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1998 All-Met Girls Spring Soccer Team

Thursday, June 4, 1998; Page J10

  • Player of the Year
  • Coach of the Year
  • Honorable Mention

  • First Team
  • Second Team
  • Selection Process

  • PLAYER OF THE YEAR
    Megan Hawkins
    Robinson Senior
    Forward
    — Virginia AAA Northern Region Player of the Year.
    — Had 24 goals, 16 assists this season for Northern Region champions.

    COACH OF THE YEAR
    Dave Creswell
    Falls Church
    — Virginia AAA Northern Region and National District Coach of the Year.
    — Led 9-2-1 Jaguars to first girls soccer district title since 1978.

    FIRST TEAM
    Pos. Player School Class Highlights

    F Linnea Lampe Paint Branch Sr.
    Highlights: Had 17 goals and four assists. Will play for Quinnipiac College.

    F Carolyn Marin Hylton Sr.
    Highlights: Va. AAA Northwestern Region Player of the Year. 13 goals, seven assists this season. Career 51 goals, 43 assists.

    F Jennifer Mosakewicz Woodbridge Sr.
    Highlights: Captain of three-time Cardinal District and Northwestern Region champions.

    F Lara Pawlow Jefferson Jr.
    Highlights: Member of U.S. under-17 team. Had 10 goals and 10 assists.

    F Nicole Soules West Springfield Sr.
    Highlights: Scored 10 goals and had 10 assists for 11-1-1 Northern Region finalists.

    MF Amy Cooper Richard Montgomery Jr.
    Highlights: Repeat All-Met. Scored 17 goals for Montgomery County Division II semifinalists.

    MF Andi Rowe W.T. Woodson Sr.
    Highlights: Concorde District Player of the Year and MVP of Concorde tournament.

    MF Sara Wilson Herndon Sr.
    Highlights: Repeat All-Met. Two-time first-team All-Region. Will attend Delaware.

    D Emily McArthur West Springfield Jr.
    Highlights: Sweeper was Patriot District Player of the Year. Anchored defense that allowed only four goals this season.

    D Liz Patrick Madison Sr.
    Highlights: Two-time all-Liberty District defender helped Warhawks to 15th straight Virginia AAA Northern Region tournament berths. Will play for Princeton.

    GK Suzanne Wilson Robinson Sr.
    Highlights: Career goals against average of 0.35 for Virginia AAA Northern Region champions. 32 career shutouts.

    GK Meghan Fitzsimmons Lee Sr.
    Highlights: Repeat All-Met. 32 career shutouts. Two-time Northern Region selection had goals against average of 0.7.

    SECOND TEAM
    Pos. Player School Class

    F    Anya Bohun-Chudyniv   Kennedy               Sr.

    F Tara Flint Potomac Falls Soph.

    F Stephanie Kay Chancellor Sr.

    F Caroline Kent Woodbridge Sr.

    F Audra Poulin Rockville Soph.

    F Kayo Suziki W.T. Woodson Sr.

    MF Colleen McIlwrath W. Springfield Jr.

    MF Courtney Sindelar Churchill Jr.

    MF Kristen Wolfer Robinson Jr.

    D Brandi Barfield Potomac Falls Jr.

    D Natalie Ingold Hylton Soph.

    GK Kelly Fitzgerald Oakton Fr.

    HONORABLE MENTION
    FORWARDS: Adelina Abren, Damascus; Katee Armstrong, Sherando; Aubrey Banig, Q. Orchard; Randee Farrell, Centreville; Kelley Legge, Kennedy; Jennifer Kipp, Walter Johnson; Casey McClusky, W. Springfield; Emily Nay, Centreville; Julie Punaro, McLean; Taline Tahmassian, Langley; Lauren Vanni, W. Springfield.

    MIDFIELDERS: Tara Carpenter, Madison; Stephanie Donaldson, McLean; Kelly Gray, Woodbridge; Heidi Holtzman, Gar-Field; Kristen Kruger, Falls Church; Dani LaSalle, Marshall; Megan Monteith, Chancellor; Sara Power, Falls Church; Molly Shaughnessy, Chantilly.

    DEFENDERS: Katie Beal, W. Potomac; Jaclyn Benjamin, Oakton; Nikki Floris, Woodbridge; Jennifer Gombo, Lake Braddock; Michelle Israel, Lee; Pam Kent, Woodbridge; Amy Lingenfelder, W.T. Woodson; Emily Linton, Marshall; Jessica Packer, Washington-Lee; Hannah Parker, Falls Church; Margaret Rubin, McLean; Melissa Somadelis, Oakton; Merrie Tobler, Loudoun County.

    GOALKEEPERS: Liz Dittamo, Woodbridge; Catherine Fulkerson,ll, Walter Johnson; Jessica Stickles, Hylton. W.T. Woodson; Gretchen Lear, W. Springfield; Adeline Ntam, Kennedy; Seana Patrick, W. Springfield; Kellie Small, Walter Johnson; Jessica Stickles, Hylton.

    HOW THE TEAMS WERE SELECTED
    Coaches of Washington metropolitan area schools whose teams play soccer in spring were invited to submit All-Met nominations. Selections were made by Washington Post scholastic staff members Will Kuhns (boys) and Bryan Tucker (girls). Photographs by The Post's Gerald Martineau. The teams were photographed on the grounds of Fairfax City Hall, which was dedicated in 1962.

    © Copyright 1998 The Washington Post Company




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