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Player of the Year

Kerry Shea, Seton Keough

Equally strong at attack or on the defensive end, the senior midfielder also mopped up 52 ground balls. A broken finger forced her to miss a few games early, but she came on strong as the Gators upset top-seeded and No. 2 St. Paul's in the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland quarterfinals.

Shea, also an All-Metro pick last season, led the Gators in scoring with 38 goals and 11 assists.

Coach of the Year

Kendra Ausby, City

In her first season with the Engineers, the former UMBC player led them to a 6-5 record against Baltimore City opponents after they had not won a single game the previous year. The Engineers produced that record despite usually having only 10 or 11 girls on the field.

Still, Ausby improved her team's skill level enough to keep them in most games.

First team

Name School Cl Pos

Stephanie Coyne Bryn Mawr Sr. A

Cate Goytisolo Roland Park Jr. A

Ashley Jones Seton Keough Jr. A

Sarah Bancroft Friends Sr. M

Kristen Carr Mercy Jr. M

Allie Emala Bryn Mawr So. M Tighe Hutchins Bryn Mawr Jr. M

Brittany Kalkstein Roland Park Jr. M

Kristin Schwab Friends Sr. M

Kerry Shea Seton Keough Sr. M

Maria Valderas Seton Keough Jr. M

Shannon Burke Roland Park Sr. D

Valerie Sherry Bryn Mawr Sr. D Amanda Rosenberg Bryn Mawr Jr. G

Second team

Name School Cl Pos

Faye Crosswhite Bryn Mawr Sr. A

Jordy Kirr Bryn Mawr So. A

Julia Nelson Western Sr. A

Barbara Seaman Roland Park Jr. A

Sarah Carson IND Jr. M

Taylor Fragapane Roland Park Sr. M

Cara Hitchner Roland Park Sr. M

Lacey Jennings Seton Keough Jr. M

Brooke Matthews Friends So. M

Katie Mazer Bryn Mawr Sr. D

Amy Peyrot Poly Sr. D

Sarah Ritter Friends Sr. D

Meredith Torr Bryn Mawr Jr. D

Katie Thompson Mercy Sr. G

Note: Teams selected by Katherine Dunn after consultation with The Sun staff and area coaches.

in an item on Baltimore City girls lacrosse Coach of the Year Kendra Ausby of City College, the school's nickname should have been Knights.
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