FIRST TEAM

ERIN JEFFERY, Carondelet, Jr., attack -- Jeffery had another great year for the Cougars. She scored 107 goals and was named the East Bay Athletic League's Most Valuable Player. She also had 36 assists and led Carondelet to a second straight North Coast Section Division I title.

LAUREN DOUGHERTY, Miramonte, Jr., attack -- Dougherty was the top goal scorer in the East Bay with 113 this season. She also had 16 assists, was first team All-Diablo Foothill Athletic League and led the Matadors to the NCS Division II title game.

CAMBI CUKAR, Amador Valley, So., attack -- The dynamic sophomore scored 59 times, but was equally dangerous setting up her teammates as she finished with 67 assists. She was first team All-EBAL and led the Dons to the NCS Division I title game.

COURTNEY NEFF, Acalanes, Sr., midfield -- Neff, the DFAL's MVP and the Dons' leading scorer, helped Acalanes to a 12-0 record in league play and a No. 5 seed in the NCS Division I playoffs. She is headed to UC Davis.

LAURA KLEIN, Foothill, Jr., midfield -- An All-EBAL first team selection, Klein led the Falcons with 83 goals and was second on the team with 19 assists. She helped the Falcons to a winning record in the East Bay's toughest league.

KERIANNE HUNT, Carondelet, Jr., midfield -- Hunt, another member of a tenacious frontline for the back-to-back champion Cougars, had 53 goals and an equally impressive 53 assists this season. She was named first team All-EBAL.

ASHLYNN GOERZ, Monte Vista, Jr., midfield -- Goerz had 85 goals, 12 assists and won 50 draws for the Mustangs, who advanced to the semifinals of the NCS Division I playoffs and finished with a 14-6 record. She was named second team All-EBAL.

EMMA DUDLEY, Berkeley, Jr., midfield -- Dudley earned first team All-Bay Shore Athletic League honors as she scored 106 goals to lead Berkeley to the league title and an appearance in the NCS Division I playoffs.

JENNIFER PRICE, California, Sr., defense -- Price, a tenacious defender who can also take a ground ball and turn it into

a quick counter for the offense, was named first team All-EBAL. The Grizzlies advanced to the NCS Division I semifinals.

ALYSSA KEINER, Foothill, Jr., defense -- The second team all-EBAL selection was among the league leaders in

ground balls for defenders with 22 this season.

MADISON CASTELEIN, Carondelet, So., defense -- Castelein led a stingy Cougars defense that allowed just over eight goals per game this season. She was first team All-EBAL, had 24 ground balls and 10 interceptions.

KATIE MERRITT, Carondelet, Jr., goalie -- Merritt stopped over half of all the shots fired her way. She finished the season with 141 saves, allowing less than nine goals per game and was named to the EBAL's first team.

SECOND TEAM

Amanda Emery, California, Jr., attack

Shannon Sunnergren, Granada, Sr., attack

Niki Quinn, Acalanes, Jr., attack

Cali Castagnola, Carondelet, Jr, attack

Kendra Cheda, Dublin, Jr., attack

Paige Southmayd, Monte Vista, Sr., midfield

Megan Gandsey, San Ramon Valley, Jr., midfield

Camille Hanna, Granada, Sr., midfield

Mary Doyle, Miramonte, Sr., midfield

Annie Beliveau, Acalanes, Sr., defense

Cierra Kocik, Carondelet, So., defense

Allie DaCar, Amador Valley, So., goalie