Player of the Year

Tess Solazzo

Ocean City, Sr.

The Press Player of the Year for the second straight season. The attacker led Ocean City to a 15-4 record and the Cape-Atlantic League championship. She finished with 319 career goals, becoming just the ninth girl in New Jersey with 300 or more career goals. Solazzo scored 110 goals and had 111 assists this season. She will attend Ohio State University.

Maddie Anagnou

Middle Township, Jr.

Anagnou scored 53 goals for the Panthers this season and has 148 for her career.

Sarah Dalsey

Ocean City, Sr.

Dalsey anchored the Red Raiders defense. She finished with 16 defensive groundballs. She will play at Manhattanville College.

Victoria Deever

Middle Township, Sr.

A four-year varsity starter, the midfielder scored 64 goals this season and finished her career with 140 goals.

Riley Dolan

Mainland Regional, Jr.

The midfielder contributed 85 goals and 32 assists this season. She has 142 career goals.

Corrine Etter

Millville, Jr.

Etter has been one of the Cape-Atlantic League's best players since her freshman season. The attacker scored 77 goals this season and has 214 for her career.

Brianna Gerstel

Mainland Regional, Sr.

The goalie stopped 184 of 354 shots for a .520 save percentage.

Anna Gordon

Mainland Regional, Sr.

The midfielder sparked the Mustangs to a 16-3 record. She scored 94 goals and contributed 47 assists this season. She finished her career with a Mainland record 189 goals. She will attend La Salle University.

Casey Hanna

Ocean City, Sr.

The midfielder contributed 48 goals and 10 assists. She graduates with 131 career goals. Hanna will play field hockey at Monmouth University.

Miranda Lamey

Mainland Regional, Sr.

The defender caused 37 turnovers and had 51 groundballs.

Lindsay Lare

Lower Cape May, Sr.

Lare sparked the Caper Tigers to a school-record 12 wins. She scored 78 goals this season and finished her career with 205. She will play for the University of New Haven, a Division II national power.

Lauren Salemme

Lacey Township, Sr.

Salemme was the most valuable player for a Lions team that finished 13-5. The attacker scored 83 goals this season and finished with 188 for her career.


Second team


Nicole Goodwin, Absegami

Kailey Stangle, Mainland Regional

Victoria Mann,

Lower Cape May Reg.

Megan Hoffman, Millville

Bri Armand,

Ocean City

Caitlyn Covella, OLMA


Nicole Sangillo,

Lower Cape May

Jamie Parent, Millville

Kelly Hannah,

Ocean City


Danielle McCann, Middle Township

Erika Hernandez, Absegami

Courtney Richard, Egg Harbor Twp.

Kiara Brown, Millville

Natalie Landi,

Ocean City


Maura Twiggs,

Ocean City


Michael McGarry