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All-Mets All-Mets
Front row (left to right): Coach Kevin Giblin, Georgetown Prep; Laura Cipro, Mount Hebron; Mary Key, St. Mary's-Annapolis; Schuyler Sutton, Severn; Michelle DeChant, Annapolis; Maria Bosica, Mount Hebron; Desi Colon, Broadneck; Coach Mary Pat Veihmeyer, Whitman. Second row: John Bennett, Georgetown Prep; Kip Turner, Severn; Brooke Shinaberry, Severna Park; Kathleen Miller, St. Stephen's/St. Agnes; Kathryn Tylander, St. Stephen's/St. Agnes; Amie Biros, Whitman; Nick Veith, Georgetown Prep; Evan Calvert, Centennial. Back row: Jake Byrne, Landon; Blake Best, Severna Park; Paul Rabil, DeMatha; Kristen Waagbo, Mount Hebron; Lucius Polk, St. Albans; Patrick Cook-Deegan, Annapolis; Adam Fassnacht, Robinson. Not pictured: Eric Zerrlaut, St. Mary's-Annapolis. (John McDonnell - The Washington Post)

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

Player of the Year
John Bennett
Georgetown Prep, Senior
Long-Stick Midfielder

The athletic and imposing Bennett anchored a defense that allowed just four goals per game and yielded double digits just once. Helped lead Prep to its first two wins over Landon and first outright IAC title. Will attend Princeton.



Coach of the Year
Kevin Giblin
Georgetown Prep

Led top-ranked Little Hoyas to 22-1 record, including two victories over rival Landon (the first two in school history). Prep captured the outright Interstate Athletic Conference title, marking the first time Landon did not win at least a share. Owns 222-55 career record.



First Team
Goalkeeper
Kip Turner
Severn, Sr.

Team most valuable player made 259 saves this season. Had outstanding games in victories over Landon and McDonogh (Balt.). Signed with Virginia.

Defense
Patrick Cook-Deegan
Annapolis, Sr.

Led defense that allowed just 5.2 goals per game. Marked opponents' top player for 14-2 Maryland 3A/2A champion. Will play for Brown.

Defense
Nick Veith
Georgetown Prep, Jr.

Relentless 5-foot-10, 180-pound defender held Maryland-bound Michael Phipps of Severn to two points and Jake Byrne of Landon to one for IAC champions.

Defense
Eric Zerrlaut
St. Mary's-Annapolis, Sr.

Anchored defense that held both Gilman and Severn to four goals. One of just two high school defensemen named to U.S. under-19 national team. Will play for Johns Hopkins.

Midfield
Evan Calvert
Centennial, Sr.

Villanova-bound playmaker had 29 goals and 37 assists for Howard County champion. Set school records for career points (205) and assists (122).

Midfield
Lucius Polk
St. Albans, Sr.

Top outside shooter had four goals against Oakton and three against Landon and DeMatha; finished with team-high 24 goals and18 assists. Will attend Notre Dame.

Midfield
Paul Rabil
DeMatha, Jr.

Helped Stags to fifth consecutive WCAC title. Had 42 goals, 31 assists. Is a tough matchup because of his size-he is 6-foot-3, 185 pounds.

Attack
Blake Best
Severna Park, Sr.

Had 45 goals and 35 assists to help lead Falcons (18-1) to Anne Arundel County championship and 4A/3A state final. Will play for Lehigh.

Attack
Jake Byrne
Landon, Sr.

Three-year starter finished career with 202 points, nine away from school record. First Landon player to sign with Johns Hopkins.

Attack
Adam Fassnacht
Robinson, Sr.

Had 19 goals, 13 assists in first 10 games for Rams. Led team to unofficial state title last year. Also an All-Met in wrestling and twice in football. Will play lacrosse for Virginia.



Second Team
Goalkeepers
Harry Alford, St. Albans, Sr.
Brendan Callahan, Gonzaga, Sr.

Defenders
Jake Baxter, Severna Park, Sr.
Jamie Donovan, Sidwell Friends, Sr.
Brendan Teague, St. Mary's-Annapolis, Sr.

Midfielders
Dan Bauers, Oakton, Sr.
Will Davis, St. Albans, Sr.
Mike Down, Centennial, Sr.

Attack
Trevor Casey, Georgetown Prep, Sr.
Chad Cohen, Walter Johnson, Sr.
Michael Phipps, Severn, Sr.



Honorable Mention
Goalkeepers
Joel Bell, Highland, Sr.; Mike Gvozden, Severna Park, Fr.
Joey Kemp, Georgetown Prep, Jr.
Zachary Krissoff, Annapolis, Sr.
Drew Morgan, Paul VI Catholic, Sr.
Ward Odenwald, Glenelg, Soph.
Tyler Sothoron, St. Mary's-Ryken, Sr.
Sam Stockdale, Sidwell Friends, Sr.

Defenders
James Alfano, St. Albans, Sr.
Nik Beckman, Centennial, Sr.
Gabe Butler, W.T. Woodson, Sr.
Kevin Castro, Arundel, Sr.
Greg Duckman, South River, Sr.
Devin Kennedy, Seneca Valley, Sr.
Ryan McClure, DeMatha, Sr.
Mark Phelan, Broadneck, Jr.
Tony Traiforos, Churchill, Sr.
Stephen Whittenberg, Lake Braddock, Sr.
Tommy Zichelli, Severna Park, Jr.

Midfielders
Thomas Alford, St. Albans, Sr.
Mike Baggetta, Oakton, Sr.
Mitch Belisle, Severna Park, Sr.
Kevin Coale, Episcopal, Jr.
Beau Davis, Broadneck, Jr.
Danny Glading, Georgetown Prep, Soph.
Demario Green, Annapolis, Sr.
Terry Kimener, Oakton, Sr.
Peter Lamade, Landon, Sr.
Beau Nickerson, Broadneck, Sr.
Graham O'Brien, Whitman, Sr.
Terry Steffens, Westfield, Sr.
Robbie Valentine, Mount Vernon, Sr.

Attack
Scott Atwell, Sherwood, Sr.
Patrick Bailey, Osbourn Park, Sr.
Jon Beard, South River, Sr.
Kyle Beliczky, Glenelg, Sr.
Austin Bordley, Landon, Sr.
Gibbs Fogarty, Landon, Soph.
Sean Dougherty, Centennial, Sr.
Louis Gonzalez, Arundel, Sr.
Chris Lehman, Georgetown Prep, Sr.
Nick Ricucci, Seneca Valley, Sr.
Scott Sowanick, Bullis, Sr.
Brock Spilker, Chesapeake, Jr.
Nic Towson, Sherwood, Sr.
Brian Vetter, Annapolis, Sr.
Eric You, Jefferson, Sr.
Allan Zullinger, Stone Bridge, Sr.

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

Player of the Year
Kristen Waagbo
Mount Hebron, Sr., Attack

Waagbo was the top threat on the top team in the area. During her four years, Mount Hebron went 72-1-1 and won four Maryland state titles. Will attend Duke.



Coach of the Year
Mary Pat Veihmeyer
Whitman

Led the Vikings to 14-2 record and fourth consecutive Maryland 4A/3A West Region championship. Her teams have won 95 consecutive games against Montgomery County Public Schools competition, and she is 101-15 in her seven years with the school.



First Team
Goalkeeper
Brooke Shinaberry
Severna Park, Sr.

Boasted a .677 save percentage and allowed just 2.2 goals per game for Anne Arundel County champion Falcons. Will play for Vanderbilt.

Goalkeeper
Kathryn Tylander
St. Stephen's/St. Agnes, Sr.

School's all-time saves leader with 574, stopped 70.1 percent of shots this season for ISL champion that was 79-2-2 in her four years. Under-19 team member will play for Harvard.

Defender
Laura Cipro
Mount Hebron, Sr.

Georgetown-bound repeat All-Met selection led defense that yielded just 3.8 goals per game, shut out three teams and held 12 to five goals or fewer.

Defender
Desi Colon
Broadneck, Sr.

Stalwart and speedy defender for two-time Maryland 4A champion also had 12 goals and seven assists this year. Will play for Maryland.

Midfielder
Amie Biros
Whitman, Sr.

Four-year starter scored 70 goals with 20 assists and handled draws for Vikings, who won fourth straight Maryland 4A/3A West Region title. Will play for Brown.

Midfielder
Michelle DeChant
Annapolis, Sr.

Scored 67 goals with 20 assists to lead the Panthers to the Maryland 3A/2A championship game. Will play for Stanford.

Midfielder
Kathleen Miller
St. Stephen's/St. Agnes, Sr.

Field hockey All-Met player of the year leaves for Princeton as Saints' all-time points leader with 298. Under-19 team member had 68 goals, 46 assists this season.

Attack
Maria Bosica
Mount Hebron, Sr.

Tied a state record with eight points (four goals, four assists) in the Maryland 3A/2A championship game. Will play for James Madison.

Attack
Mary Key
St. Mary's-Annapolis, Sr.

Had 94 goals, 43 assists for IAAM-A finalists and is headed to Johns Hopkins. Also had 61 goals and a school-record 35 assists in career for soccer team.

Attack
Schuyler Sutton
Severn, Sr.

Georgetown signee had 66 goals and 26 assists, to lead Admirals to a 14-3-3 record and the IAAM-A semifinals. Also on the under-19 team.



Second Team
Goalkeeper
Melissa Puzak, Broadneck, Sr.

Defenders
Renee Cipro, Mount Hebron, Sr.
Lydia Denkler, St. Stephen's/St. Agnes. Sr.

Midfielders
Kelly Berger, Hammond, Sr.
Jenny Dianna, Robinson, Sr.
Lindsay Dutch, Mount Hebron, Sr.
Kelly Renzi, Centennial, Sr.
Kaitlin Swagart, National Cathedral, Sr.

Attack
Jenny Hauser, St. Stephen's/St. Agnes, Jr.
Katie Pumphrey, Severna Park, Jr.
Carolyn Raveia, W.T. Woodson, Sr.



Honorable Mention
Goalkeepers
Brittany Friedrich, River Hill, Sr.
Cammie Jurkowsky, Annapolis, Sr.
Kari Morrison, Bishop Ireton, Jr.
Jordan Preston, Holy Cross, Sr.

Defenders
Kate Broderick, Chantilly, Jr.
Christen Fratter, Chantilly, Jr.
Molly Gannon, Bishop Ireton, Sr.
Jenn Gappert, Broadneck, Sr.
Erin Kennedy, Severna Park, Jr.
Caitlin McNamara, Georgetown Visitation, Sr.
Kimi Pastrana, St. Mary's-Annapolis, Jr.

Midfielders
Jessica Adam, Severn, Jr.
Kristen Conques, Paul VI Catholic, Sr.
Ali Flury, Broadneck, Fr.
Lauren Giebel, Quince Orchard, Sr.
Julie Gladchuk, St. Mary's-Annapolis, Sr.
Jackie Gray, Oakton, Sr.
Katie Hogwood, O'Connell, Sr.
Laura Hostetler, River Hill, Sr.
Allie Johnson, Broadneck, Jr.
Kelly Kimener, Oakton, Jr.
Mairi Kincaid, Loudoun Valley, Sr.
Kaylene Klingenstein, Eleanor Roosevelt, Jr.
Katie Krumpotich, Glenelg, Sr.
Becky Lee, Fairfax, Jr.
Mary Minshall, Holton-Arms, Sr.
Jenna Moon, Damascus, Sr.
Chelsea Parks, Centennial, Soph.
Emma Rapp, Fauquier, Sr.
Liz Reifsnyder, Sidwell Friends, Sr.
Katie Russo, Churchill, Jr.
Jennifer Tapscott, Stone Ridge, Sr.
Mary Veith, Georgetown Visitation, Soph.
Alexandra Velesz, Paul VI Catholic, Sr.
Ann Wisloski, Hylton, Sr.

Midfielders
Leila Batmangehlidj, Potomac School, Sr.
Jen Betts, Holy Cross, Sr.
Claire Bordley, Holton-Arms, Jr.
Lizzie Culvahouse, St. Stephen's/St. Agnes, Sr.
Lynlea Cronin, Wilde Lake, Sr.
Caitlin Gorman, Bishop Ireton, Sr.
Kelyn Laws, Mount Hebron, Sr.
Karen Long, Mount Hebron, Sr.
Jen May, South River, Jr.
Kelsey Mays, Annapolis, Sr.
Ashley McCulloch, W.T. Woodson, Soph.
Abby Southmayd, Whitman, Sr.
Danielle Zuralow, Robinson, Jr.



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