Stone Bridge / Sr.
Two-time All-Met led the Bulldogs to three straight state semifinals with a school-record 1,252 career kills. Will play for Rider.
O'Connell / Sr.
WCAC player of the year and first-team all-state selection carried the Knights' attack with 549 kills. Will play for Villanova.
Holy Cross / Sr.
Four-year starter propelled the Tartans to their first WCAC title with 349 kills, 22 blocks and 52 aces. Will play for Central Florida.
Loudoun County / Jr.
Tremendous all-around talent led the Raiders to a fifth Va. AA title in six years with 274 kills and 257 digs. Committed to Navy.
MB/OH Kristen Larrick
Walter Johnson / Sr.
Clutch hitter had 246 kills to lead the Wildcats to their first Md. state tournament berth since 1992. Will play for William & Mary.
Arundel / Sr.
Imposing net presence led Anne Arundel County with 45 blocks and helped propel the Wildcats to their second straight 4A final.
Oakton / Sr.
Northern Region player of the year guided the Cougars to their first Concorde District title with 689 assists and 72 aces.
South County / Sr.
Relentless defender and skilled passer led the Stallions to the Patriot District title with 573 digs, 66 kills and 45 aces.
Coach of the Year Carrol Anderson
Armed with a rotation that featured six sophomores and only one senior, the 10th-year coach guided the Huskies to a 30-2 record and back to the top of the area's private school ranks. Flint Hill captured its fourth Independent School League and Virginia Independent Schools Athletic Association championships in five seasons and the school's third City Title since 2009.