Glenelg, infielder, junior
The shortstop led the team in batting (.531) runs scored (30), stolen bases (20) and triples (six). She also had four home runs and has committed orally to play at Division I Kent State.
Broadneck, infielder, junior
The shortstop batted .462 and led Anne Arundel County in RBIs with 36. She also scored 21 runs and had a .924 fielding percentage and is being recruited by several Division I programs.
Chesapeake -AA, infielder, senior
The third baseman batted .468 with 29 runs scored and had 15 RBIs, nine doubles, a triple and a home run. Federowicz had just one error with 34 putouts for a .971 fielding percentage.
Archbishop Spalding, infielder, senior
The shortstop batted .300 for the IAAM A Conference champions and had a team-high 10 RBIs and nine walks. Gunning finished with three doubles, a triple and a home run, and had a crucial RBI single in the championship game against Seton Keough.
North County, pitcher, junior
Jones was a force offensively and defensively, finishing the season 12-5 with 79strikeouts in 102 innings and batting .457 with five doubles and 12 RBIs.
C. Milton Wright, infielder, senior
The third baseman finished the season with .423 batting average, including 30 hits and 22RBIs. Lucas also had a .932 fielding percentage, had an on-base percentage of .468 and scored 16 runs.
Eastern Tech, outfielder, senior
The center fielder batted .507 with 22 RBIs and 21 stolen bases last season. She was an All Metro second-team selection and made the All-County first team.
Chesapeake -AA, infielder, junior
The second baseman hit .444 at the No.9 spot in the batting order and led the team with four home runs. She also led the team with three triples, was second with 27 RBIs and scored 22 runs. She made just one error and had a .971 fielding percentage.
North Carroll, pitcher, senior
The Carroll County Player of the Year finished the season 18-2 with an 0.95 ERA. Opposing hitters batted just .212 against her, and she had 78 strikeouts in 125.2 innings.
Seton Keough, pitcher, senior
Zimmerman led the Gators with a .476 batting average and three home runs en route to the IAAM championship game. She finished 11-2 with a 1.42 ERA and was named an IAAM All-Star for the third straight year.
Kayleigh Allender, C. Milton Wright
Amanda Bendix, Glenelg
Paige Briganti, Severna Park
Jessica Canami, C. Milton Wright
Lauren Capece, North Carroll
Kristina Dillard, Broadneck
Alyssa Dixon, Century
Kim Dorsey, Franklin
Kyrstin Elliott, North County
Kate Helmick North County
Kierstin Henderson, Northeast
Erica Henkel, Arundel
Clare Hofstedt, Severna Park
Sarah Karsh, Franklin
Ashley Lesniewski, Mount de Sales
Megan Maloney, Reservoir
Maude McCourry, Lansdowne
Sage McGrann, Howard
Jordan Monk, Franklin
Ali Moos, Glen Burnie
Erin Morrissey, Bel Air
Jules Natoli, Howard
Bridget O'Malley, Seton Keough
Kensey O'Neill, Howard
Emily Kirby, Chesapeake-AA
Lindsay Resnik, C. Milton Wright
Jacqueline Richards, Chesapeake-AA
Ashley Sauerwein, Eastern Tech
Melanie Slowinski, Glen Burnie
Sera Stull, Lansdowne
Hannah Tavik, Seton Keough
Hannah Thomas, Hereford
Jordan Thompson, Broadneck
Jackie White, Franklin
Allison Williams, Eastern Tech
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