1995 All-Met Field Hockey Team
Thursday, December 7, 1995
PLAYER OF THE YEAR
St. Stephen's/St. Agnes
Had 20 goals, four assists as Saints finished 15-0 and won
Independent School League regular season and tournament championships. Scored school-record 43 career goals. Selected to national future development program.
COACH OF THE YEAR
St. Stephen's/St. Agnes
In her 17th season, 15-0 Saints won ISL championship. Saints
outscored opponents 59-0 and finished No. 1 in Washington area. Career record of 204-29-33.
Had 18 goals and four assists for 12-2-2 Titans. Set school record for
career goals (27), points (61).
Led 18-0 Falcons to fourth straight Maryland 4A title with 19 goals,
Had 10 goals and eight assists for 13-2-1 Maryland 2A champions.
Had five goals and five assists for 14-1 Wildcats who were unbeaten in
Two-time all-ISL selection had nine goals, seven assists.
Two-time all-ISL selection had six goals, three assists for 11-5
All-Northern Region selection scored nine goals in leading 17-2-1
Bruins to Virginia AAA final.
All-Maryland selection keyed defense in which 15-2 Vikings allowed
only five goals this season.
All-ISL selection had four goals, eight assists for 15-0 No. 1 Saints.
Had 26 saves in state championship game for 11-4-2 Maryland 3A
Had 12 shutouts in 15 games for 13-2 Highlanders. Over final two
seasons team had 25 shutouts.
Position, Player, Year, School
Forward, Leslie Feinberg, Junior, B-CC
Forward, Kate McDaniel, Junior, St. Stephen's/SA
Forward, Jessica McGarry, Senior, South Lakes
Midfield, Amy Cassidy, Senior, Richard Montgomery
Midfield, Rosie Gahl, Senior, Walter Johnson
Midfield, Lauren Reynolds, Senior, Sidwell Friends
Defense, Alexa Chopivsky, Junior, National Cathedral
Defense, Nadia Dobryzinksi, Senior, St. Stephen's/SA
Defense, Amna Nawaz, Junior, Jefferson
Defense, Olga Otieno, Senior, Wootton
Defense, Andrea Voltz, Senior, North Stafford
Goalie, Alyssa Bronzert, Senior, Magruder
FORWARD: Allison Altcher, Centennial; Nahal Batmanghelidj, Potomac
School; Amy Brew, Annapolis; Kia Cole, South Lakes; Kathy DeJong,
Jefferson; Megan Eaton, Seneca Valley; Jamie Flathers, Walter Johnson;
Amy Giovannucci, West Potomac; Megan Kelly, Holton-Arms; Nicole King,
Annandale; Rebecca Mitchard, Whitman; Stephanie Paxson, Spalding; Maggie
Rubino, Stone Ridge; Kathleen Shannon, Whitman; Kate Smith, McLean;
Sherry Soper, Courtland; Jenny TeStrake, McLean; Katie Thirolf, Richard
Montgomery; Zelinda Welch, Whitman; Heather White, Lake Braddock; Abby
Wimsatt, Georgetown Visitation.
MIDFIELD: Kristen Bonk, Chesapeake; Katie Busik, St. Mary's; Jessica
Galloway, Poolesville; Christy Hart, Magruder; Emily Harwood,
Centreville; Gray McNair, Episcopal; Ani Mason, Severna Park; Suzanne
Murray, Paint Branch; Kristen Seith, St. Stephen's/SA; Erin Shaller,
Leonardtown; Liz Sturm, Centennial; Robin Wild, West Springfield; Debbie
DEFENSE: Colleen Barry, Oakton; Alison Burke, Courtland; Shana Byers,
Lake Braddock; Megan Durant, Brooke Point; Kim Gonski, Arundel; Jamie
Harris, James Monroe; Erika Johnson, Herndon; Natalie Marchant, Sidwell
Friends; Melissa Reynolds, Severna Park; Lori Rhoades, Walter Johnson;
Jenny Scott, Chancellor; Tracy Tucker, Calvert; Giulia Vita, Georgetown
Visitation; Stephanie Yoo, Fairfax.
GOALKEEPER: Caroline Coleman, Georgetown Visitation; Jeni Jefferson,
National Cathedral; Nancy Livingston, T.C. Williams; Jenn Snelson,
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