Sixty SEI Soccer Stars Named To ISCA Academic All-State Team

The Lawrenceburg Lady Tigers had 14 academic all-state selections.

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INDIANAPOLIS - Sixty high school soccer stars from southeastern Indiana have earned Academic All-State honors. 

The Indiana Soccer Coaches Association announced Tuesday its 2021 Boys and Girls Soccer Academic All-State Teams. 

Lawrenceburg's girls soccer team had the most selections of any area school with 14. 

East Central led the way on the boys side with 10 academic all-state selections. 

Criteria for inclusion on the Academic All-State Team includes:

  • Player must be in their Junior or Senior year
  •  Player must maintain: 3.7 or better (4.0 scale) for Seniors & Juniors
  • These Standards are accumulative, not just 1st Quarter of this year
  • Players must be Varsity rostered.
  • Players DO NOT have to be starters however they should be regular contributors in your matches

See a list of local Academic All-State selections below. 

 

2021 ISCA Boys Academic All-State 

Batesville (2): Nathan Reder, Thomas Hartman

East Central (10): Joseph Black, Reid Calwell, Brett Finesman, Matthew Hornbach, Sean Martin, Samuel McFee, Adam Miller, Will Packer, Riley Smith, Evan Wilhelm

Franklin County (1): Juan Simancas

Lawrenceburg (5): Jason Cosby, Asher Gentry, Luke Mollaun, AJ Nelson, Jared Whitelock

Oldenburg Academy (3): Luke Meyer, Josh Newman, Eli Waggoner

Rising Sun (1): Ethan Warr

 

2021 ISCA Girls Academic All-State

Batesville (5): Jenna Honnert, Calley Kaiser, Olivia Knueven, Lily Meyer, Betsy Reidy

East Central (6): Addyson Arnult, Lily Crouse, Julia Tiemann, Makenzie Vignale, Erika Wells

Lawrenceburg (14): Mackenzie Bennett, Katera Brayton, Mary Brewington, Cambria Clawson, Emma Dunn, Jenna Martini, Ella McAndrew, Elle McMullen, Chloe Meyer, Ryleigh Offutt, Lucy Thorton, Abbie Watkins, Hannah White, Jayden Wilson

Oldenburg Academy (9): Ashley Borgman, Anna Carballo, Madelyn Henry, Anna Hudepohl, Jalyn Stenger, Evelyn Storms, Kate Walke, Alyssa Wanstrath, Emma Weberding

Rising Sun (4): Allison Bailey, Josie Bell, Madelyn Bovard, Kieran Groover

 

 

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