FALL 2006 ALL-MET

Girls' Soccer

All-Mets
Back row (left to right): Christine Nairn, Spalding; Erika Theisen, River Hill; Annesia Faulkner, Pallotti; Tiffany McCarty, St. John's; Sam Young; Liz Carroll, O'Connell; Bob Dieterle, Spalding. Front row: Melisa Krnjaic, National Cathedral; Karen Blocker, Spalding; Wendy Balogun, Eleanor Roosevelt; Jerica DeWolfe, St. John's (D.C.); Lina Cords, Leonardtown; Charlotte Rizzi, Whitman.

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

 

Player of the Year

F Liz Carroll | O'Connell | Sr.
The repeat All-Met was the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference player of the year, scoring a school-record 35 goals with 17 assists. She also led the Knights to a 21-0 record against area competition, including winning the WCAC championship. Will play for Pittsburgh. Will play for Florida.



Coach of the Year

Bob Dieterle | Spalding
His five-year rebuilding of the oncestruggling Anne Arundel private school program culminated in a 19-0-2 record and championship in the ultra-competitive IAAM A Conference. Spalding ended the season ranked No. 1 by The Post and No. 4 in the nation by Rivals.com. His career record at Spalding is 74-18-8.



First Team

MF Christine Nairn | Spalding | Jr.
The repeat All-Met scored 19 goals, including four game-winners, and had 11 assists while facing constant doubleand- triple teams. Also a Parade All-American and member of the under-17 national team.

MF Erika Theisen | River Hill | Sr.
The repeat All-Met scored 16 goals and had 11 assists while leading the Hawks to a 20-0 record and the Maryland 3A championship. One of the state's most dangerous playmakers in the open field. Will play for Maryland.

F Annesia Faulkner | Pallotti | Sr.
The prolific scorer had 20 goals and 10 assists to lead upstart Pallotti to the IAAM A Conference final. Finished her career with 107 goals. Will play for Maryland.

F Tiffany McCarty | St. John's (D.C.) | Jr.
The repeat All-Met scored 37 goals and had 11 assists, and has 147 career goals. Is in the player pool for the U.S. under- 16 national team and is the only underclassman to be named a repeat all- American by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America.

F Sam Young | Severna Park | Sr.
The three-time All-Met scored 11 goals and had seven assists. Led the Falcons to a four-year mark of 55-9-3 and played a key role in their 2003 Maryland 3A championship as a freshman. Finished her career with 55 goals. Will play for Towson.

MF Melisa Krnjaic | National Cathedral | Sr.
The four-time all-Independent School League selection scored 13 goals and had eight assists while leading National Cathedral to the ISL championship and a perfect record (17-0). Will play for Dartmouth.

GK Karen Blocker | Spalding | Jr.
Allowed six goals and had 16 shutouts in 21 games. Had a save percentage of .945. Helped lead the Cavaliers to the IAAM A Conference championship and the No. 1 spot in The Post's rankings.

GK Wendy Balogun | Eleanor Roosevelt | Sr.
The repeat All-Met and U.S. under-17 national team player allowed fi ve goals in 18 games. Compiled a win-loss record of 46-7-1 as a starter. Will play for Maryland.

D Jerica DeWolfe | St. John's (D.C.) | Sr.
The repeat All-Met split time between midfield and defense and scored 16 goals for the WCAC runner-up. Was a threetime first-team all-WCAC selection. Will play for Dayton.

D Lina Cords | Leonardtown | Sr.
Intrepid defender with outstanding ball skills and quickness led the Raiders to the Maryland 4A title after moving to Maryland from Hawaii as a junior. Earned St. Mary's County player of the year honors. Will play for Boston University.

D Charlotte Rizzi | Whitman | Sr.
After playing a more attacking role last year, the repeat All-Met made a smooth transition to defense. Helped lead Whitman to the Maryland 4A title in 2004 and a state final appearance in 2005. Will play for Brown.



Second Team
GK Amanda Carter, Pallotti, Jr.
GK Kira Maker, Wootton, Sr.
GK Ali Pont, O'Connell, Sr.
D Alissa Bourne, Glenelg, Sr.
D Leeza Constantoulakis, Tuscarora, Sr.
D Jenna Yunger, Spalding, Sr.
MF Hannah Cooper, B-CC, Soph.
MF Sara Tankard, River Hill, Sr.
MF Kika Toulouse, O'Connell, Sr.
F Caroline Miller, Walter Johnson, Soph.
F Megan Novak, Good Counsel, Sr.
F Erica Suter, River Hill, Jr.



Honorable Mention
Goalkeepers: Jenna Cheek, Quince Orchard, Sr.; Casey Durham, Westlake, Jr.; Anna Hicks, Meade, Sr.

Midfielders: Jennie Barbett, Meade, Sr.; Jackie Blake-Hedges, St. Mary's Ryken, Soph.; Sarah Chapman, Good Counsel, Jr.; Danielle Corey, O'Connell, Soph.; Kaitlyn Devine, Leonardtown, Jr.; Katie Greenwood, Eleanor Roosevelt, Sr.; Taylor Jenkins, Thomas Johnson, Sr.; Kathryn Lally, Mount Hebron, Sr.; Emilia Odenkirchen, Quince Orchard, Sr.; Julia Roberts, Urbana, Soph., Lauren Russell, Westlake, Jr.; Ashley Sheffl er; Middletown, Jr.

Defenders: Bailey Bodell, St. John's (D.C.), Soph.; Megan Cahill, Whitman, Sr.; Sara Cooper, Centennial, Sr.; Jasmine Chandler, Pallotti, Soph.; Katie Duncan, Wootton, Jr.; Amanda Pappas, Chesapeake, Sr.; Kara Passarelli, Mount Hebron, Sr.; Chelsea Prentice, Quince Orchard, Sr.; Mary Raffael, Eleanoor Roosevelt, Sr.

Forwards: Diana Apel, Glenelg, Sr.; Tamatri Gale, Gwynn Park, Sr.; Chelsea Godbout, Reservoir, Sr.; Leslie Morrison, Whitman, Jr.; Sr.; Kate Nicholson, Atholton, Sr.; Sara Rager, Paint Branch, Sr.; Tatiana Regino, Einstein, Sr.; Lilian Trujillo, Wheaton, Sr.; Courtney Yee, Tuscarora, Jr.; Carissa Youker, Churchill, Sr.; Emily Zido, Severna Park, Sr.

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