Davies also provided a spark on the attack. In the past, the Bruins had not needed her to contribute on the attacking end, but this year they did and she responded with 37 goals and 10 assists.
Davies will play next season at Denver.
Megan Del Monte
St. Paul's, midfield
No matter what the No. 6 Gators needed, Del Monte could deliver. The senior midfielder had a hand in 47 percent of her team's offense while scarfing up 91 ground balls and causing 24 turnovers.
A repeat All-Metro first-team pick, Del Monte had 39 goals and 42 assists as the Gators won the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A1 Conference regular season. She contributed 4.7 points to her team's 10-goals per game average.
The Baltimore County Player of the Year finished her career with 119 goals and 110 assists.
She will play next year at Duke.
A steady anchor behind the Lions' drive to their first state championship, Gilwee posted a .589 save percentage and allowed just 5.14 goals per game.
The senior had eight saves in the 9-4 victory over Broadneck for the Class 4A-3A crown, including several terrific efforts as the Lions shut out the Bruins through the second half.
Strong in the crease for the past couple years, Gilwee worked on becoming more aggressive and taking her game on the field for more interceptions and ground balls.
The Ohio State- bound Gilwee proved a vocal leader, helping to orchestrate the defense.
Mount Hebron, midfield
While the senior did a bit of everything for the Vikings, she excelled at winning possession.
Her ability to handle the draw proved crucial to beating Moorestown, N.J., as well as to winning the state final over Urbana that gave Lance and her fellow seniors a 74-0 record over their four years.
Lance also scarfed up 51 ground balls and caused a team-leading 25 turnovers.
A defensive-minded midfielder, she helped the Vikings hold opponents to an average of 2.8 goals per game. They did not allow any opponent to score in double digits.
Lance, who also scored 20 goals and had three assists, is headed for Penn.
The key player behind the Eagles' emergence as an area contender, Mallory led her team to the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A2 Conference title.
The sophomore drew a lot of attention from opposing defenses and still managed to score a team-high 61 goals. She dished out 11 assists.
She also led the team in ground balls with 76 and could play solid one-on-one defense.
With skills and field sense beyond her age, Mallory displayed a complete game and made a lot of big plays at critical times. She could force a key turnover, grab a loose ball or provide the game-turning goal.
A multi-talented two-way player, McFadden did all the little things well. She thrived on being a workhorse, attending to the chores that don't draw much attention while still contributing 40 goals and 23 assists.
McFadden proved a strong finisher, but she excelled at feeding her teammates. She led the Blazers in goals while finishing third in points.
The junior showed exceptional speed and stickwork as well as field sense.
She used all three as a transition catalyst, sparking the Blazers with her ability to gain possession. McFadden also could cause lot of trouble on the defensive end.
St. Mary's, midfield
A quintessential midfielder, Noon showed off all her skills in the 7-6 victory over Severn in the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A1 Conference final.
The senior ran down loose balls, controlled draws and made the key interception that led to the game-winning goal. She also contributed a goal and two assists.
That performance nicely sums up Noon's season. She played all but 12 minutes of the No. 2 Saints' 22-game season and was almost always in the action. She had 49 ground balls and 20 caused turnovers.
Noon, who is headed to Georgetown, also contributed 30 goals and 25 assists.
St. Mary's, attack
One individual statistic stands out among all the rest this season - 106 assists. That's how many Perkins dished out in 22 games, averaging 4.8 per game.
The Anne Arundel County Player of the Year could pass on a dime, feeding her teammates in spots where they could easily score. Most of her assists were in close where she could feed a player coming around the crease for a quick hit. Her timing was perfect, as a fraction of a second could make the difference between a goal and a turnover.
Perkins, a junior, had 20 goals for the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A1 champions.
Seton Keough, midfield
The Baltimore City Player of the Year showcased her versatility by leading the Gators in almost every statistical category.
Not only was she their leading scorer (38 goals, 11 assists), but she also led them in ground balls (52) and draw controls (29) and caused a team-best 19 turnovers.