Player of the Year
M ALLISON PERKINS, St. Mary's, Jr.
In her junior season, Perkins became one of the best passers in Anne Arundel County history. She finished the season with 106 assists -- an average of almost five per game -- to set a new school record. In the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A1 Conference championship game, Perkins dished out four assists in a win over Severn that gave the Saints their first conference title in a decade. "She found every player open," St. Mary's Coach Sue Chittim said. "She had an incredible season."
Coach of the Year
SUE CHITTIM, St. Mary's
After a month midway through the season in which they lost three games by one goal, St. Mary's players said they felt frustrated and discouraged. Chittim steadied her team, helping it win two one-goal games late in the season and capturing the IAAM A1 Conference title. "She basically kept our heads on straight," midfielder Bridget Noon said. "We probably would have collapsed without her."
A BRETTON BATHRAS, Severn, Jr.
She scored 34 goals and dished out 17 assists for Severn, which attained its first-ever IAAM A1 Conference final. She scored at least one goal in every game.
A CARA CERONE, Annapolis, Sr.
Despite facing double-teams, Cerone scored almost as many goals, 62, as she did last season. She will play next year at Delaware.
A ALI FLURY, Broadneck, Jr.
Many of her team-high 68 goals came at crucial times. In the 4A/3A East Region final, she scored five of Broadneck's six goals. She scored four goals in the state semifinals.
A JESSIE HEISTERMAN, Broadneck, Jr.
She led Broadneck with 52 assists and also scored 41 goals. Having played with Flury in more than 300 club and high school games, Heisterman often fed the Bruins' leading scorer.
A SAM SCHRUM, St. Mary's, Jr.
She led St. Mary's with 78 goals while dishing out 27 assists. Her 53 ground balls also helped St. Mary's win the IAAM A1 title.
M LAUREN BURKE, Severna Park, Sr.
Burke was often the leading scorer for one of the county's best teams. She scored two or more goals in 10 games for the Falcons, including three goals in a county championship win over Broadneck.
M LAUREN CARRIER, Old Mill, Sr.
Perhaps the fastest player in the county, Carrier scored 42 goals for Old Mill. She was also an all-county soccer player.
M BRIDGET NOON, St. Mary's, Sr.
The glue in St. Mary's championship team, Noon led the Saints in ground balls. Teammates referred to her as their top transition player, and she often keyed the fast break.
D LIBBY CANNON, Severna Park, Sr.
Severna Park won five games by three goals or fewer, and Cannon often made the difference. She collected 48 ground balls, and her clears often jump-started the offense.
D NATASHA DAVIES, Broadneck, Sr.
As a defender, she scored 30 goals and dished out 11 assists. She also had a team-high 86 ground balls. She will play next season for Denver.
D BECCA KANE, Severn, Sr.
The senior captain excelled in close defense, helping Severn hold 10 opponents to 10 goals or fewer and reach the IAAM A1 Conference title game.
D ALEX MAVRIS, Chesapeake, Sr.
The three-year varsity player was one of just two healthy seniors on Chesapeake's team, and she again shut down opponents' top attackers. She will play next season at Maryland.
G CASEY LEAN, Annapolis, Sr.
For the last three seasons, she's been one of the top goalies in Anne Arundel County, but this season may have been her best. She stopped 62 percent of shots she faced.
G KATIE MONAGHAN, Spalding, Sr.
In three years as a starting goalkeeper, Monaghan saved 65 percent of shots she faced. She will play next season at Boston College.
A Lauren Clear, Arundel, Sr.
A Becky Greene, Annapolis, Jr.
A Katie Latonick, Spalding, Sr.
A Sarah Montaner, Severn, Sr.
A Samantha Price, Severna Park, Sr.
M Allie Frank, Severn, Jr.
M Ashleigh Gender, Chesapeake, Sr.
M Morgan Kimberly, Broadneck, Sr.
M Nikki Marcinik, Southern, Jr.
M Amanda Spinnenweber, Chesapeake, Jr.
D Megan Jendrossek, Spalding, Jr.
D Alexia Niumatalolo, Broadneck, Jr.
D Brittany Washko, Southern, Sr.
G Erica Webb, Broadneck, Jr.