1991 All-Met Girls Spring Soccer Team
Tuesday, May 28, 1991
COACH OF THE YEAR
Led Lancers to four straight
Gunston District titles; career record at Lee is 66-4-2.
Made 147 saves,
notched 3 shutouts for Potomac District champions.
Returning All-Met selection;
Scored 9 goals and 7 assists from back line.
Scored 17 goals and
collected 21 assists; member Olympic Development traveling team.
Repeat All-Met; scored 25 goals
this season to bring her career total to 80; also had 35 career assists.
Steady force at midfield for
Montgomery County champions; scored 9 goals and had 5 assists.
Top Northern District
defender for Rams who had 10 shutouts; scored 10 goals, had 12 assists.
Sweeper anchored defensive
unit which only allowed three goals all season.
varsity starter; had 17 goals and 8 assists for 13-1 Barons.
Leading scorer in
Commonwealth District with 26 goals, also had 14 assists.
Dominant midfielder in Great
Falls District with 5 goals and 6 assists; career 35 goals, 4 assists
Scored 26 goals and
had 9 assists for Gunston District champions.
Dangerous in the penalty
area; scored 25 goals, had 29 assists.
FORWARDS: Kim Butts, Woodbridge; Lisa Henderson, West Springfield;
Kasey Kruger, Gaithersburg; Cindy Landis, B-CC; Mariana Pesantes,
Oakton; Julie Seamon, Madison; Lindsey Seawright, Whitman; Audra Weber,
MIDFIELDERS: Jenny Blackburn, Woodbridge; Julie Bortz, Sherwood;
Julie Colombell, West Springfield; Kelly Donahoe, Stafford; Beth LaCava,
DEFENDERS: Robyn Elam, W.T. Woodson; Julie Hellmuth, Lee; Jessica
Moorleghan, Woodbridge; Amy Short, Woodbridge.
GOALKEEPERS: Sheryl Carr, West Springfield; Erin Tierney, Woodbridge.
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