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All-Phillylacrosse.com 2011: Girls’ Defenders and Goalies

Thursday, 4th August 2011

Categories Features, Girl's/Women's, High School  
 

Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 8/4/11

Editor’s Note: Phillylacrosse.com honors the girls’ players from Philly for the 2011 season. The All-Phillylacrosse.com teams were chosen after much discussion with coaches and other media members. The major considerations were player performance and how much the players helped their teams succeed. Tomorrow: High Honorable Mention

Defenders

Alyssa DiBona, Archbishop Carroll, Senior
US Lacrosse Honorable Mention All-American, Catholic League First Team … Led Patriots to 11th straight Catholic League championship and berth in state quarterfinals …Committed to Brown.

Maggie Forker, Episcopal Academy, Senior
Inter-Ac League First Team … Led EA to Inter-Ac, PA Independent Schools championships … Signed with Vanderbilt.

Michelle Gildea, Sprimngfield-Delco, Junior
Central League Second Team … Led Cougars to share of Central League title and District 1 semifinals as well as state quarterfinals … Committed to Towson.

Catherine Layne, Villa Maria Academy, Senior
Athletic Association of Catholic Academies First Team … Led Hurricanes to league finals and District 1 playoffs …Signed with Penn State.

Emily Pillion, Conestoga, Junior
Central League First Team … Led Pioneers to second round of District 1 playoffs … Committed to James Madison.

Goalies

Annie Woehling, Radnor, Senior
Under Armour, US Lacrosse All-American, Academic All-American, Central League First Team … Made 157 saves … Led Red Raiders to share of fourth straight Central League championship … Will play at Princeton.

Allie Murray Downingtown East, Senior
Under Armour, US Lacrosse All-American, Ches-Mont League First Team … Led Cougars to Ches-Mont title and first District 1 championship, as well as berth in state finals … Member of U-19 team playing now in Hannover, Germany … Signed with Notre Dame.

Karen Hayde, Phoenixville, Senior
Pioneer Athletic Conference First Team … Led Phantoms to the PAC-10 Frontier Division championship … Save percentage was close to 60 percent … Signed with Old Dominion University.

All-Phillylacrosse.com
Girls’ Midfielders-Defense
Boys’ Defensemen, LSM
Girls’ Midfield-Attack
Boys’ Midfielders
Girls’ Attack
Boys’ Attackmen

Phillylacrosse.com Coach of the Year choices
2011 – Boys’ Team Coach of the Year: John Nostrant. Haverford School
2011 – Girls’ Team Coach of the Year: Kate Henwood, Garnet Valley
Boys’ Team Coach of the Year Honorable Mention choices
Girls’ Team Coach of the Year Honorable Mention choices

Phillylacrosse.com Girls’ Players of the Year
2011 – Taylor Trimble, Episcopal Academy, senior midfielder
2011 – Halley Barnes, Garnet Valley, junior midfielder
Girls’ Player of the Year Honorable Mention choices

Phillylacrosse.com Boys’ Players of the Year
2011 – Conor Kelly, Haverford School, senior goalie
2011 – Brian Dailey, Conestoga, senior long stick midfielder
Boys’ Player of the Year Honorable Mention choices


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