Harvey is Northern’s all-time leader in saves (288), save percentage (.864) and shutouts (21). During her three seasons, the Huskies went 39-8-2, were area champions in 2006 and region champions in 2007.
• Moreland, a senior and captain at Frankfort, gave the Falcons solid play both offensively and defensively at her midfield position.
A first-team All-State pick after leading the Falcons to the state tournament, Moreland was the area’s fifth-leading scorer with 18 goals, five assists and 41 points in 18 games for a 2.27 average.
Also first-team All-AMAC, Moreland was ninth in the conference in scoring with four goals and a 1.33 average.
• Anderson, a senior midfielder and captain at Southern, led the Rams to a solid season that included a 9-6 overall record and third place in the AMAC at 4-2.
She repeated on the first team after getting seven goals and two assists for a 1.14 average, good for 13th best in the area.
Also first-team All-AMAC, she ranked eighth in the conference in scoring, getting four goals and an assist in six games for a 1.50 average.
• Wilkinson, like Fratz and Fazenbaker, was a high-scoring sophomore and led the Rams in scoring for the season and in conference play.
She ranked seventh overall in the area with nine goals and eight assists for a 1.75 per-game scoring average.
Also first-team All-AMAC, Wilkinson finished fifth in the conference in scoring with six goals and one assist in six games for a 2.16 mark.
• Czapski, a senior forward, emerged as one of the area’s top scorers in leading Bishop Walsh to an 8-10-1 season.
Czapski ranked sixth among all area players in scoring with 14 goals and two assists for 30 points and a 1.76 per-game scoring average.
Czapski was also named to the All-City team.
• Evans, a senior midfielder, excelled in leading the Bishop Walsh defense, which allowed one goal or less in eight of its games.