Annie Bobbitt committed to the University of Florida. Annie was a member of the 2007 and 2009 state championship teams and has spent time with the US National Pool the past two years. She’s also a three time state champion in track and field in the 4x400 relay.
Tyler Law committed to the University of Tennessee. Tyler was also a member of the 2007 and 2009 state championship teams, has scored 65 goals in her St. Johns career (6th all time at St. Johns) and in the ’09 championship game converted two penalty kicks in the state’s longest game ever that went to 14 penalty kicks.
Kaili Torres committed to the University of Virginia. Kaili has been a member of the U17 National Team for both Puerto Rico and the U17 National Team for the United States in the last two years, and was selected as an All American on the “Parade All American High School Team” in 2010. In addition to playing on the 2007 and 2009 state championship teams at St. Johns, she’s a three time state champion in track and field in the 4x400 relay.
Sarah Voigt committed to the University of Notre Dame (current national soccer champions). Sarah has spent time in the U18 National Pool for the US and at St. Johns has allowed only 46 goals in four years. As the starting keeper for the 2009 state championship team, she only allowed a school record nine goals in the season and she holds the school record for shut-outs at 46 in 68 games as well.
The girls are coached by St. Johns alumnus Mike Pickett ’83, a soccer stand-out himself, who lead the Spartans to state championships in 1980 and 1981. He was an All American honorable mention at the University of South Carolina, was drafted by the Cleveland Force of the MISL, and later by the Jacksonville T-Men professional soccer club. He has coached the St. Johns girls soccer team for the past fifteen years and his teams have made seven consecutive Final Four appearances, winning the State Championship title three times.