Chase Collegiate’s Sarah McCauley, has been named a Boston Globe New England Preparatory School Athletic Council (NEPSAC) All-Scholastic and was also selected as the Prep-Private All-Scholastics co-MVP in Soccer. The MVPs of each sport are chosen by NEPSAC coaches.
Still in her junior year, McCauley has shattered previous school records. This year, she tallied 79 goals and 25 assists, more than doubling the previous record of 39 goals on the year. She also broke the school’s careerscoring record with a total of 123 goals. In November, McCauley was part of the sixteen year-olds Region I national selection at the U.S. Soccer’s Inter-regional Event in Boca Raton, Florida. “This is an event riddled with college coaches and national staff coaches,” said Chase Collegiate Soccer Coach Adam Allerton. “It was the backdrop for a week of training and competing to see which region is top in the country.” Although scoreless into halftime, the Region I team came back resilient in the second half, carrying out a 4-1 over Region III, with McCauley scoring one of the goals.
She has also been part of the CT All-New England team and was a Gatorade Player of the Year Runner Up. McCauley is preparing for the Elite Club National League, one of the top clubs in the country. She also will be spending 19 days competing in Russia on the Region I team in March. “She has succeeded at the high school level,” says Coach Allerton “She will be just as successful at the national level.”
Chase's Girls' Varsity Soccer finished their season undefeated, captured the HVAL League Championship and then, after a tough game, lost 2-1 against Montrose in the NEPSAC semi-finals.