Head coach: Clint Gosnell (15th season)

Assistants: Fred Plitt, Mark Moran and Bill Hughes

1990 record: 8-6

Returnees: Seniors, Jeff Farr (mid), Cory Turner (mid), Jason McNamara (mid), Andy Goeller (att), Kurt Fowler (att), Brent Sheldon (def), Travis Loving (g), Sean Harris (def-mid), Eric Jackson (def-mid) and Pat Beach (def); sophomores, David Livingston(att) and Greg Booth (mid)

Newcomers: Senior, Matt Agee (transferfrom St. Mary's, mid); junior, Graham Neimi (def)

Coach's outlook: "We have around seven or eight players on the squad who can really contribute offensively. We don't have that one go-to guy, but we're starting to jell offensively, and we're working hard on solving our non-verbal communication problems on offense and defense. We also have a lot of new players who will be counted on to contribute. We're looking forward to a good season, and I think the kids are beginning to realize that we have the potential to be a very good team. I think theleague title will come down to the last game of the season. April 10, I think we'll know where we stand."

Anne Arundel County Sun's outlook: The Wildcats seem to be banking heavily on their defensive and midfield corps. While good defense is just as important as good offense, Arundel will need a couple of players to step forward on the offensive end in order to reach postseason action. Even if the Wildcats fall short of the playoffs, they probably will give their opponents fits every time they take the field.

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