2021 - 2022 MISSOURI
GIRLS SOCCER
PLAYER OF THE YEAR
GRACE
BINDBEUTEL
FORWARD
ST. DOMINIC HS
O'FALLON, MISSOURI
SENIOR
HEIGHT: 5-FOOT-4
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HIGHLIGHTED STATS
23
GOALS
11
ASSISTS
74
GOALS (CAREER)
40
ASSISTS (CAREER)
“Grace was one of the most well-rounded players I’ve seen in years. Even as a freshman, she was such a dynamic player and was difficult to defend because of her knowledge of the game and off-the-ball movement. She only got better as her high school career went on.”
Rachel Brcic
Head Coach - head coach of Cor Jesu High

Athletic Excellence


Also the state’s 2019-20 Gatorade Girls Soccer Player of the Year, the 5-foot-4 senior forward led the Crusaders to a 23-3 record and the Class 4 state championship this past season. Bindbeutel scored 23 goals and passed for 11 assists, tallying eight goals and three assists in St. Dominic’s six-game postseason run to the title. A two-time United Soccer Coaches High School All-American selection, she was the 2021 Class 4 Player of the Year and concluded her prep soccer career with 74 goals and 40 assists.

Academic Achievement


Bindbeutel has maintained a weighted 3.64 GPA in the classroom. She has signed a National Letter of Intent to play soccer on scholarship at Oklahoma State University this fall.

Exemplary Character


Bindbeutel has volunteered locally at the St. Charles Pet Adoption Center and the St. Louis Food Pantry. She has also donated her time on behalf of SPENSA, a soccer program for children with special needs.