1994-95 All-Met Girls Basketball Team
Thursday, March 30, 1995
PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Three-time All-Met. Averaged 20.8 points, 12.5
rebounds, 7 steals and 4 assists in leading Gators to area's No. 1
ranking and Independent School League AA Division championship. Scored
2,535 career points. Signed with Connecticut.
COACH OF THE YEAR
Led Gators to school-best 26-3 season and No. 1 ranking.
Less than one year after being critically injured when
hit by an automobile while jogging, he directed Bethesda private school
to Independent School League AA Division regular season and tournament
titles. Gators won prestigious Keenan Holiday Classic.
Repeat All-Met. Averaged 18.4 points, 8 rebounds and 4.3 steals in
leading No. 5 Vikings to 23-3 record and Maryland Class 3A state title.
Three-time all-Montgomery County selection scored more than 1,500 career
points. Signed with Connecticut.
A third-team All-Met two years ago, she rebounded from severe knee
injury as junior to average 15.7 points, 6 rebounds, 4 steals and 3
assists for 28-3 second-ranked Falcons. Scored 1,400 career points.
Signed with American.
A second-team All-Met last season, she was selected to Virginia AAA
all-Northern Region team this season. Averaged 15.5 points, 10 rebounds
and 3 blocked shots. Signed with George Mason.
The all-time leading scorer at the private Northwest D.C. school with
more than 1,500 points, she averaged 25.4 points, 10 rebounds and 3
assists this season. Signed with American.
Four-year varsity starter was City Title Game MVP as No. 2 Falcons
won championship after taking Wheaton's school's first WCAC title. WCAC
Player of the Year was three-time all-league selection. Averaged 10
points and 8 assists. Signed with Loyola (Baltimore).
Virginia AAA all-Northern Region selection averaged 12 points and 6
rebounds for 29-2 No. 6 state runners-up. Warhawks were 54-3 in her
final two seasons, winning Northern Region championship this season.
Signed with George Washington.
Averaged 20 points, 11 rebounds, 6 assists and 3.3 blocked shots
for 19-8 Clippers. Two-time all-Prince George's County selection.
Three-year starter is two-time all-Northern Region selection.
Outstanding passer averaged 14 points, 7 assists and 6 steals for 27-3
No. 3 Virginia AAA state champions. Virginia AAA Coaches all-state
Led Washington-area public school scorers with 30.8 points per game
for No. 6 Warhawks. Made 104 three-point shots (45.1 percent). MVP of
Northern Region, Liberty District and NationsBank (Tenn.) tournaments.
Averaged 9.3 rebounds, 5.5 steals and 4.5 assists per game. Virginia AAA
Coaches all-state selection.
Player, School, Ht., Class
Kim Bretz, Whitman, 5-4, Sr.
Tiffany Brown, Elizabeth Seton, 5-6, Jr.
Aileene Frazer, Bladensburg, 5-4, Sr.
Chavonne Hammond, Arundel, 5-4, Jr.
Tiki Nicholson, Hammond, 5-7, Sr.
Tzeitel Barcus, South Lakes, 6-1, Sr.
Peppi Browne, Blair, 6-0, Jr.
Danielle Golay, Osbourn, 6-2, Sr.
Kish Jordan, Centennial, 5-9, Sr.
Nelaya Lee, Gar-Field, 6-0, Jr.
Alisha Mosley, Mount Hebron, 5-7, Jr.
Danielle O'Banion, Episcopal, 5-7, So.
Rhina Roberts, Wilson, 5-8, Sr.
Meghan Sheehan, O'Connell, 5-10, Sr.
Kate Von Holle, Robinson, 5-10, Jr.
Kim Addison, Queen Anne; Sara Atalla, Falls Church; Katie Averyt,
Lake Braddock; Katie Bailey, Seton (Va.); Kelly Barajas, Mount Vernon;
Latonia Beale, Hayfield; Tiffany Bell, Hayfield; Ali Berlin, Churchill;
Darria Boyd, Laurel; Jillian Bridges, Springbrook; Stacy Briscoe,
Chopticon; Katie Brodnik, O'Connell; Kiesha Brooks, Sherwood; Regan
Carter, Potomac (Md.); Mia Chiparus, Gar-Field; Wendy Cooper, Stafford;
Helen Cymrot, Field School; Annetta Davis, St. Mary's-Annapolis; Angela
DeSalvo, Severna Park; Winnie Duffy, Wakefield Marshall; Michelle
Duhart, Wakefield; Maisha Ellis, St. John's; Sharron Evans, Anacostia;
Tenasha Evans, Coolidge; Quanteia Ferguson, Centreville; LaTisha Few,
North Stafford; Krystal Gale, Stonewall-Mount Jackson; Latoya Gardner,
Wilson; Kristin Gartner, Woodbridge; Christen Greene, Paint Branch;
Felicia Harris, Largo; Tameka Harrison, Hammond; Dawn Ingram, T.C.
Williams; Mona Jackson, Howard; Starr Jefferson, Laurel; Tricy Johnson,
Bladensburg; Nicole Jones, Fairfax; Yolanda Jones, H.D. Woodson; Angela
Krivonak, Rockville; Renee Lettington, Park View; Danielle Leyfort,
Oakton; Lawanda Lumpkin, Oxon Hill; Lauren McHargue, Oakland Mills; Val
Muravchik, Stone Ridge; Suzie Miller, Good Counsel; Jen Mottar, Arundel;
Ashley Murphy, La Plata; Shemico Murphy, Bethesda-CC; Joei Olson, Good
Counsel; Gingi Perry, Elizabeth Seton; Meredith Pine, Sherwood; Telisha
Quarles, Louisa; Jamie Ricca, St. John's; Kristen Riismandel, Wilde
Lake; Kirsten Roberts, Madison; Stacey Simms, Loudoun Valley; Erin
Sindelar, Stone Ridge; Jackie Smith, Hylton; Jill Smith, Broadneck;
Shari Smith, Annandale; Dana Spriggs, H.D. Woodson; Mandy Stephan, West
Springfield; Julie Tarrance, Eastern; Kyra Taylor-Grossman, Sidwell
Friends; Kate Thirolf, Richard Montgomery; Tara Tornabeni, Langley;
Lesley Walker, Wheaton; Melissa Wade, High Point; Quintina Walker,
Elizabeth Seton; Ada-Marie Walsh, Potomac School; Karlita Washington,
H.D. Woodson; Theadousia White, Spingarn.
Player, School, Avg.
Winnie Duffy, Wakefield Country, 40.2
Katie Smrcka-Duffy, Madison, 31.8
Kim Addison, Queen Anne, 25.7
Regan Carter, Potomac (Md.), 25.7
Ashley Murphy, La Plata, 25.4
Nichole Grant, Maret, 24.4
Katie Thirolf, R. Montgomery, 22.9
Kish Jordan, Centennial, 22.3
Amy Duran, Stone Ridge, 21.7
Rhina Roberts, Wilson, 21.0
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