Player of the Year

F Jen Corken, Senior, Calvert

Speedy and skilled, Corken scored a SMAC-best 34 goals to carry the Cavaliers to their first SMAC and 3A South Region championships. Corken scored five goals in the playoffs, when the Cavaliers shut out all three regional opponents and advanced to the Maryland 3A semifinals. Corken, the SMAC Player of the Year and an honorable mention All-Met, finished her career with 77 goals and 61 assists.

Coach of the Year

Doug Jones, Calvert

The Cavaliers reached new heights this year under the second-year coach. Calvert went undefeated during the Southern Maryland Athletic Conference regular season to become the first Calvert County school to win a SMAC title. After losing the season opener, the Cavaliers won 15 straight games and earned their first 3A South Region crown and their first state tournament berth.

First Team

F Jamie Craft, Senior, Northern

Three-time All-Extra selection became the first Northern player to score more than 100 goals in a career. Honorable mention All-Met finished this season with 29 goals and 12 assists.

M Kelli Devine, Junior, Leonardtown

Honorable mention All-Met scored 10 goals and had a team-best 16 assists as the key playmaker in the Raiders' midfield.

D Casey Gillingham,

Senior, Leonardtown

Crafty marking back was one of the keys to Leonardtown's stifling defense. Gillingham, an all-SMAC player, finished with five goals and two assists.

D Leah Jimerson, Senior, Westlake

The Wolverines' top defender was named first-team all-SMAC and first-team all-Charles County. Earned team's Inspiration Award.

D Stephani Jones, Sophomore, Calvert

Top defender for a Cavaliers team that allowed nine goals and had six shutout wins. Finished with three goals and nine assists.

G Michelle Mattingly,

Senior, Leonardtown

Team MVP made 121 saves and recorded 10 shutouts for the Raiders. In 10 regular-season conference games, she allowed six goals.

G Heather Moe, Junior, Calvert

Allowed seven goals all season, including none during Calvert's three playoff victories in the 3A South Region tournament.

M Nina Traylor, Junior, McDonough

Led the Rams with 12 goals. Was named first team all-SMAC for soccer and second-team all-SMAC for cross-country.

M Megan Salley, Senior, Calvert

Key playmaker in the midfield for the SMAC champion Cavaliers, effectively getting the ball to leading scorer Corken. Earned all-SMAC honors.

F Lauren Steele, Senior, Leonardtown

Scored 15 goals and had seven assists to lead the second-place Raiders on offense. All-SMAC player and honorable mention All-Met will play for Slippery Rock University.

Honorable Mention

Michelle Ballengee, Senior, Lackey; Shaunna Briscoe, Senior, St. Mary's Ryken; Eileen Cleary, Junior, Northern; Rebekah Engel, Senior, La Plata; Thuy Le, Sophomore, Westlake; Kristina Loveless, Senior, Northern; Kelly Mattingly, Junior, Leonardtown; Shavon Knight, Sophomore, Thomas Stone; Megan Rizzo, Senior, La Plata; Ashley Thorne, Senior, Northern; Jessica Young, Junior, Thomas Stone.

The All-Extra girls' soccer team: Back row, standing, from left: Heather Moe, Calvert; Stephani Jones, Calvert; Jamie Craft, Northern. Middle row, seated, from left: Leah Jimerson, Westlake; Megan Salley, Calvert; Nina Traylor, McDonough; Lauren Steele, Leonardtown; Jen Corken, Calvert; Kelli Devine, Leonardtown. Front row, from left: Casey Gillingham, Leonardtown; Michelle Mattingly, Leonardtown.