1993 All-Met Boys Lacrosse Team
Tuesday, May 25, 1993
PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Three-year starter had 74.6 save percentage.
COACHES OF THE YEAR
Led Little Hoyas to their first IAC co-championship.
Directed 13-3 Panthers to first-ever Metro Conference title.
87 points for Maryland Public School League champions.
65 points as 13-1 Little Hoyas tied for first IAC title.
School-record 46 goals.
32 goals, 29 assists this season; career 132 goals, 228 points.
Had 31 goals, 38 assists; will attend Maryland-Baltimore County.
Repeat All-Met. All-American will attend Princeton.
All-American will play at Division III power Salisbury State.
Led IAC in goals with 59, finishing with 82 points.
All-American had 39 goals, 42 assists for Md. region champion.
Had 107 points, including 10 assists in one game; 235 career points.
41 goals, 16 assists for 13-3 Panthers; WMAC player of the year.
St. Mary's-Annapolis, Senior
Co-captain of MSA "A" conference champions; had 17 goals, 20
Captain of No. 6 Little Hoyas had career 70 goals, 39 assists.
Two-time all-American; one of the top defenders in Northern
Top defender for No. 1 team in area.
Top defender in Metro Conference; will attend Georgetown.
John Augst, Paul VI,
Bob Hanna, Broadneck,
Rob Hauff, Centennial,
Joe Hubbard, Seneca Valley,
Jeff Jones, Lee,
Andy Mocarsky, North County
John Miller, Severna Park,
Keith Roberts, St. Mary's Ryken,
Clay Shifflett, Mount Hebron,
Spencer Watson, Calvert L.C.
Steve Lachapelle, Severn,
Penn Leachman, Landon,
Doug Legan, DeMatha,
Greg Soule, Glenelg,
Don Wetherbee, McLean,
Chris Whalen, Episcopal,
Dave Winegrad, Annapolis
Brian Crawford, Gonzaga,
Will Hong, Centennial,
Andy Taibl, Robinson,
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