Player of the Year
Monica Lucas, Holy Cross, Sr., M
Versatile University of Denver recruit recorded 75 goals and 44 assists en route to leading the Tartans to WCAC title.
Coach of the Year
Jenna Ries, Holy Cross, 3rd year
Longtime area field hockey and lacrosse coach guided the Kensington program to 15 wins, including a 9-4 victory in the WCAC championship game over Good Counsel to end the Falcons 90-game conference winning streak.
First teamShea Cassidy, Good Counsel, Jr., M
One of the Falcons top young offensive threats recorded 31 goals and 11 assists.
Marisa Cresham, Wootton, Jr., M
Yale University recruit sacrificed individual offensive success at times to help the Patriots’ become a better all-around team.
Shannon Gallagher, Holy Cross, Sr., A
Dynamic scorer and Winthrop University recruit capped her high school tenure with an impressive four goal performance in the WCAC final.
Meagh Graham, Good Counsel, Jr., G
Solid and aggressive performer in and out of the cage, kept the Falcons in most games while the attack gelled.
Mairin Hall, Churchill, Sr., M
The most dangerous public school player recorded 85 goals and 40 assists despite missing two games for the Class 4A/3A state semifinalists.
Emily Kenul, Sherwood, Soph., M
National tournament team member made everything go for the Warriors with 51 goals, 36 assists, 18 caused turnovers and 81 draw controls.
Tara Nicholas, Northwest, Sr., A
Four-year varsity starter finished career with a remarkable 259 goals and 143 assists. Will play for Indiana University of Pennsylvania.
Caroline Peters, Good Counsel, Jr., M
Vanderbilt University recruit recorded 48 goals and 16 assists to lead Falcons to WCAC championship game.
Cassidy Shollenberger, Damascus, Jr., M
Strong, all-around threat scored in every game this spring for the 14-1 Swamin’ Hornets en route to recording 40 goals and 15 assists.
Caroline Wannen, Blake, Jr., M
University of Maryland recruit established single season school record with 85 goals and 71 draw controls. Also recorded 23 assists and 29 ground balls.
Sammi Wilson, Good Counsel, Jr., D
Falcons top defender and Virginia Tech recruit often drew the assignment of marking opponent’s top offensive threat.
Mary Claire Byrne, Holy Child, Soph., A
Mara Cassidy, Holy Cross, Sr., M
Maddie Doan, Sherwood, Jr., M
Becca Dunwoody, Sherwood, Jr., D
Amanda Harrington, Sherwood, Sr., D
Maddy Flax, Churchill, Sr., A
Julie Lopatka, Blake, Sr., A
Bryn Molloy, Walter Johnson, Sr., M
Molly Morris, Bullis, Sr., M
Colby Muller, Damascus, Jr., M
Courtney Rushford, Holton-Arms, Sr., G
Kaelyn Sclavounos, Holy Child, Jr., A
Jocelyn Bodmer, Poolesville, Jr., M/D
Morgan Cheripko, Northwest, Jr., M
Allyson Dahlen, Poolesville, Sr., M
Natalie Gosnell, Stone Ridge, Soph., M
Blair Greenwald, Holton-Arms, Soph., M
Caren Holmes, Blair, Jr., M
Umber Kassa, Quince Orchard, Soph., G
Allie Kryjak, Quince Orchard, Sr., A
Holly Lawrence, Damascus, Jr., A
Julia Lewando, Blair, Sr., M
Kassidy Morrill, Rockville, Sr., D
Jennifer Morrissey, Good Counsel, Sr., M
Taylor Polhemus, Sherwood, Jr., A
Sandra Ponce, Seneca Valley, Sr., G
Colby Ranck, Churchill, Sr., D
Alexis Rusnak, Watkins Mill, Soph., A
Allie Soloman, Quince Orchard, Sr., A
Clara Schneider, Whitman, Sr., A
Annie Thornton, Damascus, Jr., D
Lillian Watkins, Blake, Jr., D
Jenelle Whitman, Springbrook, Sr., M