ST. HENRY SENIOR AMANDA SCHLUETER NAMED UNITED SOCCER COACHES
ALL-AMERICA. FIRST ALL-AMERICAN AT ST. HENRY DISTRICT HIGH SCHOOL
St. Henry senior Amanda Schlueter has been named to the United Soccer Coaches 2022 Fall High School All-America Team. She is the first student-athlete at St. Henry to be named All-America.
Schlueter led the Lady Crusaders this past fall, her first for St. Henry, with 35 goals scored. She ranks 2nd in school history for goals scored in a single season. She is signed to continue her academic and athletic career at The Ohio State University in Columbus, OH, next fall.
Schlueter said, “It is such an honor to be selected to the All- America Team. Playing for St Henry has brought me many new relationships and experiences, and I am extremely proud to represent St Henry soccer. I would like to thank my coaches and teammates for helping me get this opportunity.”
When speaking about Schlueter, Coach Bamberger said, “It’s not often that you get the opportunity to coach an All-American athlete. Their skill set, vision, and game IQ are superior to most they compete against at the high school level. But what is rarer than coaching an elite athlete is coaching one as grounded as Mandy Schlueter. Mandy is an amazingly skilled soccer player who can not be stopped on the field, but she is an even better person and teammate. She is confident and humble, driven as well as kind and considerate, determined and respectful, competitive while having good sportsmanship, focused, and sees the big picture. OSU is lucky to have her, and we at SHDHS see great things in her future!”
Please join the St. Henry Athletic Department and St. Henry District High School in congratulating Amanda Schlueter on being named one of the best soccer players in the nation this fall. Go Cru!