Here is this year's 2018-19 Greater Akron girls soccer all-star team, as selected by the Akron Beacon Journal and Ohio.com sports department.

Alli King, Twinsburg, Junior

King helped lead Twinsburg to a 16-0-0 regular season, a Suburban League National Conference championship, Division I district and regional titles and to No. 22 in the USA Today national rankings. The Tigers season ended at 21-1-0 in a state semifinal against Strongsville, the eventual state runner-up to Beavercreek. She earned All-Ohio honors with 27 goals, including game winning goals against Solon (twice), Aurora, Mentor, North Royalton, Olmsted Falls, Wadsworth, Hudson and Medina – ranked No. 1 in Ohio.

Maia Ransom, Copley, Junior

Ransom earned All-Ohio honors in Division I and led Copley (8-5-4) in scoring with 18 of the squad’s 29 goals, including seven game-winners, and two assists. The Indians reached a district semifinal in 2018. She has 33 goals and eight assists in three seasons.

Halle Rogers, Walsh Jesuit, Senior

Rogers is an All-American and All-Ohio defender. She started four seasons with Walsh winning Division I state championships in 2015 and in 2016, a district title in 2017 and a sectional crown in 2018. Walsh went 21-0-1, 22-1-0, 18-1-1 and 17-2-0 with Rogers in the lineup.

McKenna Donahue, Twinsburg, Senior

Donahue earned four varsity letters and helped guide Twinsburg to a 16-0-0 regular season, a Suburban League National Conference championship, Division I district and regional titles and to No. 22 in the USA Today national rankings. The Tigers finished 21-1-0 in a state semifinal against Strongsville, the eventual state runner-up to Beavercreek. She earned All-Ohio honors with 18 goals, including game-winners against Jackson twice.

Jordan Barnhart, Wadsworth, Senior

Barnhart started for four seasons as goalkeeper for Wadsworth, which had an 11-4-4 record this year and advanced to a Division I district final against Medina. She was a four-year captain, an All-Ohio selection and finished her career with 25 shutouts. The Grizzlies went 13-3-1 and 11-7-0 in the previous two seasons with Barnhart in goal.

Jordan Manley, Hudson, Senior

Manley had 14 goals and five assists this season to lead Hudson (12-5-2) to a Division I district final appearance against Twinsburg. She received All-Ohio recognition, and also scored the goal in Hudson’s 1-0 win over Walsh Jesuit in a district semifinal.

Julia Effinger, Revere, Senior

Effinger earned All-Ohio honors in Division II and led Revere to a 12-4-5 record and a regional final appearance in 2018 for the first time in program history. She had four goals and four assists as a senior. Revere compiled a 40-27-11 record in Effinger’s four seasons as a starter and won two district titles.

Kenzie Spodnik, CVCA, Senior

Spodnik earned All-Ohio honors in Division II and led CVCA to PAC 7 championships in 2017 and 2018. She had 13 goals and 18 assists as a senior on a 9-7-2 team, and concluded her Royals career with 42 goals and 55 assists.

Morgan Pentz, Walsh Jesuit, Junior

Pentz led Walsh to a North Coast League Blue Division championship, a Division I sectional title and a 17-2-0 record as a junior. She had 22 goals and 11 assists in 2018 with seven game-winning goals and four game-winning assists. She also contributed to the Warriors district title and 18-1-1 season in 2017.

Miriam Szijarto, Archbishop Hoban, Sophomore

Szijarto is an emerging talent at Hoban with 30 goals and 10 assists in two years of varsity action. Her play as a forward has helped the Knights reach the second round of the Division I tournament twice, and post records of 11-6-2 in 2017 and 12-4-1 in 2018.

Faith Estes, Green, Junior

Estes scored 15 goals and had eight assists as a junior for a Green team that recorded a 6-6-6 record and reached the second round of the Division I tournament. The Bulldogs went 9-9-1 during Estes sophomore season with a district semifinal appearance.

Elizabeth Oberhaus, Highland, Sophomore

Oberhaus played several positions and led Highland to a 13-5-0 record with 11 goals and four assists. The 13 victories are a program record, and the Hornets also shutout a program record 10 teams en route to the second round of the Division I tournament.