1994 All-Met Boys Soccer Team
Thursday, November 17, 1994
PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Had 6 goals, 10 assists this season as a sweeper. Parade all-America as junior. Member of 18-under national team. Led No. 1 Bulldogs to 19-0-1 season and 36-1-3 record over past two years.
COACH OF THE YEAR
Directed No. 7 Mustangs to 15-0-2 season after Falls Church school was 3-9-2 last year. George Mason won Tri-State Conference regular season and league championships. Fifth-year coach works in spring with Wakefield boys team, which advanced to district final last season.
20 goals, 8 assists for Maryland 3A state semifinalists.
Repeat All-Met. 21 goals, 17 assists for Prince George's champion.
Repeat All-Met. Also played stopper this season; 32 goals in three
Repeat All-Met. Under-20 national team; 14 goals, 16 assists.
Had 10 goals, 10 assists for Anne Arundel co-champion.
Led Churchill to Maryland 4A final with 8 goals, 16 assists.
Had 15 goals, 10 assists for Maryland 4A West Region finalist.
Led IAC champion Bullis in scoring with 18 goals, 10 assists.
Repeat All-Met. Led Bullis to fourth straight IAC title.
Anchored defense for 24-3 WCAC Division I champion; 4 goals, 5
Repeat All-Met. Size and speed may be unmatched in area; 7 goals, 10
Under-18 national team; 0.25 GAA for Maryland 3A state finalist.
Stephen Alexander, The Heights; Brad Bumgarner, Riverdale Baptist;
Chris Cantwell, St. Andrew's; Jim Fitzpatrick, Flint Hill; Gheran King,
Jeremy Bastacky, Magruder; Chad Evans, La Plata; Adam Gallen,
O'Connell; Leo Gazoni, Gonzaga; Larry Gomez, Ireton; Blake Moore,
Chesapeake; Matt O'Connor, George Mason; Todd Smith, Poolesville; Doug
Simon Bwalya, Oakland Mills; Seth Johnson, Bowie; Scott Norton,
Rockville; Isaac Saavedra, Wilson.
Melvin Barrera, Northwestern; Charles Connelly, Rockville; David
Frieder, Georgetown Prep.
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