Three Summit athletes get All-America honors

Three Summit athletes get All-America honors

Seniors Ravin Alexander, left, and Harrison Schertzinger, right, were selected by United Soccer Coaches as All-Americans. Senior Mimi Stines, center, was selected to play in the High School All-American Game on Dec. 2.

United Soccer Coaches on Monday named Ravin Alexander and Harrison Schertzinger, both seniors at The Summit Country Day School, to the girls’ and boys’ All-America teams.

 

Separately, Summit girls senior goalkeeper Mimi Stines played in the fifth annual High School All-American Game on Dec. 2 in Orlando, Fla. She was the only Cincinnatian selected for the game and one of five in Ohio.

 

Ravin and Harrison were among six student athletes in the Tristate to receive the honor following a stand-out season in which four area soccer teams won state soccer championships in Division I, II and III, including both the boys’ and girls’ teams at The Summit.

 

A forward, Ravin was named Miami Valley Conference (MVC), all-Southwest Ohio, Division III Southwest Ohio and Division III Ohio Player of the Year. She was chosen to play in the Senior All-Star game. She was named to the MVC first team, first team all-Southwest Ohio District (third selection) and all-Ohio first team (second selection). She was also named to the 2017 United Soccer Coaches Fall Girls High School All-Central Region Team (for the second time). She has verbally committed to play soccer at the University of Louisville.

 

A defender, Harrison Schertzinger was named MVC, all-Southwest Ohio, Division III Southwest Ohio Player of the Year and Division III Player of the Year. He was named MVC first ream and all-Ohio first team. He was named to the 2017 United Soccer Coaches Fall Boys High School All-Great Lakes Region Team. Harrison was also named an All-American this past spring in lacrosse. He is believed to be the first Summit athlete to be named all-American in two different sports. Along with his twin brother, Henry, Harrison signed to play lacrosse at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill. 

 

Goalkeeper Mimi Stines was MVC first team, all-Southwest Ohio and all-Ohio first team (for the second time). She was chosen to play in the Senior All-Star game. She was named to the 2017 United Soccer Coaches Fall Girls High School All-Central Region Team. She has verbally committed to play soccer at the University of Dayton.

 

Players on this year’s United Soccer Coaches High School All-America Teams will be honored at the All-America Luncheon on Jan. 20, 2018, at the Pennsylvania Convention Center during the 2018 United Soccer Coaches Convention.