The Summit Country Day School’s senior girls’ soccer player Mimi Stines will play in the fifth annual High School All-American Game on Dec. 2 in Orlando, Fla.
Mimi is one of 40 girls soccer players from across the country invited to play in the game. The senior goalkeeper, who will play on 2017 East All-American team, is the only Cincinnatian to be selected, and one of five Ohioans.
All players selected are seniors who have finished their high school careers and represent their high school teams during their fall season. Each player has received regional and national awards, and will attend top universities in America. Mimi has not yet signed but has made a verbal commitment to the University of Dayton.
Mimi is the first Summit player invited to play in this game. She is the recipient of multiple awards, including Miami Valley Conference first team, all-Ohio Academic, all-Ohio first team, Cincinnati Enquirer all-star, team MVP and team captain. She is also the career record holder in shutouts with 30.5, consecutive shutouts with eight, win percentage at 87.5 percent and has won 16 tournament games, the most in school history.
“Mimi has worked incredibly hard to put herself in this position to be playing in a game amongst the elite high school soccer players from across the country,” said Mike Fee, Summit girls’ soccer varsity head coach. “We are thrilled that she is representing her family, our school and soccer program in this event.”