1996 All-Met Girls Tennis Team
Thursday, June 6, 1996
PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Repeat All-Met. Unbeaten in four seasons of high school dual-match competition. Samantha Gingold Fr. Natl. Cathedral Finished 11-1 for ISL team champions. Ranked No. 2 in USTA Mid-Atlantic 16-and-under.
COACH OF THE YEAR
Quakers finished 13-0 and tied for ISL championship, their sixth in nine seasons.
Undefeated during regular season. Led Maroon to 5-2 ISL record. Ranked 7th in USTAMid-Atlantic Region 16-and-under.
Repeat All-Met. Won third straight Md. state title. Career 110-2, including wins in last 89 matches.
Finished regular season unbeaten. Montgomery County tournament finalist.
Virginia AAA Liberty District champion was Northern Region runner-up.
Maryland state finalist finished 23-1. Ranked No. 4 in USTA Mid-Atlantic 16-and-under.
Unbeaten in regular season and helped Falcons to WCAC team championship.
Montgomery County and Md. regional champion was 17-2. Fourth in state tournament.
Lindsay Carlson, Arundel; Stephanie Chase, Churchill; Sonya Chawla, Holton-Arms; Mali Friedman, Sidwell Friends; Nadine Grendt, Leonardtown; Jennifer Hellier, Broadneck; Michelle Hughes, Oakton; Kristin Jensen, Georgetown Visitation; Lori Mahoney, Stone Ridge; Bridget O'Connor, Watkins Mill; Elizabeth Oosterhuis, Potomac School; Lisa Pruett, Annandale; Lulu Rodriguez, North Stafford; Megan Romine, Courtland; Jyoti Schlesinger, Sandy Spring; Steffany Slaughter, Handley; Brooke Warner, Hylton; Missy Wycinsky, Gar-Field.
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