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Coach of the Year

Mitch Rosenfeld

Sherwood, 10th year

In what could be his final season roaming the sideline, veteran coached up the Warriors to a 12-3 record and second consecutive Class 4A/3A West Region final appearance.

Player of the Year

Kelly Lechner

Good Counsel, Sr., M

Outstanding scorer and Penn State signee kept the eight-time defending WCAC champions rolling on the national stage with 123 points on just 122 shots on goal.

First team

Nicole Aust

Bullis, Sr., M/A

Paced the Bulldogs attack with 66 goals, 32 assists and 44 draw controls; will join sister, Alex, at the University of Maryland.

Marisa Cresham

Wootton, Soph., M

Heart and soul of the Patriots did a little bit of everything; see 64 goals, 22 assists and 64 ground balls.

K.C. Emerson

Sherwood, Sr., G

Simply the best all-around goalie in the area. No one matched the Johns Hopkins committ’s ability to play the ball out of the net.

Meagh Graham

Good Counsel, Soph., G

Seamlessly stepped into the net against one of the nation’s toughest schedules; stopping 58.4 percent of shots on goal.

Mairin Hall

Churchill, Jr., M

Arguably the most talented public schooler was superb in the face-off circle; finished with 61 goals and 35 assists.

Emily Kenul

Sherwood, Fr., M

Mighty mite had an impressive rookie debut with strong stick skills, 65 points and 56 ground balls.

Monica Lucas

Holy Cross, Jr., M

Tartans most prolific goal scorer was the lynchpin for the WCAC runner-ups’ offense notching 65 goals, 12 assists, 44 draw controls

Tara Nicholas

Northwest, Jr., A

The public schools’ most prolific goal scorer racked up 86 goals and 29 assists. Has 182 and 101 in her career, respectively.

Katie Ruben

Churchill, Sr., A

Led the high octane Class 4A/3A state semifinalists in scoring with 84 goals, 28 assists.

Caileigh Sindall

Good Counsel, Sr., D/M

U-19 national team member and University of North Carolina commit led a stingy unit with 70 ground balls.

Brigid Smith

Good Counsel, Sr., A

U-19 teammate and Duke signee was often the most electrifying player on the field, finished with 70 goals, 64 assists.

Morgan Stephens

Good Counsel, Sr., M

University of Virginia bound strong and athletic two-way player finished with 70 points and 44 ground balls

Megan Taylor

Holy Cross, Sr., M

Key cog helped direct the Tartans in all aspects on the field and reach back-to-back WCAC finals with 22 goals, 31 ground balls.

Caroline Wannen

Blake, Soph., M

Single-handedly guided the Bengals to a regional semifinal berth by scoring 29 goals 79 overall -- in final four games.

Second team

Lindy Firstenberg

Stone Ridge, Sr., M/A

Gators scorer is heading to Boston University

Maddy Flax

Churchill, Jr., A/M

One of three Bulldogs with over 60 goals (63).

Shannon Gallagher

Holy Cross, Jr., M

Sixty one goals, 19 assists

Melissa Jaskiewicz

B-CC, Sr., M

Paced Barons with 47 goals

Sophie Koubek

Richard Montgomery, Sr., M

Member of San Diego State University’s first recruiting class

Rachel Skay

Walter Johnson, Sr., M

Pure scorer finished with 78 goals

Cristina McCarthy

Holy Cross, Soph., M

49 goals, 27 assists, 50 ground balls

Bryn Molloy

Walter Johnson, Jr., M

Well-rounded with 43 goals, 83 ground balls

Molly Morris

Bullis, Jr., M

Transfer led team with 69 goals, 55 draw controls

Mikki Offit

Holton-Arms, Sr., M

Four-year starter heading to University of Florida.

Caroline Peters

Good Counsel, Soph., M

Fit right in on senior laden team with 37 goals, 29 assists

Laura Peterson

Gaithersburg, Sr., M

Athletic field player will join Koubek in California

Caroline Scanlon

Good Counsel, Sr., D

Solid defender picked up 29 ground balls, 27 takeaways

Cassidy Shollenberger

Damascus, Soph., M

All-around threat part of young nucleus

Meredith Swagart

Bullis, Sr., M/D

Forty-four goals, 14 assists, 26 draw controls

Honorable mention

Chantal Agnew

Poolesville, Sr., M

Shea Cassidy

Good Counsel, Soph., A

Morgan Cheripko

Northwest, Soph., C

Maddie Doan

Sherwood, Soph., M

Steph Dwyer

Wootton, Sr., M/D

Sarah Falk

Holton-Arms, Sr., D

Kelly Haglund

Stone Ridge, Sr., M

Holly Lawrence

Damascus, Soph., A

Jennifer Seitz

Good Counsel, Sr., D

Courtney Rushford

Holton Arms, Jr., G