2021 Player Of The Year: Maddie Goss (Vancouver Victory) – Vancouver native Maddie Goss started every game for the Victory this season scoring four goals and chipping in with eight assists to lead the Washington Timbers/Vancouver Victory franchise to their second Northwest Premier League title. Described by her coach, Joshua Westermann, as one of the hardest workers on and off the field, Goss took care of her teammates and made them better, many times dishing out assists rather than scoring herself. The former Clark College star is now a junior at Warner Pacific where she has already scored three goals in five games for the Knights.
2021 Coach Of The Year: Josh Westermann (Vancouver Victory) – Warner Pacific head coach Josh Westermann took the reins of the newly renamed Vancouver Victory for the 2021 season and built a strong roster and kept a consistent product on the field in a challenging season en route to the NWPL championship. Westermann, a native of Oregon City, Oregon, guided the Victory to a 5-1 record and a commanding +13 goal differential in six games. The National Junior College Athletics Association Hall Of Famer for his playing career at Yavapai College is back at Warner Pacific for his second season in charge of the Knights.
2021 Golden Boot: Paige German & Maddie Goss (Vancouver Victory), Grace Terrill (Yakima United) – Three players share the Golden Boot Award for the 2021 season with four goals apiece. Vancouver’s Paige German and Maddie Goss spread their goal scoring out over the six game season while Grace Terrill did all of her damage in just one game, a four goal performance against Blackhills in week one.
2021 Golden Gloves: Lyric Tinnell (Blackhills), Makenna McClellan & Chantal Reyes (Vancouver Victory) – 2021 saw three shutouts and the Golden Gloves Award goes to three different players. Makenna McClellan and Chantal Reyes each posted one for Vancouver on June 5th and July 17th, respectively. Meanwhile, Lyric Tinnell kept a clean sheet on June 19th in 3-0 win for Blackhills on the road against AC Chehalem Valley.