DeMatha / Sr.
With his quickness, vision and savvy passing, Albrecht was the centerpiece of one of the area's most dangerous and dynamic offensive teams ever. The Stags scored a Maryland-record 110 goals and the creative center midfielder played a direct role in nearly 40 percent of them, scoring 10 goals and adding a Maryland-record 30 assists to lead DeMatha to a perfect 24-0 record and its first WCAC title since 2005. Will play for St. John's.
Magruder / Sr.
Turned in 10 shutouts and allowed just 12 goals in 19 games to lead Colonels to Maryland 4A state championship.
Georgetown Prep / Sr.
Versatile player with great vision and passing can run the show from back line or midfield. Also had eight goals. Will play for Duke.
Tuscarora (Md.) / Sr.
Anchored a defense that gave up more than one goal in a game just twice all season. Will play for Towson.
Gonzaga / Sr.
Had eight goals and six assists to help lead Eagles back to WCAC title game for 11th consecutive year. Will play for Loyola (Md.)
Reservoir / Jr.
Scored 12 goals and added seven assists and was the central figure in leading the Gators to their first Maryland 3A title.
Northern / Sr.
Was most dynamic player for Patriots, scoring 10 goals with 18 assists to lead team to Maryland 3A runner-up finish.
Marriotts Ridge / Sr.
Creative midfielder was driving force for Mustangs, scoring nine goals with five assists to lead team to second straight 2A title.
Episcopal / Jr.
Skillful natural finisher had 19 goals and eight assists to lead Maroon to third straight perfect regular season.
DeMatha / Sr.
Dynamic, rangy forward helped lead the Stags to the WCAC title with 22 goals and 11 assists. Will play for UC Irvine.
Urbana / Sr.
Gifted finisher broke school record with 23 goals and added 10 assists to lead Hawks to 4A final appearance.
Arundel / Sr. (no picture available)
Led team to undefeated county season and county title with 17 goals and three assists. Will play for Messiah College.
Fifth-year coach guided the Mustangs to a 52-4 record over the past three seasons, including back-to-back Maryland 2A championships. Over that span, the Mustangs have averaged nearly three goals per game and allowed more than two goals in a game just three times, outscoring opponents 174-32.
|D||Alex Driessen||Wilde Lake||Sr.|
|D||Matt Madigan||Paul VI Catholic||Sr.|
|D||Dan Spencer||Walter Johnson||Sr.|
|MF||Thomas Krug||River Hill||Sr.|
|MF||Pilawe Pato||Watkins Mill||Jr.|
|F||Michael Glazer||Marriotts Ridge||Sr.|
Goalkeepers: Austin Fiedler, Clarksburg, Sr.; Ryan Huddleston, St. Stephen's/St. Agnes, So.; Reed Milbrath, Sandy Spring Friends, Sr.; Cody Niedermeier, Broadneck, Jr.; Danny Sherrin, DeMatha, Sr.; Nick Voyton, River Hill, Jr.
Defenders: Zach Coberly, Chesapeake, Sr.; Chris Dryhurst, Northern, Sr.; Ryan Konstanzer, Reservoir, Sr.; C.J. Loving, Paul VI Catholic, Sr.; Daniel O'Keefe, Bishop Ireton, Sr.; Michael Parker, DeMatha, Jr.; Stephen Sawicki, Bethesda-Chevy Chase, Sr.; Kelson Yearwood, Urbana, Sr.
Midfielders: Drew Carneal, Sandy Spring Friends, Sr.; Ben Citrin, Sidwell Friends, Jr.; Hugh Danilack, Potomac School, Sr.; Jared Fenton, Severna Park, Sr.; Ben Fleri, DeMatha, Sr.; Alden Green, Richard Montgomery, Sr.; Andrew Hayden, Gonzaga, Sr.; Ezra Kauffman-Rogoff, Edmund Burke, Sr.; Corbin McCarron, Arundel, Sr.; Nicholas Staufenberger, St. Mary's Ryken, Sr.; Chris Vargas, High Point, Sr.; Ricardo Vigil, Kennedy, Sr.
Forwards: Yaw Amankwa, Damascus, Jr.; Dominique Badji, Episcopal, Sr.; Jeff Byrnes, Good Counsel, Sr.; Nicholas Corriveau, Gonzaga, So.; Jonathan Kukapa, Clarksburg, Sr.; Colin Martin, Bethesda-Chevy Chase, So.; Myles McGinley, Flint Hill, Sr.; Johnny Mehrez, Whitman, Sr.; Nick Roman, Sidwell Friends, Sr.; Josh Schwartz, Broadneck, Sr.; Eric Schuh, Severna Park, Sr.; Gavin Terpilowski, Highland School, Sr.; Moussa Traore, Kennedy, Jr.; Anthony Ugorji, Carroll, Sr.
Team selected by The Post's Paul Tenorio | Photos by Toni L. Sandys/The Washington Post