Ryan Walker-Hartshorn, Sr., Bishop O'Dowd -- A Stanford-bound U.S. national under-18 team pool player, Walker-Hartshorn led the Dragons to a second consecutive North Coast Section Division II championship and a 25-2-1 overall record.
Franny Cerny, So. Berkeley -- A dynamic attacker, Cerny scored 17 goals to help the Yellowjackets advance to the NCS Division I semifinals, where she scored twice against Monte Vista.
Miranda Nild, So., Castro Valley -- Nild led the Trojans in scoring with 31 goals and nine assists. She had two clutch goals in the Trojans' come-from-behind 2-1 win over Bishop O'Dowd in a West Alameda County Conference-Foothill Division game.
Alexa Vandevanter, Sr., San Ramon Valley -- The Cal-bound center midfielder was MVP of the East Bay Athletic League. A U.S. under-17 national team pool player, she had eight goals and three assists and set up the winning goal in a 1-0 victory over Monte Vista in the NCS Division I championship.
Mallory Hromatko, So., Monte Vista -- Hromatko spurred the Mustangs' late-season surge. She scored in the NCS Division I semifinal against Berkeley, where the Mustangs rallied for a tie and prevailed in penalty kicks.
Stephanie Zuniga, So., Bishop O'Dowd -- The left-footed playmaker had a key role in the Dragons' march to a second consecutive NCS Division II title, scoring the clinching goal in a 4-3 win in penalty kicks over Piedmont in the final.
Rachel Feldman, Sr., California -- The Navy-bound star overcame an ankle injury to lead the Grizzlies to the NCS quarterfinals, where she played well in a 2-1 loss to San Ramon Valley. After starting the season on defense, she spurred the attack after being switched to midfielder.
Julia Reshke, Jr., Campolindo -- The MVP of the Diablo Foothill Athletic League, the versatile Reshke had 10 goals and 10 assists in leading the Cougars to the league title.
Lynsey Hromatko, Sr., Monte Vista -- A Cal-bound player and Mallory Hromatko's older sister, Lynsey is a strong tackler who reads the game well and makes accurate passes. She was a member of the 2012 High School Girls All-Region VIII team.
Carlin Hudson, Jr., Berkeley -- Hudson, an outstanding center back, helped take the Yellowjackets to new heights with her versatile style and mature defending.
Jamie VanHorn, Jr., San Ramon Valley -- A towering and nimble presence on the area's top back line, VanHorn helped the Wolves outscore four opponents in the playoffs by a combined 9-1.
Lauren Holden, Sr., California -- The Oregon-bound Holden, now a three-time all East Bay selection, backed an inexperienced defense with several spectacular saves. She stopped two penalty kicks in one match against San Ramon Valley.
Forwards -- Andie Boehm, Jr., Amador Valley; Morgan Idso, Sr., San Ramon Valley; Megan Reid, Jr., Miramonte; Jacky Scharff, So., College Park
Midfielders -- Myra Delgadillo, Jr., James Logan; Ariana Zamora, So., Monte Vista; Melissa Urena, Sr. American; Haylie Grant, So., Heritage
Defenders -- Allie Dutto, Sr., San Ramon Valley; Kayla Utley, Sr., Castro Valley
Goalkeeper -- Lexi Nicholas, Jr., Amador Valley
Forwards -- Brooke Rittmann, Sr., Granada; Daisy Bonilla, Sr. Ygnacio Valley; Defenders/Midfielders -- Alyssa Alarab, Sr., San Ramon Valley; Audrey Walke, Sr., Livermore; Defenders -- Haley Chow, Sr., Amador Valley; Hannah Koski, Sr., San Ramon Valley; Haley Lukas, Jr., Foothill; Ashley Christiansen, Sr., Carondelet; Darby Nordin, Sr., Bishop O'Dowd; Precious Akanyirige, Jr., Foothill; Goalkeeper -- Sophie Leksan, Sr., Campolindo.