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All-Met All-Mets
Front row, from left to right: Liz Friedman (Wootton), Danielle Malagari (Good Counsel), Laney Rosin (Wootton), Noelle Keselica (Watkins Mill), Carrie Johnson (Potomac School), Danielle MacDonald (Paul VI Catholic). Back row: Jenna Linden (Potomac School), Melissa Anderson (St. Mary's-Annapolis), Shannon Jackson (River Hill), Coach Bobby Johnston (Potomac School), Kerry York (Severna Park), Tory Dunnan (National Cathedral), Phela Townsend (National Cathedral). (John McDonnell - The Post)

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

Player of the Year
F Laney Rosin, Wootton, Sr.
Relentless striker can score with finesse or power and is comfortable attacking from any angle. Led Patriots to a 16-1 record and the Maryland 4A semifinals with 23 goals and 12 assists.

Coach of the Year
Bobby Johnston, Potomac School
Since coming to Potomac School three years ago, former James Madison player has led the Panthers to Independent School League titles each season. Coached the Panthers to a come-from-behind win over National Cathedral in this season's ISL title game. Has a 46-4-6 career record.

First Team
GK Kerry York, Severna Park, Sr.
Four-year starter played in Md. 4A championship victory with a broken collarbone. Had 10 shutouts and 122 saves on 132 shots. Committed to Florida State.

D Liz Friedman, Wootton, Sr.
Repeat All-Met anchored the Patriots' defense. Trademarks were her desire to win the ball and abundant energy. Added one goal and three assists.

D Carrie Johnson, Potomac School, Sr.
Fearless and intelligent defender lurked in passing lanes and attacked from the back. Had one goal and five assists. Named all-ISL four years in a row.

D-MF Noelle Keselica, Watkins Mill, Jr.
Three-time All-Met and co-captain of under-16 U.S. national team. Had 15 goals and nine assists despite playing season with nagging knee injury.

D Phela Townsend, National Cathedral, Jr.
Repeat All-Met returned from torn ACL with fervor. Combination of size and speed make the three-year starter nearly impossible to beat.

MF Tory Dunnan, National Cathedral, Jr.
Swift, skillful, 5-foot-9 playmaker nearly broke her own single-season ISL scoring record of 26 goals set last year. Had 24 goals and 20 assists.

F Melissa Anderson, St. Mary's-Annapolis, Sr.
Unselfish, capable scorer led the Saints to IAAM A Division title with 13 goals and 12 assists. Committed to Maryland.

F Shannon Jackson, River Hill, Sr.
The 5-foot-8 striker used her height and strength to her advantage on attack. Led Howard County in scoring with 16 goals and 10 assists. Committed to Towson.

F Jenna Linden, Potomac School, Jr.
Repeat All-Met scored 16 of her team-high 22 goals in last three weeks of season after recovering from injury. Exciting player with flamboyant ball skills.

F Danielle MacDonald, Paul VI Catholic, Jr.
All-WCAC selection is a precise shooter, even from long distance. Seven of her team-leading 21 goals were game-winners. Had 11 assists.

F Danielle Malagari, Good Counsel, Jr.
Repeat All-Met and WCAC player of the year had 14 goals and 13 assists for conference champion. Has superior vision and passing skills.

Second Team
GK Jennifer Wright River Hill Sr.

GK Kelly Paolucci Good Counsel Jr.

D Michelle Brady Paul VI Catholic Jr.

D Megan Buescher River Hill Soph.

D Angel Ughiovhe Maret Soph.

MF Meggie Curran Good Counsel Jr.

MF Erin Dubina Severna Park Jr.

MF Jennifer Fields Glenelg Sr.

MF Carolyn Ford St. Andrews Jr.

F Kelly Campbell Gaithersburg Jr.

F Julia Lufriu McDonough Sr.

F Kristin McHugh Quince Orchard Jr.

Honorable Mention
Goalkeepers: Amy Franciscovich, Thomas Johnson, Jr.; Anna Halse, Middletown, Sr.; Sarah Hobart, Wilde Lake, Sr.; Carolyn Matisick, Leonardtown, Sr.; Ginger Miles, Eleanor Roosevelt, Sr.; Lindsay Naill, Bishop Ireton, Sr.; Adrian Noll, Watkins Mill, Jr.; Erica Neimann, Centennial, Sr.; Carly Rosin, Wootton, Soph.

Defenders: Jennifer Cantwell, St. Andrew's, Sr.; Liz Cheek, Potomac School, Jr.; Caitlin Curtis, Bullis, Sr.; Allison Dooley, Severna Park, Sr.; Cynthia Gallant, Wootton, Sr.; Jessica Golibart, Good Counsel, Jr.; Mary Hearin, Watkins Mill, Jr.; Christina Huang, Sidwell Friends, Soph.; Ashley Kennedy, St. Mary's-Annapolis, Soph.; Joanna Navarro, Field School, Sr.; Morgan Pleasant, Wilson, Jr.; Carolyn Schmid, Centennial, Sr.; Karen Waskowich, Holy Cross, Fr.; Tiffany Wilson, Eleanor Roosevelt, Soph.

Midfielders: Kristin Anderson, St. Mary's-Annapolis, Jr.; Megan Barnes, Bowie, Sr.; Lindsay Brant, Walter Johnson, Sr.; Crystal Chapon, Wootton, Sr.; Laura Desobry, Whitman, Sr.; Allison Divens, Eleanor Roosevelt, Sr.; Annie Hay, Walter Johnson, Sr.; Lyndal Hegamyer, Thomas Johnson, Sr.; Beth Hendricks, Holton-Arms, Sr.; Maria Masciantonio, River Hill, Sr.; Leslie McDermott, Paul VI Catholic, Jr.; Andrea Moore, National Cathedral, Jr.; Tasha Mroczek, Bishop Ireton, Sr.; Julie Napolitano, Mount Hebron, Jr.; Kirsten Seglem, St. Stephens/St. Agnes, Soph.; Ellen Sroka, Old Mill, Sr.

Forwards: Nataly Arias, O'Connell, Fr.; Jamie Craft, Northern, Soph.; Cyprian Gillingham, Leonardtown, Sr.; Tara Goss, Sandy Spring, Soph.; Lindsay Holley, Westlake, Sr.; Katie Kirley, Glenelg, Sr.; Lauren McInerney, Laurel, Jr.; Molly Merkel, Thomas Johnson, Sr.; Jessica Seedyke, Walter Johnson, Soph.; Jackie Taubman, Wilde Lake, Sr.; Kathleen Vistica, Urbana, Soph.; Rashida Walcott, River Hill, Sr.

Note: Public school girls soccer teams in Virginia play during the Spring.

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