Four Area Players Vote To TSWA All-State Soccer Team

Monday, December 30, 2013 - by special report to

Four Chattanooga-area players have been vote to the Tennessee Sports Writers Association all-state girls soccer teams.

Making the team in Division II was GPS’ Josie Love Roebuck. Notre Dame’s Mackenzie Needau an Madi Robbins made the A/AA team and Soddy-Daisy’s Miranda Smith was chosen to the AAA team.

TSWA Division II Soccer Team




Emily Whitaker, Sacred Heart

Abbey Fleming, USJ

Cora Turner, St. Agnes

Evey Satterfield, Webb

Hannah Robinson, Webb

Madeline East, St. George’s

Halsey Howard, Webb

Kate Jamison, ECS

Kirstin Robertson, Harpeth Hall

Emily Moseley, Father Ryan




Shelby Williams, USJ

Sierra Anglin, PJP II

Karina Jensen, St. George’s

Lauren Grace Himes, Harpeth Hall

Korrie Sauder, BGA

Josie Love Roebuck, GPS




Brittany Correia, St. George’s

Catherine Cantu, St. George’s

Sissy Frank, St. Agnes

Alyssa Neuberger, Briarcrest

Rachel Giampapa, USJ

Sarah Bossung, Father Ryan




Avery Sippel, ECS

Mary Lauren Moss, Father Ryan


TSWA A/AA Class All-State soccer team



Katy Cisson, Rockwood
Amelia Grizzell, Jackson Christian
Erika Suhrbier, Fairview
Cierra Adams, Montgomery Central
Cheyenne Upton, West Greene
Morgan Mooney, Fairview
Madi Andres, CPA


Molly Dwyer, Knox Catholic
Kate Carney, White House
Lynae Wilder, Greeneville
Caroline Conley
Mackenzie Nedeau, Notre Dame
Mallory Burman, Clarksville Academy


Ashley Hickman, Knox Catholic
Melissa Garvey, CAK
Alana Byrd, Liberty
Madi Robbins, Notre Dame
Summer Chambers, Scott High
Charlotte Sauter, Knox Catholic



Maggie Piety, CAK








Keegan Francis, Knox West

Gabby Little, Houston

Peyton McCollum, Oak Ridge

Karli Paschall, Ravenwood

Kelsey Pearce, Houston

Ashley Seltzer, Bearden

Amber Tanner, Franklin

Miranda Smith, Soddy-Daisy

Megan Woods, Blackman




Abi Argueta, Northeast

Katie Beuerlein, Farragut

Paola Ellis, Houston

Liza Harbin, Franklin

Robyn Pennella, Houston

Gabby Powers, Hardin Valley

Emilie Sloan, Hendersonville




Lizzie Fry, Maryville

Caroline Heavey, Houston

Josie Jennings, Farragut

Kaci Mitchell, Oak Ridge

Karsyn Sewell, Collierville

K.C. Ward, Farragut

Meredith White, Siegel




Jordan Beets, Hardin Valley

Emma Grace Goldman, Oakland

 Jessica Harvey, Franklin

Audrey Sanderson, Ravenwood


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