Andre, who attended high school in Massachusetts and played soccer and lacrosse at Division III Ursinus College, previously served four seasons as the junior varsity coach at the Alexandria private school. She will join St. John’s as a full-time employee, coordinating the Northwest school’s new iPad program and assisting with its website, according to Athletic Director Tom Veith.
“She has an unbelievable resume,” Veith said.
Zoe Stukenburg and Alex McKay of Marriotts Ridge discuss making the All-Met team and going to the University of Maryland next year.
St. Stephen’s/St. Agnes attack, Carly Reed has committed to play lacrosse at UNC next year. Midfielder, Besser Dyson, and defender, Wyatt Whitley, will both play at UVA next year.
Andre takes over a squad that has made strides in recent seasons to get to the middle of the pack in the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference. The Cadets went winless in conference play in 2011 but have posted a total of 16 victories combined over the past two seasons. This year, junior Nicolette Crisalli finished among the area’s scoring leaders with 96 goals in 18 games for a team that went 7-10-1.
“I think St. John’s College High is doing a great job moving forward in a lot of different areas,” Andre said. “They’re progressive. They have great leadership. There’s a lot in their future that’s positive, and I think that will help me sell the school and the program.”
The Post Top 10
St. Stephen’s/St. Agnes went wire-to-wire at No. 1 behind repeat All-Met Player of the Year Carly Reed, who finished with 475 career goals. . . . Marriotts Ridge closed the season with a convincing victory over Century in the Maryland 3A/2A final behind three goals and six assists from All-Met Zoe Stukenberg. . . . Broadneck bounced back from an 0-2 start to win its first state title since 2003. . . . Madison averaged nearly 19 goals per game en route to its second Virginia state crown in three years.
1. St. Stephen’s/St. Agnes (29-1) LW: 1
2. Georgetown Visitation (21-2) LW: 2
3. Marriotts Ridge (18-1) LW: 4
4. Good Counsel (17-3-1) LW: 3
5. Broadneck (18-3) LW: 9
6. South River (15-3) LW: 5
7. Madison (20-1) LW: NR
8. Mount Hebron (14-3) LW: 6
9. Severn (9-7-1) LW: 7
10. Spalding (12-8) LW: NR
Bubble: Bishop Ireton (17-6), Sherwood (16-1), Langley (17-6)
Dropped out: Westfield, Severna Park
Girls | Boys
Girls | Boys
Madison claims second Virginia state title in three years | Photos | Video
Broadneck cruises past Sherwood for Maryland 4A/3A title | Photos
Marriotts Ridge downs Century to take Maryland 3A/2A title | Photos
St. Stephen’s/St. Agnes wins another ISL-AA title | Video