SPRING 2007 ALL-MET

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Boys' Lacrosse

First Team  |  Second Team  |  Honorable Mention

Player of the Year

Ryan Shuler, Sr.
Georgetown Prep  |  Attack
Shuler had game-winning goals against St. Paul's, Darien (Conn.) and St. Stephen's/St. Agnes. He notched three goals and three assists against Landon as the Little Hoyas earned a share of the Interstate Athletic Conference title. He finished with 36 goals and 44 assists. Will play for Georgetown.

Coach of the Year

Malcolm Lester
St. Albans
Lester, one of the most respected coaches in the area during his 16 years, led St. Albans to its first IAC tournament title and a share of its first overall conference title.


First Team

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Mark White Michael White Matt Kawamoto Bray Malphrus
St. Stephen's/St. Agnes, Sr.
Goalkeeper
St. Stephen's/St. Agnes, Sr.
Defense
West Springfield, Sr.
Defense
Georgetown Prep, Sr.
Defense
White led the Saints to a berth in the IAC tournament final and the Virginia private schools state championship. He saved 71 percent of shots on goal. Will play for Maryland. White was the primary defender on a defense that allowed fewer than four goals per game. He had 28 groundballs, 2 goals and 1 assist. Will play for Maryland. Kawamoto was considered one of the best players in Virginia. He had 85 groundballs, 5 goals and 2 assists in 13 games. Will play for Ohio State. Despite an early-season back injury, Malphrus was still one of the area's top talents. The repeat All-Met finished with 114 groundballs. Will play for Virginia.


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Ian Crumley Rhett De Pol Brian Tabb
St. Albans, Sr.
Defense
St. Mary's-Annapolis, Sr.
Midfield
Georgetown Prep, Sr.
Midfield
Crumley notched 75 groundballs and four goals on a stellar defense that led the Bulldogs to a share of the IAC title. Will play for Navy Prep. De Pol is a big midfielder with outstanding stick skills who scored 24 goals and added 16 assists in St. Mary's playoff season. Will play for Navy Prep. Tabb was the best faceoff man in the area, winning 72 percent and leading the Little Hoyas with 127 groundballs. Will play for Georgetown.


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Nick Elsmo Zach Angel Matt Kugler Eric Lusby
Severn, Sr.
Midfield
St. Mary's Ryken, Jr.
Attack
Robinson, Sr.
Attack
Severna Park, Sr.
Attack
Elsmo's strong frame allowed the repeat All-Met to notch 36 goals and 21 assists and win 62 percent of his faceoffs despite consistent double-teams. Will play for Virginia. Angel racked up 44 goals and 75 assists this season for the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference champion Knights. Will play for Duke or Georgetown. Kugler was regarded by many as Virginia's top player, notching 43 goals and 48 assists. Will play for Virginia after one year of prep school. Lusby helped Falcons to their second straight 4A/3A state title, scoring 63 goals and adding 29 assists in a high-powered offense. Will play for Loyola.


Second Team

G - Andrew Wascavage, St. Mary's Ryken, Jr.
D - Kevin Ridgeway, Georgetown Prep, Sr.
D - Mark Staines, Severn, Sr.
D - Joseph Tkac, Landon, Sr.
M - Connor Reilly, Landon, Sr.
M - Mike Rogers, DeMatha, Jr.
M - Andrew Rohacik, St. Albans, Sr.
M - Brian Will, Bullis, Jr.
A - Stephen Coyle, Georgetown Prep, Sr.
A - Tommy Murray, St. Stephen's/St. Agnes, Sr.
A - Colby Rhodes, Severna Park, Sr.
A - Mike Smail, DeMatha, Jr.

Honorable Mention

Goalies: Jon Athens, Northern, Sr.; Jason Berto, Washington-Lee, Sr.; T.C. DiBartolo, Spalding, Sr.; Ross Fernandez, W.T. Woodson, Jr.; C.T. Fisher, Landon, Jr.; Mark Guillen, Broad Run, Sr.; Ryan Kleman, Robinson, Sr.; Sean McKenna, Good Counsel, Sr.; Jon Selfridge, Glenelg, Jr.; Guy Van Sickle, St. Albans, Jr.; Pat Simpson, Broadneck, Sr.; Steven Silverberg, Wootton, Sr.

Defense: Joe Bonanni, St. Mary's-Annapolis, Jr.; Zack Gassman, Annapolis, Sr.; Billy Grayson, St. Albans, Jr.; Shane Hall, South River, Sr.; Andrew Klontz, Sandy Spring Friends, Sr.; Nick Lawson, Glenelg, Sr.; Stephen Sauser, Northeast, Sr.; Justin Schmidt, St. Mary's Ryken, Sr.; Wade Shelton, Westfield, Sr.; Derek Styer, Georgetown Prep, Sr.; Bertan Unal, Churchill, Sr.; Andrew Walls, Glenelg Country, Sr.

Midfield: Will Amling, Georgetown Prep, Sr.; Iric Bressler, North Stafford, Sr.; Danny Coale, Episcopal, Sr.; Will Comiskey, Landon, Sr.; Andrew Connor, St. Stephen's/St. Agnes, Sr.; Ben Engleman, Wootton, Sr.; Daniel Hostetler, River Hill, Sr.; Chris Hunt, Severna Park, Sr.; Thomas MacNeil, South River, Sr.; Patrick Maloney, Georgetown Prep, Sr.; Brett Schmidt, St. Mary's Ryken, Sr.; Jonathan Stumpf, Centennial, Sr.; Tyler Zinck, Robinson, Sr.

Attack: Sam Burns, Wootton, Sr.; Zach Cummings, Old Mill, Sr.; Taylor Cook, St. Mary's Ryken, Sr.; A.J. Cybulski, Madison, Jr.; Sean Dinn, Gonzaga, Sr.; Chris Gotschall, Glenelg, Jr.; Peter Gudmundsen, Jefferson, Sr.; Eric Madigan, Broad Run, Jr.; Reid Mayberry, W.T. Woodson, Sr.; Matt Rawson, St. Albans, Sr.; Teddy Seifert, St. Stephen's/St. Agnes, Sr.

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