Bethesda-Chevy Chase / Sr.
Helped the Barons win their third straight Maryland state title this fall after playing for the U-17 U.S. national team in the CONCACAF championships in March. Doll finished with 12 goals and 19 assists from her center midfield position, factoring directly in 51 percent of her team's goals. She played from sideline to sideline and end line to end line, taking possession, holding it and then pressing the attack. Under her leadership the Barons went 16-2 this season and 65-4-1 in her four years as a starter. Will play for Stanford.
Spalding / Sr.
Repeat All-Met finished with 41 career shutouts and a 0.375 goals against average in three years. Will play for Monmouth.
Potomac School / Jr.
Was a reliable and imposing center back in a three-defender formation that held opponents to six goals in 16 games.
Churchill / Sr.
Allowed Bulldogs to play a 3-4-3 formation and hold opponents to 11 goals in 30 games the past two years. She also took all set pieces.
Severna Park / Sr.
Experience and on-the-ball poise led the Falcons to 12 shutouts and a 0.44 goals against average. Will play for UMBC.
Bethesda-CC / Sr.
Led the Barons with 20 goals, including three in the Maryland 4A final. Villanova recruit amassed 63 career goals.
Potomac School / Sr.
A force in the air and on the ball, Millar had 10 goals and eight assists to lead the undefeated Panthers. Will play at Virginia.
Sidwell Friends / Jr.
Tall and athletic, Wilson finished with 15 goals and nine assists to lead the Quakers (16-3-2). Orally committed to Duke.
Severna Park / Sr.
Led the Falcons in goals (18) and assists (10). A first-team all-state selection, she will play for Maryland next year.
Spalding / Sr.
Repeat All-Met had 21 goals and seven assists to lead 16-4-3 Spalding to the IAAM-A final. Will play basketball at Vanderbilt.
Good Counsel / So.
WCAC player of the year finished with 25 goals and 10 assists and led Falcons to the WCAC tournament crown.
Bowie / Sr.
Scored 36 goals to lead 16-2-1 Bowie to its first state final. A first-team all-state selection, she has committed to Miami (Fla.).
The Panthers finished 15-0-1 and won both the Independent School League AA regular season title and tournament championship for the first time since 1999. McEwen's squad was organized and disciplined defensively, outscoring opponents, 36-6. He took a chance starting a freshman, Emily Perkinson, up front, and she ended up being the team's leading goal scorer. McEwen has a 51-8-8 record in his four years as the Panthers' head coach.
|GK||Kristene Mumby||Marriotts Ridge||Sr.|
|M||Nicole Johnson||National Cathedral||So.|
|M||Nia Walcott||Elizabeth Seton||Sr.|
|F||Imani Dorsey||Good Counsel||Fr.|
|F||Aaran Parry||Tuscarora (Md.)||So.|
Goalkeepers: Erin Cummings, Potomac School, Jr.; Kirsten Glad, St. John's, Jr.; Hannah Sasscer, Whitman, Sr.; Deanna Waters, Wise, Sr.
Defenders: Jordyn Brock, Good Counsel, So.; Jordan Coburn, Centennial, Jr.; Elizabeth Ebeling, Glenelg, Sr.; Marissa Green, Bowie, Jr.; Cara Hamel, Elizabeth Seton, Sr.; Kara Klontz, Bethesda-Chevy Chase, Jr.; Kathleen Smith, Potomac School, Sr.; Shaneka Townsend, Laurel, Sr.; Darby Wiegand, Georgetown Visitation, Sr.
Midfielders: Katlyn Axenfeld, Reservoir; Sr.; Caitlin Chase, Calverton, Sr.; Alli Cislo, Old Mill, So.; Alli Dawson, Broadneck, Sr.; Carina Deandreis, Walter Johnson, So.; Emily Hester, National Cathedral, So.; Chloe Jackson, Riverdale Baptist, Fr.; Claire Kelly, Tuscarora, Sr.; Isabelle Latour, Quince Orchard, So.; Anna Madden, Paint Branch, Sr.; Lexi McCarty, Clarksburg, Sr.; Maisie McCune, St. John's, Jr.; Shonte Moten, C.H. Flowers, So.; Alexis Prada, Good Counsel, Sr.; Alex Price, Marriotts Ridge, Sr.; Kellie Song, River Hill, Sr.; Marlo Sweatman, Flint Hill, So.; Michelle Viegas, Reservoir, Jr.; Amira Walcott, Roosevelt, Jr.
Forwards: Beth Bunn, Calverton, Sr.; Kari Cunard, South River, Sr.; Natalie Dold, Thomas Johnson, Sr.; Lauren Donovan, Leonardtown, Sr.; Joan Fleischman, Sidwell Friends, So.; Caroline Hagerty, Walter Johnson, Jr.; Regan Houston, O'Connell, Jr.; Mary Hunkeler, Damascus, Sr.; Cali Hutson, Paul VI, So.; Meghenn Jackson, Broadneck, Sr.; Tori Luc, Chesapeake, Jr.; Sofia Read, Blair, Sr.; Ali Ryan, Bowie, So.; Shannon Spellacy, Holy Cross, So.; Anna Theisen, River Hill, Sr.; Chouassi Tshimanga, Rockville, Jr.
Team selected by The Post's Andy Marso | Photos by Toni L. Sandys/The Washington Post