Checking up on 2012-13 All-Met Girls’ basketball


Notre Dame guard Lindsay Allen (15) and Maryland guard Lexie Brown (4) vie for the ball during a Final Four game on Sunday in Nashville. (Associated Press/John Bazemore)

Yesterday, we checked up on the 2012-13 All-Met boys’ basketball team to see how the former DMV high school standouts fared in their first year on the college courts. Now, we’ll do the same with the 2012-13 girls’ All-Met basketball team

Girls’ Basketball 2012-13 first team

Player of the Year: Lindsay Allen, St. John’s

As freshman seasons go, you can’t ask for much more than the one Lindsay Allen put together for national runner-up Notre Dame this season. Allen played the third-most minutes on the Fighting Irish squad, sliding into the point guard role, undeterred by the pressure of a nearly undefeated season and the pressure of filling the decision-making role in the Irish backcourt left by Skylar Diggins. Allen averaged 6.2 points per game while dishing 150 assists and grabbing 49 steals.

First Team: Tasia Butler, North Point

The versatile 6-1 guard played five minutes a game for Syracuse this season, grabbing 13 rebounds in limited time.

First Team: Amanda Fioravanti, Good Counsel

Fioravanti played in eight games for the University of Virginia this year, scoring 12 points in 32 minutes for the Cavaliers before declaring her intention to transfer. She transferred to St. Joseph’s this semester, and will continue her collegiate basketball career with the Hawks.

First Team: Natalie Butler, Lake Braddock

Natalie Butler was the only player on Georgetown’s roster to play in all the Hoyas’ 32 games this season. She led the Hoyas in minutes and finished third in scoring with just fewer than 14 points per game, averaging a double-double with 13.3 rebounds per game. She also blocked 59 shots and dished 61 assists on her way to Big East Freshman of the Year honors.

First Team: Breyana Mason, Forest Park

Mason turned in a strong debut season for the University of Virginia, playing in 30 games and starting 14. She averaged 3.5 points and more than an assist per game for the 14-7 Cavaliers.

Fist Team: Lindsey Spann, Good Counsel

Spann tore her ACL during a Penn State summer workout and didn’t play for the Nittany Lions this season while working towards her recovery.

First Team: Alexis Smith, Calvert

Calvert County’s all-time leading scorer played in 28 games and averaged 16.1 minutes as a freshman guard for Drexel this season. She averaged 6.1 points per game for the Dragons.

Check out the 2013-14 All-Met Winter teams here

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