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| Front (left to right): Michele Repass (Poolesville), Shala Byers (Lake Braddock), Abby Johnson (Poolesville). Middle: Lee Evans (Bethesda-Chevy Chase), Samantha Howard (W.T. Woodson), Coach Andy Muir (W.T. Woodson), Caitlin Swift (Spalding), Elizabeth Schlossberg (Bethesda-Chevy Chase). Back: Nikki Saucier (Lake Braddock), Kathleen Miller (St. Stephen's/St. Agnes), Lindsey Piester (Stafford), Lauren Swegle (Whitman), Annie Hunt (Georgetown Visitation). |
(Jonathan Newton - The Washington Post)
First Team | Player of the Year | Coach of the Year
Second Team | Honorable Mention
| Player of the Year |
| MF Kathleen Miller, St. Stephen's/St. Agnes, Sr. |
Scored 10 goals and had five assists for the top-ranked Saints (15-1), leading her team to the Virginia Independent School championship. She was an All-Met in field hockey and lacrosse last season, and is a three-time all-state selection in field hockey. Miller was named the Saints' defensive MVP this season after being asked to take on a more prominent role at each end of the field. Last season she scored 18 goals and had 10 assists to win her team's offensive MVP award. Will play lacrosse for Princeton.
| Coach of the Year |
| Andy Muir, W.T. Woodson |
Muir's eighth season leading W.T. Woodson was by far the most successful in the school's history. The Virginia AAA Northern Region coach of the year led the fourth-ranked Cavaliers to a 20-2-1 record, winning their first region title and advancing to the state semifinals. By comparison, Muir's first team at W.T. Woodson went 0-15 and scored just one goal the entire season. He is 71-57-12 in his career with the Cavaliers.
GK Elizabeth Schlossberg, Bethesda-Chevy Chase, Sr.
Regional all-American, a second-team All-Met last year, allowed just seven goals as the Barons won their ninth straight Maryland state title. One of three high school students named a National Team "A" Camp alternate.
D Shala Byers,Lake Braddock,Sr.
Bruins' defensive leader also scored several important goals this season -- including the one that put them into the state title game. First-team all-Northern Region selection. Orally committed to Dartmouth.
D Lee Evans, Bethesda-Chevy Chase, Sr.
Controlling defender in the middle of the Barons' defense also scored four goals and had four assists. Named one of the team's most valuable players this season. Will attend Cornell.
D Abby Johnson, Poolesville, Sr.
Center defender for Maryland 1A co-champion, whose defense posted eight shutouts. Named the Central Maryland defensive player of the year.
D Lindsey Piester, Stafford, Sr.
University of Delaware recruit was the primary option on penalty corners for the Northwestern Region champion Indians. Scored eight goals and had three assists and was a first-team all-region selection.
MF Annie Hunt, Georgetown Visitation, Sr.
Three-time all-ISL selection was a second-team All-Met last season. This year, she scored 10 goals and had three assists to help her team to a top 10 ranking.
MF Nikki Saucier, Lake Braddock, Sr.
Northern Region player of the year led Bruins to an appearance in state title game. Second-team All-Met a year ago has been her team's leading scorer for the past three seasons.
MF Lauren Swegle, Whitman, Sr.
Determined midfielder scored three goals and had five assists this season. Two-year starter helped the Vikings reach the Maryland 4A state semifinals the past two seasons.
F Sam Howard, W.T. Woodson, Jr.
Liberty District player of the year led Cavaliers to their first Northern Region title and first state tournament appearance. Two-time all-Northern Region selection scored 12 goals and had 15 assists.
F Michele Repass, Poolesville, Jr.
Central Maryland offensive player of the year scored 12 goals and had nine assists for the fifth-ranked Falcons.
F Caitlin Swift, Spalding, Jr.
Talented stick-handling forward tied for the team lead in scoring with 16 goals and eight assists to lead Cavaliers to 14-2-4 record in challenging IAAM.
GK Katherine Keeley, Holton-Arms, Sr.
D Mandy Batheras, Chesapeake, Sr.
D Jenna Rodgers, Severna, Jr.
D Lauren Maranto, Severna Park, Jr.
D Kyla Wagman, Whitman, Sr.
MF Ashley Cadwallader, Fairfax, Sr.
MF Katie Lee, Bethesda-CC, Sr.
MF Emily Goldman, Mount Hebron, Sr.
MF Lauren Giebel, Quince Orchard Sr.
F Abbi Horn, Severna Park, Soph.
F Erin Kelly, Spalding, Jr.
F Colleen Cawley, W.T. Woodson, Sr.
Goalkeepers: Marie Bounds, Wilde Lake, Sr.; Sara Downs, Frederick, Jr.; Kristin Gillis, Centreville, Jr.; Julie Lambrose, Chancellor, Sr.; Jobi Manson, Severn, Soph.; Liz Tinker, Severna Park, Sr.; Tami Webster, Meade, Sr.
Defenders: Samantha Beard, Middletown, Jr.; Mo Brady, Spalding, Sr.; Maggi Chamberlain, Stafford, Sr.; Amanda Dorsey, South River, Sr.; Ji Eun, W.T. Woodson, Sr.; Amy Konrad, Spalding, Sr.; Katie Reck, Centennial, Sr.; Lena McAfee, South Lakes, Sr.; Lindsey Mertens, T.C. Williams, Jr.; Erin Seder, Good Counsel, Sr; Emily Smith, Mount Hebron, Sr; Jen King, Chesapeake, Sr.
Midfielders: Jamie Abbaticchio, Poolesville, Sr.; Katie Broaddus, Centreville, Soph.; Jenn Cochran, Glenelg, Soph.; Charlie Cowdry, Langley, Sr.; Tina Earley, South River, Sr.; Katie Guida, Georgetown Visitation, Sr.; Jenny Hauser, St. Stephen's/St. Agnes, Jr.; Katelyn Irving, Frederick, Jr.; Lisa Kenney, Centreville, Sr.; Courtney Lee, Bethesda-Chevy Chase, Sr.; Becca Mondics, Whitman, Sr.; Erin O'Brien, Annandale, Sr.; Sally Peed, Oakton, Sr.; Elise Phipps, Richard Montgomery, Sr. Eileen Piwowarczyk, Magruder, Sr.; Laura Pruett, Madison, Sr.; Melissa Puzak, Broadneck, Sr.; Carolyn Raviea, W.T. Woodson, Sr.; Amy Taylor, Northern, Sr.
Forwards: Courtney Arnold; W.T. Woodson, Jr.; Maria Bosica, Mount Hebron, Sr.; Amanda Brill, Jefferson, Sr.; Lizzie Culvahouse, St. Stephen's/St. Agnes, Sr.; Lauren Disharoon, South River, Jr.; Catherine Goold, Bethesda-Chevy Chase, Sr.; Pam Greenwell, Northern, Sr.; Ashley Loh, Poolesville, Jr.; Lindsay O'Bannon, Fauquier, Sr.; Leah Quinn, Chancellor, Sr.; Marija Rudolph, Fauquier, Sr.; Julia Sivon, Whitman, Sr.; Schuyler Sutton, Severn, Sr.; Sally Trollinger, Edison, Sr.; Kellie West, Severna Park, Soph.
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