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All-Met
All-Mets
From left to right: Claire Laubach (Centreville), Katie Beal (West Potomac), Jackie Colacicco (South River), Lorrie Watts (Stafford), Nicole Barnes (Severna Park), Angela Feindt (Stafford), Jessica Dorney (Quince Orchard), Emily Beach (Bethesda-Chevy Chase), Brandi Franks (Long Reach), Kate Gannon (Whitman), Liz Hodges (Langley), Julia Kelderman (Bethesda-Chevy Chase). Back: Coach Laura Gerrior (South River). (John McDonnell - The Post)


First Team |  Player of the Year |  Coach of the Year
Second Team |  Honorable Mention


Player of the Year
MF Emily Beach, Bethesda-Chevy Chase, Sr.
Beach had 18 goals and 13 assists in helping lead the top-ranked Barons to a 19-0 record and their seventh consecutive state championship. A second-team All-Met last season, Beach has played in three consecutive Maryland 2A title-game victories.



Coach of the Year
Laura Gerrior, South River
Gerrior took over a program that went 1-13 in 1996 and transformed it into a Maryland 3A champion in four seasons, guiding the Seahawks this year to a 15-3-2 mark and their first state title. Gerrior has compiled a 37-17-5 record at the Edgewater school.



First Team
GK Liz Hodges, Langley, Sr.
A first-team all-Northern Region pick, Hodges had five shutouts and a 0.82 goals-against average in leading the eighth-ranked Saxons to a 13-2 mark.

D Angela Feindt, Stafford, Sr.
Has helped lead the Indians to four straight Virginia AAA tournaments. Two-time all-Northwest Region selection scored 19 goals as a four-year starter.

D Julia Kelderman, Bethesda-CC, Sr.
Anchored a defense that posted 15 shutouts. Joined the attack to notch seven goals and two assists as the Barons won their seventh consecutive state crown.

MF Jackie Colacicco, South River, Sr.
Colacicco had 11 goals and 18 assists for the Maryland 3A champion. Has totaled 34 goals and 26 assists as a three-year starter.

MF Jessica Dorney, Quince Orchard, Sr.
Dorney had 17 goals and 14 assists as the Cougars made their third consecutive appearance in the Maryland 4A semifinals. Career: 27 goals, 34 assists.

MF Kate Gannon, Whitman, Sr.
The two-time All-Met had 14 goals and seven assists as the sixth-ranked Vikings advanced to their second consecutive Maryland 4A final.

MF Claire Laubach, Centreville, Sr.
A first-team all-region selection, Laubach had seven goals and seven assists in leading the Northern Region champion Wildcats to the Virginia AAA semifinals.

MF Lorrie Watts, Stafford, Sr.
Had 13 goals and seven assists to help lead the Indians to a school record for victories (18) and their first appearance in the Virginia AAA championship game.

F Nicole Barnes, Severna Park, Sr.
Two-time All-Met had 20 goals and 10 assists to help lead the second-ranked Falcons to an 18-2 mark and their fourth consecutive Maryland 4A crown.

F Katie Beal, West Potomac, Sr.
A first-team all-region forward, Beal scored 15 goals, including one or more in seven straight games. Will attend Florida State on a soccer scholarship.

F Brandi Franks, Long Reach, Sr.
Howard County's top player had 15 goals and 13 assists to help lead the Lightning to its second consecutive Maryland 3A championship appearance.

Second Team
GK Jen Alpert Wootton Sr.

D Meg Palisoul Whitman Jr.

D Andrea Paraud Georgetown Visitation Sr.

D Alicia Pichard Holton-Arms Sr.

MF Meredith Bado Lake Braddock Sr.

MF Corin Inderbitzen-Brooks Annandale Sr.

MF Shannon Karl Centreville Jr.

F Paula Faherty Lake Braddock Jr.

F Eleanor Morgan Bethesda-Chevy Chase Sr.

F Jenny Portillo Bethesda-Chevy Chase Sr.

F Shane Rigling Broadneck Sr.

F Emily Swartz Severna Park Jr.

Honorable Mention
Goalkeepers: Meghann Bush, Chesapeake, Jr.; Rachel Clagett, Calvert, Jr.; Kristen Cousin, South River, Jr.; Lauren Leukhardt, Southern, Sr.; Christy Morgan, Westfield, Jr.; Denise Ocasio, Great Mills, Sr.; Laura Peed, Oakton, Sr.; Jessica Robertson, Long Reach, Jr.; Cate Schenning, T.C. Williams, Sr.

Defenders: Kelli Bowerman, Severna Park, Jr.; Erin Burns, Broadneck, Jr.; Kate Brady, Bethesda-Chevy Chase, Sr.; Paula Constable, North Stafford, Sr.; Catherine Dorman, Whitman, Sr.; Tracey Dow, Mount Vernon, Sr.; Joanna Duggan, Centreville, Sr.; Raina Edelstein, South River, Sr.; Catie Edmunds, Fairfax, Sr.; Katie Field, Quince Orchard, Jr.; Julie Huang, Wootton, Sr.; Carrie Johnson, Herndon, Sr.; Emily Keller, Magruder, Sr.; Michelle La Force, Centreville, Jr.; Brittanie Long, Leonardtown, Jr.; Rachel Mesa, Quince Orchard, Jr.; Alaina Nutwell, Southern, Sr.

Midfielders: Cecile Banas, Wootton, Sr.; Lynsey Bateman, Severna Park, Sr.; Natalie Ferber, Oakton, Sr.; Dayna Krakower, Richard Montgomery, Sr.; Carrie La Marca, Lake Braddock, Sr.; Kristen Leary, Woodbridge, Jr.; Hilary Linsenbigler, Calvert, Sr.; Kim McLeod, Madison, Sr.; Kathleen Miller, St. Stephen's/St. Agnes, Soph.; Erin Rathbone, Northwest, Sr.; Corey Samperton, Georgetown Visitation, Jr.; Becky Schaller, Leonardtown, Sr.; Kristina Schwarz, Glenelg, Sr.; Nicole Simon, Centennial, Sr.; Isabel To, Walter Johnson, Sr.; Erin Woodburn, Great Mills, Sr.

Forwards: Aislinn Connolly, Langley, Jr.; Kate Gosnell, Centreville, Jr.; Kim Harkness, Chantilly, Sr.; Ayres Heller, Whitman, Sr.; Michelle Hornfeck, Arundel, Sr.; Laura Hur, Bethesda-Chevy Chase, Sr.; Tyler Leachman, Holton-Arms, Jr.; Megan McVey, Marshall, Sr.; Dana Pruessner, North Stafford, Sr.; Brittany Schneider, Middletown, Sr.; Shawn Sullivan, McLean, Jr.; Meghan Taneyhill, Spalding, Sr.; Christine West, Severna Park, Jr.

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