Although the COVID-19 pandemic put the 2020 Main Line high school girls’ soccer season at risk of cancellation, the local squads were able to play a limited schedule, and leading the way among the teams that posted winning records were Lower Merion (12-0, Central League champions), Conestoga (7-3-2), Radnor (8-4), Archbishop Carroll (8-4 overall, 5-1 Catholic League), Villa Maria Academy (8-4) and Agnes Irwin (3-2).
The All-Main Line high school girls’ soccer teams are selected by the coaches. Because Main Line Media News covers 19 high schools, the Main Line Media News sports staff limits the number of sports available to first team, second team and honorable mention – but follows the priority of the coaches’ selections.
What follows are the 2020 All-Main Line high school girls soccer teams:
Alyssa Hardin, Agnes Irwin – Senior striker was the Owls’ Most Valuable Player, and was a potent offensive player, scoring seven goals in five games.
Kiley Mottice, Archbishop Carroll – Junior forward, a first team All-Catholic League selection, was a dominant force up top, scoring 15 goals in 12 games for the Patriots this fall.
Nikki Cashin, Archbishop Carroll – Senior goalie, a first team All-Catholic League netminder, recorded five shutouts among the Patriots’ eight wins; also made 85 saves in 12 games.
Taylor Levinson, Baldwin School – Senior defensive central midfielder is considered a strong ball winner on the ground with tackles and in the air, and a very technical and skilled dribbler and passer for a player that is tall. Noted for her composure under pressure and smart decisions.
Abby Klebe, Conestoga – Junior center forward, a first team All-Central League selection, was a prolific offensive threat, scoring 12 goals in a dozen games and dishing out several assists.
Reese Henderson, Conestoga – Senior center defender, a first team All-Central League selection, anchored a defense that posted six shutouts and allowed only eight goals this fall.
Allie Bush, Episcopal Academy – Senior goalie, the Churchwomen’s Most Valuable Player in 2020, was a standout in the net this fall, making numerous tough saves (including penalty kicks). Was first team All-Inter-Ac goalie as a junior.
Ashley Wald, Harriton – Senior midfielder, a second team All-Central League selection, was valued for her creativity on the ball, her work ethic and her contributions on both offense and defense.
Brooke Snopkowski, Haverford High – Senior center back, a repeat first team All-Main Line and first team All-Central League selection, is considered the Fords’ defensive savior, noted for her speed and toughness. Dished out two assists from long set pieces.
Maya Masotti, Lower Merion – Senior midfielder, the Central League’s co-Most Valuable Player and a repeat first team All-Main Line selection, tallied 12 goals in a dozen games for the Central League champions, dishing out four assists. A three-time All-Central performer and a former all-state selection, Masotti is a University of Massachusetts commit.
Audrey Brown, Lower Merion – Senior goalie, a repeat first team All-Main Line and All-Central League selection, recorded seven shutouts and a 0.41 goals-against average for the Central League champions. Brown is a University of Cincinnati commit.
Elly Slensky, Lower Merion – Sophomore midfielder, a first team All-Central League selection, was a strong all-around performer for the Central League champions, and added scoring punch as well (three goals, three assists in 12 games).
Sophia Hubbard, Radnor – Senior defender, a first-team All-Central League selection, was the anchor of the Raiders’ defense and a consistent presence amid a frequently changing lineup due to injuries. Noted for her steadiness, reliability, physicality and toughness, she rarely loses 1v1 battles.
Emily Daiutolo, Radnor – Junior midfielder, a second team All-Central League pick, was moved to center midfield this fall after filling in as a standout center back in 2019. Combines excellent athleticism with standout field awareness. Contributed three goals while starting Raiders’ attack from the defensive mid role.
Kaelyn Wolfe, Villa Maria Academy – Sophomore midfielder, an AACA All Star, scored 11 goals with 4 assists in 10 games. Wolfe was named the Hurricanes’ Offensive Most Valuable Player.
Peyton Coron, Villa Maria Academy – Junior midfielder and co-captain, an AACA All-Star, was a productive all-around performer for a strong Hurricane squad, and added scoring punch as well (three goals and two assists in 10 games).
Academy of Notre Dame – Izzy Casale, senior midfielder/attack/striker; Claire Pinnie, senior attack/striker.
Agnes Irwin – Cami Micheletti, senior defender.
Archbishop Carroll – Keri Barnett, senior forward; Regan Duzy, junior center mid.
Baldwin School – Rani Bleznak, senior goalie.
Conestoga – Sophie Koziol, senior center midfielder; Kristi Dirico, senior outside midfielder; Haleigh Wintersteen, junior center defender/center back.
Episcopal Academy – Bella Piselli, junior midfielder.
Harriton – Lexy Calhoun, senior goalie.
Haverford High – Jessica Miller, senior center mid.
Lower Merion – Roberta Moger, junior defender; Hannah Blodget, junior forward; Ellie Ward, senior center back.
Merion Mercy Academy – Caroline Sack, senior goalie.
Radnor – Kate Boujoukos, junior midfielder; Jane Daiutolo, junior forward.
Villa Maria Academy – Maddie Catania, sophomore goalie; Maddy George, senior defender.
Academy of Notre Dame – Megan Mackey, senior goalie; Hannah Jackson, senior midfielder.
Agnes Irwin – Liza Richardson, senior midfielder; Belle Fusco, junior midfielder.
Archbishop Carroll – Kayla DeMola, senior center back; Ella Wright, sophomore center mid.
Baldwin School – Ellie Capuano, senior outside midfielder.
Episcopal Academy – Maya Niamoli, sophomore forward; Kendal Ellison, junior midfielder.
Harriton – Emma Moureaud, freshman midfielder; Ariel Katz, freshman midfielder.
Haverford High – Mackenzie Lacey, junior striker; Paige Snell, junior center mid/forward/defender.
Lower Merion – Grace Downey, sophomore forward; Lilly Garton, senior center defender.
Merion Mercy Academy – Mary Kate Lopresti, junior attacking midfielder; Natalie Coughlin, senior center midfielder.
Villa Maria Academy – Delaney Dobra, sophomore midfielder; Bella Carlucci, senior striker; Carly Catania, freshman striker.
– Eddie Levin contributed to this article.
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