The fall 2013 Main Line high school girls' soccer season produced a number of standout teams and players.

Agnes Irwin (17-4-1) placed second in both the InterAc and the PAISSA state tournament.

Friends' Central was undefeated in the Friends' Schools League.

Other Main Line high school girls' soccer teams that had fine seasons included Academy of Notre Dame, Conestoga, Episcopal Academy, Friends' Central, Harriton, Haverford High and Barrack Hebrew Academy.

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 spots available to first team, second team and honorable mention — but follows the priority of coaches' selections.

What follows are the fall 2013 All-Main Line high school girls' soccer teams:

FIRST TEAM

Phoebe McClernon, Academy of Notre Dame — Sophomore striker, a first team All-Inter-Ac and All-Delco pick, tallied 30 goals and 12 assists in 24 games.

Katie Schneider, Academy of Notre Dame — Senior midfielder and captain, a second team All-Delco and All-InterAc pick, was considered the engine room for the Irish at midfield, feeding the strikers with crucial passes that led to scores. Noted for her speed, stamina, work rate and unselfishness.

Kristin Burnetta, Agnes Irwin — Sophomore forward, a first team All-InterAc pick, scored 31 goals and dished out 10 assists in 22 games.


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Hannah Keating, Agnes Irwin — Sophomore midfielder, a first team All-InterAc pick, scored 17 goals and dished out 21 assists in 22 games.

Claire Micheletti, Agnes Irwin — Sophomore defender, a first team All-InterAc selection, was a key part of a strong Owl defense that carried Agnes Irwin to a standout season.

Gillian Sencindiver, Conestoga — Senior center back and captain was an all-state selection at defender (Pennsylvania Soccer Coaches Association) and a Central League first team pick. She was noted for her fitness (played every minute, including 10 overtime contests) and defense (was Pioneers' Defensive MVP). Took all corners and restarts.

Paige Kozlowski, Conestoga — Junior midfielder/defender and captain, a first team All-Central League pick, was the Pioneers' MVP. Noted for her great vision, speed, versatility and touch. Contributed six goals and eight assists.

Meredith Manley, Episcopal Academy — Senior central midfielder, the All-InterAc MVP and a first team All-Delco pick, scored 12 goals and dished out 13 assists in 24 games. A stellar two-way player who is dominant and relentless on the attack side of the ball, she will play soccer at Amherst next fall.

Jesse Rubin, Friends' Central — Sophomore attacking midfielder, an all-state pick at midfielder (Pennsylvania Soccer Coaches Association), was one of the few sophomores picked to the all-state team. The Friends' Schools League Most Valuable Player, she tallied 10 goals and dished out 12 assists in 18 games.

Emma Dahle, Friends' Central — Senior defender, a first team All-Friends' Schools League pick, was key to the Phoenix's stellar defense (nine shutouts), and shared team MVP honors with all-state pick Jesse Rubin.

Katie Melvin, Harriton — Senior midfield/forward and captain, a first team All-Central League pick, became Harriton's all-time leading points scorer with 72, after tallying 22 goals and six assists in 15 games this fall. Was noted for her ability to take over a game with her athleticism.

Kelly Rogers, Haverford High — Senior goalie, a first team All-Central League selection and first team All-Delco pick, posted 11 shutouts, and during the Fords' 11-game winning streak, she allowed only one goal — in a 2-1 win against West Chester Henderson, in which she made 12 saves.

Laura Slavich Haverford High — Senior midfielder, a first team All-Central League pick and first team All-Delco selection, was considered the engine of the Fords' midfield, which became especially crucial when injuries hit Haverford's forward line.

Olivia Butera, Haverford High — Junior midfielder, a firat team All-Central League selection as well as an All-Delco pick, was a fine all-around performer for the Fords, and was key to their long winning streak and run to the district playoffs.

Victoria Klevan, Lower Merion — Junior forward, a first team All-Central League pick, tallied 17 goals in 18 games and dished out six assists.

Marya Ghazzi, Radnor — Senior midfielder, a first team All-Central League selection, was a standout all-around performer for the Red Raiders. Radnor's MVP provided offense (five assists, two goals) as well as defense.

Michelle Kinka, Villa Maria Academy - Senior striker is the second-leading goal scorer in school history, with 53 goals. Is a three-time AACA first team all-star, and a two-time Hurricanes' Offensive MVP.

SECOND TEAM

Academy of Notre Dame - Alexi Odgers, sophomore defender; Julia Dambly, sophomore striker.

Agnes Irwin — Emily Fryer, sophomore midfielder; Autumn Wedderburn, senior goalie.

Baldwin School — Krista Hinchman, junior center midfielder.

Barrack Hebrew Academy — Lindsay Chevlin, sophomore center midfielder; Tamar Cahana, freshman striker.

Conestoga — Grace Edgarton, junior striker; Megan Woods, sophomore defender/attacker; Alice Regan, sophomore midfielder.

Episcopal Academy — Lauren Repke, junior midfielder; Maria Kilcullen, junior defender.

Friends' Central — Jo Fischer, senior forward; Lorna MacFarlane, freshman defender.

Harriton — Claire Coyle, sophomore goalie; Nikkole Voluck, senior defender.

Haverford High — Jess Lyons, junior midfielder; Josie Schultz, sophomore defender.

Lower Merion — Morgan Buck, senior defender; Danielle Baer, senior goalie.

Radnor — Reilly Masterson, junior midfielder.

Shipley — Liz Denbigh, senior goalie; Hope Roehrs, sophomore forward/midfielder.

Villa Maria Academy - Katie Bettenhausen, senior midfielder; Audrey Fantazzia, freshman defender.

HONORABLE MENTION

Academy of Notre Dame — Kathryn Spaight, senior defender; Ariah Fish, junior midfielder.

Agnes Irwin — Kate White, sophomore midfielder.

Baldwin School — Kahlaa Cannady, freshman defensive midfielder.

Conestoga — Anna Tellefsen, junior forward; Caitlyn Perz, freshman forward.

Episcopal Academy — Kristina Zahan, senior forward; Emma Brumbaugh, senior forward; Molly O'Brien. freshman forward/midfielder.

Friends' Central — Abigael Crowley, junior defender; Lisa Bernstein, junior midfielder.

Harriton — Bailey Ebby, senior midfielder; Hannah Udren, senior midfielder; Annika Iyer, junior defender.

Lower Merion — Abigail Ritterband, sophomore defender; Marissa Shander, junior center half.

Merion Mercy Academy — Tina DiGiacomo, senior stopper/center mid.

Radnor — Julianna Puckette, freshman midfielder.

Villa Maria Academy - Katie Manta, junior midfielder; Jules Bradbury, sophomore striker; Jill Hoban, junior midfielder.

(Note: Archbishop Carroll did not submit a ballot.)