Top 10 Women College Soccer Players in San Antonio

San Antonio has five universities with women’s soccer programs from NCCA Division I to NAIA. There’s plenty of outstanding student athletes in the city and helping their teams succeed on the pitch. Here’s our take on the 2019 Top 10 women soccer players in San Antonio:

Honorable Mentions:

Camryn Bell – Trinity; 6 Goals 0 Assists

Serena Frank – St. Mary’s; 3 Goals 1 Assists

Number 10

Credit: St. Mary’s

Alexia Maldonado – St. Mary’s; 4 Goals 0 Assists

The Senior from Helotes has scored in two of the last three games for St. Mary’s and has two GW this season.

Number 9 –

credit: OLLU

Jaylin Seto – OLLU; 4 Goals 6 Assists

The Houston native midfielder went on a three game scoring streak capped off by a three assist performance versus Jarvis Christian

Number 8 –

Credit: OLLU

Savannah Hernandez – OLLU 0.79 GAA 40 Saves

The El Paso native has 2 clean sheets only allowing 7 goals in 13 games played. This has been her best year, stat wise.

Number 7 –

Credit: UTSA

Lexi Bolton – UTSA 4 Goals 3 Assists

The Sophomore from Florida is a speedy striker and has continued her success from freshman year.

Number 6 –

Credit: Trinity

Kaity Ward – Trinity; 5 Goals 4 Assists

The Arizona native midfielder has scored in 3 of her last 5 matches and had a two assist game versus Southwestern.

Number 5 –

Credit: UIW

Brooke Hanson – UIW; 5 Goals 7 Assists

The Senior from New Braunfels has been one of the leaders on a team that has surprised many.

Number 4 –

Credit: UTSA

Ellis Patterson – UTSA; 6 goals 6 Assists

The Junior and Austin native, leads UTSA in goals and assists. Has two, 2 goal games. A leader for UTSA

Number 3 –

Credit: OLLU

Dawson Brinkley – OLLU; 9 Goals 2 Assists

The San Antonio native is the leading scorer on a very successful OLLU team. Scored a hat trick versus Texas College.

Number 2 –

credit: Trinity website

Paige Wallace – Trinity; 0.40 GAA 23 Saves

With 9 clean sheets all season, the whole back line is included with Paige. The second Austin native on our list has started in 12 of 13 matches.

Number 1 –

credit: UIW website

Keeley Ayala – UIW; 11 Goals 1 Assist

The Sophomore from Witchita Falls has been tearing up defenses and has been an important part to UIW’s surprising success. A team that had only 3 wins in 2018 has already clinched a conference postseason tournament berth and has surpassed doubling last season’s win count. Keeley has two multiple goal games this season and went on a six game goal streak.


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