Max Falb (Latin)
Falb could be primed for a breakout season in 2013, giving the Romans hope
that they will be a much improved squad after last year's sectional
quarterfinal round exit.
Cole Hamilton (Glenbrook South)
Hamilton should prove to be a valuable offensive weapon for a strong
Titans' team that has their sights set on a CSL title in 2014.
Will Kohr/Michael Krueger (New Trier)
The Trevians like what they see in Will Kohr and Michael Krueger, a pair
of sophomores who should play a large role in helping the team reload
after the state quarterfinalists lost the majority of their starting
lineup from 2013.
Trevor Prince (Loyola)
The Ramblers' defense will rely on talented goaltender Trevor Prince to
take over the reins from Kyle Strobel; he allowed less than five goals per
game as the JV starter and also put in 15 goals as a field player for the
varsity squad in 2013.
Genna Curry (Oak Park)
Curry was recently cleared to play for the Huskies after making the shift
across town from Fenwick. The OPRF sophomore netted 18 goals in her
initial season and should add to an already loaded Huskies' lineup.
Argelia Diaz (Wheeling)
The Wildcats' sophomore could make a tremendous impact on the defensive
end as she looks to replace Kat Dobrowski in the defensive-hole position.
Fairie Hughes (Whitney Young)
The Dolphins receive a huge boost from the return of Fairie Hughes, who
missed the entire 2013 season due to injury after a promising 2012 campaign.
Nikki Neumann (Prospect)
Neumann, a junior, will be one of the Knights' key offensive weapons as
they look to challenge for the top spot in the MSL East.
Lauren Wood (Vernon Hills)
Vernon Hills will rely heavily on the offensive production of goalscorer
Lauren Wood to build on last May's
victory over Deerfield.