McDonogh, midfielder, senior
An All-Metro second-team selection last season, Bannantine played mainly on the defensive end but will step into a full midfield role and should emerge as a consistent offensive threat. She is headed for Princeton.
John Carroll, midfielder, senior
With her height and long reach, Bodt is one of the area's top players on the draw, controlling 68 last season to give the Patriots a jump on the opposition. Bound for Syracuse, the All-Metro first-team player also had 38 goals and 20 caused turnovers.
McDonogh, midfielder, senior
Last season's All-Metro Player of the Year excels at all aspects of the midfield from scoring (60 goals, 15 assists) to winning draws (80) to forcing turnovers (41). Headed for Maryland, Cummings is rated the No. 1 player in ESPNHS's Class of 2012 Top 100.
Maryvale, midfielder, senior
The Lions' scoring leader for three years, Darcangelo had 82 goals last season and has 161 for her career. The Florida-bound All-Metro second-team selection also excels at every other facet of the midfield, including draw control and defense.
Century, midfielder, senior
The Maryland-bound veteran had 56 goals and seven assists last season, but the better part of her game might be on the defensive end. She excels at marking the opposition's best middie, and the Knights will need her leadership on a young defense.
Fallston, midfielder, senior
Mosketti, who is headed for Penn State, scored 34 goals and had 18 assists last season, but that was just the beginning for the All-Metro second-team player. Her versatile game rises to every big occasion anywhere on the field.
Marriotts Ridge, midfielder, junior
Second in scoring last season for the Class3A-2A state champs with 45 goals and 34 assists, the All-Metro second-team selection has developed more diversity and creativity in her offensive game. She has committed to Maryland.
Severna Park, midfielder, junior
Her combination of athleticism and field sense has made this All-Metro second-teamer a contributor since her freshman season. Torggler, a Maryland commitment with a feel for both sides of the ball, scored 33goals and had 11 assists last season.
Bryn Mawr, goalie, senior
The Loyola-bound All-Metro keeper posted a 53 percent save rate last season and allowed just 6.2 goals per game. A critical defensive presence, she is rated the No. 12 player overall and the No. 2 goalie in the ESPNHS Class of 2012 Top 100.
Marriotts Ridge, defender, senior
Critical to a defense that gave up just 4.5 goals per game and allowed no team more than 10, Zabel plays an aggressive, physical game and excels at containing opponents one-on-one. An All-Metro second-team player last year, she has signed to play at UMBC.
Ally Adams, Severna Park
Betsy Angel, Roland Park
Haley Bordner, Century
Kassandra Bowling, Bryn Mawr
Brooke Boyd, St. Paul's
Kelly Boyd, St. Paul's
Taylor Bresnahan, South River
Sam Brookhart, Mount Hebron
Kenzie Brown, Dulaney
Caitlin Crouse, St. Mary's
Madison Cyr, Winters Mill
Karleigh Davis, Liberty
Madeline Dion, Annapolis
Corinne Etchison, McDonogh
Maddie Fisher, Mount Hebron
Angela Flister, Century
Katie Gallagher, C. Milton Wright
Taylor Greiss, Manchester Valley
Meagan Guthrie, Glenelg
Anna Haley, Broadneck
Hannah Hartman, Notre Dame Prep
Carolyn Jamison, Westminster
Emily Keesling, Patterson Mill
Alexa Kunowsky, Severn
Lauren Lea, Archbishop Spalding
Debra Milani, Catonsville
Meredith Moore, Loch Raven
Sam Nolan, Fallston
Aislinn Probst, Broadneck
Kelly Reese, Severn
Jenna Reifler, Roland Park
Sofia Robins, McDonogh
Rachel Schwaab, Catonsville
Jenny Skrenta, Severna Park
Abby Smucker, C. Milton Wright
Jackie Spalding, South River
Erika Spilker, Severna Park
Georgia Tunney, Notre Dame Prep
Megan Ward, St. Mary's
Mary Sean Wilcox, Notre Dame Prep
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