Archbishop Spalding, junior, defender
Bumgarner showed off her standout tackling skills, stick work and powerful shot (four goals, four assists) last season to earn second-team all-state honors. She was selected as one of the top 50 players in her class by MAX Field Hockey, as well as a member of the 2019-20 U.S. Women’s National Indoor Development Team.
Notre Dame Prep, junior, midfielder
The William & Mary commit finished with four goals and seven assists last season, showing outstanding touch on the ball. She is ranked as one of the nation’s top 10 players in her class by MAX Field Hockey, and earned a spot on the 2019-20 U.S. Women’s National Indoor Development Team.
Marriotts Ridge, senior, forward
The second-team All-Metro pick possesses some of the area’s best all-around stick skills, and is ranked as one of the top 50 seniors in the nation by MAX Field Hockey. Gladstein (eight goals, five assists) earned honorable mention all-state honors, and will continue her career at Delaware.
Liberty, senior, defender
The second-team all-state selection played a major win in Liberty’s run to the Class 2A state title, anchoring a defense that posted 11 shutouts, including a 1-0 win over Hereford in the final. Goetz, who takes on opponents’ top attackers on the right side of the field, will continue her career at Salisbury.
Bel Air, senior, midfielder
Proving her value as one of the area’s top two-way players, Hale finished last season with 16 goals to go along with five assists and 12 defensive saves. The second-team All-Metro and all-state pick will continue her career next year at Boston College.
Archbishop Spalding, senior, defender
Koehler was the glue that held together the Cavaliers’ young defense a year ago, playing every minute of every game and leading the team in defensive saves. For her efforts, she earned second-team All-Metro and honorable-mention all-state honors.
Maryvale, junior, forward
The Lions' offensive leader has scored 29 goals over her first two varsity seasons, consistently using her speed and elimination skills to penetrate the circle. She is ranked as one of the top 100 players in the Class of 2021 by MAX Field Hockey.
Mount Hebron, senior, midfielder
Impressive stickwork helped the Virginia-bound standout control the middle of the field last season, finishing with 19 goals and four assists. She earned first-team all-state and second-team All-Metro honors, and was selected for the U.S. Women’s National Indoor Development Team.
Severna Park, senior, midfielder
She finished with 14 goals and eight assists a year ago, showing her toughness on both sides of the ball in earning first-team all-state and second-team All-Metro honors. She will continue her career next year at Northwestern.
Chesapeake-AA, senior, goalie
The first-team all-state and second-team All-Metro pick showed superior reflexes in stopping 83% of shots against her, recording a school-record 31 saves against Delaware-power Delmar. The Delaware commit finished last season with seven shutouts.
Others to watch
Jillian Ansell, McDonogh
Anna Brandt, Hereford
Haley Davis, Severn
Megan Dudick, Fallston
Julia Frankis, Patterson Mill
Natalie Freeman, Garrison Forest
Christine Goetz, Liberty
Lana Hamilton, Arundel
Kaitlyn Huber, Century
Emma Huddler, Harford Tech
Sarah Kang, Glenelg
Annie Keele, C. Milton Wright
Hayden Kesner, Catonsville
Quinn Kindbom, River Hill
Caitlin Koehler, Archbishop Spalding
Becca Lawn, Archbishop Spalding
Alexis Loder, John Carroll
Caitlin McGuirk, South River
Meredith Medvetz, Notre Dame Prep
Meagan Quick, South River
Emma Radebaugh, Maryvale
Meghan Radnoff, South Carroll
Kaiya Sabur, Old Mill
Nikki Seven, Arundel
Sidney Snyder, Dulaney