1993 ALL-BALTIMORE CITY/ COUNTY GIRLS SOCCER TEAMS

THE BALTIMORE SUN

THE GIRLS TEAMS

FIRST TEAM

Name.. .. .. .. .. .. School.. .. .. .. .. ..Year .. .. .... .. .. Position

Laurie Schwoy .. .. ..McDonogh .. .. .. .. ..Soph. .. .. .. .. .. ..Forward

Aimee Vaughan .. .. ..Dulaney .. .. .. .. .. Senior .. .. . .. .. .Forward Robyn Harry .. .. .. .Loch Raven .. .. .. .. Junior .. .. .. .. .. Forward Heather Miskiewicz .. Mercy .. .. .. .. .. ..Junior .. .. .. .. .. Forward Ali Schuch .. .. .. ..Dulaney .. ... .. .. ..Soph. .. .. . .. .. ..Forward Kara Cristaldi .. .. McDonogh .. .. .. .. ..Junior .. .. .. .. .. Midfield Christina Coroneos .. McDonogh .. .. .. .. ..Senior .. .. .. ....Midfield

Abby Bausman .. .. .. Dulaney .. .. .. .. ...Junior .. .. .. .. .. Midfield

Bridget Harthausen.. .Loch Raven .. .. .. .. Soph. .. .. .. .. ..Midfield

Alison Schroeder.. .. McDonogh .. .. .. .. ..Senior .. .. .. .. Defense

Nicole Froman .. .. ..Loch Raven .. .. .. .. Freshman .. .. . ..Defense

Laura Mierczak .. .. .Catholic .. .. .. ... Senior .. .. .. .. .. Defense

Chris Williamson .. ..Mercy ... .. .. .. .. Senior .. .. .. .. .. Defense

Sara Weaver .. .. .. .Towson .. .. .. .. .. Senior .. .. . .. .. Goalkeeper

Player of the Year: Alison Schroeder, McDonogh

Coach of the Year: Lou Menegatti, Loch Raven

SECOND TEAM

WMName.. .. . . .. School.. .. .. .. .. .. .. Year.. .. .. ... .. ... Position

Jen DeRubio.. .. Catholic .. .. .. .. .. .. Senior .. .. ... .. .. ..Forward

Tamika Gray .. ..Overlea .. .. .. .. .. .. Junior .. .. .. .. ... ..Forward

Kristin Carey.. .Towson .. .. .. .. .. .. ..Senior .. .. . .. .. .. Forward Mary Edwards .. .Loch Raven.. .. .. .. .. Senior .. .. .. .. .. .. Forward Jessie Pheobus ..Perry Hall .. .. .. .. .. Soph. .. .. ... .. .. .. Midfield

Holly Wiitala .. Overlea .. .. .. .. .. .. Junior .. ... .. .. .. ..Midfield

Molly Farmer.. ..Towson .. .. .. .. .. .. Senior .. .. .. .. .. .. Midfield Susie Pitt .. .. McDonogh .. .. .. .. .. .. Soph. . .. .. ... .. .. Midfield

Alaina Lawson.. .McDonogh .. .. .. .. .. ...Junior .. .. .. .. .. .. Defense Liz French .. .. McDonogh .. .. .. .. .. .. Junior .. .. .... .. ... Defense

Tara Troup .. .. Hereford .. .. .. .. .. .. Senior .. .. .. .. .. .. Defense

Whitney McClelland Dulaney .. .. .. .. .. ..Senior .. .. ... .. .. Defense

Amy Miller .. .. Franklin .. .. .. .. .. .. Soph. .. .. .. .. .. ..Defense Jen Cooper .. .. Franklin .. .. .. .. .. .. Senior .. .. .. .. .. .. Defense

The girls first team at a glance

COACH OF THE YEAR

* Lou Menegatti, Loch Raven -- Regularly starting two seniors, three juniors, four sophomores and two freshmen, Menegatti helped his Raiders (16-1) to dethrone last year's county champion, Dulaney, 2-0, winner of this year's state 3A-4A title. The Raiders later became Baltimore County's first girls state champ, earning the 1A-2A crown, 2-0, over Hammond after being runners-up last year and in 1990. Loch Raven also gave top-ranked McDonogh (19-0) its toughest game of the year, leading, 1-0, at one time in an eventual 3-2 loss.

PLAYER OF THE YEAR

* Alison Schroeder, senior, McDonogh, defense -- A first-team All-Metro pick last year, Schroeder (seven goals, eight assists) is this year's Baltimore Sun All-City/County Player of the Year. Her four-year varsity career includes first-team All-Catholic League honors each season, during which time she has played every position except goalie. A repeat first-team All-State selection, Schroeder has scored 20 goals with 16 assists over the last three seasons. A sweeper, she anchored the defense to an area-high 13 shutouts with 12 goals allowed -- all but two of which were scored off set plays. She keyed the victory over then top-ranked Hammond, in which 1992 All-Metros Kisha Jett and Kacy Williams were held scoreless. Schroeder is a fifth-year Olympic Developmental player and a four-time regional camp pick, and she made this year's regional team for her age group. Her club team credentials include stints with Virginia's State-Cup champ Vista United and the seven-time Maryland State Cup champ Columbia Crusaders, which has produced 14 All-Metros within the last three years.

ALL-CITY/COUNTY FIRST TEAM

* Abby Bausman, junior, Dulaney, midfield -- She was the third-leading scorer with 20 goals and 14 assists for the 3A-4A state champion Lions. She used a unique blend of speed and skills that earned her first-team All-State honors.

* Christina Coroneos, senior, McDonogh, midfield -- A finesse player, a first-team All-State selection and a repeat All-City/County pick, Coroneos scored five goals with 14 assists. In come-from-behind victories over Mercy, 3-1, and Loch Raven, 3-2, Coroneos -- a field general -- had the game-winning and game-tying goals, respectively, to help McDonogh maintain its No. 5 national ranking.

* Kara Cristaldi, junior, McDonogh, midfield -- This first-team All-State pick scored six goals with 16 assists. She used her keen marksmanship on the majority of McDonogh's corner kicks and throw-ins, occasionally sharing those duties with Coroneos.

* Nicole Froman, freshman, Loch Raven, defense -- This 5-foot-9 player already has distinguished herself among the state's best as an honorable-mention All-State selection. She anchored a team that in 17 games allowed 10 goals with nine shutouts. She had two assists and scored her 10th goal in the 1A-2A state title victory over Hammond, 2-0.

* Robyn Harry, junior, Loch Raven, forward -- This repeat All-City/County and second-team All-State pick used her dominating skills and lightning speed to score 37 goals with seven assists, including the game-winners in the Baltimore County title victory over 3A-4A state champ Dulaney, 2-0, and in the 1A-2A state title victory over Hammond, 2-0. She surpassed Michelle DeJuliis to become Loch Raven's all-time scoring leader with 54 goals and 22 assists.

* Bridget Harthausen, sophomore, Loch Raven, midfield -- An honorable-mention All-State selection, Harthausen (11 goals, 12 assists) demonstrated poise that belied her age as the Raiders' leader in transition. She often displayed pinpoint accuracy on corner kicks and throw-ins.

* Laura Mierczak, senior, Catholic, defense -- A second-team All-City/County selection last year, Mierczak was her squad's most consistent player during a down season. She scored twice from her sweeper post and earned first-team All-Catholic League honors for the second straight year.

* Heather Miskiewicz, junior, Mercy, forward -- Called a "nice player" by McDonogh's co-coaches, Miskiewicz led the Sharpshooters with 19 goals and five assists as her team reached the Catholic League semifinals. Her assist to Tina Steck gave Mercy a 1-0 lead -- the first time McDonogh trailed all year -- in an eventual 3-1 loss to the Eagles.

* Ali Schuch, sophomore, Dulaney, forward -- The second-best scorer in the Lions' three-pronged attack, Schuch had 27 goals with eight assists, including the game-winner in a 1-0 state semifinal victory over Chesapeake.

* Laurie Schwoy, sophomore, McDonogh, forward -- A repeat All-City/County pick, Schwoy (49 goals, 21 assists) was the area's top scorer for the top-ranked Catholic League champion Eagles (19-0) and was voted the league's Player of the Year. She has 77 career goals with 35 career assists.

* Aimee Vaughan, senior, Dulaney, forward -- She was last year's All-Metro Player of the Year with an area-leading 37 goals and 14 assists, but surpassed that total this year with 42 and 12. A first-team All-State selection, Vaughan has 116 career goals and 51 assists and has led the Lions to three straight 3A-4A state-playoff appearances.

* Sara Weaver, senior, Towson, goalkeeper -- A repeat All-City/County pick and a second-team All-State selection, Weaver grabbed an average of 16 saves and allowed one goal per game with six shutouts for the 9-5 Generals.

* Chris Williamson, senior, Mercy, defense -- An honorable-mention All-State pick, Williamson earned All-Catholic League honors and also contributed offensively with five goals and nine assists.

HOW THE TEAMS WERE PICKED

The Baltimore Sun All-City/County Soccer Teams were selected by Lem Satterfield after consultation with city and county coaches.

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