1993 All-Met Girls Lacrosse Team
Tuesday, May 25, 1993
PLAYER OF THE YEAR
St. Stephen's/St. Agnes
Repeat All-Met. Had 64 goals, 21 assists for
14-1 Saints. Scored 197 goals in three years.
COACH OF THE YEAR
Won his sixth Howard County title and team brought 35-game winning
streak into its second straight appearance in Maryland 2A/1A state
Repeat All-Met. Had 23 goals, 15 assists in leading Lions to second
straight WAGLL title.
Repeat All-Met. Led 17-1 Quakers with 55 goals, 14 assists. All-ISL
selection two straight years.
All-ISL selection led 10-4-2 team with 61 goals, 18 assists.
Had 74 goals, 31 assists for defending Maryland 2A/1A champion
Explosive scorer led 13-2 Panthers to Maryland 4A/3A regional final
with 50 goals, 40 assists.
Three-time All-Met. Had 23 goals, 15 assists to help Quakers to
second straight ISL regular season title.
Versatile player led Falcons to Anne Arundel title and berth in
Maryland 4A/3A final.
Top defender in Virginia AAA Northern Region. Led Rams to Northern
Repeat All-Met. Led Panthers with 33 goals, six assists. All-ISL
selection 1992, 1993.
Top-notch defender helped Falcons to Anne Arundel County
championship and Maryland Class 4A state final.
Made 123 saves, allowing 62 goals for Maryland 2A/1A finalists.
Allison Buchko, Madeira,
Lisa Meltz, St. Stephen's/St. Agnes,
Julia Morill, Potomac School,
Cathy Nelson, Mount Hebron,
Elissa Thorstad, Episcopal,
Megan Riley, South River
Amy Carnaggio, Severna Park,
Amy Fine, Mount Hebron,
Katy Kemerer, Broadneck,
Alison Lages, Centennial,
Erin McGinnis, Mount Hebron,
Cory Samaras, Annapolis,
Allison Valentino, Atholton,
Marili Uno, McLean
Julia Davis, Sidwell Friends,
Kate Gemmel, St. Stephen's/St. Agnes,
Tierney Clark, Mount Hebron,
Stacia Hepburn, Mount Hebron
Kate Brew, Annapolis,
Amy Davis, South River,
Dana Hoffman, Glenelg,
Nora Taylor, St. Stephen's/St. Agnes
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