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First Team  |  Honorable Mention

Player of the Year

Chris Hamm, Sr.
The repeat All-Met shot 3-under 69-70--139 to win the Virginia AA championship. The strong putter also tied for Region I championship. He tied for 16th last summer at USGA Junior Amateur. Will play for Kennesaw (Ga.) State.

Coach of the Year

Bob Barry
Georgetown Prep
In his 24th season at the Rockville school, Barry led the Little Hoyas to a 15-4 record and captured the Interstate Athletic Conference title for the fifth time in six years. The team set school single-season (average 192) and individual match (181) scoring records. Career record: 360-81-8 with 14 IAC titles.

First Team


Jake An Josh Eure Dan Hathway Ryan McCarthy
Chantilly, Jr. South River, Soph. Georgetown Prep, Sr. Gonzaga, Jr.
Shot 6 under par over two rounds to win the Virginia AAA Northern Region title. He also won three tournaments during the season and claimed his second consecutive Concorde District title. Shot a two-round, even-par 142 to easily win the Maryland championship. Averaged 1.2 strokes over par per round this season. Has shot under 40 in every regular season match in two years. Finished first in the Interstate Athletic Conference tournament as the Little Hoyas won the team title. Averaged 37.7 strokes per nine holes during the regular season. Will play for Georgetown. Was undefeated in match play during the regular season, then took first place in the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference tournament as the Eagles captured their third consecutive league title.


Chris Miller Billy Peel Joey Rice Donnie Shin Lauren Smith
St. John's, Jr. Churchill, Sr. DeMatha, Jr. Oakland Mills, Sr. Arundel, Soph.
The talented transfer from Texas burst onto the scene this spring, going 8-1 in match play. His only loss came on the final hole of the round. Finished third in the WCAC tournament. Tied for second place at the Maryland championships, leading the Bulldogs to their third consecutive team title. Led Montgomery County in scoring average. Will play for Eastern Kentucky. Tied for second place in the WCAC tournament and finished second in the Washington Private Schools Championship. Went 9-2-1 during the regular season, beating many of the area's top players. The long and consistent player won his second consecutive Howard County and District V championships. Finished seventh at Maryland championships. Will play for Maryland. Shot 5-over 149 to win the Maryland girls' championship. Also captured the Anne Arundel County and District V championships. Had a regular season scoring average of 2.2 strokes over par.

Honorable Mention

Brigitte Baker, Langley, Soph.; Daniel Barnas, La Plata, Sr.; Mark Beaulieu, Fauquier, Sr.; Danny Bosse, Loudoun Valley, Sr.; Joe Buttgereit, Forest Park Soph.; Alex Brown, Churchill, Jr.; Cody Burch, La Plata, Jr.; Jason Clatworthy, Pallotti, Soph.; Phil Doyle, Gonzaga, Jr.; Eric Florenz, Severna Park, Sr.; Joey Goldstein, Churchill, Sr.; Lauren Greenlief, Oakton, Jr.; Pat Hanlon, Paul VI Catholic, Sr.; Tyler Jacobs, Magruder, Jr.; Matt Kennerknecht, Flint Hill, Sr.; Binnari Kim, Fairfax, Sr.; Gabe Lainez, Chantilly, Jr.; Ersin Levent, Landon, Jr.; Kelly Lynch, Severna Park, Sr.; Ryan Moran, Good Counsel, Jr.; Jay Mulieri, Gonzaga, Jr.; Jerrell Parrish, DeMatha, Fr.; Dave Ruffer, Gonzaga, Sr.; Nick Sorkin, Bullis, Soph.; Wes Strang, Georgetown Prep, Fr.; Caroline Sweet, Eleanor Roosevelt, Jr.; Alex Ten Hoeve, Good Counsel, Sr.; Chris Wellde, Centennial, Jr.; Connor Wielgus, Churchill, Jr.

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