Kate Kaiser, Notre Dame Prep, So.: With her speed and stick skills, Kaiser always made an aggressive move to the goal. One of the AIS's top breakaway threats, she excelled as the Pirates' cherry picker. When her teammates got the ball ahead to her she almost always got off a shot and finished with seven goals and three assists.
Lauren Klein, Garrison Forest, Sr.: Another breakaway threat, Klein had a hand in more than half of the No. 2 Grizzlies' goals with five goals and six assists. Her speed and ball control put plenty of pressure on the defense and whenever she didn't score, her efforts usually resulted in penalty corners.
Jen Murray, Roland Park, Sr.: An excellent one-on-one defender, the center back could challenge, strip the ball and maneuver through tight spaces to find an open teammate. Her vision and ball control were major assets in transition. Murray also scored two goals.
Sarah Oglesby, St. Paul's, Jr.: At center midfield, Oglesby contributed nine goals and six assists, but her greatest asset was in making the midfield interception and distributing the ball to teammates up front. With her stick skills, ball control and speed, she played a key role on defensive corners.
Lydia Ries, Friends, Sr.: The catalyst of the No. 12 Quakers' offense, Ries used her speed and stick skills to set up the scoring opportunities. She could move the ball easily down the right side and cross the ball to her teammates on the left. Ries finished with four goals and two assists.
Nikki Satyshur, St. Paul's, Sr.: The hub of a defense that allowed only five goals all season, Satyshur stopped anything that came her way. The sweeper held the defense together with her leadership as well as her stick skills and game instincts. She also had three goals -- all on corner hits.
Emily Santos, Friends, Sr.: Despite her strong defensive skills, Santos emerged as an offensive-minded center link. She ended up with only two assists but played the pivotal role of setting the offense moving with her midfield interceptions. Santos also proved a solid marker.
Kristin Ward, McDonogh, Sr.: One of the most improved players in the AIS, Ward was the cornerstone of the Eagles defense at center back. She excelled at defensive tackles and stops. Ward's quickness in close helped her come up with the ball almost every time one-on-one to set the transition in motion.
Jacque Weitzel, Garrison Forest, Sr.: With her quickness and athletic ability, Weitzel stopped 95 percent of the shots fired at the Grizzlies goal. She allowed only three goals and notched 10 shutouts. In two years, Weitzel has recorded 21 shutouts in 27 games and has never allowed more than one goal in a game.
AIS A Division Homer League
Attack: Lizzy Bennett, Roland Park, Sr.; Hedy Born, Roland Park, Sr.; Sara Herman, McDonogh, So.; Kate Kaiser, NDP, So.; Sarah Oglesby, St. Paul's, Jr.; Lydia Ries, Friends, Sr. Defense: Kate Daniecki, NDP, Sr.; Krissa McBride, St. Paul's, Sr.; Jen Murray, Roland Park, Sr.; Emily Santos, Friends, Sr.; Nikki Satyshur, St. Paul's, Sr.; Simone Stalling, Friends, Sr.; Kristin Ward, McDonogh, Sr.. Goalie: Gretchen Goldberg, St. Paul's, Sr.
AIS A Division Applebee League
Attack: Courtney Austin, Garrison Forest, Sr.; Meghan Bauer, Severn, Sr.; Jenny Gray, Maryvale, Jr.; Kyra Hammond, Maryvale, Sr.; Emily Hickman, Bryn Mawr, Sr.; Lauren Klein, Garrison Forest, Sr.; Katie MacColl, Bryn Mawr, Jr. Defense: Erin Brooks, Maryvale, Sr.; Jen Coughlin, Bryn Mawr, Jr.; Amy Galebach, Severn, Jr.; Gailor Large, Bryn Mawr, Jr.; Anya Salkowski-Bartlett, Park, Jr.; Maggie Shoemaker, Garrison Forest, Sr.. Goalie: Rebecca Shapiro, Park, So.
AIS B Division All-Stars
Attack: Carrie Everett, Glenelg Country, Sr.; Jane Merryman, John Carroll, Jr.; Elizabeth Richie, Oldfields, Jr.; Jessica Schneider, Lutheran, Sr.; Becky Sokol, Seton Keough, Jr.; Lindsay Tognocchi, John Carroll, Jr. Defense: Jessica Brendel, Glenelg Country, Sr.; Leah Cato, St. Timothy's, Sr.; Sara Cole, Lutheran, Sr.; Kim Delich, John Carroll, Sr.; Annie Finney, Oldfields, Jr.; Mollie McDonnell, Seton Keough, Sr. Goalie: Dealey Campbell, Oldfields, So, G
All-Baltimore County Heron Division
Attack: Mary Enoch, Dulaney, Sr.; Kelly Kehne, Parkville, Jr.; Jen Krantz, Hereford, Sr.; Tammi Norris, Franklin, Sr.; Amy Stambaugh, Towson, Sr.; Amy Stringer, Towson, So. Midfield: Brianna Bavis, Perry Hall, Sr.; Kara Kreafle, Loch Raven, Sr.; Karen Libby, Dulaney, Sr. Goalies: Lori Baden, Pikesville, Jr.; Amy Whitcomb, Franklin, Sr.
All-Baltimore County Mallard Division
Attack: Amanda Barnes, Patapsco, Jr.; Dawn Schwartz, Lansdowne, Sr.; Jennifer Windsor, Overlea, Jr.; Annie Yager, Catonsville, Jr. Midfield: Sherrie Nelson, Patapsco, Jr.; Lauren Nopulus, Catonsville, Jr. Defense: Christine Catterton, Lansdowne, Sr.; Chris Cush, Catonsville, Jr.; Tersheia Sheely, Woodlawn, Sr.; Jennifer Stahl, Dundalk, Sr. Goalie: Shelly Katzef, Owings Mills, Sr.
Picking the teams
The Baltimore Sun 1995 All City/County field hockey and volleyball teams were selected by Katherine Dunn through game observations and after consulting with area coaches. The all-league teams were selected by the league coaches.