Player of the Year shutout two-time defending state champion Westminster in the regional final.
Finished season with 11 goals; broke a school record with 5 against Brunswick.
Broke a school record with 4 assists in one game, finished season with 11.
County's leading scorer pioneered a potent Lancer attack.
A versatile playmaker, finished with a team-high 30 points—11 goals, 8 assists.
Was the Titans' shutdown defender this season; scored her first career goal in final game.
Knights' most consistent player was selected to county and state All-Star games.
If it wasn't Lawrence, it was Tregoning cleaning up rebounds in front of the cage.
A hyper-active defender that kept the pressure off Russo and the ball on the offensive half.
Utilized powerful drives to clear the ball far down the field and out of the Urbana half.
Was an effective complement to Stuart, scoring 8 goals and chipping in 11 assists.
Coach of the Year
Beat all-powerful Westminster to lead Lancers to first region title in 19 years.
Taylor Little, senior, Walkersville, midfield/forward
Holly Chase, senior, Oakdale, midfield/forward
Madison Stuckey, senior, Oakdale, defense
Sarah Knotts, senior, Linganore, defense,
Amy Rothenhoefer, senior, Middletown, defense
Mary Reich, senior, Gov. Thomas Johnson, goalie
Maggie Myles, senior, Catoctin, midfield/forward
Brittany Foss, senior, Tuscarora, midfield/forward
Kayla Kastner, senior, Urbana, midfield/forward
Sarah Farmer, junior, Brunswick, midfield/forward
Bronwen Schriml, junior, Frederick, defense
Sydney Cline, Linganore; Holly Gambrell, Linganore; Katie Kraft, Urbana; Julia Eichelberger, Tuscarora; Cassie Lowell, Urbana; Delaney McCarron, Thomas Johnson; Leslie Allen, Urbana; Morgan Turner, Frederick; Sarah Mueller, Middletown; Ariel Ford, Middletown; Ali Kula, Oakdale.