Michele Daubman, Plainedge, Sr.

First in Nassau with 35 points (19 goals), Daubman had ten multi-point games including four goals and an assist against Division on Oct. 8.



Alyssa Gutierrez

Sachem East, Sr.

Recorded 12 shutouts, including seven straight to end the regular season, to earn large school goalkeeper of the year and a first-team all-state selection.

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Katie Hyland

Islip, Sr.


Scored 15 of Islip's 24 goals and assisted on five to earn first-team all-state honors and Suffolk Class A player of the year.



EmmaLee Meyer

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Massapequa, Soph.

She made 67 saves and allowed just four goals for the Chiefs. Meyer started each playoff game in net and posted seven solo shutouts.


Jill Mulholland

MacArthur, Jr.

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Second in Nassau with 29 points and second with 23 goals, Mulholland racked up eight multi-point games, leading her team to the Class AA semifinals.




Cari Roccaro

East Islip, Jr.

Seven goals and five assists splitting time as a defender. Selected first-team all-state, All-American and Suffolk Class AA Player of the Year.


Meredith Speck

Sacred Heart, Sr.

Speck scored 10 goals and had nine assists (five multi-point games) on her way to being voted MVP of the CHSAA.



Dariann Sellitti

Sayville, Sr.

First team all-state selection led Suffolk Class A in goals (20) and assists (13), and led Sayville to a county championship.




Barbara Sullivan

Garden City, Sr.

The co-captain had 18 goals and 11 assists. She scored the tying goal in the Class A state championship game, which the Trojans won in overtime.




Emily Ude

North Babylon, Jr.

Led Suffolk Class AA with 13 assists and tied for second with 13 goals, for a county-best 26 points and a spot on the all-state first team.