Notre Dame Prep's Grace Haus, Garrison Forest's Samantha Fiedler, Glenelg's Courtney Renehan, Catonsville's Kayla Wood and Century's Kylie Davis were named Under Armour All-Americans Monday in the fourth and final wave of players selected for the 12th annual Under Armour All-America Lacrosse Game in July.
Their selection brings to 13 the number of Baltimore-area girls to be chosen among the top 44 high school seniors in the country.
Haus is an attacker headed for Florida. Fiedler and Renehan are midfielders headed to Loyola Maryland and Maryland, respectively. Wood is a defender who will play for North Carolina.
Davis, a midfielder going to Maryland, missed this season with an injury and will not play in the All-America game.
The final five local selections join McDonogh's Andie Aldave, Margaret Donovan and Catie May, Notre Dame Prep's Keegan Barger, St. Mary's Shelby Harrison, Severn's Brooke Robbins, Liberty's Grace Griffin and Centennial's Laurie Bracey, who were named in the first three waves.
The 44 players selected will be divided into North and South teams for the game on July 1 at Towson University's Johnny Unitas Stadium. The girls game will begin at 5:30 p.m. with the boys game to follow at 8.
No local boys were named in the final three waves. St. Paul's goalie Alex Rode, who is headed for Virginia, was selected in the first wave.