1996 All-Met Girls Spring Soccer Team
Thursday, May 30, 1996
PLAYER OF THE YEAR
54 career goals including 22 this season. Va. AAA Northern Region Player of Year. Member U.S. under-20 national team.
COACH OF THE YEAR
Directed 13-1 Patriots to No. 1 ranking and Montgomery Division I title.
Career record of 47-2-4. First-team Va. AAA Northern Region selection.
Repeat All-Met. Two-time Md. all-state selection. Will play at Rutgers.
Va. AAA Patriot District Player of Year. Rams allowed 5 goals this season.
2-time Va. AAA all-Northern Region selection. Team allowed 4 goals in 15 games.
12 goals, 10 assists for area's No. 1 team and Montgomery champion.
15 goals, 12 assists. Spartans 63-2-1 with 4 Va. AA Northwestern titles in career.
Repeat All-Met. 14 goals, 8 assists. 1995 Va. AAA Co-Player of Year.
8 goals, 10 assists for 9-2-1 Rockets. Will play at Delaware.
Repeat All-Met. 12 goals, 10 assists for 9-3-2 Bulldogs.
Repeat All-Met. 17 goals, 14 assists. 66 career goals.
21 goals, 18 assists. Career totals of 85 goals, 74 assists as four-year starter.
GOALKEEPERS: Sarah Farmer, Madison; Kim Smith, W.T. Woodson; Kate Thirolf, R. Montgomery; Beth Weisman, Churchill; Jen Whitcomb, Jefferson.
DEFENDERS: MacKenzie Cashman, Wootton; Lisa Crampton, Lee; Courtney Ficken, Fairfax; Jamie Flather, Walter Johnson; Kjirsten Johnson, Osbourn; Lara Segarra, Courtland; Jennie Seidel, Hylton; Marissa Waite, Chantilly.
MIDFIELDERS: Nicole Alves, W. Springfield; Julia Blain, Robinson; Jenna Booth, Watkins Mill; Amy Cooper, R. Montgomery; Weslee Daughters, Churchill; Katherine Evey, W. Springfield; Allison Farmer, Madison; Michele Hesaltine, West Potomac; Erin Johnson, Whitman; Jen Keefe, Centreville; Dianna Maxwell, Q. Orchard; Leanna McGarvey; Wootton; Centreville; Kim Newell, Woodbridge; Dawn Papaj, Osbourn Park; Jaclyn Raveia, W.T. Woodson; Kelly Rennick, Chantilly; Lindsay Ritter, Robinson.
FORWARDS: Gretchen Basdon, Osbourn; Kris Biety, Loudoun Valley; Alison Davies, Osbourn Park; Christy Frantz, Hayfield; Katie Mehrling, Poolesville; Julie Nelson, Langley; Kyla Robinson, Washington-Lee.
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