Brooke Honeycutt a Trenton High School Varsity Soccer Player for her 4 years at Trenton High School has been awarded the 2020 Michigan High School Soccer Coaches Association Distinguished Senior Award!
Way to Go Trenton’s Girls Soccer #29! This award is well deserved for your 4 years of hard work, leadership, focus, positive impact on other players and what you brought to field everyday we played!
Oakland University Womens Soccer is getting a program changing player!
This was from the MIHSSCA Board Members:
The Michigan High School Soccer Coaches association understands the impact Covid-19 has placed on our soccer community and our nation during this unprecedented time. We as an association would like to honor the high school seniors that strived for excellence during their soccer careers.
In recognition the coaches association is pleased to have the opportunity to present Brooke Honeycutt from Trenton High School with the Distinguished Senior Award based on past honors, leadership, career achievements and overall significant contributions to high school soccer in the state of Michigan and/or your school’s program. This distinction will be the single highest honor awarded by the Michigan High School Soccer Coaches Association for the spring of 2020.
Coach Micheal Hatfield nominated you for this award, in part, for being able to demonstrate your skill on the soccer pitch, as well as other qualities that you brought to your school’s program in your career that benefitted soccer in the state of Michigan. Coach Micheal Hatfield informed the MIHSSCA: Brooke is a Captain and has gone above and beyond to help organize social media group activities.
Congratulations on accepting this well deserved honor, the MIHSSCA board appreciates everything you have accomplished for high school soccer. Best wishes in your future endeavors.