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All-Met All-Mets
Front to back: Lacey White (Westfield), Brittany Mister (Calvert), Stefanie Williams (Maret), Lauren Klau (Severna Park), Lindsey Feller (Centennial), Tara Withers (Quince Orchard), Erin Brugger (Centreville), Kristen Carlson (Loudoun Valley). At right: Coach Romonzo Beans (Broadneck). (Kevin Clark - The Washington Post)

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

Player of the Year
H Kristen Carlson, Loudoun Valley, Sr.
Six-foot-1 lefthander carried the Vikings to their second consecutive Virginia AA title, making 33 kills in the championship match against Chancellor. Carlson set school records this year for kills in a career (655), kills in a season (355), kills per match (19), digs in a season (323) and digs per match (20). Signed with Washington State.

Coach of the Year
Romonzo Beans, Broadneck
In Beans's fifth season at Broadneck, the Bruins captured the Maryland 4A championship for the first time in school history. The Annapolis school won its second straight 4A East Region championship, then swept Western to advance to the state final for the second straight year. The Bruins defeated Eleanor Roosevelt in four games to clinch the championship.

First Team
H Erin Brugger, Centreville, Sr.
The Virginia AAA Northern Region tournament MVP averaged 13 kills, 2 aces and 7 digs per match. Will play for Virginia Tech.

H Lindsey Feller, Centennial, Sr.
The 6-1 hitter had 166 kills and 53 aces for Eagles. Will play for Northeastern next year.

H Lauren Klau, Severna Park, Sr.
Towson-bound hitter had 189 kills and 54 blocks, leading the Falcons to the Maryland 3A championship game.

H Brittany Mister, Calvert, Sr.
The Southern Maryland Athletic Conference's MVP averaged 8 kills and 7 digs per match. Headed for Salisbury University.

H Stefanie Williams, Maret, Sr.
Accurate hitter helped Frogs win the Independent School League title and finish undefeated.

H Tara Withers, Quince Orchard, Sr.
Repeat All-Met led her team with 50 aces, 162 kills and an .895 hitting percentage. Will play for Clarion.

S Lacey White, Westfield, Jr..
Three-time all-Northern Region selection matched versatile setting with a confounding jump serve.

Second Team
H Michelle Deehan Gwynn Park Sr.; H Abby Hatter Forest Park Sr.; H Carrie Lagler Gaithersburg Sr.; H Carly McDonald Northern Sr.; H Nana Meriwether Sidwell Friends Jr.; H Jessie Vossekuil Robinson Sr.; S Junel Jefferies Northern Jr.; DS Megan Mitchell River Hill Sr.

Honorable Mention
Hitters: Karlee Adams, Lackey, Sr.; Kristine Dormer, Elizabeth Seton, Sr.; Krystal Jacobson, River Hill, Sr.; Casey Karcesky, Northern, Sr.; Maryanna McConnell, Eleanor Roosevelt, Sr.; Kaitlyn Shumate, Calvert, Sr.; Sarah Tursell, Glenelg, Jr.; Kelsey Tyree, Centennial, Sr.; Lauren Weller, Gaithersburg, Jr.; Daisy Varbanova, T.C. Williams, Sr.
Setters: Kali Banghart, Hylton, Sr.; Megan Boyd, Severna Park, Sr.; Jessica Edwards, Gwynn Park, Sr.; Angie Estep, Calvert, Sr.; Hallie Fuller, Broadneck, Sr.; Katie Graeff, Maret, Jr.; Megan Gross, Forest Park, Sr.; Embrey Minor, Bowie, Sr.; Tara Stradling, Glenelg, Soph.; Jacin Thomas, Wilson, Sr.

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