Coach of the Year

Kim Everist, Campolindo

The Cougars had some major holes to fill in their starting lineup at the start of the year, but Everist guided the team to one of its best seasons in program history. Campolindo's achievements include the Diablo Foothill Athletic League championship, North Coast Section Division II crown and the NorCal Championships title. It finished the year with a 26-1 record and avenged its lone loss -- to St. Francis-Mountain View -- twice.

First team

COURTNEY FAHEY, Monte Vista, So. -- Quick and a strong defender, Fahey was also a top scorer for the Mustangs, who reached the NCS Division I final. She was a first-team All-East Bay Athletic League selection.

ANNIKA JENSEN, Campolindo, Jr. -- Though her specialty is two-meter defense, Jensen also led the Cougars with 75 goals, 35 steals and 20 field blocks. She was the DFAL MVP and led Campolindo to the league title as well as NCS Division II and NorCal tournament championships to earn East Bay Player of the Year honors.

KAT KLASS, San Ramon Valley, So. -- The EBAL MVP was a scoring machine for the NCS Division I champions. She scored an astounding 132 goals despite constant double teams. Klass also added 47 steals and 20 assists, helping the Wolves finish the year 23-3.

ALEX MANULI, Alhambra, Sr. -- Manuli, who has signed with Long Beach State, capped an excellent high school career with a 110-goal senior season. She also earned 48 ejections. Her play led the Bulldogs to the NCS Division I semifinals.


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CASEY POND, San Ramon Valley, Sr. -- The UC Santa Barbara-bound Pond scored 46 goals and had 20 assists, helping the Wolves win their first EBAL title since 2005. She was also a force defensively with 80 steals on the season.

KATIE RAMM, Acalanes, Sr. -- Ramm's play in goal was a big reason the Dons reached the NCS Division II title game. She was named the DFAL's Most Outstanding Goalkeeper as they took second to Campolindo in both league and the NCS Division II tournament.

NATALIE SEIDEMANN, Campolindo, Jr. -- The Cougars' primary center scored 71 goals and made 74 percent of her shots. She also earned a team-high 40 ejections and was a first-team All-DFAL pick.

Second team

Devon Gasparini, San Ramon Valley, Sr.

Morgan Davenport, Las Lomas, Sr.

Laurie Simon, Miramonte, Sr.

Sam Flower, Campolindo, Sr.

Lani Tittle, Northgate, Sr.

Megan Dietrich, Acalanes, Sr.

Mackenzie Milham, Monte Vista, Sr.