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Front row, from left to right: Coach Liz Pike (Lake Braddock), Carrie Uffelman (Hylton), Meghan Hurlbut (McLean), Heather Bourne (Robinson), L.J. Williams (Lake Braddock), Taline Tahmassian (Langley), Anna Pawlow (W.T. Woodson). Second row: Kim Bonafede (Robinson), Liana Wooten (Woodbridge), Natalie Jacobs (Centreville), Meghan Ogilvie (West Springfield), Katie Beal (West Potomac), Paula Faherty (Lake Braddock). Third row: Bryan Hinkle (Chancellor), Armando Romero (Yorktown), Luis Collantes (T.C. Williams), Gifford Okatah-Boi (Mount Vernon), Chris Megaloudis (Potomac Falls), Jeff Carroll (West Springfield), Adam Jelinek (Fairfax). Back row: Coach Larry Nemerow (Osbourn Park), Andreas Nydal (Langley), Clayton Voss (South Lakes), Scott Barnett (Robinson), Jason McCoy (West Springfield), Kevin Bailey (Hylton). (Jonathan Newton - The Washington Post)

Boys
Player of the Year
Coach of the Year
First Team
Second Team
Honorable Mention

Player of the Year
Clayton Voss
South Lakes, D, Sr.

With speed, strength and skill in equal proportion, Voss has meant more to his team than any player in the area. Through the district tournament he scored a team-leading seven goals while marshalling the defense to five shutouts. More importantly, the Seahawks' eight victories were a vast improvement over last year's three. Voss will play for William & Mary this fall.



Coach of the Year
Larry Nemerow
Osbourn Park

Guided the Yellow Jackets to a breakthrough season while building a unified and unselfish team. The ninth-year coach found ways to win, often using 20 players a game and wearing down the opposition. The Yellow Jackets finished the regular season.



First Team
Goalkeeper
Adam Jelinek
Fairfax, Jr.

At 6 feet 3, 200 pounds, Jelinek is a commanding and aggressive presence in goal. Registered five shutouts and a 1.29 goals-against average through district tournament.

Defenders
Jason McCoy
West Springfield, Sr.

Tough, savvy left back anchored Spartans' defense that yielded eight goals in 13 regular season games. Brilliant on free kicks, West Point-bound McCoy had 10 assists.

Gifford Okatah-Boi
Mount Vernon, Sr.

Majors improved from 1-10-1 in 2000 to 7-7-2 this season thanks largely to play of mobile, composed sweeper. Team yielded 1.4 goals per game. Will attend Virginia.

Midfielders
Kevin Bailey
Hylton, Jr.

The athletic and versatile Bulldog moved forward from defense and scored 19 goals through 14 regular season games, including four consecutive hat tricks.

Jeff Carroll
West Springfield, Jr.

Gifted playmaker had 11 goals and eight assists through undefeated regular season, picking up where 2000 All-Met Player of the Year and older brother Brian left off.

Luis Collantes
T.C. Williams, Sr.

Quintessential two-way midfielder held young Titans together with unrelenting effort and refined skill. Had four goals and four assists. Will play for Shenandoah.

Bryan Hinkle, Chancellor, Sr.
An outstanding leader who attacks and defends with equal fervor, the William & Mary-bound midfielder had nine goals and 13 assists through regular season.

Chris Megaloudis
Potomac Falls, Sr.

Talented and intense, Virginia signee possesses array of offensive skills. Posted 11 goals and seven assists in 12-0-1 regular season for the Panthers.

Armando Romero
Yorktown, Jr.

A resourceful midfield playmaker with vision and flair, Romero led Patriots to National District championship with eight goals and five assists.

Forwards
Scott Barnett
Robinson, Jr.

A fast and dangerous forward, Barnett can strike quickly from anywhere on the field. Had nine goals, 12 assists through district tournament.

Andreas Nydal
Langley, Sr.

Repeat All-Met. Nydal scored 23 times through Liberty District championship, including seven in tournament. Will play for William & Mary.



Second Team
Goalkeeper
Ike Onyeador
Potomac Falls, Sr.

Defenders
Dan Ambrosio
Oakton, Sr.

Brian Caldwell
W.T. Woodson, Jr.

Brian Kluckman
West Springfield, Sr.

Matt Young
Robinson, Sr.

Midfielders
Zane Hill
Woodbridge, Sr.

Coco Vacaflores
Yorktown, Jr.

Forwards
Mike Huffman
Chancellor, Sr.

Mike Linnington
West Springfield, Sr.

Dave Marut
Handley, Sr.

Said Nabih
Edison, Soph.

Travis Tucker
Osbourn Park, Sr.



Honorable Mention
Goalkeepers
Alberto Alvarez, West Potomac, So.
Brian Chidester, Lake Braddock, Sr.
Marc Herman, Yorktown, Jr.
Michael Iselin, Robinson, Sr.
Pat McConnell, Osbourn Park, Sr.

Defenders
Eric Kent, W.T. Woodson, Jr.
Dwight Keys, Brooke Point, Sr.
Rob Kirchner, Potomac Falls, Sr.
Greg Kuehn, Potomac Falls, Sr.
Craig Myers, Langley, Sr.
Gene Pierson, Jefferson, Jr.
Greg Spence, Lake Braddock, Sr.
Travis Taylor, Hylton, Sr.
Andrew Wiese, West Springfield, Sr.

Midfielders
Midfielders: Patrick Althoff, Park View, Jr.
Barrett Belair, Langley, Sr.
John Dyer, West Potomac, Sr.
Colin Eames, Jefferson, Jr.
Zach Franz, Sherando, Jr.
Richard Gallivan, Fairfax, Sr.
Lucas Grayson, Chantilly, Jr.
Ian Kaila, Massaponax, Sr.
Jason Lewis, Lake Braddock, Sr.
Fernando Ramos, North Stafford, Jr.
Andrew Richardson, Lee, Sr.

Forwards
Nick Bach, Chantilly, Jr.
Jeff Evans, West Springfield, Jr.
Zach Franz, Sherando, Sr.
John Libby, Loudoun County, Jr.
Hugo Martinez, T.C. Williams, Sr.
Ivan Pizarro, Edison, Sr.
Brian Sager, Oakton, Jr.
Pat Scherder, Madison, Jr.
Ryan Toland, Park View, Jr.

Girls
Player of the Year
Coach of the Year
First Team
Second Team
Honorable Mention

Player of the Year
Taline Tahmassian
Langley, F, Sr.

One of the best players ever to hail from the metropolitan area, the Santa Clara-bound Tahmassian is the repeat All-Met Player of the Year and a three-time All-Met. Before the start of the region tourney, the sharp-shooting forward had 22 goals -- 86 for her career -- and two assists.



Coach of the Year
Liz Pike,
Lake Braddock

In her second year of coaching, the former all-American at American University has brought the Bruins' program back to prominence. After upsetting West Springfield to capture the Northern Region tournament last season, Pike led her alma mater -- where she won state titles in 1987 and 1990 -- to a 13-2 mark this year heading into the region tournament.



First Team
Goalkeeper
Kim Bonafede
Robinson, Sr.

An All-Met in 1999, Bonafede allowed four goals this season and compiled 12 shutouts in 14 games. She has 35 career shutouts. Signed with Navy.

Defenders
Katie Beal
West Potomac, Sr.

Repeat All-Met had 17 goals and six assists from a predominantly defensive role. The Parade and NSCAA all-American has signed with Florida State.

Paula Faherty
Lake Braddock, Soph.

An outside marking back who makes the transition from defense to offense with ease. Scored one goal and added three assists this season.

Natalie Jacobs
Centreville, Jr.

Fearless defender helped the Wildcats to their first Virginia AAA Concorde District championship. Had five goals and four assists.

Midfielders
Heather Bourne
Robinson, Jr.

Left-footed field general covers both ends of the field equally well. Scored eight goals and had a team-high 18 assists.

Meghan Hurlbut
McLean, Soph.

Moved from sweeper to central midfielder at midseason to spark the Highlanders, tallying five goals and six assists.

Meghan Ogilvie
West Springfield, Sr.

Spartans' most consistent player picked up the slack when two talented teammates went down with season-ending injuries. Signed with Richmond.

Anna Pawlow
W.T. Woodson, Jr.

Savvy distributor possesses the ball well and has made the Cavaliers a force in the Liberty District. Had six goals and three assists.

Carrie Uffelman
Hylton, Jr.

Before tearing her ACL in a game on May 16, Uffelman was the Bulldogs' main threat with eight goals and four assists.

Forwards
L.J. Williams
Lake Braddock, Soph.

Sturdy player who deserves much of the credit for the resurgence of the Bruins. Netted game-winner against rival Robinson in 1-0 win on May 8.

Liana Wooten
Woodbridge, Jr.

Repeat All-Met has an uncanny knack for scoring and has netted at least 20 goals in each of her three varsity seasons.



Second Team
Goalkeeper
Kelly Fitzgerald
Oakton, Sr.

Defenders
Erica Lee
Oakton, Soph.

Molly Wilson
West Springfield, Sr.

Jen Woodie
Woodbridge, Jr.

Midfielders
Andrea Barschdorf
McLean, Jr.

Susanne Huntington
Langley, Sr.

Katelyn Jones
Yorktown, Soph.

Liz Mumley
Woodbridge, Sr.

Kerry Robinson
Robinson, Jr.

Forwards
Leigh Anthony
W.T. Woodson, Soph.

Tara Kidwell
Loudoun County, Sr.

Casey McCluskey
West Springfield, Sr.



Honorable Mention
Goalkeepers
Meghann Burns, Potomac Falls, Sr.
Sarah Guagliardo, Lake Braddock, Jr.
Katie Kerr, Woodbridge, Jr.
Kelly Kolker, Langley, Jr.
Kathleen Vanderslice, Park View, Sr.

Defenders
Lauren Eaton, Hylton, Soph.
Jennifer Fitzgerald, Lee, Sr.
Lisa Henderson, Washington-Lee, Soph.
Meghan Jones, Broad Run, Sr.
Ari Kaminsky, Hayfield, Sr.
Crystal Reed, Mount Vernon, Sr.
Shaina Ross, Robinson, Jr.
Colleen Screen, Lake Braddock, Jr.
Meredith Thompson, Langley, Sr.
Allison Wagner, W.T. Woodson, Sr.

Midfielders
Midfielders: Melissa Cary, Brentsville, Jr.
Ashley Duffy, Broad Run, Jr.
Maya Garris, T.C. Williams, Jr.
Amanda Guckian, Brooke Point, Jr.
Meghan Howie, West Springfield, Sr.
Ali Krieger, Forest Park, Soph.
Lindsay O'Bannon, Fauquier, Soph.
Sarah Power, Falls Church, Sr.
Vicki Robella, West Potomac, Sr.
Kjersti Trout, Colonial Forge, Jr.
Mary Weisskopf, Centreville, Sr.

Forwards
Jasmine Byrd, Hylton, Soph.
Bridgit Cooley, Seton (Va.), Fr.
Maha Elnahawi, Oakton, Sr.
Allison Hobson, West Springfield, Fr.
Meagan Mullins, Potomac Falls, Sr.
Liz Ostrander, Gar-Field, Sr.
Lindsey Palmiero, Yorktown, Jr.
Shawn Sullivan, McLean, Jr.



Note: Virginia public schools play soccer during the spring. Maryland, D.C. and private schools play soccer during the fall.

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