Head coach: James Schuck (second season)

Assistant: Paula Tobin

1990 record: 3-9

Returnees: Seniors, Peggy Fate (att), Lisa Kerr (def), Christie Kade (mid) and Angie Quick (def); juniors, Peggy Schreiber (mid), Kristy Moltz (att), Heather Riley (def), Angie King (att) and Jen Johnson (g)

Newcomers: Juniors, Cher Coleman (g), Jen Wiswall (mid), Annette Bristol (def), Michelle Bahney (att), Jen Meyers (att), Krista Thomas (def) and Tiffany Eschbacher (def); sophomore, Joni Jacobs (def)

Coach's outlook: "We had 55 girls who came out for the team, and 20 of them were freshmen, so we're very pleased. At this point, we're way ahead of last year's team. We've had three scrimmages, and we're playing nicely. If we can continue to generate asolid defense, I think I have an offense that can consistently score. There are five or six players in the offense who show good leadership and several players up from the junior varsity who are pushing thevarsity players. Hopefully, we can stack up against most teams and give the better teams a good game. Our goal is to get to the playoffs."

Anne Arundel County Sun's outlook: Nine of the Seahawks' starters from last year return, including All-County players Fate, Kerr and Moltz. Also, sophomore Jacobs has impressed Schuck enough that he hasmoved her up from the JV to take a key starting defensive spot. The Seahawks should finish among the county's top five or six teams, behind the likes of Severna Park, Southern, St. Mary's, Broadneck and Severn.

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