Century, midfielder, senior
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McDonogh, attacker, senior
Coming off knee surgery, the 2012 All-Metro second-team selection should be the same explosive dodger who excelled at finishing last season with 49 goals. This year, the Eagles will look to the Florida-bound Burgess to run their offense.
Maryvale, goalie, senior
Last season's All-Metro goalie posted a 9.0 goals-against average and had a save rate of 58 percent. Federico made 11 saves in the Lions' 12-11 loss to McDonogh in the IAAM A Conference championship game. She is headed for Johns Hopkins.
Westminster, attacker, senior
After tearing an ACL in her sophomore year, Jamison returned to her fierce and fearless attacking style in time to help the Owls to the Class 4A-3A title game last season. Jamison, who has committed to Maryland, finished with 55 goals and 39 assists.
Catonsville, midfielder, senior
An All-Metro second-team player, Milani averaged seven draws per game last season, finishing with 121. She also scored eight or more goals four times and led the Comets with 93 goals and 17 assists. She has signed with Maryland.
C. Milton Wright, midfielder, senior
Most opponents face-guarded or schemed against the Penn State-bound Smucker, but she still scored 53 goals and had 28 assists. Also strong on the defensive end, the All-Metro second-team choice had 21 caused turnovers and 55 ground balls.