Baltimore County players to watch 1993 high school girls soccer preview

September 08, 1993|By Jeff Seidel

Abby Bausman, Dulaney, Jr., M -- She scored 19 goals and had 14 assists for the Lions last year. Bausman finished as the team's third-leading scorer and should be up there again.

Rebecca Becker, Towson Catholic, Sr., F -- The Owlettes' top scorer is back, and she should be a big plus for them again. She's a good shooter, dribbler and passer.

Diana Crisfulli, Woodlawn, Sr., F -- A good athlete who sparks the Woodlawn offense. She led the team in scoring, is a good shooter and finisher.

Debbie Curran, Parkville, Soph., F -- She will be the centerpiece of the Knights' offense. Last season she had 17 goals and four assists.

Mary Edwards, Loch Raven, Sr., F-M -- She missed a big part of last season with injuries, but is ready to go. Edwards is the fourth-leading scorer in Loch Raven history with 17 goals and 10 assists.

Ann Giardina, Catonsville, Jr., M -- For the past two years, she has been a first-team selection to the All-County team. She is very fast, controls the offense and has good ball skills.

Robyn Harry, Loch Raven, Jr., F-M -- Harry eight goals and seven assists as an All-County pick. She's the third-leading scorer in school history with 17 goals and 17 assists.

Jen Middleton, Dundalk, Sr., F -- She led the Owls in scoring in '92 with 10 goals. A strong all-around player

Amy Miller, Franklin, Soph., D -- A second-team All-Metro pick who passes well and controls the ball effectively.

Sara Nunnally, Lansdowne, Soph., F -- As a freshman last year, she made a big impression. She plays club soccer and has a lot of experience.

Christina Ottone, Mount Carmel, Sr., D -- An excellent defender with great speed and ball-control skills. She had two goals and four assists last year.

Jessa Phoebus, Perry Hall, Soph., M -- She is a skilled player who can pass and shoot. She scored nine goals last season and should be one of the top scorers for the Gators in 1993.

Alex Rohlfs, Hereford, Jr., D -- Hereford coach Steve Power calls her "the rock" of the defense. She's the best marker on the team and usually draws the opponent's top striker.

Katy Santry, Mount de Sales, Jr., F -- She scored 19 goals last year and will help the Sailors as they go after a Catholic League B Conference title.

Shanan Schaeffer, Patapsco, Jr., M -- The center midfielder, a first-team All-County pick for the last two years, is multi-talented. She is good on offense and defense, can shoot with either foot and had five goals and three assists.

Ali Schuch, Dulaney, Soph., M -- She is a big force at Dulaney. Last year, as a freshman, she had 18 goals and had 19 assists. She combines with Aimee Vaughan and Abby Bausman to form a potent attack at Dulaney.

Alison Schroeder, McDonogh, Sr., D -- She is a big part of the McDonogh team. A very fast player who is quick, intelligent and rarely makes mistakes. She should score more this season.

Laurie Schwoy, McDonogh, Soph., F -- She is one of top players around, despite being a sophomore. She scored 28 goals and had 12 assists last year. Co-coach Ted Scocos said she can "put a ball through a brick wall."

Carly Sosslau, Owings Mills, Soph., D -- She anchors the team's defense. She's quick and has good ball-control skills and also has a powerful shot, scoring last year on 30-yard shots.

Aimee Vaughan, Dulaney, Sr., F -- One of the area's top players. Vaughan, last year's Player of the Year, keyed an explosive Lions offense with 37 goals and 14 assists. There is very little on a soccer field that she cannot do.

Sarah Weaver, Towson, Sr., G -- A three-year starter for the Generals, Weaver was a first-team All-County pick. A good field general, she stopped two penalty kicks in a game last year.

Holly Wiitala, Overlea, Jr., M -- The midfielder can do a little bit of everything for the Falcons, including setting up the offense and helping on defense. Her six goals and six assists last year

landed her on the first-team All-County squad.

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