Picked for the All-Metro second team last season, Snouffer was the Mawrtians' go-to player. Her strong moves to goal and rocket shot fueled 39 goals, but she also had 25 assists. Headed to Georgetown, she also had 35 draw controls and 41 ground balls.
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Marriotts Ridge, midfielder, senior
A smooth midfielder who can do a little bit of everything, Stukenberg handled the draw, played solid defense and led the Mustangs in scoring with 67 goals and 27 assists. An All-Metro first-team pick last season, she has signed with Maryland.
Severna Park, midfielder, senior
On the All-Metro first team last season, the Maryland-bound Torggler led the Falcons with 61 goals and 10 assists despite drawing frequent face guards. She scored five goals in the state final for the second time as the Falcons repeated as Class 4A-3A champs.
McDonogh, attacker, junior
A smart shooter who excels at hitting the corners, the All-Metro first-team selection had 49 goals and nine assists for the No. 1 Eagles. Whittle, who has committed to Maryland, scored three goals in the IAAM A Conference title victory.
Ryan Bathras, Severna Park
Amanda Bochniak, Maryvale
Erika Brager, Roland Park
Taylor Bresnahan, South River
Sam Brookhart, Mount Hebron
Emily Castle, Annapolis
Gabby Cha, Mount de Sales
Emily Clark, North Harford