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1998 All-Met Girls Lacrosse Team

Thursday, June 4, 1998; Page J14

Kelly Dirks
Annapolis Senior
— Repeat All-Met.
— Scored 80 goals and had 52 assists for 20-1 Maryland 4A/3A state champions, including six goals in semifinal victory
— Scored 198 goals the past three seasons
— Will play for Duke next season

Amy Newell
— Six-year coach led 11-1 Eagles to Virginia AAA National District title after Alexandria school finished 5-6 last season
— Eagles outscored opponents by 113-29 margin in best season in school history

Pos. Player School Year Highlights

Attack Tracey Bounds Mount Hebron Sr.
Highlights: Repeat All-Met had 52 goals, 52 assists for Maryland 2A/1A state champions. Committed to Ohio State.

Attack Kristin Henderson Lake Braddock Sr.
Highlights: Repeat All-Met had 73 goals and 20 assists for undefeated Bruins. Will play at Virginia Tech.

Attack Wendy Van Norden Seneca Valley Sr.
Highlights: Had 32 goals this season for 12-2 Screamin' Eagles. Maryland bound player set school record with 151 career goals.

Midfield Megan Mirick Robinson Sr.
Highlights: Repeat All-Met. Switched from defense to center and had 33 goals, 16 assists. Will attend Ohio State.

Midfield Alison Moulin St. Stephen's/St. Agnes Sr.
Highlights: Had 50 goals and 26 assists, including nine points in deciding game of ISL AA season. Will play for Dartmouth next year.

Midfield Claire Sullivan National Cathedral Sr.
Highlights: Three-sport athlete finished with 51 goals this season, 140 for career. Committed to Duke.

Midfield Kellie Thompson St. Mary's-Annapolis Sr.
Highlights: Had 48 goals and 23 assists for No. 1 Saints. 105 goals over past two seasons. Will play at North Carolina.

Defender Summer Crabtree St. Stephen's/St. Agnes Jr.
Highlights: Versatile defensive wing for No. 2 St. Stephen's. Had 14 goals, including three in first half of ISL championship.

Defender Tiffany Schummer St. Mary's-Annapolis Sr.
Highlights: Line defender totaled 12 goals, nine assists for No. 1 Saints. Committed to Virginia.

Defender Julie Shank Severna Park Jr.
Highlights: Repeat All-Met. Defense wing had 30 goals, 23 assists and 15 interceptions.

Goalkeeper Kristen Foster Mount Hebron Sr.
Highlights: Made nine saves in Maryland 2A/1A championship as Vikings won sixth state title in seven seasons. Will play at Duke.

Pos. Player School Yr.
A Nahal Batmanghelidj Potomac School Sr.

A Lauren Kickham Mount Hebron Soph.

A Katie Robinson St. Mary's-Annapolis Sr.

A Brooke Wagner Annapolis Sr.

M Jessica Gallogly Holy Cross Sr.

M Andrea Jeria Holton-Arms Sr.

M Lauren Nelson Oakton Sr.

M Carol Pricket Severn Sr.

D Megan LewisSt. Mary's-Annapolis Sr.

D Eloise Priest St. Stephen's/St. Agnes Sr.

D Carrie Soults Georgetown Day Sr.

G Julia McCombs Whitman Sr.

ATTACKMEN: Janice Berezdivin, Langley; Kristy Dirks, Annapolis; Jessica Dorney, Q.Orchard; Whitney Duncan, Potomac School; Melanie Esders, Magruder; Annie Graf, Episcopal; Jodi Graul, Edison; Jen Hartman, Severn; Barbie Kersten, W.T. Woodson; Michelle Livezey, Whitman; Mandy Martin, South Lakes; Caroline Miller, St. Stephen's/St. Agnes; McNevin Molloy, Georgetown Visitation; Jessica Osterman, Whitman; Megan Slugg, Paul VI; Morgan Thalenberg, St. Mary's-Annapolis.

MIDFIELDERS: Melissa Biles, St. Stephen's/St. Agnes; Melissa Deland, Potomac School; Lauren Eadie, South Lakes; Heather Ingram, West Springfield; Shannon Jarrett, Lake Braddock; Megan Kelly, Holton-Arms; Christy McNew, Annapolis; Katie Nordhoff, Mount Hebron; Lauren Thaler, Georgetown Day; Erika Webster, Paul VI; Debbie Wheat, Damascus.

DEFENDERS: Trish Derwart, Mount Hebron; Sarah Gregg, Potomac School; Ann Harmon, Robinson; Jen Jefferson, Annapolis; Kerry Miller, Annapolis; Meg Miller, Severna Park; Susan Park, Whitman; Heather Richey, St. Stephen's/St. Agnes; Lida Ungar, Georgetown Day.

GOALIES: Megan Benton, Bullis; Katherine Berardelli, Edison; Alaina Harper, National Cathedral; Gina Kline, St. Stephen's/St. Agnes; Kim Lawton, Severna Park; Stacy Makris, McLean; Virginia Solomon, Georgetown Day; Mary Beth Stanton, Holy Cross; Kere Withey, W.T. Woodson.

Coaches of all Washington metropolitan area schools were invited to submit All-Met nominations. Selections were made by Washington Post scholastic staff members Will Kuhns (boys) and Jon Solomon (girls). Photographs by The Post's Gerald Martineau. The teams were photographed, through the cooperation of the National Park Service, at Pierce Mill, the last operating grain mill on Rock Creek. Mill was built about 1820 and was operated until 1897.

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