Coach of the Year
Jeannette Warbritton, Gar-Field
* Fourth-year coach led the girls' lightweight four to gold at the metro championships and silver at states.
* Also oversaw a girls' eight that made it to the semifinals at the Scholastic Rowing Association National Championships in Orlando.
Gretchen Driessnack, Hylton, Sr. -- Repeat All-Extra and three-year rower led the quad to gold at metros and states. Will attend prep school to prepare for the Naval Academy.
Cassie Haskell, Gar-Field, Sr. -- Three-time All-Extra and four-year rower. Stroked the lightweight four that won gold at metros and silver at states. Will attend George Mason University.
Alli Kehlet, Hylton, Sr. -- Four-year rower was bow seat in the quad that took gold at states and gold at metros. Will attend Marymount University.
Lynn Musgrove, Gar-Field, Sr. -- Four-year rower. Bow seat in quad that took bronze at states and bronze at metros. Plans to row at University of South Carolina.
Liz O'Neill, Forest Park, Sr. -- Four-year rower stroked lightweight four that placed third at states and metros. Bruins' MVP plans to row at Mary Washington.
Tanya Otsuka, Potomac, Sr. -- Four-year rower and team captain was named team's most valuable rower. Stroked the varsity four. Will attend University of Virginia.
Caitlyn Raines, Hylton, Jr. -- Third-year rower. Leader of varsity eight boat that reached junior eight semifinals at Stotesbury.
Dana Riddle, Hylton, Sr. -- Four-year rower. Stroked the quad that won gold at states and gold at metros. Will attend University of Virginia.
Amanda Thomas, Woodbridge, Sr. -- Third-year varsity rower anchored the Vikings' varsity eight. Will attend Longwood University.
Sarah Heeren, Hylton, Sr.; Crista Short, Gar-Field, Sr.; Laura Tuteral, Woodbridge, Sr.; Molly Welty, Woodbridge, Jr.; Emma Wimberley, Forest Park, Sr.; Beth Zagrobelny, Gar-Field, Jr. Coxswains: Maureen Maughan, Gar-Field, Sr.; Liz Swain, Forest Park, Soph.