2012 FALL ALL-MET

Boys’ Soccer

GK Brady Mazzei

Bowie / Sr.

A gifted, acrobatic keeper who capped a stellar four-year career with a .767 save percentage and seven shutouts.

D Tim Nelson

Severna Park / Sr.

Backbone of a defense that recorded shutouts in 13 of 20 games, carrying the Falcons to appearance in 4A title game.

D Wesley Suggs

DeMatha / Sr.

Physical player and core of a defense that gave up just four goals, with 14 shutouts. Will play for Virginia.

D Sam Summerlin

Wootton / Sr.

After leading Patriots in scoring as junior, moved to defense this fall and excelled. Committed to George Washington.

MF Ian Harkes

Gonzaga / Sr.

Repeat All-Met had eight goals and eight assists during Eagles’ dominant run to WCAC title . Will play for Wake Forest.

MF Gregg Hauck

North County / Sr.

The most dangerous player on the field every time he took to the pitch; scored 16 goals to go with seven assists.

MF Brad Martinelli

Marriotts Ridge / Sr.

All-state pick was key contributor on four state championship teams; scored nine goals with 13 assists.

MF Chris Odoi-Atsem

DeMatha / Sr.

Co-WCAC Player of the Year; had a goal or assist in each of Stags’ four games vs. nationally ranked foes. Will play for Maryland.

F Edwin Claros

High Point / Sr.

Returning All-Met was a marked man after terrific junior campaign, but still scored 22 goals for second straight season.

F Matthew Hoy

Wootton / Sr.

Physical nature and terrific acceleration led to 26 goals and 10 assists. Had a goal and an assist in 4A state title win.

F Marcos Moradel

Einstein / Sr.

A pure scorer who poured in 27 goals with three hat tricks and one four-goal game. Considering Temple and Loyola (Md).

Coach of the Year: Doug Schuessler

Wootton

After 18 years at the Rockville school, including 15 as the program's head coach, Schuessler guided the Patriots to an unprecedented run in 2012. As Montgomery County's top scoring and defensive team, the Patriots had their best season in school history, posting a 17-1-1 record and capturing their first Maryland 4A championship.