Madeline Fried Named High School Soccer All-American

TRUMBULL—St. Joseph High School, southern Connecticut’s premier college preparatory school, is proud to share that junior student, Madeline Fried, has been chosen to play on the 2019 High School Girls All-America Team by the United Soccer Coaches.

“Maddie is one of the best players I’ve ever coached here at St. Joe’s,” remarked Jack Nogueira, SJ Soccer Coach. “She’s had a fantastic three years, winning a State Championship and an FCIAC Championship. Maddie will be a tremendous asset to Villanova University.”

While at St. Joe’s, Madeline has had a career 64 goals and 43 assists. She has been a part of the All-FCIAC 1st Team (’17, ’18, ’19), All-State 1st Team (’17, ’18, ’19), All-New England (’18, ’19), and All-America (2019).

Madeline has also been named one of CT Post’s Top 15 Players in 2019 and Gametime CT’s Top 25 players in the State of Connecticut. She is also affiliated with the Yankee United FC.

Madeline Fried has committed to play soccer at Villanova University.

About St. Joseph High School

St. Joseph High School is the premier college preparatory school in Southern Connecticut. The school provides a learning environment that embraces the Gospel values of the Roman Catholic faith and promotes a commitment to family and community. SJHS prepares young women and men to realize their potential, helps them to excel in higher education, and provides a foundation to guide them throughout their lives. St. Joseph High School is a member of NCEA, NAIS, NEAS&C.

About United Soccer Coaches

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