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What Does It Take to Be an All-Met?
The Washington Post's scholastic sports staff asked, and All-Mets answered:
Brandi Locoe and Brook Chang

Player of the Year / Coach of the Year

PLAYER OF THE YEAR
F Tiffany McCarty
St. John’s » Sr.
The repeat All-Met led the top-ranked Cadets to their second WCAC title in three seasons with 44 goals and 14 assists and became the area’s all-time leading scorer with 191 goals. Will play for Florida State.

COACH OF THE YEAR
Chuck Nichols
Urbana
Put together one of the toughest nonconference schedules in the area — a move that helped the Hawks to the program’s first Maryland 3A title. In five seasons at Urbana, Nichols has posted a 60-22-3 record.


First Team

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GK Amanda Carta GK Karen Blocker F Brook Chang F Caroline Miller
Pallotti » Sr. Spalding » Sr. O’Connell » Sr. Walter Johnson » Jr.
Recorded three of her nine shutouts during a three-game postseason span to spark the Panthers (12-5-2) to their first IAAM-A Conference title. Will play for Towson. Repeat All-Met set three Maryland goalkeeping records, including single-season shutouts (17) and career shutouts (57). Will play for Liberty. One of the area’s fastest forwards, Chang has great dribbling skills and savvy field sense. Totaled 23 goals and 12 assists for the Knights (17-4-3). Will play for Cornell. A threat to score with either foot, she tallied 25 of her school-record 62 career goals this season. Has offers from Duke, Florida and Virginia.


[Soccer]

F Erica Suter MF Julia Roberts MF Christine Nairn MF Sarah Chapman
River Hill » Sr. Urbana » Jr. Spalding » Sr. Good Counsel » Sr.
Her 19th goal of the season and 53rd of her career gave the Hawks (18-1-1) their second straight state championship. Will play for Johns Hopkins. Scored seven of the Hawks’ nine goals in the playoffs and finished with 12 of the Maryland 3A champion’s 24 goals. Had three goals from more than 35 yards in playoffs. Considered the area’s most skilled distributor, the repeat All-Met had 27 goals and 13 assists to finish as the Cavaliers’ all-time leading scorer. Will play for Penn State. The two-time all-state and all-south region selection scored nine goals and had 10 assists for an offense that outscored its opponents, 74-25. Will play for Florida.


[Soccer]

D Brandi Locoe D Terryn Marette D Bailey Bodell
O’Connell » Sr. Bethesda-Chevy Chase » Sr. St. John’s » Jr.
In three years, Locoe held the area’s most prolific goal scorer — Tiffany McCarty — to two goals in nine meetings. She also scored six times. Will play for South Florida. Recorded 18 assists from the right back position — where she started every game for the past four years and became the Barons’ all-time assists leader with 47. As the Cadets fought to an 8-2-2 record in 12 games against nationally ranked opponents, Bodell marked foes’ top scorers and has yet to allow a goal in her career.


Second Team

GK Caroline Lalley St. John’s, Sr.
F Ariel Nehemiah Quince Orchard, Sr.
F Courtney Yee Tuscarora, Sr.
F Natalie Heintz Potomac School, Sr.
F Erica Page Spalding, Jr.
F Briana Hovington Eleanor Roosevelt, Soph.
MF Danielle Corey O’Connell, Jr.
MF Katie Ruhe Urbana, Sr.
MF Kaitlin Devine Leonardtown, Sr.
MF Kayla Clarke Quince Orchard, Soph.
D Amy Song River Hill, Jr.

Honorable Mention

Goalkeepers: Caroline Browning, Urbana, Jr.; Churchill O’Connell, Potomac School, Soph.; Amanda Whitney, Quince Orchard, Jr.; Casey Durham, Westlake, Sr.
Forwards: Faryn Watts, Wilde Lake, Jr.; Alex Owens, Georgetown Day, Jr.; Hannah Cooper, Bethesda-Chevy Chase, Jr.; Rachel Karanian, Holy Child, Sr.; Catherine Swanson, Holton Arms, Sr.; Kim Byrnes, Good Counsel, Sr.; Alayna Markwordt, Glenelg, Sr.; Annie Case, Maret, Jr.
Midfielders: Emily Gehrig, Leonardtown, Jr.; Elsa Wu, Centennial, Sr.; Samantha Novy, Severna Park, Sr.; Danielle Roos, Tuscarora, Jr.; Cassidy Banks, Potomac School, Jr.; Yvonne Latour, Quince Orchard, Soph., Miyuki Hino, Sidwell Friends, Sr.; Allison Stone, Georgetown Visitation, Jr.; Janie Tankard, River Hill, Sr.; Pam Vranis, Churchill, Soph.; Lissie Arndt, National Cathedral, Jr.; Esmeraldy Arce, Wilson, Sr.; Sierra Smidinger, Arundel, Sr.
Defenders: Amy Olson, Arundel, Sr.; Katie Cloud, Severna Park, Sr.; Jill Zdenek, Whitman, Sr.; Leslie Carrese, Mount Hebron, Sr.; Zania Barnum, St. John’s, Sr.; Larkin Nixon, Glenelg, Sr.; Jazzmine Chandler, Pallotti, Jr.; Randall Marshall, Pallotti, Sr.; Kelliann Rooney, Elizabeth Seton, Sr.; Katie Duncan, Wootton, Sr.

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