Jack Harrison of Massachusetts wins Gatorade National Boys Soccer POY
Jack Harrison, a senior midfielder for Berkshire School in Massachusetts has been named the Gatorade National Boys Soccer Player of the Year for 2014-2015. The Wake Forest commit and two-time Gatorade State Player of the Year scored 16 goals and assisted his teammates on 27 others during his final high school season.
Harrison led the Bears to a 19-2-1 record and a second straight New England Prep School Athletic Council Class A championship this past season. One of two players nationally to be chosen as an All-American by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America for both high school and club soccer play, Harrison was also the 2014 Boston Globe All-Scholastic Prep School Offensive Player of the Year. He concluded his prep soccer career with 44 goals and 65 assists.
Via USA Today High School Sports, which assisted Gatorade in the announcement:
“I’m was shocked and I’m a little overwhelmed,” said Harrison, 18. “I’m very familiar with who’s won this before me. I’ve looked up the names online and it’s an incredible honor. I’m so appreciative and none of this would have happened without my teammates, my mom, my coach and this school.”