1991-92 All-Met Girls Basketball Team
Thursday, March 19, 1992
PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Carried 26-0 Warriors to City Title championship
by averaging 21 points, 14 rebounds, 6 steals and 5 blocks. DCIAA player
of the year.
COACH OF THE YEAR
Team finished 26-3, winning Northern Region title by ending 56-game
winning streak of Madison. Fourth straight season with at least 20
victories has improved career record to 152-41.
The heart of the 10th-ranked Potomac District champions and Northern
Region semifinalists. Averaged 23 points, 6 rebounds, 5 assists and 5
steals. Committed to George Mason University.
A dominating force for the No. 4 Warhawks, who this season tied
Virginia state record by winning their 56th consecutive game. Averaged
16 points, 7 rebounds, 3 assists, 2.8 steals and 2.3 blocks.
Committed to University of Connecticut, strong inside player helped
No. 1 H.D. Woodson to 26-0 season and DCIAA championship. Averaged 19.2
points, 7 rebounds and 7 assists.
Already holds school career scoring record with 1,129 points
including 32 in Maryland Class 4A state semifinal. Led all area girls
with 25.4 points per game including single-game high of 41.
Top player in Howard County directed Mount Hebron to 22-game winning
streak this season and Maryland Class 2A championship last year.
Averaged 13.7 points, 4.6 assists, 4 steals and made 22 three-point
The key ingredient for No. 5 Seton, which finished 26-3 and advanced
to CGAA championship game. Averaged 12 points, 8 assists, 6 steals and 6
rebounds. Committed to University of Maryland.
Provided the inside strength as No. 13 Vikings finished 21-3.
Averaged 17.7 points and 12 rebounds per game.
Outstanding all-around player averaged 19.5 points and 10 rebounds
for 26-3 Northern Region champions. MVP of Virginia AAA Northern
Leading scorer in school history with more than 1,500 points.
Averaged 20 points, 8 rebounds, 3 assists and 3 steals for area's No. 3
team. First-team all Northern District for three years. Signed early
with North Carolina.
Player, School, Height, Class
Renee Jaksch, Madison, 5-11, Senior
Alfreda Jefferson, Coolidge, 5-7, Senior
Chrissy Kelly, West Potomac, 5-5, Senior
Kira Orr, Bullis, 5-5, Junior
Heather Phillips, Robinson, 5-10, Senior
Kim Better, E. Seton, 5-7, Senior
Amy Duran, Stone Ridge, 5-10, Freshman
Becky Greenfield, Bowie, 6-0, Senior
Lisa Ostrom, Watkins Mill, 6-0, Sophomore
Denise Wojciech, Madison, 5-3, Junior
Stacey Himes, Old Mill, 5-7, Junior
Jennifer Linthicum, Gar-Field, 6-0, Senior
Keisha McCatty, Largo, 5-8, Senior
Michaal Tuttle, O'Connell, 5-9, Senior
Kendra Wallace, Fauquier, 6-1, Junior
Maria Acevedo, Watkins Mill; Lora Aggour, Springbrook; Kim Allen,
National Cathedral; Theresa Arnett, Damascus; Kris Bryant, Mount Hebron;
Vania Cooke, St. Andrew's; Maritza DuBois, Bullis; Dara Brunelli, St.
Stephen's/St. Agnes; Cecilee Campbell, Springbrook; Viola Carter,
Eastern; Debbie Dadds, Northeast; Tanissa Dorsey, Glenelg.
Jill Eckenrode, Oxon Hill; Chrissy Elliott, Osbourn; Katie Haley,
Richard Montgomery; Tye Hall, Centreville; Denitria Hayes, McDonough;
Eliza Hitz, Potomac School; Renita Johnson, North County; Candace
Johnson-Hampton, National Cathedral; Mary Klima, W.T. Woodson.
Thandeka Masimini, Wilson; Paula McNamee, Sidwell Friends; Nicole
Mitchell, Madison; Tiffany Moss, DuVal; Aree Plunkett, Anacostia;
Jennifer Prowinski, Calvert; Teshara Scriber, Potomac (Md.); Trinette
Tucker, South Lakes; Rebecca Wagner, Grace Brethren; Keisha Weaver,
Parkdale; Kate Wells, West Potomac; Kacy Williams, Hammond.
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