Roberts tops lacrosse All-America list

June 11, 1993

Stephanie Roberts, The Baltimore Sun's All-Metro Player of the Year, leads a list of 24 local high school girls lacrosse stars recently named All-Americans by the Baltimore and Chesapeake Women's Lacrosse Associations.

Nine All-Metro first-teamers were honored with first-team All-America status.

* Roberts, senior defense wing from Severna Park and the Anne Arundel County Player of the Year, led the unbeaten Falcons to their fourth straight Class 3A-4A title.

* Michele DeJuliis, senior third home from Loch Raven and the Baltimore City/County Player of the Year, scored 76 goals and 101 points for the Class 1A-2A runners-up.

* Lori Pasquantonio, senior home from Mount Hebron and Howard County Player of the Year, scored 75 goals and 31 assists while leading the Vikings to their second straight state Class 1A-2A title.

* Peggy Boutilier, junior center from Roland Park and an AIS All-Star, led the Reds to their third straight Association of Independent Schools title with great defense as well as 24 goals and eight assists.

* Andrea Krumholz, senior cover point from Friends and an AIS All-Star, helped give the Quakers one of the stingiest defenses around as they reached the AIS tournament semifinals.

* Erin Wylde, junior midfielder from Severna Park, led the Falcons in scoring with 40 goals and 15 assists, including a team-high four goals in the state title victory over South Carroll.

* Lauren Feinstein, senior midfielder from Annapolis, played consistent defense and also scored 28 goals and 13 assists.

* Kerri Johnson, senior center from Perry Hall and MVP for her team in the Baltimore County All-Star Game, led Baltimore County in scoring with 87 goals and 26 assists.

* Ali True, Mount Hebron goalkeeper, made 141 saves, including 18 in the state title win over Loch Raven, for a .666 save percentage.

Also named to the first team:

* Julie Jakum, senior center from C. Milton Wright, Harford County Player of the Year and second-team All-Metro pick, led Harford County in scoring with 70 goals.

* Amy Fine, senior midfielder from Mount Hebron and second-team All-Metro pick, was the Vikings' most versatile player, exceling on defense and adding 32 goals and 24 assists.

* Cristi Samaras, junior home from Annapolis and second-team All-Metro pick, led Anne Arundel County in scoring for the second straight year with 49 goals and 38 assists.

* Liza Shoemaker, junior center from Garrison Forest and All-Baltimore City/County pick, was the key to the Grizzlies transition game and had 13 goals and seven assists.

* Giovanna Webster, senior home from Mount de Sales and All-Baltimore City/County second teamer, led the Metro area in scoring for most of the season and finished with 112 points including 69 goals.

Given honorable mention: All-Metro first-team defenders Cory Samaras (Annapolis) and Tierney Clark (Mount Hebron); All-Metro second-teamers Brent McCallister (Roland Park attacker) and Amy Carnaggio (Severna Park midfielder).

Also named honorable mention were All-Baltimore City/County first-team midfielders Jody Cowan of Oldfields, and Melissa Reese of Seton Keough; as well as second-teamers Melissa Cully, Roland Park midfielder; Heather Castle, Notre Dame Prep goalkeeper; and Chrissy Tirocchi, Mount de Sales midfielder. All-Anne Arundel attacker Robin Quinton of Severn also received honorable mention.

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