2010 Fall All-Met: Field hockey

MF Alyssa Parker

Glenelg / Jr.

Parker was the most dynamic offensive player in the area, leading the top-ranked Gladiators to the Maryland 2A championship -- the first state title in school history. Combining top-flight speed, dazzling stick skills and tremendous field vision, Parker finished the season with 38 goals and 38 assists in 20 games. A Junior Olympian in 2009 and 2010, Parker is being heavily recruited by top field hockey programs, including Maryland and North Carolina.

F Eliana Brown

W.T. Woodson / Sr.

Led the Cavaliers in scoring with 14 goals and seven assists. Will play next season at Colgate.

F Paige Duncan

Broadneck / Sr.

Duncan's 32 points (16 goals, 16 assists) led Anne Arundel County. She has committed to Towson to play lacrosse.

F Cary Wade Hairfield IV

Episcopal / Sr.

With 12 goals and 13 assists she helped lead the Maroon to the ISL regular season crown and the ISL tournament title.

F Kayleigh Hinkle

Glenelg / Sr.

Scored 34 goals and added 17 assists for a 19-1 Gladiator team that won the Maryland 2A championship.

MF Taylor Bailey

Stafford / Sr.

Her school's all-time leading scorer with 65 goals, the James Madison recruit poured in 25 goals and 30 assists this season.

MF Brittany Hopkins

Lake Braddock / Sr.

The Patriot District Player of the Year sparked the Bruins to a 21-2 record this season. Will play for William & Mary.

MF Bailee Hubert

Mountain View / Jr.

With 25 goals and 13 assists, led the Wildcats to the AAA final and is getting looks from several Division I schools.

D Melanie Brodner

Lake Braddock / Sr.

Anchored a Lake Braddock squad that gave up only eight goals. She'll play next year at Lehigh.

D Jillian Grifo

Severna Park / Sr.

Long-time Coach Lil Shelton called Grifo "the best defender the school has ever had." Led Anne Arundel champs to nine shutouts.

D Stacey Mackintosh

South River / Jr.

Skilled two-way player finished with 11 goals and four defensive saves for the Seahawks, who went 15-2 with 13 shutouts.

G Jill Genovese

Holy Cross / Jr.

The two-time All-Met goalie led the Tartans to their third straight WCAC title. Made 93 saves and had nine shutouts.

COACH OF THE YEAR Diane Miller

Lake Braddock

Ends a 30-year coaching career with another outstanding season, leading the Bruins to a 21-2 mark that included a berth in the Virginia AAA state tournament. Known to friends and players as "Coach O," after her maiden name, Ostergren, she leaves with a 441-74-13 record that includes 22 district championships, eight Northern Region titles and five trips to the state final.

Second team

Pos. Player School Yr.
F Marissa Balleza Severna Park So.
F Kelly Chandler Episcopal Jr.
F Ali Froede Lake Braddock Sr.
F Annie Martello Westfield Sr.
F Mary Plotas Good Counsel Jr.
M Colleen Harwood Magruder Sr.
M Mary Kate Olson Glenelg Jr.
D Erica Binzer South County Sr.
D Carley Sullivan Stafford Sr.
G Christine DiStefano Centennial Sr.
G Sarah Bates Glenelg Country So.

Honorable mention

Forwards: Miceile Barrett, Fauquier, Jr.; Jenna Boarman, Mount Hebron, Sr.; Anjuli Dewakar, T.C. Williams, Sr.; Jenn Dewey, Bethesda-Chevy Chase, Sr.; Maddy Ellenberger, Holy Cross, So.; Marissa Ferrigno, Forest Park, Sr.; Molly Garza, Reservoir, Sr.; Danielle Harkaway, Bethesda-Chevy Chase, Sr.; Leah Hunsinger, Quince Orchard, Sr.; Katie Kline, Colonial Forge, Sr.; Kristen Lamon, St. Mary's-Annapolis, Sr.; Abbey Lawrence, South River, So.; Kim Markovitz, Atholton, Sr.; Claire McAuliffe, Glenelg Country, Sr.; Jennie Milligan, South River, So.; Allie Pickens, Glenelg Country, Jr.; Danielle Schiavone, Howard, Sr.; Allison Smedberg, Jefferson, Sr.; Kate Stengel, Broadneck, Sr.; Hannah Suttle, Holy Cross, So.; Madison Tettelbach, South County, Sr.; Kat Varga, River Hill, So.

Midfielders: Katie Bertrand, Clarksburg, Sr.; Erika Bienlien, Brooke Point, Jr.; Adelle Clinton, Oakton, Jr.; Caroline Code, Severn, Sr.; Taylor Deivert, Fairfax, Sr.; Kelly Donovan, John Paul the Great, Jr.; Kimberleigh Eng, Hylton, Jr.; Kelsey Fielder, Severna Park, Sr.; Molly Fleming, Marriotts Ridge, Jr.; Claire Ganoe, Patuxent, Sr.; Kendyl Gardner, Severna Park, Sr.; Ana Gomez-Acebo, St. Stephen's/St. Agnes, Sr.; Anna Haley, Broadneck, Jr.; Meagan Ingley, Annapolis Area Christian, Sr.; Annie Lewis, Madeira, Sr.; Lallie Lukens, Episcopal, Sr.; Kelly Lukschander, Forest Park, Sr.; Kathleen Namey, Colonial Forge, Sr.; Maddie O'Beirne, Marshall, Jr.; Kayleigh Ross, Langley, Sr.; Erin Tenneson, Chesapeake, Sr.; Courtney Thompson, South River, Sr.; Idrienne Walker, Bullis, So.; Meghan Winesett, Westfield, So.

Defenders: Kirsten Anderson, Langley, Sr.; Nicole Aust, Bullis, Sr.; Lexi Bristow, Broadneck, Sr.; Mary D'Alesandro, McLean, Sr.; Ivy Hardcastle, Mountain View, Sr.; Bridget Hawvermale, Blake, Sr.; Samantha Jackson, Osbourn, Jr.; Rachel Kuykendall, Oakton, Sr.; Megan O'Donnell, Annapolis, Sr.; Courtney Romanowski, Magruder, Sr.

Goalkeepers: Morgan Culler, Mount Hebron, Sr.; Amy Defnet, Poolesville, Jr.; Shannon Flanagan, South River, Jr.; Sabrina Hill, Mountain View, Sr.; Jordan Levy, River Hill, Sr.; Mary Faith Lindner, Georgetown Visitation, So.; Rachel Lipman, Quince Orchard, Sr.; Jenna Tribull, Broadneck, Sr.

Team selected by The Post's Greg Schimmel and Andy Siegel | Photos by Toni L. Sandys/The Washington Post

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