Player of the Year
All-Met Player of the Year.
Powerful, quick scorer who has anchored the Vikings' high-octane offense this spring with 22 goals and 14 assists.
Signed with George Mason University.
Coach of the Year
Led Wolverines to first district tournament title in 19-year history of Garrisonville school.
Finished 13-2-1 after loss in Northwestern Region quarterfinals.
Made tremendous debut, scoring 25 goals as Brentsville captured Bull Run District title and advanced to Region B semifinals.
Excellent all-around player was named first-team All-Met this spring. Exceptionally fast forward who has registered 15 goals and 16 assists.
Has scored 21 goals and added 10 assists this spring. Has been on the state Olympic Development team the past two years.
Registered 10 goals and controlled the midfield for the Bulldogs. Will attend Virginia.
Quarterback of Yellow Jackets' offense with a scoring flair, recording 10 goals and five assists this season. Co-captain of this year's team and co-most valuable player on last year's team.
The Commonwealth District player of the year was a key to North Stafford's exceptional season. Scored 12 goals, including two in district final victory.
Has scored six goals and added 13 assists for Woodbridge, which has scored 98 goals entering the Virginia AAA state tournament. Excellent passer is responsible for giving Vikings' talented forwards good chances.
Senior played almost every position for Gar-Field this spring, recording three goals and three assists. In the big games, Rowe was responsible for marking other teams' top scoring threats.
If Coach Steve Smith wants the opponents' top forward or midfielder marked out of the game, the junior defender is usually the one. Had two assists this season and was first-team All-Met.
Rugged, tough left back in Woodbridge's defense. She will join her twin, Caroline, at George Mason University next fall. Has one assist this spring.
Recorded seven shutouts for the Cardinal District runner-up. Broken finger did not keep her from shutting out Gar-Field in district semifinals.
Forwards: Tiffany Coles, Hylton; Mimi Couns, Brooke Point; Larissa Hill, Gar-Field; Jonita Hooker, Hylton; Jacqui Kibble, Osbourn Park; Christy Lapihuska, Brentsville; Tracey Lipscomb, Stafford; Elizabeth Mumley, Woodbridge; Tiffanie Reed, North Stafford.
Midfielders: Nikki Bowman, Stonewall Jackson; Alex Cantu, Manassas Park; Jennifer Chang, Seton; Lani Chinn, Emmanuel Christian; Becky Crowder, Hylton; Jacky Dargan, Gar-Field; Macy Hill, Woodbridge; Elizabeth Ostrander, Gar-Field; Amy Petko, Gar-Field; Heidi Sondermann, North Stafford; Leigh-Anne Withers, Hylton.
Defenders: Allison Derr, Stafford; Cheri Gabriel, Seton; Casey Godfrey, Woodbridge; Erin Henry, Osbourn Park; Alyssa Manuel, Hylton; Jamie Reichenbach, Gar-Field.
Goalkeepers: Melissa Glyptis, Stonewall Jackson.
CAPTION: Members of the All-Extra girls soccer team, front row, from left, Melissa Cary, Brentsville; and Lauren Rowe, Gar-Field; second row, from left, Margie Beyer, Hylton; Caroline Kent, Woodbridge; Liana Wooten, Woodbridge; Ann Weaver, Woodbridge; Andie Kollmorgen, Hylton; and Kelly Melton, Woodbridge; back row, from left, Natalie Ingold, Hylton; Becca Hoffman, Osbourn Park; and Pamela Kent, Woodbridge. Not pictured: Rigel Lockett, North Stafford; and Coach Joanne Szymanski, North Stafford.