Super Y League Golden Glove winners announced for 2019 season
Meredith Fisher and Nicolas Molineus have respectively been named the girl’s and boy’s 2019 Super Y League Golden Glove winners.
Both young goalkeepers were the anchors at the back for their teams, and both teams will be headed to Super Y League Finals in Tampa this December.
Fisher plays for The St. James FC Virginia U13, and put on some lights-out performances between the posts this summer. With tremendous diving and leaping range, she kept seven clean sheets and allowed just 0.55 goals per game.
“I am honored to receive the Golden Glove award from the Super Y League,” said Fisher. “It is great playing Super Y for FC Virginia in the summer because I can keep up my goalkeeping skills while playing the game I love.”
Molineus was a star for Bethesda SC U14 throughout the season, not allowing a single goal in eight games played. His size and athleticism help him cover a lot of ground in the net and make him difficult to score against.
“I would like to acknowledge the great work of my defense, and the entire team as good defense starts with forwards, in helping the team keep a clean sheet,” said Molineus.
Super Y League has announced the Golden Boot winners for the 2019 season, an award given to the top goal scorers across all age divisions on the boys and girls sides.
United Soccer Coaches and USA Today High School Sports released the latest boys and girls regular season soccer polls in the USA TODAY/United Soccer Coaches Super 25 Fall Rankings.
For the first time in 2019, the Bethesda Premier Cup will feature three weeks of competition, as the prestigious event adds a dedicated weekend for the younger age groups and moves to standalone weekends for the boys and girls college showcase divisions.
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