Below are the 12 graduating, female finalists for the 2015 SCHOPPY Award.

The list includes their name, high school, and where they're heading after they graduate. We've also included a few highlights of their Cape-Atlantic League careers.


Lynn Brown, Buena, Cumberland County College:

1st team all-star in soccer, starter in basketball, 2-time all-star in track


Dana DiRenzo, St. Joseph, St. Francis:

3-time all-star in basketball, 1st team all-star in volleyball


Madie Gibson, Lower Cape May, Monmouth:

4-time all-star & all-South Jersey in soccer, 1st team all-star in basketball, 2-time 1st team all-star in lacrosse


Devon Grisbaum, Ocean City, Vanderbilt:

3-time 1st team all-star in cross country and MOC champion, indoor track MOC champion, 2-time 1st team all-star in track


Lauren Holden, Lower Cape May, Fordham:

4-time 1st team all-star in basketball – 2nd all-time leading CAL scorer


Ariel Magee, Lower Cape May, Chestnut Hill:

Starter in soccer, starter in basketball, 1st team all-star in softball


Lauren McNally, Ocean City, Penn State:

3-time 1st team all-star & all-American in field hockey, starter in lacrosse


Taylor Phy, Oakcrest, Old Dominion:

Starter in cross country, 1st team all star in swimming, starter in crew


Olivia Rulon, Wildwood Catholic, Rowan:

Starter in soccer, 1st team all-star in basketball


Eva Sodaitis, Absegami, Muhlenberg:

Starter in field hockey, 2-time 1st team all-star in basketball, 1st team all-star in lacrosse


Rachel Stremme, Ocean City, Penn:

3-time 1st team all-star in cross country, 1st team all-star & two-time state champion in track


Casey Thomas, Cedar Creek, Holy Family:

Starter in tennis, 2-time 1st team all-star in basketball, 1st team all-star in track