SPRING 2006 ALL-MET
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Lacrosse
All-Mets
Front row, from left Samantha Schrum, St. Mary’s-Annapolis; Lizzie Rupp, St.Stephen’s/St. Agnes; Karen Nicolaus, Mount Hebron; Evan Royster, Westfield; Megan Bosica, Mount Hebron; Alex Mundy, Glenelg; Allison Perkins, St. Mary’s-Annapolis. Middle row, from left: Coach Jim Beardmore, Severna Park; Kyle Cottrell, Glenelg; Jeremy Hirsch, Georgetown Prep; Ali Flury, Broadneck; Bretton Bathras, Severn; Jill Puffenbarger, Severna Park; Joe Wascavage, St. Mary’s Ryken; Coach Richard DeSomma, Langley. Back row, from left: Kaitlin Duff, Stone Ridge; Lindsay Gilbride, Georgetown Visitation; Mike Gvozden, Severna Park; George Huguely, Landon; Nick Elsmo, Severn; Andrew Brancaccio, Georgetown Prep; Thomas Muldoon, St. Albans; Robbie Maclay, Langley; Brian Phipps, Severn; Bray Malphrus, Georgetown Prep; Carter Foote, St. Stephen’s/St. Agnes. (Jonathan Newton -- The Washington Post)

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

Player of the Year
Andrew Brancaccio
Georgetown Prep, Sr.
Midfield

Brancaccio was the top player for the No. 1 Little Hoyas, who had their first undefeated season (22-0). Brancaccio scored four of his team-high 57 goals in Georgetown Prep’s 15-3 victory over Landon for his third IAC championship. Will play for Georgetown.



Coach of the Year
Jim Beardmore
Severna Park

The third-year coach has led the school to a 48-8 record, including consecutive trips to the Maryland 4A/3A title game, with a state title in 2004. A Severna Park native and all-American goalie at Maryland, he has led the Falcons to three straight county and region championships.



First Team
Goalkeeper
Brian Phipps, Severn, Sr.
Phipps had a 70.3 save percentage and 258 saves on the season. Was the only goalie this season to hold undefeated Boys’ Latin to single digits. Will play for Maryland.

Goalkeeper
Mike Gvozden, Severna Park, Sr.
The four-year starter and repeat All-Met has led the Falcons to county championships every year. He notched 15 saves in a Maryland 4A/3A region semifinal win over Broadneck and allowed just three goals in a victory over South River in the region final. Will play for Johns Hopkins.

Defense
Kyle Cottrell, Glenelg, Sr.
Cottrell had 49 groundballs and forced 51 turnovers. The top player on a defense that allowed just 5.3 goals per game. Will play for Loyola.

Defense
Jeremy Hirsch, G'town Prep, Sr.
A first-team all-state selection, Hirsch anchored a defense that held opponents to less than four goals a game. Will play for Princeton.

Defense
Bray Malphrus, G'town Prep, Jr.
One of the best nonseniors in the area, Malphrus had a key role in his team’s suffocating defense. Malphrus was first-team all-state. Will play for Virginia after senior season.

Defense
Joe Wascavage, St. Mary's Ryken, Sr.
Wascavage helped lead Ryken (16-3) to its highest WCAC finish. He came back from rupturing his spleen in a preseason scrimmage to anchor a defense that allowed six or fewer goals in 15 of its 19 games. Will play for Towson.

Midfield
Nick Elsmo, Severn, Jr.
Known for his elusiveness and quick-trigger, Elsmo led the Admirals with 45 goals and 32 assists.

Attack
George Huguely, Landon, Sr.
He recorded 30 goals and 11 assists this season, has 87 goals and 49 assists in his career and has been a part of two Interstate Athletic Conference championship teams. Will play for Virginia.

Attack
Robbie Maclay, Langley, Sr.
The leading scorer in Saxons history and AAA Liberty District player of the year, Maclay has 151 goals and 58 assists in his career, including 55 goals and 22 assists this season. Will play for Vermont.

Attack
Thomas Muldoon, St. Albans, Sr.
Muldoon is the second leading scorer in Bulldogs history with 158 goals and 60 assists, including 42 goals and 14 assists this year. Will play for Brown.

Attack
Evan Royster, Westfield, Sr.
The All-Met Offensive Player of the Year in football had 55 goals and 20 assists and was one of the best part-time faceoff specialists, winning 88 percent. Will play football for Penn State.



Second Team
Attack
Tommy Incontrera, Mount Hebron, Sr.
Donald Murphy, Oakton, Sr.
Ryan Shuler, Georgetown Prep, Jr.
David Spaulding, Calverton, Sr.

Midfield
Brandon Butler, W.T. Woodson, Sr.
Dean Hart, Atholton, Sr.
Peter Ridge, River Hill, Sr.
Brian Shea, Gonzaga, Sr.
Brian Tabb, Georgetown Prep, Jr.

Defense
Sean Jackson, W.T. Woodson, Sr.

Goalkeeper
Gavin Buckley, DeMatha, Sr.
Chris Casey, Georgetown Prep, Sr.



Honorable Mention
Attack
Tyler Brant, St. John’s, Sr.; Joe Brody, Walter Johnson, Sr.; John Brozena, Calverton, Sr.; Alex Couture, St. Stephen’s/St. Agnes, Sr.; Harper Cullen, Episcopal, Sr.; Fran Gormley, Georgetown Prep, Sr.; Chris Gotschall, Glenelg, So.; Daniel Hostetler, River Hill, Jr.; Matt Kugler, Robinson, Jr.; John Lamon, St. Mary’s-Annapolis, Sr.; Eric Lusby, Severna Park, Jr.; Evan Morgan, Broad Run, Sr.; Brandon Rowe, Broadneck, Sr.; Mike Smail, DeMatha, Soph.; Mark Steverson, Good Counsel, Sr.

Midfield
Ryan Alexander, Pallotti, Sr.; Rhett De Pol, St. Mary’s-Annapolis, Jr.; Chris Brennan, St. Mary’s Ryken, Sr.; Ben Cobleigh, Glenelg, Sr. ; Chris Hunt, Severna Park, Jr.; Danny Coale, Episcopal, Jr.; Xander Crawford, Atholton, Sr.; Ben Ganley, Calverton, Sr.; J.D. Harkey, Loudoun Valley, Sr.; Josh Hostetler, River Hill, Sr.; Brian Jackson, Bullis, Sr.; Chad McCarthy, Mount Hebron, Sr.; Patrick McCormick, Georgetown Prep, Sr.; Lowell Patterson, The Heights, Sr.; Logan Rausse, Broadneck, Sr.; Connor Reilly, Landon, Jr.; John Schiavone, Good Counsel, Sr.; David Taylor, Northern, Sr.

Defense
Neal Brown, Landon, Sr.; Conor Cassidy, Landon, Sr.; Ian Crumley, St. Albans, Jr.; Kevin Etter, Severn, Sr.; Mike Gustowarow, DeMatha, Sr.; Shane Hall, South River, Jr.; Gabe Kelley, Gonzaga, Sr.; Andrew Klontz, Sandy Spring Friends, Jr.; Nick Messinger, Chantilly, Sr.; Michael Miller, St. Albans, Sr., Zach Mueller, Sidwell Friends, Sr.; Thomas Rupp, Oakton, Sr.; Justin Williams, Woodberry Forest, Sr.

Goalkeeper
Brad Chamberlin, Yorktown, Sr.; Patrick Frailey, Potomac School, Sr.; Chris Gascoigne, Langley, Sr.; J.P. Novak, Westfield, Sr.; Pat Simpson, Broadneck, Jr.; C.J. Ward, Oakton, Sr.; Mark White, St. Stephen’s/St. Agnes, Jr.

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

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

The two-time All- Met Player of the Year posted 51 goals and 34 assists to lead the top-ranked Vikings to a 16th consecutive region title. Bosica entered the state tournament with 203 goals and 99 assists for her career. Will play for North Carolina.



Coach of the Year
Richard DeSomma
Langley

The second-year coach led the Saxons to their first Virginia AAA Liberty District title since 1998. After a successful four-year stint at Westfield, DeSomma took over a Langley team that was 9-6 in 2004 and led it to a 12-3 record heading into the Northern Region quarterfinals.



First Team
Goalkeeper
Karen Nicolaus, Mount Hebron, Sr.
She allowed just 32 goals on 134 shots to lead the Vikings to a fifth consecutive undefeated regular season. Will play for Loyola.

Defense
Alex Mundy, Glenelg, Sr.
She recorded 10 goals, 9 assists and 53 ground balls to lead the Gladiators to the semifinals of the Maryland 3A/2A South Region tournament. Will play for Vanderbilt.

Defense
Jill Puffenbarger, Severna Park, Sr.
She anchored a defense that allowed just 5.2 goals per game as the Falcons won their first Maryland 4A/3A East Region title since 2001. Will play for Vermont.

Defense
Lizzie Rupp, St. Stephen's/St. Agnes, Sr.
She recorded 24 groundballs and 13 steals on a defense that gave up just 4.2 goals per game. Will play for Johns Hopkins.

Midfield
Kaitlin Duff, Stone Ridge, Sr.
She posted 101 goals and 10 assists to finish her career with 253 goals and 43 assists. Will play for Virginia.

Midfield
Ali Flury, Broadneck, Sr.
The two-time All-Met posted 61 goals and 19 assists to lead the Bruins to the final of Maryland 4A/3A East Region tournament. She has 121 goals and 33 assists in two seasons. Will play for Denver.

Midfield
Carter Foote, St. Stephen's/St. Agnes, Sr.
She compiled 51 goals and 11 assists for the second- ranked Saints, who won their 12th straight Independent School League AA Tournament. Will play for Vanderbilt.

Midfield
Allison Perkins, St. Mary's-Annapolis, Sr.
The two-time All-Met recorded 58 assists and 11 goals to lead the Saints to the semifinals of the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A1 tournament. Will play for Maryland.

Attack
Bretton Bathras, Severn, Sr.
The two-time All-Met posted a team-high 34 goals and added 28 assists to finish her career with 90 goals and 51 assists. Will play for Johns Hopkins.

Attack
Lindsay Gilbride, Georgetown Visitation, Sr.
She posted 96 goals, 19 assists, 58 groundballs, 29 steals and 125 draw controls to lead the Cubs to fourth place in the Independent School League AA conference. Will play for Duke.

Attack
Samantha Schrum, St. Mary's-Annapolis, Sr.
The two-time All-Met scored a team-high 70 goals and added 29 assists to lead the Saints to a 16-5 record. Will play for Johns Hopkins.



Second Team
Attack
Alex Breiner, O'Connell, Jr.
Katherine Denkler, St. Stephen's/SA, Jr.
Jessie Heisterman, Broadneck, Sr.
Alicia Krause, Mount Hebron, Soph.

Midfield
Erica Baumgartner, Good Counsel, Sr.
Mary Dunleavy, Robinson, Sr.
Julie Gardner, Severna Park, Soph.
Jacqueline Giles, Mount Hebron, Jr.

Defense
Jackie Doherty, Mount Hebron, Jr.
Liz Downs, St. Stephen’s/SA, Jr.
Dana McCreary, Holton-Arms, Sr.

Goalkeeper
Kelsey Ferris, Severna Park, Sr.



Honorable Mention
Attack
Mia Breheny, Bishop Ireton, Sr.; Sarah Cates, Mount Hebron, Sr.; Caroline Cochran, St. Mary’s- Annapolis, Soph.; Kate Fauth, St. Stephen’s/St. Agnes, Sr.; Peyton Killeen, Episcopal, Sr.; Nikki Marciniak, Southern, Sr.; Sara Marshall, Glenelg, Sr.; Sara Morse, Langley, Jr.; Katie Rekart, Mount Hebron, Jr.; Steffi Renninger, Sidwell Friends, Sr.; Hayden Solomon, Bullis, Sr.; Lauren Sterner, Mount Hebron, Sr.; Ashley Stodter, Good Counsel, Jr.; Jessica Sturgill, Centennial, Sr.; Whitney Thomas, Patuxent, Sr.; Ashley White, Walkersville, Jr.

Midfield
Anastasia Adam, Severn, Sr.; Karli Brentlinger, Arundel, Jr.; Christian Carr, St. Mary’s-Annapolis, Sr.; Reid Cifrino, Yorktown, Jr.; Katie Delaney, Robinson, Sr.; Janna Faulkner, Centennial, Sr.; Allie Frank, Severn, Sr.; Tara Gardner, Severna Park, Sr.; Mary Lacey Gilbride, Georgetown Visitation, Soph.; Lizzy Hildebrand, Walkersville, Sr.; Jill Hodges, South River, Sr.; Mia Hurrin, St. Stephen’s/St. Agnes, Jr.; Karri Ellen Johnson, Broadneck, Soph.; Kaitlin Keena, Stone Ridge, Sr.; Elaine Kelch, Lake Braddock, Sr.; Ashley Kimener, Oakton, Soph.; Kiki Manners, Quince Orchard, Sr.; Erica Mihm, Annapolis, Sr.; Molly Millard, St. Stephen’s/St. Agnes, Sr.; Jill Rekart, Mount Hebron, Jr.; Haley Smith, Urbana, Jr.; Amanda Spinnenweber, Chesapeake, Sr.; Natalie West, Lake Braddock, Sr.

Defense
Elizabeth Abramson, St. Stephen’s/St. Agnes, Sr.; Christine Casey, Holton- Arms, Sr.; Bria Eulitt, Mount Hebron, Jr.; Katie Moran, Oakton, Sr.; Jackie Proch, St. Mary’s-Annapolis, Sr.; Breanne Summers, Leonardtown, Sr.; Lauren Van Husen, Langley, Sr.

Goalkeeper
Sara Beckstead, St. Mary’s-Annapolis, Sr.; Laura Block, Foxcroft, Jr.; Samantha Debow, Sherwood, Sr.; Jocelyn Keshishian, Holton-Arms, Sr.; Lauren Thomas, St. Stephen’s/St. Agnes, Jr.; Erica Webb, Broadneck, Sr.


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