Coach of the Year
Brad Gray, Tuscarora, 3rd year
Featuring a balanced attack and strong defense, the veteran guided the Titans to their first winning season in school history with a 10-4 record and a Class 3A/2A West Region semifinal appearance.
Player of the Year
Erin Wein, Middletown, Sr. M/D
The Knights’ unquestioned leader scored a team high 55 goals to go with 32 assists, 26 ground balls, 50 draw controls and seven interceptions. Is expected to play defense at the University of Delaware next year.
First TeamSam Barbeito, Middletown, Sr., A
Following an injury riddled 2011 season, the dynamic attacker recorded 49 goals, 22 assists and 17 ground balls to help the Knights to the league title.
Nikki Collins, Urbana, Sr., M
Strong and versatile, the captain was at the top of virtually every major statistical category for Urbana with 43 goals, 21 assists, 27 draw controls and 47 ground balls.
Julia Karcewski, Middletown, Sr. A
As one third of the Knights big three scorers, the co captain recorded 37 goals and 42 assists with 14 ground balls.
Eliza Mummert, Walkersville, Soph., M
Has the ideal combination offensive and defensive skill from the midfield. Scored 26 goals on just 50 shots and caused 17 turnovers.
Emily Musselman, Walkersville, Jr., M
Three-year varsity starter accounted for 53 goals, 16 assists, 41 draw controls and 21 ground balls to lead the Lions.
Jamie Nicholson, Tuscarora, Jr., A
In addition to helping the Titans win their first ever home playoff game, she led a very balanced attack with 38 goals and 12 assists.
Erin Phelan, Catoctin, Sr., M
Major contributor in all areas of the field recorded 53 goals and 17 assists to pace the Cougars attack.
Michaela Rich, Linganore, Jr., M
Repeat selection and Liberty University commit guided the Lancers attack all season and helped keep the Lancers competitive in a rebuilding campaign.
Dani Tunnell, Oakdale, Jr., M
Speedy veteran paced the Bears during the program’s inaugural varsity spring with 54 goals, 12 assists, 29 draw controls and 14 ground balls.
Brooke Wilson, St. John’s Catholic Prep, Sr., M
University of Richmond recruit had another strong season and helped the Vikings to an 11-4 record and fourth place finish in the IAAM B conference.
Sarah Zwilsky, Brunswick, Jr., G
Posted a 10.38 goals against average, but the Grand Valley State University commit usually kept the Railroaders in games with a 54.8 save percentage.
Second teamTaylor Altomare, Middletown, Jr., M
Katie Breeze, Middletown, Jr., M
Sarah Collins, Walkersville, Sr., M
Anna Cholewczynski, Urbana, Sr., D
Clara DelGrippo, Gov. Thomas Johnson, Sr., M
Emily Ewin, Tuscarora, Sr., G
Hannah Feinberg, Frederick, Fr., A
Kenna Gubler, Tuscarora, Soph., M
Carly Heine, Oakdale, Fr., M
Courtney Luther, Frederick, Sr., M
Marial Pierce, St. John’s Catholic Prep, Sr., M
Madison Stair, Walkersville, Soph., D
Abbey Burnett, Walkersville, Jr., G
Alyssa Chavez, Walkersville, Sr., A
Mariah Ginebra, Middletown, Jr., D
Savannah Hargett, Middletown, Sr., D
Kayla Kastner, Urbana, Jr., M/D
Jillian Kosenski, Tuscarora, Sr., M
Sydney Lunn, Tuscarora, Sr., D
Abby McCarthy, Catoctin, Jr., M
Brianna Miller, Tuscarora, Soph., M
Brynn Miller, Urbana, Sr., M/A
Caitlin Miller, Tuscarora, Soph., M
Lauren O’Connell, Brunswick, Sr., A
Beth Ann Pierce, St. John’s Catholic Prep, Soph. M
Kelsey Phelan, Catoctin, Sr., M
Courtney Schwiegerath, Oakdale, Jr., D
Megan Ulisney, Urbana, Jr., A