Southern Maryland High School Sports
Sunday, June 13, 2004; Page SM03
A Ashlyn Meerholz, Calvert, Junior
An all-Southern Maryland Athletic Conference selection, Meerholz was one of the Cavaliers' top offensive players with 58 goals and 12 assists.
A Samantha Harrison, Calvert, Sophomore
The team's third-leading scorer was a second-team all-SMAC selection this season as the Cavaliers advanced to the state tournament.
A Caroline Doswell, Calverton, Senior
The team's four-time offensive player of the year had team highs of 58 goals and 26 assists this season. Will play for Denison University in Ohio.
A Marisa Wilson, Calverton, Senior
Was the team's most valuable player and first-team all-league. Will play for Lynchburg College in Virginia next year.
M Pallavi Nadendla, Calvert, Junior
Was one of the Cavaliers' top offensive players and a key component of the Calvert midfield.
M Jeanine Harrington, Leonardtown, Senior
Team captain is a two-time All-Extra and was a first-team all-SMAC selection this season. Will play for Frostburg State.
M Page Christensen, Leonardtown, Junior
Was one of the area's top midfielders, picking up 51 ground balls to lead the Raiders.
M Lauren Niffenegger, Northern, Junior
All-SMAC midfielder was the team's most valuable player after scoring 23 goals and picking up 12 assists.
D Lauren Phelps, Northern, Junior
All-SMAC selection and repeat All-Extra choice was once again a key part of the Patriots' defense.
D Jen Addis, Calverton, Senior
Calverton's defensive most valuable player was chosen first-team all-league. She will attend the University of Pennsylvania.
Jessica Virgin, Calvert; Jenna DeLozier, Leonardtown; Taylor Blades, Calverton.
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