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  1999 All-Met Boys Lacrosse Team

  • Player of the Year
  • Coach of the Year
  • Honorable Mention

  • First Team
  • Second Team

  • 1999 All-Met Lacrosse Team

    Front row, left to right: Summer Crabtree, St. Stephen's/SA; Shannon Jarrett, Lake Braddock; Bridget Frande, Mount Hebron; Casey Caplowe, Oakton; Julie Shank, Severna Park; Melissa Biles, St. Stephen's/SA; Polly Purcell, Mount Hebron; Christy McNew, Annapolis. Second row: Lauren Peck, Broadneck; Lauren Kickham, Mount Hebron; Sarah Oliphant, Annapolis; C.J. Kemp, Georgetown Prep; Greg Wojtech, Arundel; Caroline Bellino, St. Stephen's/SA; Kim Lawton, Severna Park. Back row: Billy Glading, Gonzaga; Mike Egan, Georgetown Prep; Paul Haberlein, Annapolis; Chas Gessner, Good Counsel; David Burman, Landon; David Taylor, Landon; Will Sharp, St. Albans. Not pictured: Chris Summers, St. Mary's.

    Glading
    Player of the Year
    Billy Glading
    Gonzaga
    Senior, Midfield
    Had 56 goals and 25 assists leading Gonzaga to the finals of the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference tournament.
    Named high school all-American by U.S. Lacrosse as a junior and two-time WCAC Player of the Year.
    Second team All-Met last season.
    Will attend Virginia on lacrosse scholarship.

    Bordley
    Coach of the Year
    Rob Bordley
    Landon
    Directed Landon, The Post's No. 1 team, to a 19-1 finish and its 19th consecutive Interstate Athletic Conference title.
    Has a 333-57 record in 24 seasons as a head coach.
    Has not lost an IAC game since 1993.
    Went 4-1 against ranked Baltimore teams.


    First Team
    David Burman | Landon
    Senior defender guarded the opposition's top attack in every game and averaged six groundballs and five takeaways per game. Will attend Virginia in the fall. Finalist for the Kelly Award, given to the top player in Maryland.

    Casey Caplowe | Oakton
    Senior midfielder was a four-year starter and had 40 goals this season. Led Oakton to its first Virginia AAA Concorde District title. One of the top face-off men in the area, winning 77 percent. All-American has a 4.1 grade-point average. Committed to Brown.

    Mike Egan | Georgetown Prep
    Senior attack had 46 goals and 42 assists this season and 101 goals in past two seasons. Winnetka, Ill., native is a boarding student at the Rockville school. Will attend Cornell University.

    Chas Gessner | Good Counsel
    Senior attack was a four-year starter and had 64 goals and 42 assists this season for the 10-5 Falcons. Had 219 points over past two seasons. Will play football and lacrosse at Brown. All-WCAC selection holds school records for most career points, points in a season and goals in a season.

    Paul Haberlein | Annapolis
    Senior defender guarded opposition's top attack and gave up two goals and one assist during regular season. Will attend the Naval Academy in the fall.

    C.J. Kemp | Georgetown Prep
    Senior goalie was a four-year starter with a 54-6 career record and a .740 save percentage. Two-time All-IAC selection has signed with Fairfield.

    Will Sharp | St. Albans
    Senior attack was the team's top offensive threat with 47 goals and 11 assists. Has committed to Washington & Lee. Helped Bulldogs to 12-6 record after 6-12 finish last season.

    Chris Summers | St. Mary's-Annapolis
    The senior is a well-rounded attack who scored 25 goals and 22 assists for 11-5 Saints, who made it to the semifinals of the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association tournament. Will attend Loyola (Md.) in the fall.

    Taline Tahmassian | Langley
    The Saxons' quick sophomore forward had 21 goals this season. She helped Langley win its first district title since 1985 and combined with older sister, Nadia, to form strong front line.

    David Taylor | Landon
    Senior attack had 42 goals and 32 assists for the No. 1 Bethesda school which finished 19-1. Taylor has signed with North Carolina.

    Greg Wojtech | Arundel
    Senior defender was two-time high school all-American at Arundel, which finished 15-3 and lost in the 4A/3A East region final. Grabbed a school record 199 groundballs and contributed six goals and four assists. Signed with the University of Maryland-Baltimore County.

    Second Team

    Pos. Player                School                 Yr.

    A J.R. Bordley Landon Jr. M Matt Durkin Watkins Mill Sr. M Marshall Feldman Severn Sr. GK Chris Garrity St. Mary's-Annapolis Sr. GK Shane King Annandale Sr. D Will MacDonald Landon Sr. A Bret McConnaughhay Annapolis Jr. A Jon Neal Georgetown Prep Sr. D Matt Passagno St. Mary's-Annapolis Sr. A Nick Purkat W.T. Woodson Jr. GK Brandon Ross St. Albans Sr.

    Honorable Mention
    ATTACK: Joey Case, Broadneck; Tom Cornellier, Calvert Lacrosse Club; Dan Creighton, St. Albans; Dan Doty, Potomac School, Joe Fleury, Georgetown Prep, Chris Gill, Oakton; Mike Hammer, Robinson; Scott Kenworthy, River Hill; Hans Hergenroeder, Severna Park; Joseph Kesterman, Ireton; Eric Lederer, Sherwood; Josh Lesko, Annapolis; Jack Litzenberger, Centreville; Chris Lucas, Paul VI; Mike McGuire, O'Connell; Robert Mallonee, Sandy Spring Friends; John Navarro, Arundel; Evan Oremland, St. Albans; Chase Peterson, Episcopal; John Press, Whitman; Mike Ricucci, Seneca Valley; Mike Selawski, Mount Hebron; Justin Smith, DeMatha; Bucky Walters, Edison; Bryan Warner, Mount Hebron.

    MIDFIELDERS: Tyler Anderson, Centreville; Alex DeManns, St. Mary's-Ryken; Matt Fassnacht, Robinson; Henry Hanburger, Arundel; Teddy Lamade, Landon; Josh Ott, Good Counsel; Will Phillips, Annapolis; Mike Shuler, Georgetown Prep; Ricky Sears, Landon.

    DEFENDERS: Matt Conners, Robinson; Bill Gerrish, Georgetown Prep; Stephan Hein, St. Albans; Evan Santini, St. Mary's-Ryken; James Schwab, Calvert Lacrosse Club.

    GOALKEEPERS: Ben Crosser, Sherwood; Stewart Crossland, Landon; Mark Gannon, Whitman; Grant Robinson, W.T. Woodson; Alex Schultes, Episcopal.

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