Spalding / Jr.
Massachusetts commit posted 11 shutouts and sparked Cavaliers to shootout win in IAAM-A final vs. rival McDonogh.
Holy Cross / Sr.
Three-time WCAC first-team pick led a defense that allowed 11 goals in 16 games. Will play at Delaware.
Sidwell Friends / Sr.
Anchored a back line that allowed one goal or less in 18 of 20 games and scored five goals. Will play at Rutgers.
D/MF Jordyn Brock
Good Counsel / Sr.
Crucial on offense and defense, Virginia Tech recruit helped the Falcons record 14 shutouts and also assisted on six goals.
MF-D Emily Hester
National Cathedral / Sr.
Anchored the middle as the Eagles won 16 games on the way to ISL-AA and DCSAA titles. Had eight goals and eight assists.
O’Connell / Sr.
Elon recruit teamed with Morgan Reuther on one of area’s top offenses. Tallied 14 goals and 22 assists for WCAC runner-up.
Sherwood / Sr.
Factored in more than 60 percent of team’s scoring with 16 goals and 32 assists. Will play for Maryland.
Flint Hill / Sr.
Florida State recruit had 20 goals and seven assists in 17 games. Captain of Jamaica U-20 national team.
South River / Jr.
Tallied 29 goals and six assists, helping the Seahawks to the Maryland 4A title. Scored in the state final win over B-CC.
O’Connell / Sr.
WCAC co-player of the year led Knights in scoring each of past four years. Virginia recruit had 33 goals, 14 assists this fall.
River Hill / Sr.
Scored team-high 22 goals as Maryland 3A champion Hawks finished 19-0. Committed to Syracuse.
Coach of the Year: Brian Song
The eighth-year coach picked up his fourth state title, guiding the Hawks on an unbeaten run that finished with a 1-0 overtime win over C.M. Wright in the Maryland 3A final. After an early playoff exit in 2011, River Hill cruised to its record eighth state title, outscoring its opponents 79-6 in 19 games. Song is 126-15-4 in his career, with four Howard County titles.