University of Tennessee recruit Taylor Huff named National Girls Soccer Player of the Year
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — Incoming University of Tennessee soccer recruit Taylor Huff was named National Player of the Year by the United Soccer Coaches, as the association announced its award winners and All-Americans for the 2020 fall high school season on Wednesday.
Named Ms. Soccer by the Ohio Scholastic Soccer Coaches Association, Huff finished her career for Madison Comprehensive High School as a four-time All-American after leading the Lady Rams to an unbeaten season and a Division II state championship in 2020. The Lucas, Ohio, native finished her senior campaign with 34 goals and 27 assists, giving her 133 career goals and an OHSAA state-record 93 career assists.
Tennessee signee Jenna Chatterton was also recognized as an All-American by the United Coaches for the second time in her career. The midfielder out of Noblesville, Indiana, led her high school squad to an unbeaten 17-0-1 season as a senior and was recently named the 2020 Indiana Girls Player of the Year by the Indiana Soccer Coaches Association.
Huff and Chatterton are part of an eight-member signing class that was announced last month by Tennessee head coach Brian Pensky. The group was rated as a top-20 class in the country by TopDrawerSoccer.com, ranking 17th overall and second among programs from the Southeastern Conference.
Girls High School America Teams were revealed.
Tennessee Soccer unveiled its signing class.
Ole Miss signed 7 incoming freshmen.
Liberty University signed a transfer from Tennessee.
The University of Richmond signed 5 recruits.