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All-Mets All-Mets
Front row (left to right): Laura Cipro (Mount Hebron), Julie Hauser (St. Stephen's/St. Agnes), Kristen Zimmer (St. Stephen's/St. Agnes), Ashley Holden (St. Stephen's/St. Agnes), Tyler Leachman (Holton-Arms), Kristen Waagbo (Mount Hebron). Second row: Cindy Nicolaus (Mount Hebron), Stephanie Scurachio (Mount Hebron), Brooke Richards (Broadneck), Andy Gallagher (DeMatha), Kate Hickman (Severna Park), Laura Barnes (Annapolis), Melissa McCarthy (Mount Hebron). Third row: Tom Boylan (Georgetown Prep), Matt Ward (Landon), Nate Whitaker (Jefferson), Tony Vita (Landon), Kyle Dixon (Spalding). Back row: Coach Mike DelGrande (Bullis), Travis McDonnell (DeMatha), Mike Down (Centennial), Coach Karen Tengwall (Broadneck). Not pictured: Scott Falatach (St. Mary's-Annapolis), Tommy Osbourn (Severna Park), Billy Staines (Severn) (Jonathan Newton - The Washington Post)

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

Player of the Year
A Matthew Ward | Landon, Sr.
Repeat All-Met Player of the Year had 33 goals and 20 assists despite missing seven games with an ankle injury. Scored the winning goal in overtime against Georgetown Prep in IAC tournament final. Signed with Virginia.

Coach of the Year
Mike DelGrande | Bullis
Led Bulldogs to 13-5 record and third-place finish in the IAC tournament. Recorded first win over St. Albans with 10-9 victory in IAC playoffs. Competed in one of the toughest conferences in the country with roster of 26 players.

First Team
GK Travis McDonnell, DeMatha, Sr.: Had two shutouts this year. Finished with 5.9 goals-against average and .680 save percentage. Had at least 20 saves in three games. Signed with Saint Joseph's.
D Billy Staines, Severn, Sr.: Guarded opposing team's top attackman and held six top players to one goal or less. Also had 121 ground balls. Will attend North Carolina.
D Tony Vita, Landon, Sr.: At 6 feet 3, 205 pounds, was an imposing presence on close defense, but also has speed. Led a defense that gave up an average of 5.5 goals per game. Will play for Princeton.
MF Tom Boylan, Georgetown Prep, Sr.: Committed to Harvard after scoring almost 50 goals combined in the past two years. Also scored a behind-the-back goal against Landon in the regular season.
MF Kyle Dixon, Spalding, Sr.: Entered postseason with 54 goals and 63 assists this year and had 362 points in his career. At 6 feet 4, gave opponents tough matchup. Will play for Virginia.
MF Andy Gallagher, DeMatha, Sr.: Leading scorer for four-time defending WCAC champion finished with 71 goals. Stags did not lose a conference game in his four years. Signed with UMBC.
MF Nate Whitaker, Jefferson, Sr.: Played attack, defensive midfield and took faceoffs. His stats show his versatility -- he had 50 goals, 20 assists and 130 groundballs. Signed with Penn State.
A Mike Down, Centennial, Jr.: Had 47 goals, 22 assists and 110 groundballs as Eagles won the Maryland 2A/1A championship and the Howard County title. Team finished 19-2.
A Scott Falatach, St. Mary's-Annapolis, Sr.: Scored more than 50 goals even though he was the focus of every opposing defense. Had four goals and three assists in loss to Georgetown Prep. Signed with North Carolina.
A Mike Osborne, Severna Park, Sr.: One of the leading scorers for Maryland 4A/3A finalist. Tied the state title game three different times. Led offense that averaged more than 16 goals per game.

Second Team
G Harry Alford St. Albans Jr.
D Chris Ourisman Landon Sr.
D J.D. Ricca St. John's Sr.
MF Ben Donoghue Bullis Sr. MF
Adam Fassnacht Robinson Jr. MF
Billy Looney DeMatha Sr. MF
Bret Thompson Georgetown Prep Sr.
A Adam Goldstein Churchill Sr.
A Peter Lamade Landon Jr.
A Connor McCarthy Gonzaga Sr.
A Kurt Nordhoff Mount Hebron Sr.

Honorable Mention
Goalkeepers: Ben Armstrong, St. Andrew's, Sr.; Joel Bell, Highland, Jr.; Dan Benson, Fairfax, Sr.; Brendan Callahan, Gonzaga, Jr.; Chris Fuller, Queen Anne, Sr.; Dan Goldberg, Bethesda-Chevy Chase, Sr.; Charlie Gray, South River, Sr.; Jim Millhausen, Broadneck, Sr.; Tyler Sothoron, St. Mary's-Ryken, Jr.; Jeff Wieker, Landon, Sr.; David Wright, Georgetown Prep, Sr.
Defenders: Pat Buchanan, Lake Braddock, Sr.; Eric Demunda, Broadneck, Sr.; Jamie Donovan, Sidwell Friends, Jr.; David Evans, Landon, Sr.; Preston Foulger, Bullis, Sr.; Pat Mitchell, Oakton, Sr.; Matt Nader, DeMatha, Sr.; Mike Rabil, Watkins Mill, Sr.
Midfielders: Paul Andrews, Walter Johnson, Sr.; Tony Cavalero, Annandale, Sr.; Chad Day, Leonardtown, Sr.; Craig Hammond, Carroll, Sr.; Taylor Harris, Robinson, Sr.; Tim Iuculano, St. John's, Sr.; Will McGettigan, Episcopal, Sr.; Graham O'Brien, Whitman, Jr.; Matt O'Neil, Annapolis, Sr.; Steve Panos, Broadneck, Sr.; P.J. Riester, St. Mary's-Ryken, Sr.; Steve Solomon, W.T. Woodson, Sr.; Sean White, Loudoun Valley, Sr.
Attack: Jake Byrne, Landon, Jr.; Chris Colaianni, Northern, Sr.; Joe Conner, Urbana, Sr.; Luke Dixson, O'Connell, Sr.; Adam Gift, Westfield, Sr.; Pat Hantske, Southern, Sr.; Alex Hooff, Episcopal, Sr.; Rory Hyland, Georgetown Prep, Sr.; Josh Moffatt, Sandy Spring Friends, Sr.; Dave Mueller, North County, Sr.; Alex Smith, Langley, Sr.; Reed Smollar, W.T. Woodson, Sr.; Scott Sowanick, Bullis, Sr.; Nic Towson, Sherwood, Jr.; Greg Weigel, St. Mary's-Ryken, Sr.; Tommy Williams, Severna Park, Sr.

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

Player of the Year
MF Kristen Zimmer | St. Stephen's/ St. Agnes Sr.
The three-time all-American and two-time All-Met set the school record for career assists (133) and finished the season with 26 goals, 39 assists. Saints were 88-4-2 in her four years. Will attend Dartmouth.

Coach of the Year
Karen Tengwall | Broadneck
Led the Bruins to an undefeated season, first state tournament appearance since 1990 and the Maryland 4A/3A championship. Tengwall has compiled a 62-16 record in her five-year career.

First Team
GK Cindy Nicolaus, Mount Hebron, Sr.: Diminutive goalkeeper made season-high 17 saves in Vikings' 11-7 victory over Liberty (Md.) in Maryland 3A/2A North Region final.
D Laura Barnes, Annapolis, Sr.: The team's toughest defender led the Panthers to a 14-5 record and to the Maryland 3A/2A championship game.
D Laura Cipro, Mount Hebron, Jr.: Quick, physical defender led defense which held opponents to 3.1 goals per game in the regular season.
D Julie Hauser, St. Stephen's/St. Agnes, Sr.: All-American and four-year starter consistently guarded opponent's best players. Will attend Virginia.
MF Kate Hickman, Severna Park, Sr.: Led Anne Arundel County champions and Maryland 4A/3A East regional finalists with 55 goals and 15 assists.
MF Melissa McCarthy, Mount Hebron, Sr.: With fearsome left-handed shot, two-time All-Met had 38 goals and 10 assists, despite a stress fracture in her leg.
MF Brooke Richards, Broadneck, Sr.: Maryland signee led the Bruins to the Maryland 4A/3A championship with 56 goals and 51 assists.
MF Stephanie Scurachio, Mount Hebron, Sr.: Two-time All-Met had 49 goals and 35 assists and helped Vikings win sixth consecutive Maryland 3A/2A title.
A Ashley Holden, St. Stephen's/St. Agnes, Sr.: Led Independent School League champion Saints with 89 points (47 goals and 42 assists). Will play for Brown.
A Tyler Leachman, Holton-Arms, Sr.: Had 114 goals this season, 313 for her career, which broke Montgomery County records for goals in a season and career. Will attend Virginia.
A Kristen Waagbo, Mount Hebron, Jr.: Had 61 goals and 33 assists and broke the Maryland tournament record for assists in a game, with six.

Second Team
GK Kathryn Tylander St. Stephen's/St. Agnes Jr.
D Liz Frande Mount Hebron Jr.
D Kaitlin Hancock Severna Park Sr.
D Lauren Vance Episcopal Sr.
MF Laura Anderson Severna Park Sr.
MF Brooke Derringer St. Mary's-Annapolis Sr.
MF Stephanie Jones Broadneck Sr.
MF Jenn Malm Centreville Sr.
MF Kathleen Miller St. Stephen's/St. Agnes Jr.
A Lisa Furst Walter Johnson Sr. A Evelyn Long South River Sr.
A Schuyler Sutton Severn Jr.

Honorable Mention
Goalkeepers: Corey Bralower, Bullis, Sr.; Amanda Childress, Leonardtown, Sr.; Kate Finnegan, St. Mary's-Annapolis, Sr.; Cammie Jurkowsky, Annapolis, Jr.; Melissa Puzak, Broadneck, Jr.; Brooke Shinaberry, Severna Park, Sr.; Leslie Smith, Fairfax, Sr.
Defenders: Laura Carper, Mount Hebron, Sr.; Renee Cipro, Mount Hebron, Jr.; Katelyn Clark, Oakton, Sr.; Desi Colon, Broadneck, Jr.; Rebecca Dankner, Bullis, Sr.; Jennifer Gens, Severn, Sr.; Kate Lipka, Annapolis, Sr.; Ashley Martens, Holton-Arms, Sr.; Jessie McDonald, Whitman, Sr.; Caitlin McNamara, Georgetown Visitation, Jr.; Casey Orr, National Cathedral, Sr.; Jen Ryan, W.T. Woodson, Sr.; Corey Samperton, St. Stephen's/St. Agnes, Sr.
Midfielders: Jessica Adam, Severn, Soph.; Amie Biros, Whitman, Jr.; Michelle DeChant, Annapolis, Jr.; Casey Goodman, Sherwood, Sr.; Lindsay Dutch, Mount Hebron, Jr.; Laura Hostetler, River Hill, Jr.; Lindsey Lewis, Glenelg, Sr.; Leslie McDermott, Paul VI Catholic, Sr.; Anna Melnicove, W.T. Woodson, Sr.; Mary Minshall, Holton-Arms, Jr.; Sarah Plummer, Calvert, Sr.; Carolyn Raveia, W.T. Woodson, Jr.; Liz Reifsnyder, Sidwell Friends, Jr.; Kelly Renzi, Centennial, Jr.; Kaitlin Swagart, National Cathedral, Jr.; Jennifer Tapscott, Stone Ridge, Jr.
Attack: Leila Batmangehlidj, Potomac School, Jr.; Kelly Berger, Hammond, Jr.; Claire Bordley, Holton-Arms, Soph.; Meg Boyd, Severna Park, Sr.; Kate Broderick, Chantilly, Soph.; Karin Brown, Blair, Sr.; Jenny Diana, Robinson, Jr.; Jovan Drotar, Oakton, Sr.; Jenny Hauser, St. Stephen's/St. Agnes, Soph.; Mary Key, St. Mary's-Annapolis, Sr.; Ryan Killeen, Episcopal, Sr.; Kelsey Mays, Annapolis, Jr.; Kate Scott, Broadneck, Sr.; Abby Southmayd, Whitman, Sr.; Alexandra Velesz, Paul VI Catholic, Sr.; Danielle Zuralow, Robinson, Soph.

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