First Team | Second Team | Honorable Mention
Player of the Year / Coach of the Year
PLAYER OF THE YEAR
D Hope Battista
South River » Sr.
A four-year starter on varsity, the repeat All-Met had seven goals and six assists, though her most important contributions came as a defensive stopper for the two-time state champion Seahawks, who went 14-0 in the regular season. Will play at Georgetown.
COACH OF THE YEAR
St. Stephen’s/St. Agnes
In her 29th season, Way guided the Saints to their third Virginia Independent Schools Division I state title in nine years, a 23-0-1 finish and a No. 1 ranking in The Post.
|G Amanda Crider ||D Lyndsey Butler ||M Allison Behringer ||M April Cahill |
|Marshall » Jr. ||W.T. Woodson » Sr ||Severna Park » Sr ||Bethesda-CC » Sr. |
|The all-Northern Region player and unanimous all-Liberty District selection recorded seven shutouts. ||All-Northern Region selection led a Cavaliers defense that allowed 0.75 goals per game and recorded 12 shutouts on its way to Northern Region title. Will play for VCU. ||A consistent presence in the midfield, Behringer had eight goals for the Falcons, who won their third straight state title. Will play field hockey and lacrosse for Princeton. ||Ball distribution from the center made Cahill the catalyst for the Barons’ attack, which she led with 13 goals and seven assists as B-CC advanced to the Maryland 3A title game. |
|M Lila Samperton ||M Chelsy Coil ||M Rachel Stream ||F Faith Adams |
|St. Stephen’s/St. Agnes » Sr. ||Foxcroft » Sr. ||Poolesville » Sr. ||Langley » Sr. |
|Samperton earned all-ISL and VIS all-state honors while leading the Saints to the state championship. Will play for Georgetown. ||The three-time all-ISL selection and 2006 second-team All-Met earned all-state honors this season. Coil had eight goals and six assists. Will play for Michigan State. ||With her athleticism, stick skills and nonstop effort, Stream had 26 goals for the Falcons, who went 13-2 as Maryland’s 1A runner-up. Will play for Old Dominion. ||The two-time Northern Region player of the year led the Saxons to an undefeated regular season, scoring 13 goals and adding 15 assists. Will play for Wake Forest. |
|F Monica Baick ||F Megan Oliver ||F Brigitte Strother |
|Quince Orchard » Sr. ||Stafford » Sr. ||Broadneck » Sr. |
|After helping the Cougars win a state title last season, Baick had 12 goals and eight assists this year as Quince Orchard was the Maryland 4A runner-up. Will play for Drexel. ||The Northwest Region player of the year led the Indians to a surprise second-place finish in the state tournament. She scored 13 goals and had seven assists. ||A four-year starter for the Bruins, Strother scored 20 goals and added five assists this season as Broadneck won its first Anne Arundel County title. Will play for Maryland. |
G Virginia Jorden South River, Sr.
D Amanda Lowery Stafford, Sr.
M Ashley Kimener Oakton, Sr.
M Katie Klatt Lake Braddock, Jr.
M Bridget McNamara National Cathedral, Sr.
M Brittany Miner Mountain View, Sr.
M Cassie Pyle St. Stephen’s/St. Agnes, Sr.
M Mary Swarthout Good Counsel, Sr.
F Abby Lynch Spalding, Sr.
F Sarah Parks Centennial, Sr.
F Meg Thaxton W.T. Woodson, Sr.
F Amy Thompson Glenelg, Sr.
Honorable Mention Goalies:
Vivian Butali, National Cathedral, Jr.; Jess Calio, Georgetown Visitation, Sr.; Megan Foy, Poolesville, Jr.; Kelsey Mason, Lake Braddock, Sr.; Paula Trahos, St. Stephen’s/St. Agnes, Jr.; Meghan Smith, Mountain View, Jr. Defense:
Lindsey Cooper, Courtland, Sr.; Jessica Crane, Chesapeake, Sr.; Julie Gardner, Severna Park, Sr.; Shannon Hanratty, Broadneck, Sr.; Rebecca Hertz, Wootton, Sr.; Shannon Kellogg, Mountain View, Jr.; Sammi McNulty, Stafford, Sr.; Kristina Morris, Mountain View, Sr.; Samantha Meyers, River Hill, Sr.; Jordan Sizemore, Patuxent, Sr.; Andrea Stackpole, Culpeper, Sr.; Alicia Vincenty, Quince Orchard, Sr.; Tara White, Edison, Sr. Midfield:
Jessica Barlag, Southern, Sr.; Reagan Beasley, Great Mills, Jr.; Nikki Bowen, Calvert, Sr.; Avery Burns, Severn, So.; Niamh Connelly, Chancellor, Sr.; Kim Goh, Stone Ridge, Jr.; Brooke Griffin, South River, So.; Lucy Hayes, Holton-Arms, Sr.; Maggie John, James Monroe, Sr.; Denise Lenihan, Robinson, Sr.; Meagan McFadden, Notre Dame, Sr.; Katelyn Nolan, Patuxent, Jr.; Kaylee Pohlmeyer, Severna Park, Sr.; Megan Rea, South County, Sr. Forwards:
Amanda Babineau, Mountain View, Sr.; Annie Cohen, Bethesda-Chevy Chase, Jr.; Claire D’Agostino, Forest Park, Sr.; Deanna Dydynski, Mount Hebron, Sr.; Lauren Gottleib, Chesapeake, Sr.; Kate Heineman, Centennial, Jr.; Maya Herm, Whitman, Jr.; Sally Klose, St. Stephen’s/St. Agnes, Sr.; Katie Knapp, Langley, Sr.; Laura Kronenberg, Woodbridge, Sr.; Shannon Lechner, Good Counsel, So.; Lauriann Parker, Glenelg, Jr.; Alissa Peterson, Quince Orchard, Jr.; Hayley Rausch, Severna Park, Sr.; Melissa Register, Culpeper, Sr.; Lainey Rosson, Severn, Sr.; Annie Taylor, St. Stephen’s/St. Agnes, Sr.; Lisa Charney, Fairfax, Jr.