Girls lacrosse: First team

Jen Cook

McDonogh, sr., attack

•One key to prolific, balanced attack that averaged 17.8 goals en route to IAAM A Conference title

•Had 33 goals, 21assists for attack that averaged 17.8 goals en route to IAAM AConference title

•Selected to U.S. Under-19 team

Under Armour All-American, signed with Maryland

Erin McMunn

Winters Mill, sr., attack

•Slowed by injury early but came on strong in the playoffs for the state Class 2A-1A champs

•Had 39 goals, 45assists, 55 draw controls for state Class2A-1A champs

•Had three goals, two assists in 2A-1A title game

•U.S. under-19 team, headed to Princeton

Alyssa Semones

Westminster, sr., attack

•Powerful attacker, tough one-on-one defensive matchup

•Led No. 9 team to undefeated Carroll County season, state Class 4A-3A final

•Had 73 goals, 50assists; 229 career goals

•Under Armour All-American, signed with Penn State

Covie Stanwick

NDPNotre Dame Prep, sr., attack

•Stellar offensive leader for No. 6 NDP; great vision, innate feel for crease; 77 goals, 52assists

•Finished career with 206 career goals, 174assists

•One of six All-Metro lacrosse siblings, brother Wells is boys first-teamer

•U.S. Under-19 team, Under Armour All-American, headed to Boston College

Annie Thomas

John Carroll, sr., attack

•Accurate shooter with powerful moves to the net; controlled the offense

•Led No. 11 team in scoring with 44 goals, 34 assists

•Had 25 caused turnovers, 24 ground balls

•Under Armour All-American, signed with Loyola

Erica Bodt

John Carroll, jr., midfield

•Second-team All-Metro pick last season

•Controlled 68 draws

•Had 38 goals, 28ground balls, 20caused turnovers

•Will play for Baltimore All-Stars at Under Armour Underclassmen tournament; committed to Syracuse

Brooks Lawler

McDonogh, sr., midfield

Repeat first-teamer; speedy quick; slippery one-on-one dodger; strong nondominant side shot

•Second on No. 1 team in goals (41), fourth in points (47)

•Had 61 ground balls, 24 draw controls, 10caused turnovers

•Under Armour All-American, signed with Northwestern

Morgan Rubin

Bryn Mawr, sr., midfield

•Speedy with slick moves to the net, No. 3 Mawrtians' leading scorer

•No. 3 Mawrtians' leading scorer shot 53percent, had 57goals, 32 assists

•Smart off-ball play created scoring opportunities

•Under Armour All-American, signed with North Carolina

Caroline Seats

Roland Park, sr., midfield

•Repeat first-team player, led No. 2 Reds with complete end-to-end skills

•Played greater role on defense this season

•Had 47 goals, 31assists

•Excelled at winning possession with Had 101 draw controls, 85 ground balls

•Under Armour All-American, set to play at Georgetown

Erin Tenneson

Chesapeake-AA, sr., midfield

•Do-it-all player

•On-field coach eager to play team ball despite superior skills, game smarts, work ethic

•Had 46 goals, 10assists, 39 ground balls; scored 131 career goals

•Signed with Duke

Daniela Eppler

Roland Park, sr., defense

•Savvy line defender made big plays in every game for No. 2 Reds, IAAM A Conference runners-up

•Had 75 ground balls, 46 draw controls

•Marked opposition's top threat; could also run the midfield; had five goals

•Signed with Virginia

Casey Pepperman

McDonogh, sr., defense

•Speedy player on No.1 team that allowed 7.5goals per game

•Former attack player with excellent stick skills, one-on-one containment

Had 55 ground balls, 35 draw controls

•Signed with Louisville

Molly Wolf

Bryn Mawr, jr., goalie

•Critical defensive presence, vocal leader for No. 2 Mawrtians

•Posted 53 percent save rate, 6.2goals-against average

Made 17 saves despite hour rain delay interruption in midseason 15-9 win over Roland Park

•Will play for Baltimore All-Stars at Under Armour Underclassmen tournament; committed to Loyola

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