Girls Varsity Soccer
Columbus North freshman Jenna Lang was recognized as a first-team all-state selection on Sunday (Nov. 18) by the Indiana Soccer Coaches Association.
Lang, a midfielder, totaled 43 points on 19 goals and five assists in leading the Bull Dogs to an 11-5-0 season that included a 4-1 mark and second-place finish in Conference Indiana.
The complete ISCA first-team all-state team included – Brianna Arthur, Brebeuf Jesuit; Erin Baker, Carmel; Jenna Chatterton, Noblesville; Nanci Courtaney, Valparaiso; Lyric Green, Wheeler; Morgan Halliwill, Homestead; Elizabeth Hargis, Carmel; Annah Hopkins, Evansville Memorial; Elizabeth Jacobson, Bishop Chatard; Kelsie James, Carmel; Ava Keaffaber, Hamilton Southeastern; Maya Lacognato, Penn; Jenna Lang, Columbus North; Sophia Saucerman, Carmel; Olivia Shaw, Valparaiso; Emily Speidel, Carmel; Jensen Summers, Noblesville; Claire Wilkinson, Hamilton Southeastern.
Also, Wilkinson was chosen state player of the year and Carmel’s Frank Dixon was selected state coach of the year.
Lang previously was voted and first-team all-District 4 by the ISCA and first-team all-Conference Indiana.
Lang is the seventh Columbus North player to be named first-team all-state in girls soccer. Previous honorees were Lindsey Fox (2005), Sarah Dozier (2008), Kayleigh Steigerwalt (2011), Morgan Proffitt (2012), Kenadie Carlson (2013) and Addy Lang (2016).