Future Soccer Stars Awards

2016 Future Soccer Stars
The St. Louis Soccer HOF is honoring the following "Future Soccer Stars" ...




Kirsten Davis

One of the premier players in the St. Louis area, Kirsten is currently a senior at Westminister Christian Academy, who has already committed to Texas Tech. A three time All-Metro and All-State recipient, (two times first team ), along with being named 2016 Class 3 Co-Player of the year and an NSCAA All-American designate. Kirsten has scored 119 goals in 63 games with her senior year still to go. Starting with the Lou Fusz Soccer Club, Kirsten now plays for the Scott Gallagher Soccer Club winning the North American Cup Championship in 2016. Kirsten has been called into the USA Women National Team camp on five different occasions starting with the Under 18 and currently with the Under 20 Team. KIRSTEN IS UNABLE TO ATTEND THIS EVENING, SHE IS WITH THE UNDER 20 NATIONAL TEAM IN BELFAST, NORTHERN IRELAND.



Scott Caraway
The family moved to St. Louis from Victoria, Texas and began playing in the St. Charles Youth Soccer Association, then to Mid-Rivers Soccer Club, then a move to the Lou Fusz Soccer Club where he began playing his current goalie position. In 2016, Scott and his coach since his arrival in St. Louis, moved to Sporting St. Louis. Lafayette Lancer senior, Scott was the starting goalie for his freshman and junior- varsity teams. In his junior year, Scott was named starting varsity goalie that ended 2015 with a 23-1-1 record allowing only 10 goals with 15 shut-outs. An 89 % save rate and was 5-0 in tie game Shootouts for his junior season. Scott was selected 1st Team Suburban West and 2nd Team All-State in 2015. He also received the Crown Trophy athlete of the month of September of 2015.




Colin Hilpert

Colin hails from Rockwood Summit H.S. and a member of the Scott Gallagher Soccer Club with a Missouri State Championship, is a special kind of player. Colin is already giving his talents back to the community, he can be found at every session as a volunteer to the SPENSA Soccer Program. At Rockwood, Colin has been a four year varsity starter and 2 year team captain. He has been awarded second team Suburban All- Conference in 2013 & 2014, first team All-Conference and All -District in 2015, second team All-State 2015. Colin was selected Team MVP in 2015 and holds the school record for assists. Colin has committed to play at SIU Edwardsville next year.



Angel Ikeda
Angel is a four year varsity starter at Francis Howell Central and team captain, Angel helped lead the team in 2015 to Conference and District Championships and a Class 4 semi-finalist for the first time in the schools’ history. In 2015, Angel was awarded second team All-Conference and first team All-Conference in 2016. Class four All-Regional and All-Metro and All-State in 2016. Angel was voted Most Improved player in 2015 and 2016 and in 2014 Best Defensive player at Francis Howell Central. She was also awarded Best Performance goal by STL Today in 2016. As a member of the Lou Fusz Soccer Club since 2014, Angel has worn the captain arm band and the team is currently ranked third in the state. The team won Lou Fusz Tournament championships in 2014 & 2015. Missouri State semis in 2015, CASL Champions in 2015 along with SE College and Scott Gallagher Showcase finalist in 2015. Angel has committed to play at SIU Edwardsville next year.

PREVIOUS HONOREES:

Men: 2015 Abdulah "Ado" Jahic and Alec Solverud;
2014 Sam Peterson and Kyle Weinrich;
2013 Tommy Barlow and Mark Segbers
2012 Brian Hall and Jeff Hopson; 2011 Louis Berra and Jacob Weiser
2010 Alec (A.J.) Cochran and Robbie Kristo; 2009 Logan Ream, John Roeckle and Sito Sasieta
2008 Dan Frohock, Mike Robson and Nick Sanchez

Women: 2015 Anna Frick and Madison Meador;
2014 Maddy Pokorny and Madeline Cowell; 2013 Ciarra (C.J.) Fitter and Kaley Nieters
2012 Jade Klump and Cristina Rodriguez; 2011 Maddie Friedmann and Kailey Utley
2010 Michelle Auer and Courtney Young; 2009 Breanna Beine, Kelly Gravlin and Tiffany Laughlin
2008 Maggie Baumann, Allison Hu and Jenn Tucker