Rated the No. 1 junior in the country by Inside Lacrosse, Ahearn contributes everywhere on the field. She led the Dragons last season with 96 draw controls, had 29 goals and 17 assists and often guarded the opposition’s top attacker. An All-Metro second-team pick last season, she has committed to Maryland.
Last season’s All-Metro goalie, Bustard showed exceptional reflexes, at times saving quick consecutive shots from opposite sides of the goal. She posted a .510 save percentage playing every minute. The Loyola Maryland commit had two 18-save performances.
Glenelg, senior, midfielder
A consistent, prolific scoring threat for the two-time Class 3A-2A state champions, Callahan had 56 goals and 14 assists. A first team All-Metro selection headed to Duke, she had three goals and two assists in a 9-7 win over Notre Dame Prep.
A first-team All-Metro selection headed to Louisville, Clevenger excelled at one-on-one defense and was tough to beat on the crease. She led a unit that allowed just 7.4 goals per game and held seven of 17 opponents to five or fewer goals.
The North Carolina-bound Hillman, rated by Inside Lacrosse as the nation’s No. 1 senior recruit, helped the Bobcats to their first state championship. A second-team All-Metro pick, she had 64 draw controls, 22 goals and 15 assists, including four goals in the title victory over Severna Park.
Coming back from an ACL tear, Hoffman is ready to step back into a lead role on an offense she led last season with 55 goals and 76 assists despite frequent face guards. An All-Metro first-team selection, she has signed with Maryland.
Last season’s All-Metro Player of the Year dominates the draw like no other high school girl, and that played a critical role in extending the Eagles’ 177-game win streak. She won 165 draws last season, 7.5 per game. Jenner, bound for Duke, has elevated her game on both ends of the field, finishing second on the team wth 40 goals.
An exceptionally quick player, Mardiney is dangerous with or without the ball. She drew almost constant face guards but still scored eight goals against Bryn Mawr and finished with 46 goals and 14 assists. An All-Metro second-team selection, Mardiney is headed to Florida.
A key feeder from behind the goal, Mossman had 46 assists last season but was equally threatening as a finisher with 46 goals, often beating the opposition’s best defender. The All-Metro first-team selection headed to Boston College had four goals and an assist in the A Conference title game loss to McDonogh.
Southern, senior, goalie
Suplee, who has signed with Penn State, posted a .620 save percentage a year ago and stopped 65 percent of the free-position shots she faced. She made 160 saves, including 18 in a win over Broadneck, and had 30 ground balls and eight caused turnovers.