McDonogh, forward, sophomore
A dominating presence as soon as she stepped on the field as a freshman, Andrzejewski finished with 15 goals and eight assists to earn All-Metro first-team honors. A member of the U.S. under-17 national team, she’s the area’s most complete forward.
Archbishop Spalding, goalkeeper, senior
A three-year starter and All-Metro first-team pick last fall, Babin controls the penalty area. In leading the Cavaliers to the IAAM A Conference championship last year, she went 15-3-3 with 11 shutouts and made two timely saves when the title game against McDonogh went to penalty kicks.
McDonogh, midfielder, senior
With strong two-way play in the middle last season, Bialczak (nine goals, seven assists) came into her own as an All-Metro first-team choice. A four-year starter, she’ll be looked on to do even more this fall as a team leader and do-everything catalyst for the Eagles.
Friends, midfielder, senior
A dominating presence at both ends of the field, the Quakers standout scores, assists, defends and leads. Last season, she had 21 goals and 10 assists while playing either defensive midfield or center back. The four-year starter enters the season with 45 career goals and 25 assists.
Bryn Mawr, forward, senior
A four-year starter, Hogarth is one of the area’s most technical and composed players, with the ability to finish off scoring chances or create opportunities for teammates. Despite heavy marking, she finished with 13 goals and three assists last season.
Arundel, forward, senior
With fast pace and a poised touch, Kirsch-Downs is one of the most difficult players to mark in the area. In her second varsity season last fall, the All-Metro first-team selection finished with 19 goals and 12 assists. She scored in 16 of the Wildcats’ 18 games last season.
South River, forward, senior