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All-Mets All-Mets
Front row (left to right): Amy Smerdzinski, Chantilly; Lauren Malan, Potomac Falls; Nathalie Bolder, Gar-Field; Samantha Drees, Hayfield; Jessica Hart, Hayfield; Claire Zimmeck, W.T. Woodson; Lindsey DiLuzio, Forest Park. Second row: Coach Claire Collins, Broad Run; Kimmy Germain, Langley; Jessica Paris, Centreville; Adam McDaniel, Broad Run; Ashley Banks, W.T. Woodson; Ekom Etuk, Herndon; Liz Frank, Broad Run; Loretta McNamee, Robinson; Coach Randall May, West Springfield. Back row: Doug Ernst, West Potomac; Matt Weiler, Lake Braddock; Patrick Carroll, West Springfield; Grant Ward, Edison; Kevin Edwards, Stafford; Esteban Maldonado, Edison; Ryan Jenkins, Osbourn Park; Steve Rupp, Chancellor; Douglas Boateng, Potomac (Va.); James Owusu, T.C. Williams. (John McDonnell - The Washington Post)

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

Player of the Year
Esteban Maldonado
Edison, Sr.

The Virginia AAA Northern Region's most refined skill player was the nexus of the National District champion Eagles. Is a dominant presence and has the rare ability to take over a game with clutch scoring and consummate ball control. Scored 10 goals and had four assists. Was named district player of the year.

Coach of the Year
Randall May
West Springfield

Led the Spartans to an undefeated and untied regular season with area's most competitive schedule. In four years as West Springfield's head coach, he has won two state titles and accumulated a 67-7-5 record. Voted Virginia AAA Patriot District coach of the year for the second time.

First Team
GK Grant Ward, Edison, Sr.: Four-year starter makes the difficult save look easy. Is the backbone of the Eagles' defense and this season posted seven shutouts. Will play for Kentucky.
D Patrick Carroll, W. Springfield, Sr. : Superb athletic ability makes him the Virginia AAA Northern Region's most versatile defender. Helped Spartans post eight shutouts. Will play for West Virginia.
D James Owusu, T.C. Williams, Sr.: Virginia AAA Patriot District player of the year has the intuition to help him see a play before it develops and the speed to intercept when it does.
D Matt Weiler, Lake Braddock, Soph.: Weiler's defensive presence proved invaluable for the Bruins, who allowed just nine goals through first 15 games.
MF Ekom Etuk, Herndon, Sr.: With impeccable ball control and field vision, the Virginia AAA Concorde District player of the year was the steady hub of the Hornets' possession-oriented attack.
MF Ryan Jenkins, Osbourn Park, Sr.: The best possession player on one of the best possession teams. A precision passer whose free kicks rarely miss their mark. Will play for American.
MF Adam McDaniel, Broad Run, Sr.: Opposing teams must always account for this explosive scorer and repeat All-Met who, despite taking on opponents' top defenders, scored 17 goals and 16 assists to win Virginia AA Dulles District regular season title.
F Douglas Boateng, Potomac, Sr.: Potomac's first All-Met in boys' soccer player is a crafty scorer who led the 25-year old school to its best season. Scored 17 goals and had 6 assists. Will play for Elon.
F Kevin Edwards, Stafford, Sr.: Four-year starter scored a Virginia AAA Commonwealth District-leading 19 goals to set school career record in points (55 goals, 20 assists). Will play for Virginia Tech.
F Doug Ernst, W. Potomac, Sr.: Ernst's consistency in pressure situations carried the Wolverines to several victories. Had 12 goals and six assists to account for more than half of the Wolverines' 21 goals through the first round of regionals. Will play for William & Mary.
F Steve Rupp, Chancellor, Jr.: Was the most consistent scorer on a Chargers squad that scored 73 goals. Led the Virginia AA Battlefield District regular season co-champions with 22 goals and 11 assists.

Second Team
GK Matt Tengs W. Springfield Jr.
D Lance Gunther Langley Sr.
D Jaison Perdue Massaponax Sr.
D Ethan Silver Jefferson Sr.
MF Chris Carroll Falls Church Sr.
MF Pat Doyle T.C. Williams Sr.
MF Jonathan Garcia McLean Jr.
MF Mike Minai Fairfax Sr.
F Jeremy Barlow Langley Sr.
F John Doran Handley Sr.
F Phil Kowalick Potomac Falls Jr.
F Michael Lahoud W.T. Woodson Jr.

Honorable Mention
Goalkeepers: Robbie Batchelder, Stone Bridge, Sr.; Justin Chabbra, Jefferson, Jr.; Alex Fatovic, George Mason, Sr.; Ryan McCauley, Handley, Sr.; Eric Reeves, Broad Run, Sr.; Sam Terban, Herndon, Jr.; Daniel Williams, Lake Braddock, Soph.; Chris Wood, Madison, Sr.
Defenders: Andrew Charron, Westfield, Sr.; Mike Davis, West Springfield, Sr.; Peter Dittmar, George Mason, Sr.; Steve Duncan, Handley, Sr.; Mike Guckian, Brooke Point, Sr.; Akihiro Kadotani, W.T. Woodson, Sr.; Russ Korte, Broad Run, Sr.; Chris Le, W.T. Woodson, Sr.; Kyle Lynch, Chantilly, Sr.; Mario Salazar, Park View, Sr.; Mike Torbert, Annandale, Jr.; Freddie Ventura, Osbourn, Jr.
Midfielders: Justin Armitage, Courtland, Jr.; Nidal Charfi, Edison, Jr.; Brent Cinalli, Chancellor, Sr.; Ben Gaffey, Oakton, Sr.; Jonathan Hawkins, Forest Park, Soph. ; Ali Kargbo, Woodbridge, Sr.; Eric Kilanski, Fauquier, Sr.; Bill Kirchner, Potomac Falls, Sr.; Chris Myers, South Lakes, Sr.; Alexander Nydal, Langley, Sr.; Danfi Parker, Gar-Field, Jr.; Brian Pate, Massaponax, Jr.; Brendan Reddy, Westfield, Sr.; Brian Reyburn, Lake Braddock, Sr.; Scott Tsuchitani, Yorktown, Sr.; Chris Werner, Madison, Sr.; Kyle Williams, Lee, Sr.; Brian Woodworth, Centreville, Sr.
Forwards: Nasser Al-Harazi, Oakton Sr.; Jusufu Barclay, Gar-Field, Sr.; Mario Bazan, Hayfield, Sr.; Mike Brooks, Chancellor, Jr.; Alhaji Kanu, Robinson, Jr.; Jonathan Kochba, Langley, Sr.; Pete Matthews, Jefferson, Sr.; De Monh, Park View, Sr.; Andy Muir, Chantilly, Sr.; David Parsons, Courtland, Soph.; Trevor Sakry, Colonial Forge, Sr.; Pat Viray, South Lakes, Sr.

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

Player of the Year
Amy Smerdzinski
Chantilly, Jr.

The three-time All-Met is the centerpiece of an organized Chargers attack. Two-time AAA Concorde District player of the year is lethal on free kicks near the penalty area and has an outstanding scoring touch around the goal. Scored 17 goals and five assists, leading the Chargers to an unblemished mark in regular season district play.

Coach of the Year
Claire Collins
Broad Run

The AA Dulles District coach of the year led the Spartans to a 14-0-1 regular season record and an automatic berth in the Region II tournament, which Broad Run missed in its first season under Collins after losing on penalty kicks to Potomac Falls in the district tournament semifinals. Has a career record of 55-22-5.

First Team
GK Loretta McNamee, Robinson, Sr.: Two-time all-Northern Region selection named AAA Patriot District co-player of the year after posting seven of her 42 career shutouts. Will play for Tennessee Tech.
D Nathalie Bolder, Gar-Field, Sr.: Outstanding on-ball defender with excellent accuracy on long passes. Scored two goals and had one assist for the Indians. Will play for Kentucky.
D Lindsey DiLuzio, Forest Park, Sr.: Intelligent defender with a strong throw, scored game-winner that gave Bruins the AAA Cardinal District regular season title. Will play for East Carolina.
D Lauren Malan, Potomac Falls, Jr.: One of the region's most versatile players led a defense that allowed five regular season goals. On the offensive end, scored five goals and had 12 assists.
MF Kimmy Germain, Langley, Jr.: Controlling midfielder with outstanding vision scored 11 goals and had three assists as the leader of a young team that reached the AAA Liberty District title game.
MF Jessica Hart, Hayfield, Jr.: Physical force in the midfield for Hawks has an excellent scoring touch. Had 14 goals and 12 assists.
MF Jessica Paris, Centreville, Sr.: The four-time all-AAA Concorde District selection scored 12 goals and had nine assists, helping the Wildcats claim the district tournament title. Will play for George Mason.
F Ashley Banks, W.T. Woodson, Sr.: AAA Northern Region player of the year and two-time All-Met had 18 goals and 21 assists to help Cavaliers to an unbeaten regular season. Will play for West Virginia.
F Samantha Drees, Hayfield, Soph.: Repeat All-Met and first team all-Patriot District selection scored 16 goals this season for the Hawks, helped spark a 10-game unbeaten streak late in the season.
F Liz Frank, Broad Run, Jr.: The two-time AA Dulles District player of the year anchored a dangerous forward line, scoring 20 goals to lead the Spartans to an unbeaten regular season.
F Claire Zimmeck, W.T. Woodson, Jr.: The other half of arguably the best forward line in the AAA Northern Region scored 23 goals and had six assists. A two-time all-AAA Liberty District selection.

Second Team
D Lindsay Alexander Oakton Sr
D Jessie Davis W.T. Woodson Jr.
D Kaitlin O'Connor Chantilly Fr.
MF Lindsay Bowers Lake Braddock Jr.
MF Sara Gulley Robinson Jr.
MF Amanda Koslow Fauquier Sr.
MF Becca Mumley Woodbridge Sr.
F Heather Haupt W. Springfield Jr.
F Emily Jukich Centreville Soph.
F Chrissy Papageorge Jefferson Jr.
F Janna Pearson St. Jackson Jr.

Honorable Mention
Goalkeepers: Brianna Arthurs, Yorktown, Sr.; Kate Burns, Loudoun County, Sr.; Mary Casey, Chantilly, Soph.; Danielle Fortney, Stone Bridge, Sr.; Casey Quigley, Lake Braddock, Sr.; Megan Richardson, Madison, Sr.; Shireen Tashakkori, Herndon, Sr.
Defenders: Leslie Cabe, Lake Braddock, Soph.; Stephanie Hylton, Lake Braddock; Fr., Cindy Kaylor, Centreville, Sr.; Olivia Klopp, Broad Run, Sr.; Kat Libby, Langley, Sr.; Julianna Litts, Jefferson, Sr.; Jill Maslyn, Hayfield, Sr.; Anna Ransbotham, Chantilly, Sr.; Mary Raviea, W.T. Woodson, Jr.; Carson Rubenstein, Lake Braddock, Sr.; Kim Ryan, Robinson, Sr.; Ashley Simpson, Brentsville, Jr.; Samara Stephen-Dowd, Oakton, Jr.
Midfielders: Amy Ballew, West Springfield, Jr.; Kristin Bowers, Lake Braddock, Soph.; Julia Falk, Centreville, Sr.; Niki Ingold, North Stafford, Sr.; Roxy Jahangeri, McLean, Soph.; Abby Lauer, Jefferson, Jr.; Erin May, Broad Run, Sr.; Teri Maykoski, Robinson, Jr.; Gina Om, W.T. Woodson, Sr.; Jenn Om, Jefferson, Sr; Alison Penland, George Mason, Sr.; Katie Somadelis, Oakton, Jr.; Noel Straight, Fauquier, Sr.; Sarah Wolff, Yorktown, Jr.
Forwards: Kim Bonilla, Forest Park, Sr.; Bridgit Cooley, Seton (Va.), Sr.; Brittany Croce, North Stafford, Jr.; Lindsey Daugherty, Lake Braddock, Sr.; Jessie Deegan, Westfield, Jr.; Tiffany Gaskins, Woodbridge, Sr.; Stephanie Hair, Brentsville, Soph.; Mary Jo Loos, Stone Bridge, Soph.; Jenna Martin, Potomac Falls, Sr.; Stephanie Schroeder, Sherando, Jr.; Sarah Senty, Washington-Lee, Jr.; Katita Sherman, Oakton, Sr.; Brianna Smith, Broad Run, Fr.; Kendall Stone, Jefferson, Jr.; Anna Tupy, Edison, Amy Wilcox, Yorktown; Jr.

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