The 5-foot-10, 165-pound senior forward led the Sallies to a 17-1 record and the Division I state championship this past season. Wallace scored 21 goals and passed for eight assists, tallying both goals in Salesianum’s 2-1 win over Appoquinimink High in the state title game. An All-American selection by United Soccer Coaches, he won four state championships in four years at Salesianum.
Wallace has maintained a 3.64 GPA in the classroom. He has signed a national letter of intent to play soccer on scholarship at St. Joseph’s University beginning this fall.
Wallace has volunteered locally as a youth soccer coach and he has donated his time to multiple community-service initiatives through his school. “What makes Bryce so gifted is that he combines natural ability with an intense work rate and dedication,” said Scott Mosier, head coach of Salesianum School. “He is a tremendous player.”