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All-Met
All-Mets
Front row (left to right): Abbi Horn (Severna Park), Jessica Adam (Severn), Lauren Maranto (Severna Park), Jen May (South River), Caitlin Swift (Spalding), Jennifer Holden (St. Stephen's/St. Agnes). Back: Jackie Bryan (W.T. Woodson), Erin O'Brien (Annandale), Samatha Howard (W.T. Woodson), Kristen Gillis (Centreville), Michele Repass (Poolesville), Alison Werner (Bethesda-Chevy Chase), Coach Leslee Brady (Spalding). (Jonathan Newton - The Washington Post)


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



Player of the Year
F Samantha Howard, W.T. Woodson, Sr.
Emotional leader of the Virginia AAA champion Cavaliers. The two-time All-Met and 2003 Northern Region player of the year scored 20 goals, including the overtime winner in the Virginia AAA title game, and also had 19 assists. Howard's goal enabled W.T. Woodson to finish the season on a 23-game unbeaten streak.



Coach of the Year
Leslee Brady, Spalding
Guided a team that had just three returning starters to the best season in school history. The fourth-ranked Cavaliers went 15-1-3 against one of the area's most ambitious schedules and became the first Anne Arundel County team to reach the IAAM's A Division title game, despite losing its top goal scorer just before the start of the playoffs. Brady is now 69-20-14 in six seasons at Spalding.



First Team
GK Kristen Gillis, Centreville, Sr.
The first-team all-Northern Region selection recorded eight shutouts and allowed just 10 goals. Has verbally committed to William & Mary.

D Jackie Bryan, W.T. Woodson, Sr.
Explosive hitter from the back generated numerous scoring chances for the Virginia AAA champion Cavaliers. First-team all-Northern Region defender finished with five goals and 11 assists.

D Lauren Maranto, Severna Park, Sr.
Second-team All-Met selection last year finished with five goals and seven assists, including a goal and two assists in the Maryland 3A title game. Led a defense that allowed just seven goals.

D Alison Werner, Bethesda Chevy-Chase, Sr.
Named team's defensive MVP, leading a defense that allowed just eight goals. Also scored five goals and had 15 assists to help the Barons reach the Maryland 3A final.

M Jessica Adam, Severn, Sr.
Routinely stopped some of the area's top goal scorers. The IAAM-A conference all-star finished with one goal and five assists and helped the Admirals post six shutouts. Will play lacrosse for Duke.

M Jennifer Holden, St. Stephen's/St. Agnes, Jr.
Playmaking midfielder had four goals and eight assists for the top-ranked Saints. An all-ISL and first-team all-state selection, Holden led her team to its third straight league title.

M Jen May, South River, Sr.
The all-county selection had eight goals and 10 assists to lead the ninth-ranked Seahawks to the state tournament for the first time since 2000. Will play lacrosse for Oregon.

M Erin O'Brien, Annandale, Sr.
Intense midfielder can control the tempo from either end of the field. Patriot District player of the year and first-team all-Northern Region selection had 10 goals and five assists as Atoms made first state tournament appearance since 1989.

F Abbi Horn, Severna Park, Jr.
Has outstanding scoring touch around the cage. Finished the season with 17 goals and 11 assists and helped her team claim its 14th state title with a goal in the Maryland 3A final.

F Michele Repass, Poolesville, Sr.
Repeat All-Met has excellent field awareness and a powerful shot. Had 18 goals and 15 assists to help the Falcons reach the Maryland 1A final for the second straight season. Finished her career with 33 goals and 26 assists.

F Caitlin Swift, Spalding, Sr.
One of the area's best pure scorers, the repeat All-Met finished with 18 goals and seven assists despite missing the final four games with a broken left hand. Has 34 goals the past two seasons. Will play lacrosse for Boston College.

Second Team
GK Emily Richards, Springbrook, Sr.
D Tina Ho, Jefferson, Sr.
D Rachel Manson, St. Stephen's/SA, Sr.
D Frannie Sullivan, South River, Sr.
M Jenn Cochran, Glenelg, Jr.
M Ashley McCulloch, W.T. Woodson, Jr.
M Ashley Paschall, Spalding, Sr.
M Mary Veith, G'town Vis., Jr.
F Sara Eaton, Nat. Cathedral, Jr.
F Sam Riley, B-CC, Sr.
F Sara Siegel, Centennial, Sr.
F Julie Stone, Annandale, Sr.

Honorable Mention
Goalkeepers: Janielle Barth, W.T. Woodson, Soph.; Aly Blum, Glenelg, Jr.; Sara Downs, Frederick, Sr.; Kelsey Flickinger, Quince Orchard, Fr.; Lizzie Goldblatt, Bethesda-Chevy Chase, Sr.; Megan Koster, Oakton, Sr.; Jobi Manson, Severn, Jr.; Samantha Nelson, Holton-Arms, Fr.; Ashley Patsos, Chancellor, Sr.; Casey Quigley, Lake Braddock, Sr. ; Kendall Stone, Jefferson, Jr.

Defenders: Samantha Beard, Middletown, Sr.; Megan Cassara, W.T. Woodson, Sr.; Jenna DiLucente, Oakton, Jr.; Katie Faulkner, Northern, Sr.; Katie Guida, G'town Visitation, Sr.; Allison Kessler, Springbrook, Sr.; Amanda Langley, Long Reach, Jr.; Ariane McComas, Chancellor, Sr.; Lindsey Mertens, T.C. Williams, Sr.; Jenna Rogers, Severn, Sr.; Katie Turner, Severna Park, Jr.

Midfielders: Katie Broaddus, Centreville, Jr.; Jenny Hauser, St. Stephen's/St. Agnes, Sr.; Karla Herrera, St. Stephen's/St. Agnes, Sr.; Alex Hiatt, Bethesda-Chevy Chase, Sr.; Katelyn Irving, Frederick, Sr.; Juliet Leonard, Madison, Sr.; Ashley Loh, Poolesville, Sr.; Simmy Martin, National Cathedral, Jr.; Stacey Messick, Severna Park, Sr.; Lara Meyer, Stafford, Sr.; Kajee Murangi, Springbrook, Sr.; Julie Nagel, Wootton, Sr.; Katy Narron, Glenelg, Sr.; Shannon Strain, Mount Vernon, Sr.; Faith Wassink, Great Mills, Sr.

Forwards: Courtney Arnold, W.T. Woodson, Sr.; Ali Ashburn, Holton-Arms, Jr.; Amanda Brill, Jefferson, Sr.; Lindsey Daugherty, Lake Braddock, Sr.; Kara Davis, Fauquier, Sr.; Lauren Disharoon, South River, Sr.; Mary Freeman, Stafford, Sr.; Casey Hunt, Georgetown Visitation, Jr.; Erin Kelly, Spalding, Sr.; Bethany Martin, Bethesda-Chevy Chase, Sr.; Lauren Pearson, Culpeper, Sr.; Ashley Peck, W.T. Woodson, Jr.; Jada Richardson, Springbrook, Sr.; Amy Skrickus, Broadneck, Sr.; Kellie West, Severna Park, Jr.; Amanda Yanulevich, Glenelg, Jr.

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