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2021-2022 FINAL WINTER RANKINGS

The updated FAB 50 rankings were posted each Tuesday throughout the winter season. The winter season includes teams from the following states: Arizona, California, Florida, Hawaii, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Texas. Rankings are compiled by Prep Network’s Director of Soccer Sheldon Shealer.

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  • 1
    Temecula Valley Temecula Valley, California
    24-1-1*
    Season complete. California SoCal Division I champion. Southern Section Division I champion. School Facts: Public, 2,900 students, grades 9-12. NOTES: Led by CIF Southern Section Division I Player of the Year Natalie Mitchell, Temecula Valley swept the Division I titles on both the Southern Section and SoCal Regional levels. In doing so, the Golden Bears became the first public school to pull off that feat since Aliso Niguel in 2012, a team that also finished No. 1 in the FAB 50. Temecula Valley avenged its only loss by beating Santiago in the Southern Section final. The team capped its season with a 4-1 win over San Marcos in the SoCal Regional final. Mitchell, an East Carolina signee, assisted two goals. Junior Camryn Vehlow scored twice and had one assist.
  • 2
    Southlake Carroll Southlake, Texas
    22-1-4*
    Season complete. Texas 6A state champion. School Facts: Public, 1,350 students, grades 11-12. NOTES: Freshman standout Kennedy Fuller scored three goals and Zoe Matthews added one as Southlake Carroll rolled to a 4-0 state final victory over Rockwall. While the Dragons are an annual power, this program might be heading toward dynasty status. Southlake Carroll started six freshmen and three sophomores in the final. The team's lone senior starter, Hannah Khan, has signed with Trinity University. Juniors Payton Wilkerson (Northern Illinois) and Paige Becker (VMI) have committed. The freshman and sophomore classes are loaded with major college prospects. The Dragons defeated four straight FAB 50-ranked teams to end the season: Allen, Marcus, Westlake, and Rockwall.
  • 3
    Redondo Union Redondo Beach, California
    20-1-0*
    Season complete. California SoCal Division II champion. Southern Section Division II champion. School Facts: Public, 2,755 students, grades 9-12. NOTES: Reese Wroblewski and Alysa Whelchel scored goals three minutes apart in the second half as Redondo Beach rallied for a 2-1 win over Los Osos during the SoCal Division II title. The team was led by Duke commit Mia Minestrella, who was named the Southern Section Division II Player of the Year.
  • 4
    Oak Ridge El Dorado Hills, California
    16-0-3*
    Season complete. California NorCal Division I champion. Sac-Joaquin Section Division I champion. School Facts: Public, 2,470 students, grades 9-12. NOTES: Oak Ridge edged Buchanan in penalty kicks in the NorCal final in a match that was marred by a racial taunting incident that leaves Oak Ridge facing several sanctions over the next two school years. The incident clouds what was an amazing turnaround by this NorCal program that was coming off a 2-4-3 showing during an abbreviated 2020-2021 campaign. This year's team was led by Cal Poly signee Emily Lieber.
  • 5
    Marcus Flower Mound, Texas
    23-2-3*
    Season complete. Texas 6A region finalist. School Facts: Public, 3,060 students, grades 9-12. NOTES: Marcus' season ended with a 2-0 loss to Southlake Carroll. Marcus posted two wins over league rival and Top 25-ranked Flower Mound. The Marauders also defeated Keller in the playoffs before meeting Southlake Carroll.
  • 6
    Creekside St. Johns, Florida
    19-3-1*
    Season complete. Florida Class 7A state champion. School Facts: Public, 2,260 students, grades 9-12. NOTES: Sophomore Avery Robinson scored twice and Cincinnati signee Paige McSwigan added the clincher as Creekside defeated Cypress Bay in the Florida 7A final. Creekside lost twice to Bartram Trail during the season by a combined 8-0 margin, then upset the defending two-time state champs 3-2 to advance to the final eight in Florida. North Florida signee Brenna Robinson was named Miss Soccer by the Florida Coaches Association.
  • 7
    Bartram Trail St. Johns, Florida
    18-1-0*
    Season complete. Florida Class 7A region semifinalist. School Facts: Public, 2,660 students, grades 9-12. NOTES: Bartram Trail's bid for a third straight state title -- and a run at FAB 50 No. 1 -- ended with a 3-2 loss to rival Creekside in the playoffs. Bartram Trail won two earlier meetings between the North Florida powers by a combined 8-0 margin. Bartram Trail's roster featured North Florida signee Reese Radecki, Jacksonville State signee Bailey Dean, Florida Atlantic commit Olivia Bori, College of Charleston commit Emma Revels, and Texas A&M commit Grace Ivey.
  • 8
    Keller Keller, Texas
    17-2-5*
    Season complete. Texas 6A region semifinalist. School Facts: Public, 3,075 students, grades 9-12. NOTES: Keller's season ended with a 2-0 loss to Marcus in the region semifinals. Keller's only other loss was to eventual state champion Southlake Carroll. The Indians tied Hockaday School during an early season tournament and tied Southlake Carroll in midseason. The team had a 13-match undefeated streak between its two losses.
  • 9
    Hockaday School Dallas, Texas
    17-1-2*
    Season complete. Texas Southwest Preparatory Conference champion. School Facts: Private, 1,100 students, grades K-12. NOTES: Hockaday School ends the season with its highest-ever FAB 50 ranking. The team is part of the Southwest Preparatory Conference, which generally doesn't offer the depth and competition of TAPPS and UIL. However, this Hockaday team delivered when it mattered. The team's only loss was to No. 2 Southlake Carroll. The squad tied No. 8 Keller. In addition, Hockaday defeated TAPPS Division I state champion John Paul II.
  • 10
    Flower Mound Flower Mound, Texas
    13-5-3*
    Season complete. Texas 6A regional quarterfinalist. School Facts: Public, 3,615 students, grades 9-12. NOTES: Flower Mound, the defending state champion and FAB 50 champion, saw its season end with a 2-1 loss to Marcus. Flower Mound is part of a loaded District 6-6A field which includes Marcus, FAB 50-ranked Hebron and regionally ranked Coppell. Even non-playoff qualifier Plano West spent time in the FAB 50 this season. Flower Mound's crowning moment of 2022 was knocking off then FAB 50 No. 1-ranked Prosper in the playoffs.
  • 11
    Prosper Prosper, Texas
    19-1-2*
    Season complete. Texas 6A Bi-District runner-up. School Facts: Public, 3,450 students, grades 9-12. NOTES: Prosper was cruising along as FAB 50 No. 1 team until losing to Flower Mound in the Bi-District meeting, which is the first round of Texas' 128-team state tournament series. Both ties on Prosper's record were shootout wins. Prosper defeated 5A state runner-up Grapevine 4-1. The team also had victories over FAB 50-ranked Allen, McKinney Boyd, and Vandegrift.
  • 12
    Allen Allen, Texas
    21-3-3*
    Season complete. Texas 6A regional semifinalist. School Facts: Public, 5,100 students, grades 9-12. NOTES: Allen's season ended with a 1-0 loss to eventual state champion Southlake Carroll. The Eagles finished second in the district behind Prosper. The team had two wins over Coppell and split with FAB 50-ranked McKinney Boyd during the regular season before beating Boyd in the playoffs.
  • 13
    Wakeland Frisco, Texas
    23-1-4*
    Season complete. Texas 5A state champion. School Facts: Public, 2,100 students, grades 9-12. NOTES: Bella James scored in the 95th minute as Wakeland stunned FAB 50-ranked Grapevine 3-2 in the state final. Wakeland, a perennial 5A title contender, trailed Grapevine 2-0 with only 10 minutes remaining in regulation. Cori Cochran, MVP of the state final, then scored twice about 4:30 apart to send the game to OT.
  • 14
    Highland Park Highland Park, Texas
    24-1-2*
    Season complete. Texas 5A region runner-up. School Facts: Public, 2,150 students, grades 9-12. NOTES: Highland Park's season ended with a 3-1 loss to eventual state champion Wakeland. Highland Park defeated 6A state runner-up and FAB 50-ranked Rockwall late in the season. The team also had a playoff win over FAB 50-ranked Frisco.
  • 15
    Los Alamitos Los Alamitos, California
    19-6-5*
    Season complete. California SoCal Division I semifinalist, losing to Temecula Valley. Southern Section Division I semifinalist. School Facts: Public, 3,125 students, grades 9-12. NOTES: Los Alamitos simply could not get past top-ranked Temecula Valley. Los Al lost the first meeting between the teams in a mid-December tournament. Los Al then lost in the section semifinals to Temecula Valley 1-0 in overtime and again eight days later in the SoCal regional semifinals. The Griffins defeated Harvard-Westlake in the section playoffs and tied Corona Saintago early in the year. Navy signee Amelia Abusham and Marisa Salazar were Southern Section Division 1 all-CIF selections.
  • 16
    San Marcos San Marcos, California
    17-6-4*
    Season complete. California SoCal Division I runner-up. San Diego Section Open champion. School Facts: Public, 3,425 students, grades 9-12. NOTES: Ava Paolini converted a penalty kick in the final minute, but the outcome was long sealed as San Marcos' season ended with a 4-1 loss in the SoCal Regional Division I final. San Marcos won the San Diego section and on the way to the regional final knocked out Top 25 ranked Villa Park. Junior Gabrielle Prych was named the San Diego Section Player of the Year. Northeastern signee Vanessa Linke was a first-team pick and Oregon State Madison Paolini was a second-team selection.
  • 17
    Point Loma San Diego, California
    12-5-5*
    Season complete. California SoCal Division I semifinalist. San Diego Section Open runner-up. School Facts: Public, 1,900 students, grades 9-12. NOTES: Point Loma's last two losses were in shootouts to San Marcos. The first occurred in the San Diego Section final, then less than a week later, Point Loma again was edged by San Marcos in PKs in the SoCal regional semifinals. Point Loma edged Corona Santiago in the regional quarterfinals. Sisters Caitlin and Corrine Wilson were first-team all-San Diego sections and both have signed with UC San Diego.
  • 18
    Corona Santiago Corona, California
    22-3-3*
    Season complete. California SoCal Division I quarterfinalist. Southern Section Open runner-up. School Facts: Public, 2,900 students, grades 9-12. NOTES: Santiago, after finishing as the Souther Section runner-up to Temecula Valley, was upset by Point Loma in the SoCal Regional quarterfinals. The team was led by a trio of All-CIF Southern Section first-teamers: CS Fullerton signee Kaitlyn Taylor, senior Haley Clark and sophomore Krystal Medina.
  • 19
    Northwest Rankin Flowood, Mississippi
    22-1-2*
    Season complete. Mississippi Class 6A state champion. School Facts: Public, 1,680 students, grades 9-12. NOTES: Led by junior prospect KK Morris, Northwest Rankin won the Class 6A final over Clinton 2-0. Morris ended the season with nearly 30 goals. In the state quarterfinals, Northwest Rankin stunned previously undefeated Gulfport 2-1 in overtime.
  • 20
    Gulfport Gulfport, Mississippi
    20-1-1*
    Season complete. Mississippi Class 6A state quarterfinalist. School Facts: Public, 1,660 students, grades 9-12. NOTES: Gulfport offered one of the most stacked rosters to ever come out of the Southeast region. The team rolled through the regular season, which included a 4-1 thrashing of eventual Louisiana state champ St. Mary's Dominican, before falling to Northwest Rankin in the state quarterfinals. The team was led by Ole Miss signee Kate Smith and also featured NC State commit Mary Frances Symmes, along with Southern Mississippi commits Abby Badurak and Laylah Johnson.
  • 21
    Villa Park Villa Park, California
    19-5-2*
    Season complete. California SoCal Division I quarterfinalist. Southern Section Division I semifinalist. School Facts: Public, 2,300 students, grades 9-12. NOTES: After New Year's, Villa Park was unstoppable -- until its final two matches. The team saw a 13-match undefeated streak end with a 2-1 Southern Section semifinal loss to Corona Santiago. Then, in the opening round of the Southern Regional, Villa Park lost to eventual runner-up San Marcos 1-0. In the postseason, Villa Park handed Claremont its only loss of the year. The team also defeated FAB 50-ranked Buchanan. Senior Paige Calif has signed with Pittsburgh. Junior Jessica Ramnirez has committed to Arizona. Both were first-team all-Southern Section selections.
  • 22
    Harvard-Westlake Studio City, California
    13-2-4*
    Season complete. California Southern Section Division I quarterfinalist. School Facts: Private, 1,600 students, grades 7-12. NOTES: Harvard-Westlake's season ended with a 2-0 loss to Los Alamitos in the Southern Section Division I quarterfinals. After being one of the top teams in the nation last year, this year's squad had to play without two of its Youth National Team stars and still ended among the Top 25. Daniela Quintero, a two-sport standout, and freshman Victoria Pugh were named to the Southern Section Division I all-CIF first team.
  • 23
    Mariner Cape Coral, Florida
    22-3-0*
    Season complete. Florida Class 5A state champion. School Facts: Public, 1,550 students, grades 9-12. NOTES: Brooke Yount and Gloria Quintanilla scored the goals that carried Mariner to a 2-0 victory over Naples in the 5A state final. The team lost twice to North Fort Myers (once on penalty kicks) and once to Naples then avenged those losses with playoff wins over those teams. Considering all six Mariner all-state honorees are underclass players, this team figures to be strong again in 2022-2023.
  • 24
    North Fort Myers North Fort Myers, Florida
    16-1-1*
    Season complete. Florida Class 5A regional semifinalist. School Facts: Public, 1,875 students, grades 9-12. NOTES: Led by Florida Atlantic signee Michelle Horan, North Fort Myers rolled to an undefeated season until a playoff loss to Mariner. During the regular season, North Fort Myers defeated 6A state runner-up Lourdes and 5A runner-up Naples. In addition, North Fort Myers had two wins over the eventual 5A champ Mariner before the teams' third meeting.
  • 25
    Claremont Claremont, California
    20-1-1*
    Season complete. California Southern Section Division I Round of 16. School Facts: Public, 2,400 students, grades 9-12. NOTES: Claremont's undefeated run ended with a 1-0 loss to Villa Park in the section playoffs. Before that setback, Claremont had allowed only five goals in its first 21 matches. Seattle signee Bella Bonnett led the team in goals.
  • 26
    McKinney Boyd McKinney, Texas
    18-4-2*
    Texas 6A region quarterfinalist, losing to Allen.
  • 27
    Frisco Frisco, Texas
    19-2-1*
    Texas 5A region semifinalist, losing to Highland Park.
  • 28
    Grapevine Grapevine, Texas
    23-3-1*
    Texas 5A state runner-up, losing to Wakeland.
  • 29
    San Clemente San Clemente, California
    9-2-8*
    California Southern Section Division I quarterfinalist, losing to Temecula Valley.
  • 30
    Cathedral Catholic San Diego, California
    21-3-2*
    California San Diego Open quarterfinalist.
  • 31
    Buchanan Clovis, California
    20-3-2*
    California NorCal Division I runner-up, losing to Oak Ridge. California Central Section Division I champion.
  • 32
    Capistrano Valley Mission Viejo, California
    17-2-5*
    California Southern Section Division I Round of 16.
  • 33
    Mountain View Mountain View, California
    22-1-1*
    California NorCal Division I semifinalist, losing to Oak Ridge. California Central Coast Section Open champion.
  • 34
    St. Francis Mountain View, California
    15-2-5*
    California NorCal Division I semifinalist, losing to Buchanan. California Central Coast Section Open runner-up.
  • 35
    Carondelet Concord, California
    20-2-2*
    California NorCal Division I quarterfinalist, losing to St. Francis. California North Coast Section champion.
  • 36
    Monte Vista Danville, California
    13-1-4*
    California North Coast Section quarterfinalist.
  • 37
    Dominican New Orleans, Louisiana
    28-1-1*
    Louisiana Division I state champion.
  • 38
    Leigh San Jose, California
    21-1-2*
    California NorCal Division II champion. California Central Coast Section Open runner-up.
  • 39
    Etiwanda Rancho Cucamonga, California
    18-2-4*
    California Southern Section Division I quarterfinalist, losing to Corona Santiago.
  • 40
    Webb Schools Claremont, California
    20-0-0*
    California SoCal Division V champion.
  • 41
    Rockwall Rockwall, Texas
    22-4-2*
    Texas 6A state runner-up, losing to Southlake Carroll.
  • 42
    Ridge Point Missouri City, Texas
    26-1-0*
    Texas 6A state semifinalist, losing to Rockwall.
  • 43
    Clovis North Fresno, California
    20-4-1*
    California NorCal Division I quarterfinalist, losing to Mountain View. California Central Section Division I runner-up.
  • 44
    Bakersfield Liberty Bakersfield, California
    19-1-2*
    California Central Section Division I semifinalist, losing to Clovis North.
  • 45
    Kamehameha-Kapalama Honolulu, Hawaii
    11-1-0*
    Hawaii Division I state champion.
  • 46
    Westlake Austin, Texas
    20-4-0*
    Texas 6A state semifinalist, losing to Southlake Carroll.
  • 47
    Reagan San Antonio, Texas
    22-2-4*
    Texas 6A region runner-up, losing to Westlake.
  • 48
    Bishop Moore Orlando, Florida
    18-3-2*
    Florida Class 4A state champion.
  • 49
    Vandegrift Austin, Texas
    15-3-4*
    Texas 6A Area runner-up, losing to San Antonio Reagan.
  • 50
    Xavier College Prep Phoenix, Arizona
    10-3-3*
    Arizona Class 6A state champion.

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