SPRING 2005 ALL-MET
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Lacrosse
All-Mets
Front row (left to right): Ashley McCulloch, W.T. Woodson; Aly Blum, Glenelg; Ali Flury, Broadneck; Ginna Lance, Mount Hebron; Megan Bosica, Mount Hebron; Natasha Davies, Broadneck; Jennifer Holden, St. Stephen’s/St. Agnes; Samantha Schrum, St. Mary’s-Annapolis. Second row: Terri Coover, Glenelg; Bretton Bathras, Severn; Robert Morrison, Landon; Freddy Leighton, Bullis; Danny Gallagher, DeMatha; Jake Samperton, Landon; Allison Perkins, St. Mary’s-Annapolis; Megan Waters, Chantilly. Back row: Coach Brooke Kuhl-McClelland, Mount Hebron; Mike Gvozden, Severna Park; Mark Wade, Lake Braddock; Michael Evans, South River; Ben Hunt, Severna Park; Danny Glading, Georgetown Prep; Matt Munoz, DeMatha; Mark Kovler, Landon; Coach Jonathan Montes, Calverton. (John McDonnell -- The Washington Post)

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

Player of the Year
Danny Glading
Georgetown Prep, Sr.
Midfield

The Little Hoyas' all-time leader in points (274) and assists (156) carried his inexperienced team when it suffered a slew of injuries, then led it to the Interstate Athletic Conference tournament title. The two-time All-Met had 55 goals and 38 assists, including the game-winning assist in the Hoyas' 8-7 overtime victory over Landon in the IAC final. Will play for Virginia.



Coach of the Year
Jonathan Montes
Calverton

Fourth-year coach led the Cougars to a 16-0 record and the Men's Independent Lacrosse League regular season and tournament titles, completing a dramatic turnaround. When Montes took over the program in 2002, it had won two games the previous two years. After finishing 2-11 in 2002, the Cougars have gone 43-8.



First Team
Attack
Danny Gallagher
DeMatha, Sr.

Scored 34 goals with 41 assists to lead the Stags (15-3) to their seventh consecutive Washington Catholic Athletic Conference title. Will play for Maryland.

Attack
Ben Hunt
Severna Park, Sr.

Had 24 goals and 14 assists, including five and two, respectively, in the Falcons' 4A East Region final victory over Annapolis. Will play for North Carolina.

Attack
Jake Samperton
Landon, Sr.

Scored 40 goals with 13 assists for a Landon team that tied a school record with 20 victories. Will play for Georgetown.

Attack
Aaron Solomon
W.T. Woodson, Sr.

Had 270 career points heading into the Northern Region tournament, including 46 goals and 26 assists through this year's Liberty District tournament.

Midfield
Mark Kovler
Landon, Sr.

A left-hander with a blistering shot. Scored a team-high 42 goals with six assists to help Landon capture a share of the IAC title. Will play for Princeton.

Midfield
Robert Morrison
Landon, Sr.

Speedster excelled in transition. Scored 15 goals with 11 assists and had a hat trick in a victory over DeMatha. Will play for Maryland.

Defense
Michael Evans
South River, Sr.

The 6-foot, 200-pounder was the Seahawks' best clearer and Anne Arundel County's premier shutdown defenseman despite playing with a hairline fracture in his foot. Will play for Johns Hopkins.

Defense
Freddy Leighton
Bullis, Sr.

The three-year starter had 63 takeaways and 102 groundballs while marking the opponents' top threat. Will play for Hobart.

Defense
Matt Munoz
DeMatha, Sr.

Fast and athletic, he sparked the Stags' transition game. Scooped up 62 groundballs and had seven goals with six assists. Will play for Drexel.

Goalkeeper
Mike Gvozden
Severna Park, Jr.

A starter in every game of his career, he had a 71.4 save percentage and held opponents to seven goals or less in 12 of 16 games. Will play for Johns Hopkins after his senior season.

Goalkeeper
Mark Wade
Lake Braddock, Sr.

Had a 72.8 save percentage in leading the Bruins to an 8-4 regular season mark and their first victory over Robinson. The four-year starter made more than 600 saves. Will play for Virginia.



Second Team
Attack
Nic Bell, Highland, Sr.
Gibbs Fogarty, Landon, Sr.
Ben Hostetler, River Hill, Sr.
Christian Pastirik, St. Mary's-Annapolis, Sr.
Josh Peck, Broadneck, Sr.

Midfield
Drew Collins, St. Mary's-Ryken, Sr.
Adam Dennis, DeMatha, Sr.
Cody Grimm, Oakton, Sr.
Brian Shea, Gonzaga, Jr.

Defense
Pat O'Keefe, Oakton, Sr.
Chris Tkac, Landon, Sr.

Goalkeeper
Jordan Burke, Bullis, Sr.



Honorable Mention
Attack
Alex Ashcroft, Centennial, Sr.; Seth Blaustein, Langley, Sr.; Joe Brody, Walter Johnson, Jr.; John Brozena, Calverton, Jr.; Nick Donoghue, Bullis, Sr.; Brant Fischer, Churchill, Sr.; Conor Fuhs, Damascus, Sr.; Joe Gargiulo, O'Connell, Sr.; Alex Hoppman, Annapolis, Sr.; George Huguely, Landon, Jr.; Donald Murphy, Oakton, Jr.; Bryce Pyle, Gonzaga, Sr.; Caz Rubacky, Seneca Valley, Sr.; Tommy Schauder, West Springfield, Sr.; David Spaulding, Calverton, Jr.; Jack Walsh, St. Albans, Sr.; Mark Weschler, Good Counsel, Sr.

Midfield
Bobby Atwell, Southern, Sr.; Brandon Butler, W.T. Woodson, Jr.; Sean Calabrese, DeMatha, Sr.; Brennan Dougherty, Centennial, Sr.; Bobby Fitton, Oakton, Sr.; Ben Ganley, Calverton, Sr.; Chris Hunt, Severna Park, Soph.; Neal McKinney, Leonardtown, Sr.; Stoddie Nibley, Landon, Sr.; Truett Valentine, Mount Vernon, Sr.

Defense
Julien Barbey, St. Albans, Sr.; Tyson Barrett, Sandy Spring Friends, Sr.; Michael Britt, Fairfax, Sr.; Ryan Cassil, St. Stephen's/St. Agnes, Sr.; Tyson Colianni, McLean, Sr.; Mike Condron, Centennial, Sr.; Kyle Cotrell, Glenelg, Sr.; Tom Clute, Bullis, Sr.; Jeremy Hirsch, Georgetown Prep, Jr.; Matt Ives, St. Mary's Ryken, Sr.; Erik Kramer, St. Stephen's/St. Agnes, Sr.; Sean Kostowski, Severna Park, Sr.; Jake Raff, Georgetown Prep, Sr.; Kevin Slawta, Whitman, Sr.; Matt Topelius, Bethesda-Chevy Chase, Sr.; Matt Vetter, Annapolis, Sr.

Goalkeeper
Gavin Buckley, DeMatha, Jr.; Riley Clark, St. John's, Sr.; Patrick Frailey, Potomac School, Jr.; Brad Hester, Woodbridge, Sr.; Ward Odenwald, Glenelg, Sr.; Brian Phipps, Severn, Jr.; Mike Robinson, Edison, Sr.

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

Player of the Year
Megan Bosica
Mount Hebron, Jr.
Midfield

One of the nation's best players led the Vikings in goals (61) and had 26 assists. Bosica was at her best in big games, with nine goals and four assists collectively in victories against teams ranked in the top 10 nationally - St. Stephen's/St. Agnes, St. Mary's-Annapolis and Moorestown (N.J.). Bosica, whose team entered the Maryland 3A/2A tournament with a national record 77-game winning streak, has 148 goals and 60 assists over three seasons.



Coach of the Year
Brooke Kuhl-McClelland
Mount Hebron

Fourth-year coach is 72-0. During her tenure, 43 players have earned lacrosse scholarships from Division I schools, including 10 from this year's team.



First Team
Attack
Bretton Bathras
Severn, Jr.

Led Admirals to Interscholastic Athletic Association A1 Conference final by posting 34 goals and 17 assists to go along with 35 groundballs. She had two four-goal games and had at least one goal in each of her team's 16 games.

Attack
Samantha Schrum
St. Mary's-Annapolis, Jr.

Led team to first Interscholastic Athletic Association A1 Conference title by posting 78 goals and 27 assists with 53 groundballs.

Attack
Terri Coover
Glenelg, Sr.

Led Gladiators to the 2A/1A state tournament by posting 54 goals and 29 assists, boosting the four-year starter's statistics to 160 goals and 87 assists. Will play for Virginia Tech.

Midfield
Ali Flury
Broadneck, Jr.

Led Bruins to 4A/3A tournament with 60 goals and 14 assists to go along with 72 groundballs.

Midfield
Jennifer Holden
St. Stephen's/St. Agnes, Sr.

Posted 66 goals and 49 assists to lead her team to its 11th consecutive Independent School League AA tournament title to finish her career with 164 goals and 89 assists. Will play for Virginia.

Midfield
Ginna Lance
Mount Hebron, Sr.

One of the area's toughest players to beat on the draw, she helped Vikings win 70 percent of faceoffs (252 of 357). She also contributed 16 goals and three assists, caused 37 turnovers and collected 45 groundballs. Will play for the University of Pennsylvania.

Midfield
Ashley McCulloch
W.T. Woodson, Sr.

Scored 81 goals and dished out 27 assists in leadx ing the Cavaliers to the Virginia AAA Liberty District title. Will play for Virginia.

Midfield
Allison Perkins
St. Mary's-Annapolis, Jr.

Catalyst of Interscholastic Athletic Association A1 Conference champions recorded 20 goals and 106 assists and recovered 27 groundballs.

Defense
Aly Blum
Glenelg, Sr.

Posted 16 goals and 15 assists and recovered 73 groundballs, giving her 363 for her career. Will play for Ohio University.

Defense
Natasha Davies
Broadneck, Sr.

Scooped up a team-high 86 groundballs to go along with 30 goals and nine assists. Will play for Denver.

Goalkeeper
Megan Waters
Chantilly, Sr.

Four-year player saved 80 of 160 shots (50 percent) and allowed 6.1 goals per game for the young Chargers. Will play for Virginia Tech.



Second Team
Attack
Jessie Heisterman, Broadneck, Jr.
Carter Foote, St. Stephen's/St. Agnes, Jr.
Cara Cerone, Annapolis, Sr.
Meg Taylor, Mount Hebron, Sr.

Midfield
Lizzy Burke, Severna Park, Sr.
Bethany Buzzell, Urbana, Sr.
Cassie Krause, Mount Hebron, Sr.
Mary Veith, Georgetown Visitation, Sr.
Kristen McLain, West Springfield, Sr.

Defense
Paige Keffer, Oakton, Sr.
Lizzie Rupp, St. Stephen's/St. Agnes, Jr.

Goalkeeper
Roxie Alshrue, Westfield, Sr.



Honorable Mention
Attack
Erica Baumgartner, Good Counsel, Jr.; Katherine Denkler, St. Stephen's/St. Agnes, Soph.; Jessica Euler, Walter Johnson, Sr.; Annie Harris, Potomac School, Sr.; Alex Mavris, Chesapeake, Sr.; Claire Mancini, Foxcroft, Sr.; Alex McClammer, Mount Hebron, Sr.; Kelly McConnell, Osbourn Park, Sr.; Marisa McGrann, Georgetown Visitation, Jr.; Chelsea Parks, Centennial, Sr.; Nicole Shubert, Robinson, Sr.; Jessica Sturgill, Centennial, Jr.; Mary Clare Taylor, Mount Hebron, Sr.; Alex West, Lake Braddock, Sr.

Midfield
Cristin Begley, Sherwood, Sr.; Krissy Bentolila, Whitman, Sr.; Alicia Billings, Georgetown Visitation, Sr.; Lauren Carrier, Old Mill, Sr.; Victoria Chapa, Good Counsel, Jr.; Katie Delaney, Robinson, Jr.; Lindsay Gilbride, Georgetown Visitation, Jr.; Jaqueline Giles, Mount Hebron, Soph.; Marine Graham, National Cathedral, Sr.; Christina Griel, Chantilly, Sr.; Ashley Hill, Howard, Sr.; Maddie Kearns, Stone Ridge, Sr.; Kiersten McLouth, Westfield, Sr.; Molly Millard, St. Stephen's/St. Agnes, Soph.; Katie Miller, Walter Johnson, Sr.; Bridget Noon, St. Mary's-Annapolis, Sr.; Caitlin Preas, Good Counsel, Sr.; Mara Sardella, Urbana, Sr.; Kate Streckfuss, Oakton, Sr.; Emily Tomlinson, West Springfield, Sr.

Defense
Polly Brown, National Cathedral, Sr.; Libby Cannon, Severna Park, Sr.; Jackie Doherty, Mount Hebron, Soph.; Liz Downs, St. Stephen's/St. Agnes, Soph.; Merissa Eide, Mount Hebron, Sr.; Chrissie Galindo, Mount Hebron, Sr.; Kendall Gysin, Urbana, Sr.; Becca Kane, Severn, Sr.; Katie Welsh, Oakton, Sr.

Goalkeeper
Sandy Abel, Urbana, Sr.; Amelia Harris, Robinson, Sr.; Casey Lean, Annapolis, Sr.; Katie Monaghan, Spalding, Sr.; Ashley Sippel, Stone Bridge, Sr.; Sonja Stuart, Good Counsel, Sr.; Suzy Herlihy, River Hill, Sr.


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