NFHCA announces 2023 High School All-American teams

Dec 11, 2023 | 2023-2024, High School, News

Sabrina McGroarty, Kingsway High School.

MANAHAWKIN, NJ — The National Field Hockey Coaches Association (NFHCA) proudly unveils a distinguished roster of 48 high school student-athletes who have achieved the prestigious honor of NFHCA All-Americans, sponsored by The LineUp. These exceptional individuals have earned this accolade through their stellar performances throughout the 2023 season. Chosen from a pool of 171 standout student-athletes acknowledged in the 2023 NFHCA All-Region Teams, these elite selections are categorized into first, second, and third teams.

The NFHCA High School All-American announcement is the second of four postseason high school awards celebrated and released by the NFHCA. Subsequent announcements include the NFHCA High School National Academic Squad and the NFHCA High School Senior Impact Team in February 2024. The nomination system for NFHCA academic awards opens to NFHCA member coaches in early January.

Honorees are listed below first by team, then alphabetically by last name.


2023 NFHCA Scholastic All-American Teams

All-American First Team

Reese Anetsberger, Glenbrook South High School (Forward)
Madison Beach, Glenbrook South High School (Midfielder)
Brooke Bettencourt, Norfolk Academy (Midfielder)
Julianna Boon, St. John’s School (Goalkeeper)
Kaitlyn Chang, St. John’s School (Midfielder)
Evangeline Cosse Minnella, West Essex High School (Midfielder)
Coco Courtright, Ann Arbor Skyline High School (Forward)
Jordyn Hollamon, Delmar Middle and Senior High School (Midfielder)
Sabrina McGroarty, Kingsway Regional High School (Midfielder)
Saylor Milone, Academy of Notre Dame de Namur (Forward)
Eva Nemeth, Great Valley High School (Midfielder)
Caroline Raynes, The Kinkaid School (Midfielder, Forward)
Callie Rogers , Collegiate High School (Midfielder)
Katelyn Strawser, Lower Dauphin High School (Forward)
Mary Wordelmann, Kingsway Regional High School (Midfielder)
Shae Wozniak, Conestoga High School (Forward)

All-American Second Team

Erin Callahan, Kingsway Regional High School (Defender)
Paige Cornelius, New Albany High School (Midfielder)
Abygail Deverka, The Kinkaid School (Goalkeeper)
Kristina Johnson, St. John’s School (Forward)
Anna Krebs, Assumption High School (Midfielder)
Zoe Martin, Colorado Academy (Forward)
Dru Moffet, Smyrna High School (Midfielder)
Isabel (Izzy) Morgan, New Trier High School (Midfielder)
Jenna Narleski, Ridge High School (Midfielder)
Ryleigh Osborne, Crofton High School (Goalkeeper)
Riley Savage, The Hill School (Forward)
Sophia Sisco, West Essex High School (Midfielder)
Morgan Snyder, Oley Valley High School (Midfielder)
Megan Spear, Frank W. Cox High School (Defender)
Ashley Stockdale, Darien High School (Midfielder)
Melea Weber, Emmaus High School (Forward)

All-American Third Team

Elizabeth Adams, Norfolk Academy (Midfielder, Forward)
Keely Bowers, Palmyra Area High School (Midfielder)
Jordan Byers, West Perry High School (Midfielder)
Brenna Campagna, Manheim Township High School (Midfielder)
Adelaide Cosse Minnella, West Essex High School (Forward)
Abby Davidson, Shawnee High School (Midfielder)
Mia DiGiulio, La Costa Canyon High School (Midfielder)
Emily Eaton, Covenant Day School (Midfielder)
Kathryn Gauvin, The Moses Brown School (Forward)
Skylar Gilman, Archbishop Spalding High School (Forward)
Lucy Johnson, Cheverus High School (Forward)
Malena Magnana, Floyd E. Kellam High School (Midfielder, Forward)
Molly Nye, Middlesex School (Forward)
Carly Seal, Rancocas Valley Regional High School (Midfielder)
Lauren Sloan, Christian Academy of Louisville (Midfielder)
Maddie Stevens, Twin Valley High School (Goalkeeper)


The NFHCA All-Region/All-American teams are officially sponsored by The LineUp.

The National Field Hockey Coaches Association (NFHCA) is a nonprofit organization serving field hockey coaches and supporters of the game from across the United States. The mission of the organization is to champion, strengthen, and celebrate field hockey coaches and the game. The NFHCA strives to cultivate and recognize the professional contributions of its membership and to foster and promote the growth of the sport. The NFHCA is responsible for providing a recognizable presence and voice in regard to legislation affecting the sport as well as interscholastic and intercollegiate programs.