Class: Senior

Sport: Tennis

Highlights: All-Met won the Maryland singles title last Saturday at Essex Community College. Seeded No. 2 in the tournament, Goldstein lost only 10 games in four matches and defeated three-time finalist and No. 1 Jennifer Hellier of Broadneck, 6-3, 6-3, in the championship.

Notable: A four-year varsity No. 1 singles player, Goldstein went 24-1 this past fall for the Rockville school, losing only one match in the Montgomery County finals. Captured the Region II singles title in the fall. Currently ranked No. 7 in 18-and-under singles by the Mid-Atlantic Tennis Association.

Personal: Has a 3.2 grade-point average. Committed to Penn State, for which she will play tennis this fall. Attended school in Hod HaSharon, Israel, near Tel Aviv, for two months during her junior year. Has completed 260 hours of community service helping the elderly through the Jewish Social Service Agency in Rockville.


Class: Junior

Sport: Lacrosse

Highlights: Had a goal and an assist to lead the Falcons to their first Maryland 4A/3A championship with a 12-8 victory over Fallston of Harford County last Tuesday. Also had two goals and an assist in the Falcons' state semifinal victory over Dulaney.

Notable: Finished the season with 23 goals, 17 assists and 138 groundballs. Is a place kicker on the school's varsity football team and forward on the school's varsity basketball team. Will try out for the Bay State lacrosse team this month. Has been invited to the Top 205 lacrosse camp at Loyola College in July.

Personal: Has a 3.8 grade-point average. Is a member of the National Honor Society. Was involved in two school plays -- "Rock & Roll Revival" and "Lil' Abner." Member of the youth group at Woods Memorial Presbyterian Church in Severna Park and helped build two Habitat for Humanity homes in Wilmington, N.C., last summer.