Area players on all-conference teams

Field hockey Capital: Goucher placed senior forward Renie Amoss, freshman midfielder Chrissy Czajkowski and freshman forward Michele Mohlman on the first team. The Gophers put freshman sweeper Beth Bates and freshman back Michelle Cotter on the second team.

Colonial: Virginia Commonwealth sophomore forward Alycia Yoder (Stephen Decatur) was named to the first team. Radford senior goalkeeper Cathleen Cavanaugh (Howard) was named to the second team.


Men's soccer Atlantic 10: The first team included George Washington's Chris Majewski, a senior midfielder out of Centennial High. The second team included Rutgers freshman Hamisi Amani-Dove, who was a Parade All-American for Wilde Lake last year.

Big South: Towson State junior goalkeeper Rich Pellegrini (John Carroll), who finished with a 1.10 goals-against average and four shutouts, was the only local player named. The forwards included Radford senior Dante Washington, a U.S. Olympian from Columbia who went to Oakland Mills High. He had 10 goals and 11 assists, and finished his college career with 79 and 66.


Capital: St. Mary's Barry Schimpf was named Coach of the Year, and the Seahawks put sophomore forward Darren Hawkins, senior midfielder James Rebholz (Mount St. Joseph) and senior back Corey Cooke (Centennial) on the first team. York sophomore forward Ben Ossei-Akoannor (North Caroline) made the first team. Goucher's Percy Moore (Paint Branch), a sophomore forward, was also on the first team, and the Gophers had five second-teamers: sophomore forward Steve Montgomery (North East); sophomore midfielders Seth Bachman (Howard) and Pat Prendergast; freshman back Ian Dillner (Elkton); and senior goalkeeper Brian Garrahy (Middletown).

Metro Atlantic: Loyola had eight of the 16 players named. Forward Bill Wnek; midfielders Jim Garvey, Marc Harrison and Bill Heiser; backs David Briles, Billy Harte and Vince Moskunas; and goalie Shawn Boehmcke were honored. Moskunas (Calvert Hall) and Boehmcke are seniors; Garvey and Harte are juniors; Wnek is a sophomore; and Briles (Bowie), Harrison and Heiser (Eleanor Roosevelt) are freshmen.

Northeast: The second team included Mount St. Mary's Esa Staples, a sophomore back.

Patriot: Navy senior back Jono Halverson (Silver Spring/John F. Kennedy High) was named the Most Valuable Player. He had five goals and five assists this season. The Mids also placed senior forward Cliff Carpenter and sophomore midfielder Seth Walters on the first team.

Women's soccer Capital: St. Mary's Mike Sweeney was named Coach of the Year. The Seahawks placed senior forward Virginia Leithauser (Seton/Bowie) and sophomore back Brandi Van Meter (Patapsco) on the first team. Freshman forwards Jennifer Forbes (Walter Johnson) and Jackie Hogan (Blair); senior midfielder Katie Campbell (Wilde Lake); junior back Brigid Condon (Howard); and goalkeeper Jackie Aitoro made the second team.

Volleyball Metro Atlantic: Loyola senior outside hitter Marilyn Percoco was named Player of the Year. She was joined on the all-conference team by senior outside hitter Tara Vinje (Loch Raven) and junior setter Kim Colavito.