"It was very motivational," Collins said of watching film. "We were able to identify some things that we did pretty poorly."

Brice Tucker and Mike Schahfer had two goals each for the Greyhounds and goalie Chris Walsh made 35 saves.

Bryn Mawr tennis

The Mawrtians could pile up the titles for years to come with their young talent.

Freshmen Lily Burchell and Cameron Corse guided Bryn Mawr to its first Interscholastic Atheltic Association of Maryland A Conference championship since 2008, when the Mawrtians shared it with Roland Park.

And Burchell's and Corse's efforts helped dethrone four-time defending champion Roland Park this fall.

Corse captured the No. 1 singles title, topping Severn's Addie Hinton while Burcell secured the No. 2 singles crown by beating McDonogh's Julie Lazer.

"We have never had two players who were nationally-ranked," Bryn Mawr co-coach Kate Brendler said of Corse and Burcell, who both boast United States Tennis Association national rankings.

Bryn Mawr's doubles team of senior Maggie Oros and junior Krisyna Hermanova also contributed to the Mawrtians' title, winning a decision over Severn's Anna Mann and Susan Morrell.

Park girls lacrosse

No coach has won more IAAM B Conference championships than Robin Cardin Lowe since the league started awarding them in 2000.

The Bruins earned a fifth title by beating Friends, 15-12, in the title game in mid-May. They finished with a 13-2 record.

Park midfielder Sara Lessans had a memorable game, totaling six goals and an assist.

Midfielder Rachel Hettelman chipped in four goals for the winners.

Roland Park volleyball

The Reds ended their championship drought in convincing fashion in early November, sweeping Mercy, 25-23, 25-12, 27-25, in the IAAM B Conference final.

The title must have really meant something to Roland Park second-year coach Shawn Slater and his players since Mercy was the favorite to win and the Reds lost in the final to the same team last year.

"The thing I told the girls was, 'No one would second guess you if you beat them in three games,'" Slater said.

The performances of junior outside hitter Oliva Stevens, sophomore Bailey Andrews, sophomore libero Ariana Rodriguez, senior middle blocker Cece Finney and juniors setters Libby Klutz and Sarah Chassman led the Reds to their first title in a decade.

Gilman volleyball

When the Greyhounds knocked off three-time defending champion Loyola Blakefield for the MIAA A Conference title, it ended four years of frustration.

Gilman lost in its last two title match appearances (2009 and 2011).

So Chris Kohler (15 kills), Toren Ginsberg (11 kills), Connor Paskoff (8 kills), Will Richardson (6 kills, 5 blocks), Tyler Wakefield (22 assists) and Jack Auen (21 assists) wanted to go out a winner.

"Everyone else in the league had one star," Gilman coach Neil Gabbey said. "We didn't. We were very balanced."