The No. 9 Mawrtians lost six games this season -- four while Matz was briefly sidelined with an injury. When she was in the lineup, the senior midfielder was their go-to player as they reached the IAAM A Conference semifinals. In a balanced attack, Matz finished with 29 goals and four assists, but she was also a factor all over the field. She won 42 draws and 40 ground balls and caused eight turnovers. Matz, who is headed for Maryland, was selected for the Under Armour All-America Game on June 27 at Towson University.
In her second season with the Quakers, Hardiman, a Bryn Mawr graduate who played at Princeton, guided them to an unbeaten regular season in the IAAM B Conference. They came within one goal of a perfect B Conference season as they fell to Park, 12-11, in the tournament finale. Hardiman kept a senior-laden team on an even keel and taught more patience on offense, a plan that still allowed them to strike in transition but also gave them a better settled offense. Her Quakers also played well against three A Conference teams.
Name, School, Class, Position
Ashley Cahill, Roland Park, Sr., Attack
Katie Levy, Friends, Sr., Attack
Morgan Rubin, Bryn Mawr, Soph., Attack
Annie Thomas, Bryn Mawr, Sr., Attack
Lindsay Cooper, Friends, Sr., Midfield
Halle Gray, Roland Park, Sr., Midfield
Sarah Matz, Bryn Mawr, Sr., Midfield
Jen Mendez, Seton Keough, Jr., Midfield
Libby Nichols, Friends, Sr., Midfield
Caroline Seats, Roland Park, Soph., Midfield
Kelsey MacDonald, Bryn Mawr, Sr., Defense
Grace Parente, Bryn Mawr, Jr., Defense
Neile Weeks, Bryn Mawr, Sr., Defense
Amanda Hirschfeld, Roland Park, Sr., Goalie
Note: Team selected by Katherine Dunn after consultation with The Baltimore Sun staff and area coaches.