SPRING 2008 ALL-MET

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First Team | Second Team | Honorable Mention

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What Does It Take to Be an All-Met?
The Washington Post's scholastic sports staff asked, and All-Mets answered:
Cortlyn Bristol and Katherine Yount

Player of the Year / Coach of the Year

PLAYER OF THE YEAR
GK Katherine Yount | Robinson » Sr.
A 6-foot-1 presence, Yount anchored the Rams’ Virginia AAA Concorde District championship squad, allowing eight goals and shutting out 10 opponents (0.47 goals against average) with 70 saves through 17 games. The district and Northern Region player of the year will play for William & Mary.
» Favorite piece of equipment: Her bracelets
Yount wore three bracelets underneath her gloves in tribute to her teammates. “I always wear my bracelets because they are lucky for me,” Yount said. “They are from my teammates and they remind me who I’m playing for. I never take them off, and when I’m putting my gloves on over my bracelets every game I always look at them.”

COACH OF THE YEAR
Warren Williams | Centreville
Williams’s finest coaching display came after he lost two All-Mets — one to graduation and one to injury — yet lifted a four-win regular season team to the Northern Region tournament’s final four. In nine seasons, Williams has posted a 113-38-12 record, won five district titles, two region titles and earned four state tournament berths.


First Team

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GK Caitlin HunterD Kathleen Smith D Caitlin Hickey D Ali Heck
Broad Run » Jr.Woodbridge » Sr. Colonial Forge » Sr. Robinson » So.
Secured 11 shutouts and allowed 13 goals through 19-0 run to Virginia AA Dulles District championship. Committed to UNC Wilmington. Led defense that recorded eight shutouts and allowed nine goals en route to Virginia AAA Cardinal District championship. Commonwealth Player of the Year orchestrated six shutouts and helped team to Northwest Region tourney No. 1 seed. Will play for West Virginia. Has not allowed a goal to her mark in two seasons as a starter. Helped Robinson seal 10 shutouts through 17 games this spring.


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M Brittany KlippsteinM Holly King M Cortlyn Bristol F Krysti Rodriguez
West Springfield » Sr.Broad Run » Jr. Chantilly » Jr. Stone Bridge » Jr.
Patriot Co-Player of the Year recorded seven goals and four assists, leading Spartans to Patriot District tournament title. Will play for Lynchburg College. As team went 19-0 to win Virginia AA Dulles District title, King organized offense that outscored opponents 92-12. Committed to Florida. Scored 12 goals this spring and led young team into region tourney’s final four. Committed to William & Mary. Two-time All-Met scored 13 goals — including three game-winners — and had 14 assists. Committed to Hofstra.


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F Niki Mercier F Alex Reed F Danielle Moyer
W.T. Woodson » Jr. South County » So. Clarke County » Sr.
Returned from injury to score 12 goals in 10 games, lifting Cavaliers to best finish since 2004. Was Liberty District Player of the Year. 5-foot-3 speedster poured in 16 goals and had eight assists with two hat tricks to put third-year program on soccer map. Graduates with two Virginia A titles and state records for career goals (136), assists (67), career points (304), consecutive games scoring streak (10) and hat tricks (18).


Second Team

GK - Melissa Mailley Briar Woods, Sr.
D - Jordan Zarone Colonial Forge, Sr.
D - Alison Nabatoff Lake Braddock, Jr.
M - Diana Weigel W.T. Woodson, Sr.
M - Kristen Smith Robinson, Sr.
M - Andrea Romness McLean, Fr.
F - Kelly Evans Broad Run, Jr.
F - Kristen Lybert Woodbridge, So.
F - Julianne Rickers Loudoun County, Sr.
F - Audrey Barry Robinson, So.
F - Sara Diggs Madison, Sr.
F - Heather Hovanesian Westfield, Sr.

Honorable Mention

Goalkeepers: Alex Bodenschatz, Fauquier, Sr.; Tina Brehm, Lee, Sr.; Samantha Cormode, Fairfax, Fr.; Sarah Gray, Forest Park, Sr.; Dijana Haracic, Loudoun Valley, So.; Carla Manger, Yorktown, Jr.; Grace Rosales, Madison, Sr.
Defenders: Aly Gazarek, Freedom-South Riding, Sr.; Devin Grimm, Oakton, Sr.; Lindsay Henry, Stone Bridge, Jr.; Brea Hewitt, Briar Woods, Jr.; Christine Kaila, Riverbend, Sr.; Olivia Mackey, Loudoun County, Sr.; Erika Pinto, Centreville, Sr.; Valerie Powell, Broad Run, Jr.
Midfielders: Katie Cramp, Centreville, Sr.; Maryellen Derenda, Osbourn Park, Sr.; Morgan Duffy, South County, So.; Alicia Kohn, Osbourn, Sr.; Sami Kuykendall, Madison, So.; Ashley Manning, Loudoun Valley, So.; Molly Menchel, Edison, So.; Katie Menzie, Chantilly, Jr.; Bo Visavakul, Westfield, Sr.; Breiana White, Hylton, Jr.
Forwards: Sahar Aflaki, Battlefield, So.; Connie Axiotis, Yorktown, Sr.; LeighAnne Baxter, Robinson, Jr.; Amalya Clayton, West Springfield, Jr.; Leslie Fajfar, Mount Vernon, Sr.; Stephanie Gerow, West Potomac, Sr.; Ashley Grant, Brentsville, Jr.; Jessica Jewell, Battlefield, Sr.; Lindsey Ottavio, W.T. Woodson, Jr.; Kelly Reinwald, North Stafford, Sr.

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