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All-Mets All-Mets
Front row (left to right): Claire Bordley, Holton-Arms; Rachel Manson, St. Stephen's/St. Agnes; Kendall McBrearty, St. Stephen's/St. Agnes; Stephanie Bissett, Mount Hebron; Katie Pumphrey, Severna Park; Jennifer Hauser, St. Stephen's/St. Agnes; Kristen Slahor, Mount Hebron; Jenna Hubbard, St. Mary's-Annapolis. Second row: Coach Jean Counts, Oakton; Christen Fratter, Chantilly; Nick Veith, Georgetown Prep; Brad Ross, Bullis; Quinn Cooke, Oakton; Kelly Kimener, Oakton; Allie Johnson, Broadneck; Coach Dick Long, DeMatha. Back row: Gibbs Fogarty, Landon; Jason Carter, St. Mary's-Annapolis; Matt Nicola, Glenelg; William Dalton, St. Mary's-Annapolis; Tommy Zichelli, Severna Park; Paul Rabil, DeMatha; Danny Glading, Georgetown Prep; Stoddie Nibley, Landon; Ben O'Neill, Episcopal. Not pictured: Jessica Adam, Severn. (John McDonnell - The Washington Post)

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

Player of the Year
Paul Rabil
DeMatha, Sr.

Despite facing constant double-teams and defenses designed to stop him, the 6-foot-3, 205-pound repeat All-Met scored 38 goals with 36 assists and helped lead DeMatha to its sixth consecutive Washington Catholic Athletic Conference title. Will play for Johns Hopkins.

Coach of the Year
Dick Long

Led the Stags to a 13-4 record, which included the program's first victory over Landon, and a sixth consecutive Washington Catholic Athletic Conference championship. Has a record of 179-70 and has won 10.

First Team
Jason Carter
St. Mary's-Annapolis, Sr.

Maryland-bound keeper helped lead Saints to the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference playoffs. Saved 62 percent of the shots he faced.

Ben O'Neill
Episcopal, Sr.

Four-year starter and team captain finished the season with four goals and seven assists. The 6-2, 200-pounder will play for Johns Hopkins.

Nick Veith
Georgetown Prep, Sr.

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.

Tommy Zichelli
Severna Park, Sr.

Keyed Falcons' transition game and helped lead team to the Maryland 4A/3A title and their third consecutive Anne Arundel county championship. Will play for Penn State.

William Dalton
St. Mary's-Ann., Sr.

At times unstoppable, the 6-foot-5, 250-pound Dalton had five goals in a 13-9 victory over Gilman during the regular season. Will play for Maryland.

Danny Glading
G'town Prep, Jr.

A starter since his freshman year, the 6-2, 180-pounder scored 21 goals with 45 assists and helped lead the Little Hoyas to a 16-4 record.

Stoddie Nibley
Landon, Jr.

Scored 26 goals, including two in the IAC championship game; the second won it in the fourth overtime.

Brad Ross
Bullis, Sr.

Team captain scored 32 goals with 10 assists and won nearly 60 percent of the faceoffs he took for the Bulldogs (13-5). Will play for Duke.

Quinn Cooke
Oakton, Sr.

The four-year starter had 44 goals and 29 assists in leading the Cougars to the AAA Concorde District championship for the fourth straight season.

Gibbs Fogarty
Landon, Jr.

Quarterback of Landon's offense. Playmaker had 30 assists and 18 goals to help lead the Bears to the Interstate Athletic Conference title.

Matt Nicola
Glenelg, Sr.

Helped lead Gladiators to 15 consecutive victories and the Maryland 2A/1A state title game with 59 goals and 16 assists. School's career scoring leader with 120 goals.

Second Team
Mike Gvozden, Sev. Park, Soph.

Pat Grimm, Severn, Sr.
Andres McAllister, Gonzaga, Sr.
Peter Trentman, Calverton, Sr.

Josh Funk, Poolesville, Sr.
Mark Kovler, Landon, Jr.
Nick Wojciechowski, North County, Sr.

Nic Bell, Highland, Jr.
Danny Gallagher, DeMatha, Jr.
Christian Pastirik, St. Mary's-A, Jr.
Bubba Scott, St. John's, Sr.
Garrett Stanwick, St. Mary's-A, Sr.

Honorable Mention
Jordan Burke, Bullis, Jr.
Riley Clark, St. John's, Jr.
Matt Harrigan, Landon, Sr.
Joey Kemp, Georgetown Prep, Sr.
Connor Locke, St. Stephen's/St. Agnes, Sr.
Wade Odenwald, Glenelg, Jr.
Ricardo Vargas, O'Connell, Sr.

Glen Bickley, St. Albans, Sr.
Tom Clute, Bullis, Jr.
Will Jawish, Broadneck, Jr.
Kevin Mayer, Potomac School, Sr.
Matt Richter, Glenelg, Jr.
Taso Sporidis, Whitman, Sr.
Matt Vetter, Annapolis, Jr.

Alex Ashcroft, Centennial, Sr.
Brian Asher, St. Albans, Sr.
Andrew Bailey, Langley, Sr.
Andrew Brancaccio, Georgetown Prep, Soph.
Freddie Cassilly, Spalding, Sr.
Alex Chaudry, Walter Johnson, Sr.
Taylor Clagett, DeMatha, Sr.
Drew Collins, St. Mary's-Ryken, Sr.
Joe Derwent, Glenelg, Sr.
Bobby Fitton, Oakton, Jr.
Grant Hollingsworth; Bullis, Sr.
Frankie Keel, Robinson, Sr.; J.D. Kijak, Damascus, Sr.
Eric Meekins, Centennial, Sr.
Alex Middel, Churchill, Sr.
Mike Thomas, Wilde Lake, Sr.
Drew Turner, Severn, Sr.

Mike Aldonas, Paul VI Catholic, Sr.
Dustin Harlowe, St. Mary's-Ryken, Sr.
Blake Harrison, Loudoun County, Sr.
Matt Hickman, Georgetown Prep, Sr.
George Huguely, Landon, Soph.
Ben Hunt, Severna Park, Jr.
Chris Knox, St. Andrew's, Jr.
Andrew Lusby, Severna Park, Sr.
David O'Quinn, Robinson, Sr.
Josh Peck, Broadneck, Jr.
Eric Powell, Herndon, Sr.
Bryce Pyle, Gonzaga, Jr.
Jake Samperton, Landon, Jr.
Rob Shaut, Whitman, Sr.
Aaron Solomon, W.T. Woodson, Jr.
Brock Spilker, Chesapeake, Sr.
Sam Stumpf, Centennial, Jr.
Max VanArsdale, Georgetown Prep, Sr.
Stu Wright, Good Counsel, Sr.

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

Player of the Year
Jennifer Hauser
St. Stephen's/St. Agnes, Sr., Attack

Four-year varsity player and three-year starter finished as the Alexandria school's all-time scoring leader with 308 points. She is second in career goals (182) and second in assists (126) at the school after posting 58 goals and 47 assists this spring. Will play for Boston University.

Coach of the Year
Jean Counts

Guided Cougars to first Virginia AAA Concorde District championship in her sixth season. Counts, whose team has never had a losing season, has a career record of 71-24. Her Oakton teams won regular season district titles in 1998, 2002 and 2004.

First Team
Kendall McBrearty
St. Stephen's/St. Agnes, Sr.

Backbone of Saints' defense stopped 92 of 169 shots (54.4 percent). Will play for Virginia.

Stephanie Bissett
Mount Hebron, Sr.

Tenacious man-to-man defender led a unit that allowed just 40 goals. Helped lift the Vikings (18-0) to their eighth consecutive state title. Will play for Syracuse.

Katie Pumphrey
Severna Park, Sr.

Three-year starter also played an integral role in the Falcons' offense with 26 goals and 12 assists. Also scooped up 46 groundballs. Will play for Maryland.

Jessica Adam
Severn, Sr.

Three-year starter finished career with 126 goals and 124 assists. Had team-high 45 goals and 52 assists this spring. Will play for Duke.

Claire Bordley
Holton-Arms, Sr.

Four-year starter and two-year captain had 30 goals and 21 assists for ISL AA semifinalist. Will play for Virginia.

Christen Fratter
Chantilly, Sr.

Two-time Virginia AAA Concorde District player of the year led team in goals (26), assists (9), total points (35) and groundballs (60). Will play for Virginia Tech.

Allie Johnson
Broadneck, Sr.

Four-year starter capped high school career by leading the Bruins in goals (58) and assists (37). Will play for Duke.

Kelly Kimener
Oakton, Sr.

Four-year starter who also often played defender. Posted 44 goals and 18 assists to lead the Cougars to their first Virginia AAA Concorde District title. Will play for Old Dominion.

Jenna Hubbard
St. Mary's-Annapolis, Sr.

Scored a team-high 50 goals and had 11 assists to lead the Saints (10-6) to the quarterfinals of the IAAM A Conference tournament. Will play for Richmond.

Rachel Manson
St. Stephen's/St. Agnes, Sr.

Three-year varsity player had 43 goals and 11 assists on 57.3 percent shooting to help guide the Saints to their 10th consecutive ISL AA tournament title. Will play for Pennsylvania.

Kristen Slahor
Mount Hebron, Sr.

Served as offensive catalyst for a Vikings team that won its fourth straight Maryland 3A/2A title. Led team in total points (120) by posting 60 goals and 60 assists. Will play for Ohio State.

Second Team
Allie Boute, St. Mary's-A, Sr.

Aly Blum, Glenelg, Jr. Merissa Eide, Mount Hebron, Jr. Ashley McCulloch, W.T. Woodson, Jr.

Megan Boscia, Mount Hebron, Soph. Jennifer Holden, St. Stephen's/SA, Jr. Julie Stone, Annandale, Sr. Meg Taylor, Mount Hebron, Jr. Mary Veith, G'town Visitation, Jr.

Cara Cerone, Annapolis, Jr. Katie Russo, Churchill, Sr. Frannie Sullivan, South River, Sr.

Honorable Mention
Ashley Blum, Glenelg, Sr.
Regan Bosch, Severn, Sr.
Valerie Brown, Mount Hebron, Sr.
Amelia Harris, Robinson, Jr.
Jen Heup, South River, Sr.
Suzy Herlihy, River Hill, Jr.
Megan Millhausen, Broadneck, Sr.
Kari Morrison, Bishop Ireton, Sr.
Ashley Sippel, Stone Bridge, Jr.

Caroline Boiardi, Holton-Arms, Sr.
Chrissie Galindo, Mount Hebron, Jr.
Karla Herrera, St. Stephen's/St. Agnes, Sr.
Hope Jones, St. Stephen's/St. Agnes, Sr.
Paige Keffer, Oakton, Jr.
Abigail Meyer, St. Stephen's/St. Agnes, Sr.
Katie Miller, Walter Johnson, Jr.
Kasey Minner, Annapolis, Jr.
Sonia Poerio, Broadneck, Sr.
Kaitlin Wolff, Chantilly, Sr.

Anastasia Adam, Severn, Soph.
Amy Babiarz, Westfield, Sr.
Alicia Billings, Georgetown Visitation, Jr.
Kate Bitonti, Good Counsel, Sr.
Halley Boring, Atholton, Sr.
Megan Cassara, W.T. Woodson, Sr.
Terri Coover, Glenelg, Jr.
Marine Graham, National Cathedral, Jr.
Elizabeth Henningsgard, Damascus, Sr.
Zara Nematolli, Severna Park, Sr.
Kim Konston, South River, Sr.
Ginna Lance, Mount Hebron, Jr.
Kathy Leutner, Chantilly, Sr.
Marisa Marcellino, Good Counsel, Sr.
Hayley McDonough, Annapolis, Sr.
Kimi Pastrana, St. Mary's-Annapolis, Sr.
Abbey Smith, Southern, Sr.

Courtney Arnold, W.T. Woodson, Sr.
Rachel Bruce, Broadneck, Sr.
Carter Foote, St. Stephen's/St. Agnes, Soph.
Joyce Haynes, Calvert, Sr.
Jessie Heisterman, Broadneck, Soph.
Sara Beth Henry, Centreville, Jr.
Molly Jamieson, National Cathedral, Sr.
Jessica Noone, Stonewall Jackson, Jr.
Bri Ned, Severn, Sr.
Chelsea Parks, Centennial, Jr.
Ashley Paschall, Spalding, Sr.
Jenna Reich, Severna Park, Sr.
Jessica Sardella, Urbana, Sr.
Nicole Shubert, Robinson, Jr.
Caitlin Swift, Spalding, Sr.
Danielle Zuralow, Robinson, Sr.

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