StoneBridge standout named NCSAA All-American

Published 9:17 pm Friday, July 24, 2009

Anna Curfman of StoneBridge School in Chesapeake was selected to the 2008-09 NCSAA (National Christian School Athletic Association) All-American Girls Soccer Team earlier in July.

Curfman is one of 18 girls in the nation selected to the NSCAA team. The NCSAA is a national organization with approximately 250 member schools. Each year the NCSAA selects members to its All-American Team from nomination forms it receives from members.

A 2009 graduate of StoneBridge, Anna received great acclaim for her success on the soccer field during her high school career. Highlights include being selected for the 2008 NCSAA Girls High School Scholar All-America Team, receiving the 2009-2010 Metro Conference Scholar Athlete Award (recipient must participate in at least two varsity sports and maintain a 3.2 GPA), and being named 2009 Metro Conference Player of the Year.

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Curfman will play soccer at James Madison University. She will be the first female StoneBridge student to play collegiate soccer at the NCAA Division I level.