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All-Met All-Mets
Front row (left to right): Emily Forline (Bethesda-Chevy Chase), Hayley Siegel (Centennial), Mick Imgram (O'Connell), Kelly Glacken (Glenelg), Kara Lewis (River Hill), Katy Hudson (River Hill). Back: Nataly Arias (O'Connell), Shannon Hadaway (Severna Park), Melissa Hornfeck (Arundel), Coach Kathy Lacey (Eleanor Roosevelt), Lauren Gamble (Good Counsel), Alison Feldman (Churchill), Melissa Whitley (Good Counsel). (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
MF Nataly Arias, O'Connell, Sr.
Two-time All-Met tied a school record with 30 goals this season and also had 11 assists. Named Washington Catholic Athletic Conference player of the year for the third consecutive year. A two-time NSCAA all-American, she was also the NSCAA player of the year in Virginia the last two seasons. Led by Arias, the Knights were The Post's top-ranked team all season and finished the year ranked No. 4 in the country. Will play for Maryland next year.

Coach of the Year
Kathy Lacey, Eleanor Roosevelt
Guided the Raiders to an 18-2-1 record, their third Maryland 4A South Region title in four years, and their first state championship. In Lacey's four years as head coach, the Raiders have gone 64-7-2 and have been scored upon by county opponents just three times.

First Team
GK Katy Hudson, River Hill, Jr.
Team MVP made 87 saves, allowed only three goals and recorded 14 shutouts. Finished with a .967 save percentage.

D Alison Feldman, Churchill, Sr.
Two-time all-state selection led Bulldogs through a tumultuous season rife with injury. Will play for George Mason next year.

D Emily Forline, Bethesda-Chevy Chase, Jr.
Two-time all-state selection could play any position on the field, but in close games stayed on defense. She finished with three goals and eight assists.

D Lauren Gamble, Good Counsel, Sr.
Lockdown defender was first-team all-state selection for the Falcons, who allowed 11 goals in 21 games. Committed to Maryland.

D Kelly Glacken, Glenelg, Sr.
As stopper for Maryland 2A finalist, led Gladiator defense that held opponents to 17 goals in 18 games this year.

MF Mick Imgram, O'Connell, Jr.
Powerful midfielder had 19 goals and 16 assists for WCAC-champion Knights. A two-time All-Met and three-time all-WCAC selection.

MF Shannon Hadaway, Severna Park, Sr.
Led Falcons to back-to-back state championships by tallying seven goals and 10 assists. Will play lacrosse for Ohio University.

MF Melissa Hornfeck, Arundel, Sr.
Anne Arundel County player of the year had 16 goals and 10 assists for the Wildcats. Also was named first-team all-state.

MF Hayley Siegel, Centennial, Jr.
Two-time All-Met was named Howard County player of the year each of the past two seasons. Was named first team all-state.

F Kara Lewis, River Hill, Sr.
Though small (5 feet 2, 105 pounds), the Cornell-bound striker had 10 goals and nine assists. Was named first-team all-state.

F Melissa Whitley, Good Counsel, Sr.
First-team all state selection had 17 goals and eight assists. Was also named to the NSCAA's scholar all-American team.

Second Team
GK Michelle Mattingly, Leonardtown Sr.
D Lauren Kelly, O'Connell, Jr.
D Lauren Maisel, Eleanor Roosevelt, Sr.
MF Kelli Devine, Leonardtown, Sr.
MF Katherine Laco, Whitman, Soph.
MF Erin Moore, Poolesville, Sr.
MF Zara Nematohalli, Severna Park, Sr.
MF Amanda Poach, Bowie, Jr.
MF Erica Wright, Whitman, Jr.
F Vicki Anagnostopoulos, Good Counsel, Soph.
F L.B. Puglisi, O'Connell, Jr.
F Kim Bunting, Bullis, Jr.

Honorable Mention
Goalkeepers: Jessica Bennett, South River, Sr.; Catie Bukowski, Arundel, Sr.; Amber Campbell, Frederick, Jr; Catie Hellmuth, Good Counsel, Sr.; Stephanie Marcellin, Paul VI Catholic, Sr.; Heather Moe, Calvert, Sr.; Christie York, Severna Park, Sr.

Defenders: Rabia Ali, Wootton, Sr.; Abby Bishop, Urbana, Jr.; Nicole Brown, Spalding, Jr.; Amanda Dabbenigno, O'Connell, Jr.; Tracey Dahlen, Chesapeake, Sr.; Jennifer Dunbar, St. Mary's-Annapolis, Sr.; Stacey Grenier, Atholton, Sr.; Tara McCarron, Eleanor Roosevelt, Jr.; Shelley McDuff, River Hill, Sr.; Stephanie Mirales, Calvert, Sr.; Amy Morrison, South River, Sr.; Melissa Okenka, Leonardtown, Sr.; Brooke Ratcliffe, Wilde Lake, Sr.; Megan Shea, Oakland Mills, Sr.; Karen Waskewich, Holy Cross, Sr.

Midfielders: Marika Austin, Sandy Spring Friends, Jr.; Jessica Basso, Hammond, Sr.; Erin Casey, Eleanor Roosevelt, Sr.; Lindsay Curtin, Paul VI Catholic, Sr.; Megan Haspert, Glenelg, Jr.; Alexa Herlach, National Cathedral, Sr.; Stephani Jones, Calvert, Jr.; Thuy Le, Westlake, Jr.; Courtney Lemmon, Good Counsel, Jr.; Claire Linden, Potomac School, Sr.; Ali McDonough, Wilde Lake, Sr.; Jenny Medvene-Collins, Georgetown Day, Sr.; Erin Meyers, Walter Johnson, Jr; Jennifer Naylor, St. Mary's-Annapolis, Sr.; Lauren Sands, Good Counsel, Jr.; Leslie Schultze, Sherwood, Sr.; Jackie Stromberg, River Hill, Sr.; Jamie Swears, South River, Sr.; Rachel Young, Wootton, Sr.; Ann Ziegler, National Cathedral, Sr.

Forwards: Dianna Barrerra, Einstein, Sr.; Brooke Brumby, Quince Orchard, Jr.; Jada Daniel, Riverdale Baptist, Soph.; Jessica DeStefano, Wootton, Sr.; Dani Kim, Whitman, Sr.; Ashley Myrick, Wilde Lake, Soph.; Mandy Paizs, Centennial, Jr.; Jen Ruhe, Urbana, Soph.; Andrea Toro, Holy Child, Soph.; Molly Weir, Holy Cross, Jr.; Alli Wilkerson, Bowie, Sr.; Jessie Wolfe, Damascus, Jr.; Stephanie Yesnick, National Cathedral, Jr.; Jessica Young, Thomas Stone, Sr.; Sam Young, Severna Park, Fr.

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

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