GEORGIA HOLLAND, WARD MELVILLE
Long Island Player of the Year
Holland was second in Long Island in with 29 points and second in Suffolk with 11 assists. She led the Island in total points and assists as a junior. She was named a first-team All-American this year and is one of 14 girls on the under-19 U.S. Olympic Development team. The Yale-bound star also led Ward Melville to three straight Long Island titles.
ELENI ANDROMIDAS, GARDEN CITY
Nassau Player of the Year
Andromidas could be called the Garden City Globetrotter. The Boston College-bound All-American zigzagged fields, weaving around defenders with her quickness and flashy dribbling on the way to leading Nassau with 28 points (15 goals). One of her signature moves was a pass to herself between a defender's legs to setup the open shot. A member of two state championship teams, she helped lead Garden City to its 13th Long Island Class B title this season.
AMBER BRUCKNER, PORT JEFFERSON
With her 15 goals (23 points) and strong defense, Bruckner led the Royals to their first-ever state final appearance. An All-State selection and member of four Class C county championship teams, she won the 2008 and 2009 title games with overtime scores.
ABBY BELTRANI, WARD MELVILLE
The All-American tied for fourth in the county with 24 points and emerged as a scorer with 15 goals. She's also a member of the U.S. Olympic Development team. Her sound fundamentals and speed made her a terror in the circle. Beltrani helped lead the Patriots to a third-straight Long Island Class A title.
DEBI-MICHELLE JANTZEN, SHOREHAM-WADING RIVER
Jantzen sparked the Wildcats offense with 12 goals and 12 assists. She's also a strong defensive player, anchoring a unit that allowed just two goals on corners. A two-time All County selection and member of the U.S. Olympic Development team, she helped lead SWR to the Suffolk Class B title.
MARIAH PEWARSKI, GARDEN CITY
Lauded for her smarts and tenacious defense, Pewarski was the Trojans' field general, setting up plays for others in their high-scoring offense. A two-time All-American, she led Long Island with 19 assists and tied for the Nassau lead in points. She'll play field hockey and lacrosse at Harvard.
AMANDA DANZIGER, SMITHTOWN EAST
The diminutive dynamo was disruptive. With tremendous speed and instincts, Danziger constantly forced turnovers and made it difficult for opposing offenses to operate. The Regional All-American who's headed to Quinnipiac also had 16 points to lead the Bulls to the Class A final.
KERRI FRIEL, MASSAPEQUA
With her ability to read the field, Friel frustrated offenses with interceptions and redirected countless passes. An All-County selection, she helped lead Massapequa to a Class A county championship.
COURTNEY BARANEK, WEST BABYLON
Simply put, she was a scoring machine. She led Long Island with 41 points, Wayne Gretzky style. The Amherst-bound star was tops in goals (29) and led Suffolk with 12 assists in propelling West Babylon to the Class A semifinals.
KAITLIN O'CONNOR, MILLER PLACE
MINDY WEISS, FREINDS ACADEMY
Known for her selfless play, Weiss was fourth in Nassau with 21 points (11 assists). Two of those dishes came in the county final as the two-year captain led the Quakers to a fifth-consecutive Class C crown.
ERIN MCMULLAN, SHOREHAM-WADING RIVER
She had 16 shutouts in 20 games as the Wildcats got off to a 19-0 start. An All-County selection, McMullan allowed just three goals against Suffolk competition. Garden City was the only team to score more than once against her.
Savannah Sebesh (Friends Academy)
Maura Boehm (Port Jefferson)
Blair Ingraham (Northport)
Kerry Hosford (Garden City)
Kaitlyn Brosco (Shoreham-Wading River)
Caitlin Samela (Manhasset)
Lauren Brennan (Smithtown East)
Ashley Ainbinder (Baldwin)
Mallory Guerin (Port Jefferson)
Toni Turrisi (East Meadow)
Jamie Ackerman (Smithtown East)
Katherine Grebosz (Seaford
SUFFOLK COACH OF THE YEAR
Debbie Brown, Port Jefferson
NASSAU COACH OF THE YEAR
Diane Chapman, Garden City