Keyenna Altizer (Princeton, jr., M/F): Coach Ed Young said the junior was a “huge workhorse with a lot of energy” playing center mid and forward, and “stuck out in the field.” She scored nine goals with four assists.
Jenna Grimmer (Princeton, fr., HB): The freshman halfback had a strong rookie season, putting in five goals with assists, before being sidelined with a late-season back injury.
Michelle Kelly (Princeton, sr., M/F): The 2013 Player of the Year was always a threat to score, knocking in 12 goals from the forward and mid positions.
Kelly Schmidt (Princeton, sr., K): The 2014 Player of the Year was the last line of defense for the Tigresses, recording 14 shutouts on goals this season, one shy of the school record.
Liz Stites (Princeton, sr., D): Provided the senior leadership in the PHS defense and played a key position on the left side being a left- footed kicker.
Michaela Strom (Princeton, so., D): The sophomore grew into her position in the middle of the defensive line and played an important role.
Eliza Young (Princeton, so., M/F): The sophomore mid/forward led PHS in points with 11 goals and four assists.