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All-Metro Girls Lacrosse Team

Andie Aldave

McDonogh, sophomore, defender

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• Also played in the midfield but was the key cog in a defensive unit that held opponents to 7.4 goals per game

• Only four opponents hit double digits against her IAAM A Conference-champion Eagles (21-0), who have a 133-game winning streak and were ranked No. 1 in the country

• Showed her versatility in the A Conference final by scoring the game-winner to beat No. 3 Roland Park and extend McDonogh's run to six A Conference titles

• Playing for the U.S. Under-19 national team; committed to Notre Dame

Sami Chenoweth

Manchester Valley, junior, defender

• Game-changing defender led a unit that allowed just 4.67 goals per game en route to a 19-0 season and Class 2A-1A state championship

• Took nine charges; had 31 caused turnovers, 11 interceptions, 47 ground balls

• Frequently switching defenses, her unit held 14 opponents to five goals or fewer

• Committed to Towson

Lizzie Colson

Manchester Valley, junior, midfielder

• Second-team selection last season and transition spark for the No. 2 Mavericks, two-time state champions

• Finished with 83 goals, 27 assists, 71 draw controls and 24 caused turnovers

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• Had five goals and two assists in 16-5 state title win over Queen Anne's; had six goals and three assists in 23-11 win over No. 3 Roland Park

• Committed to Maryland

Emily Cooper

Archbishop Spalding, senior, attacker

• Repeat first-team player led the No. 6 Cavaliers to their best season in school history

• Top-notch finisher had 81 goals and 29 assists as Spalding reached the A Conference semifinals

• Scored in every game despite drawing regular face guards; scored six goals in a win over eventual state champion Severna Park

• Headed to Loyola Maryland

Elizabeth George

McDonogh, senior, midfielder

• Do-it-all player stood out all over the field; was second-team All-Metro selection the past two seasons

• Led the six-time IAAM A Conference champions in points with 65, including 42 goals; made many key contributions, especially with 48 draw controls

• Had four goals and two assists in a 14-4 win over Bishop Ireton, Va., in a national No. 1 vs. No. 2 showdown; also The Baltimore Sun's All-Metro field hockey Player of the Year in the fall

• Under Armour All-American; will play lacrosse at Princeton

Jen Giles

Mount Hebron, senior, midfielder

• Second-team All-Metro selection last season, stellar two-way player for the Howard County champion

• Had 51 goals, 21 assists, 32 draw controls and 29 caused turnovers

• Finished her career with 229 goals, 114 assists, 247 draw controls and 92 caused turnovers

• Under Armour All-American; headed to Maryland

Madi Hall

Century, senior, midfielder

• Often unstoppable around the crease, led the Class 3A-2A state champs in scoring

• Contributed 61 goals, 36 assists, 43 ground balls and 42 draw controls

• Had four goals, including the game-winner, one assist and four draw controls in 14-12 section final win over Glenelg

• Totaled 162 career goals and 89 assists; signed with Florida

Miranda Ibello

Maryvale, senior, midfielder

• Repeat first-team selection proved one of the area's most challenging matchups

• Led the Lions with 73 goals and 35 assists; had several games with more than six goals

• Had two goals and six assists in IAAM A Conference first-round upset of No. 13 Bryn Mawr, 14-13

• Under Armour All-American, U.S. Under-19 national team player, headed to Johns Hopkins

Olivia Jenner

McDonogh, senior, midfielder

• The repeat first-team selection was the key to possession with her ability to control the draws

• Won 70 draws, led the Eagles with 51 goals and had six assists

• Often plucked the ball out of the air but could also influence the direction of the draw toward teammates on the circle

• Under Armour All-American; signed with Duke

Eva Klaus

Severna Park, junior, midfielder

• Standout on the draw, winning 108 this season; key transition player, strong finisher

• Scored 56 goals and had 13 assists for the state Class 4A-3A champion

• In 18-15 state final win over Bel Air, won 14 draws, helped team win 26; had five goals, one assist

• Second-team All-Metro player last season; committed to Johns Hopkins

Caroline Sdanowich

John Carroll, senior, midfielder-defender

• Stellar two-way player led the No. 4 Patriots in scoring, often face-guarded opponent's top threat

• Finished with 65 goals, 12 assists, 50 draw controls and 30 ground balls

• Proved a shut-down defender and face-guarded some of the A Conference's best players out of the game

• A second-team All-Metro pick last season; headed for James Madison

Katy Sharretts

John Carroll, senior, goalie

• The top goalie in the IAAM A Conference posted a .455 save rate and allowed 9.9 goals per game in the top league in the country

• Had multiple games with saves numbering in the mid-teens; stopped 15 shots in the regular-season 8-6 loss to No. 1 McDonogh

• Had nine saves in the 12-11 A Conference semifinal loss to McDonogh

• Headed to San Diego State

Caroline Steele

Severn, senior, midfielder

• Smooth, speedy repeat first-team selection could face guard the opponent's top player and lead her team in scoring

• Set a school record with 94 goals and had 13 assists; set school career goals record with 239

• Scored eight goals against No. 3 Roland Park; scored 10 vs. Notre Dame Prep

• Under Armour All-American, will play at Maryland

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