Friday, April 4, 2014
ESPN Boston girls' hockey All-State team
First Line: F – Ali O’Leary, Soph., Reading The second-year varsity player led the Rockets in points and goals with 20 goals and 21 assists.
F – Adrieana Rossini, Jr., Arlington Catholic Rossini led the Cougars to a second straight Garden trip this season after winning the Division 1 state title last year. The Melrose native scored 30 goals while adding 15 assists.
F – Emily LoPrete, Jr., Watertown/Belmont Finished in the top 10 of statewide scoring with 40 goals and 14 assists for 54 points for the Divison 1 quarterfinalists.
D – Tatiana Doucette, Sr., St. Mary’s (Lynn) A two-time ESPN Boston All-State selection, the captain finished third on the Spartans in scoring with four goals and nine assists. The Lynn native will continue her hockey career at the Univeristy of Southern Maine next year.
D – Caroline Seibold, Soph., Reading The second-year blue-liner finished fifth on the Rockets in points, scoring two goals and adding 12 assists.
G – Rachel Myette, Sr., Duxbury This year’s Miss Hockey award recipient finished her career as a four-time state champion, winning three Div. 2 titles before the Dragons’ Div. 1 championship this season. The Quinnipiac commit finished her career with a goals against average of less than 1.00.
Second Line: F – Kelly Browne, 8th, Burlington The first-year played made a splash, finishing in the top 15 of statewide scoring with 28 goals and 21 assists for the Division 2 state quarterfinalists.
F – Emily Lissner, Sr., Woburn The Holy Cross commit led the Tanners in scoring with 39 points, scoring 19 goals with 20 assists.
F – Nicole Woods, Sr., Beverly/Danvers Finished second in the state in scoring to Amanda Conway, tallying 30 goals with 40 assists for 70 points. Woods has signed her National Letter of Intent to Louisville to play field hockey.
D – Annie Messuri, Sr., Acton-Boxborough The captain is a two-time ESPN Boston All-State selection, logging major minutes in all situations. Messuri finished fifth on the Colonials in points, scoring 10 goals and adding 19 assists.
D – Ally Hammel, Sr. Duxbury Another of the Dragons’ senior players to have won a championship in each of her high school campaigns, Hammel scored four goals and added five assists for the Division 1 state champions.
G – Caty Flagg, Soph., Austin Prep Replacing another ESPN Boston All-Stater from last year in Shannon O’Neil, Flagg was a driving force for the Cougars’ run to the Division 1 semifinals. The first-year starter turned in a goals against average of 0.97 (second best in the state) while posting a save percentage of 95.2.
Third Line: F – Maggie Layo, Sr. F, Sandwich A member of the exclusive 200-point club, Layo was again among the state’s leading scorers this season, with 26 goals and 33 assists for the Division 2 semifinalists.
F – Amanda Conway, Jr., Tewksbury/Methuen After a record-setting sophomore season, Conway broke the state’s single-season goal-scoring record with 63. She also led the state in scoring this season with 81 points.
F – Jess Piracini, Jr., Arlington Catholic Finished second in scoring on the Cougars to linemate Adrieana Rossini, scoring 11 goals while adding 18 assists for the repeat Division 1 finalists.
D – Sarah Goss, Jr., Wellesley The captain was a major factor in the Raiders’ run to the Garden and the Division 2 state championship game. Goss finished fifth on the team in points with 13 (6 G, 7 A).
D – Tori Messina, Sr., Hingham The captain finished tied for second on the Harborwomen with 26 points, scoring 12 goals.
G – Courtney Davis, Sr., Woburn A four-year starter and two-time All-State selection, Davis finished fifth in the state with a goals against average of 1.15, while sporting a 93.4 save percentage to go along with nine shutouts.
Honorable Mention: Veronica Alois, Soph. F, Andover
Megan Barrett, Soph. F, Acton-Boxborough
Michaela Boyle, Frosh. F, Austin Prep
Amanda Burns, Soph. G, Billerica
Leah Cardarelli, Jr. F, Acton-Boxborough
Katherine Crane, Jr. G, Arlington Catholic
Courtney Davis, Sr. G, Woburn
Amanda Donahoe, Sr. D, St. Mary’s (Lynn)
Payton Donato, Soph. D, Duxbury
Jane Dudley, Jr., Duxbury
Kim Egizi, Sr. F, Westwood
Kelly Ferreira, Jr., Falmouth
Marissa Fichter, Jr., Duxbury
Claire Gauthier, Sr. F, Sandwich
Samantha Girard, Jr. F, Dedham
Tori Grimmer, Soph. F, Reading
Madison Haberl, Jr. F, Falmouth
Ela Hazar, Sr. F, Westwood
Kaitlin Hoang, Soph. F, Acton-Boxborough
Gretchen Howard, Fr. G, Winthrop/Lynn
Meghan King, Jr. G, Wellesley
Brittani Lanzilli, Sr. F, Medford
Cat Linehan, Sr. F, Hingham
Erica Lissner, Jr. F, Woburn
Katie Lowry, Jr. F, Sandwich
Ashley Moran, Sr. F, Woburn
Haley Payne, Jr. F, Braintree
Lindsey Phelan, Jr. F, Barnstable
Maddy Ricci, Jr. F, Austin Prep
Madison Scavotto, Jr. G, Falmouth
Julianne Sheehan, Jr. F, Chelmsford
Lauren Skinnion, Sr. G, St. Mary’s (Lynn)
Jackie Sindoris, Jr. F, Arlington Catholic
Olivia Sollows, 8th G, Barnstable
Krista Toscano, Sr. F, Burlington
Coach of the Year Friend Weiler, Duxbury – The Dragons’ jump to Division 1 didn’t deter the program from winning a state title in its fourth straight season under Weiler. After a string of three consecutive Division 2 titles, Duxbury claimed its first Div. 1 crown with a win over Arlington Catholic. Weiler was the recipient of the national Coach of the Year Award by USA Today.