2012 Spring All-Met


Chris Brugge

Langley / So.

Shot 4-over 74-74 — 148 at Twin Lakes to win Virginia AAA Northern Region title. Fired team-record 66 early in season.

Brent Bubes

Landon / So.

Had seven rounds under par as Bears went 15-0 and won IAC title. Placed second in IAC tourney and tied for first in Metros.

Maclain Huge

Middleburg Academy / Sr.

Repeat All-Met defended VISAA Div. 2 title with 6-under 66. Medaled in all but one match all season. Will play for Virginia Tech.

Luke Malanchuk

Gonzaga / Jr.

Was 8-0 in match play for WCAC and Metro team champions, averaging 39 shots for nine holes. Was third in Metros with 69.

Chris Navarro

Spalding / Fr.

Set MIAA scoring record with three-round total of 214 to win league tourney. Led Cavaliers to first unbeaten regular season.

Tyler Silberberg

Wilde Lake / Jr.

Shot back-to-back even par 71s to rally over the final nine holes to win the Maryland boys' championship.

Elyse Smidinger

Arundel / Sr.

Repeat All-Met ran away from field to win second consecutive Maryland girls' title by nine strokes. Will play for Denver.

Sam Stilwell

Dominion / Jr.

Shot career-best 5-under 66 to rally and win Virginia AA title. Placed third in AA Region II. Led Titans to Dulles District title.

Robbie Yosaitis

The Heights / Jr.

Led Potomac private school to 7-1 record. Averaged 36.5 strokes per nine holes. Posted low score in 5 of 6 matches.

Coach of the Year: Al Berg


In 16th season, guided McLean school to undefeated campaign and Liberty District, Northern Region and Virginia AAA titles. Has guided Saxons to 11 district titles and two region championships while compiling 110-14 match record. Retired two years ago from teaching and now commutes from Richmond to coach.

Player bios by Josh Barr - The Washington Post. Photos by Toni L. Sandys/The Washington Post.
Published June 10, 2012.