Prairie, Minn.
F Haley Hopkins Fr. Vanderbilt University Newport Beach, Calif.
F Raimee Sherle Jr. Boise State University Meridian, Idaho
F Leah Pruitt Sr. University of Southern California Rancho Cucamonga, Calif.
F Evelyne Viens* Jr. University of South Florida L'Ancienne-Lorette, Que.

* Asterisks indicate number of previous All-America selections