Notre Dame women's soccer: Andrews honored again

Staff reports
ND Insider

For the second consecutive year, Notre Dame incoming freshman midfielder Morgan Andrews has been selected as the Gatorade National High School Girls Soccer Player of the Year.

The Milford, N.H., product is the first soccer player of either gender, as well as the ninth student-athlete in any sport, to be chosen as a two-time recipient of the national honor during the award’s 28-year history.

Among the eight other two-timer winners are LeBron James (boys basketball, 2002-03), Candace Parker (girls basketball, 2003-04), Marion Jones (track and field, 1991-93), Greg Oden (boys basketball, 2005-06) and Brandon Knight (boys basketball, 2009-10).

Andrews is the nation’s No. 1-ranked high school player in the Class of 2013 and was a three-time Gatorade New Hampshire High School Player of the Year, as well as the 2012 National Soccer Coaches Association of America High School Player of the Year. She piled up 114 goals and 53 assists (both school and conference records) during her four-year career at Milford High School.