BASEBALL Kevin Alas (Mineola, N.Y./Chaminade High School) Played for the Long Island Titans summer and fall select team during each of the past three years … Participated in the 2007 Perfect Game Northeast Top Prospects Showcase in Wareham, Mass., and has been a three-year starter as a middle infielder at CHS … National Merit Scholarship Commended Student and a National Hispanic Merit Scholarship Scholar Finalist … His brother, Brian, is a junior right-handed pitcher at the University of Richmond. Logan Billbrough (Miami, Fla./Miami Palmetto Senior High School) A two-time team captain at Miami Palmetto Senior High School, sporting a 20-8 career record … In addition to being selected to the Miami Herald All-Dade County First Team in 2006, was also named to the Florida Sports Writers 6A All-State Third Team as a junior … The previous season, garnered Miami Herald All-Dade County honorable mention distinction … Twice selected as the recipient of the Miami Palmetto H.S. Cy Young Top Pitcher Award, he added a no-hitter to his impressive resume this season versus South Dade High School. Reid Killen (Virginia Beach, Va./Cox High School) An Honorable Mention All-Beach District selection last season and earned his team’s most valuable player distinction … In 2006, was selected to the Commonwealth Games East Team, which won the Gold Medal … A member of the Tidewater Drillers AAU program, was also part of the 2006 Tidewater Orioles Fall Showcase Team … In addition to excelling on the field, is a member of the National Honor Society and the Latin Honor Society. Jeremy Neustifter (Arvada, Colo./McCook Community College) Comes to the Tribe from McCook Community College in McCook, Neb. … As a freshman, posted a 2.56 ERA and was the winning pitcher against nationally-ranked Lamar CC … A standout at Jefferson Academy in Broomfield, Colo., earning all-district accolades four times … In addition to performing well on the field, also excelled in the classroom and ranked among the top five percent of his class at McCook. Tim Norton (Montvale, N.J./St. Joseph’s High School) Ranked among the Top 100 prospects in the Northeast by Perfect Game, and has been a member of the New Jersey Twins Select Showcase Team for the past three years … Among his accomplishments was an impressive performance at the 2006 Perfect Game World Wood Bat Championships in Jupiter, Fla., where he threw five no-hit innings … A member of the Latin Honor Society. Derrick Osteen (Lebanon, Pa./Cedar Crest High School) Selected as a First-Team District III, Section I honoree at shortstop, while also garnering First-Team AllLebanon County accolades … A member of the Mid-Penn Aces Showcase Team, was also tabbed to the American Legion All-East Game … His father, Gavin, pitched professionally for 13 years with the A’s, Orioles, Pirates, Dodgers and Angels organizations and his Grandfather, Claude Osteen, had an impressive 18year major league career in which he was a three-time All-Star selection (1967, 1970, 1973) and won 196 games … Claude also pitched in the 1965 and 1966 World Series for the Dodgers. MEN’S BASKETBALL Marcus Kitts (Holly Springs, N.C./Middle Creek) During his senior campaign, led Middle Creek to its first Tri-Eight Conference championship and the school’s first-ever 4-A state playoff appearance and victory … A three-time all-conference player … Selected as a North Carolina All-Star for the 10th Annual Carolinas All-State Classic and led his team in rebounding with 10 … A McDonald’s All-American nominee … Chose the Tribe after receiving interest from UNC Wilmington, Iowa, West Virginia, Davidson and Tennessee. Valeriu ‘Vali’ Lazarescu (Brossard, Quebec/Champlain St. Lambert) An athletic player, who is a flat-out scorer … Played for head coach John Dangelas, regarded as one of the top coaches in Canada, at the College of Champlain St. Lambert in Montreal, Quebec, which is known for producing Division I talent … Considered one of the top five players in Canada during his senior season … Earned MVP honors at the Hagen Tournament … An excellent leaper and has won numerous dunk contest throughout his career, including the Q-Ball All-Star Classic dunk contest. Sean McCurdy (Jersey City, N.J./St. Anthony/Arkansas) Played first two seasons at the University of Arkansas before transferring to W&M … Played in 61 games for the Razorbacks, including six starts … Prepped at nationally-renowned St. Anthony (Jersey City, N.J.) High School and led them to the No. 1 ranking nationally before an injury sidelined him for his senior season … Prior to his injury, was rated as the No. 128 player nationally and the 22nd-best point guard by national recruiting website, Rivals.com … His father, Bob, played at Richmond, earning All-America honors and leading the national in scoring in 1975. Nils-Paul Skåra (Kolsås, Norway/The Norwegian College of Elite Sport) A three-year co-captain at the Norwegian College of Elite Sport … A member of the Norwegian National Junior Men’s Championship team and was selected as the league’s MVP … Won the Norwegian 2nd division men's league and the U20 championship with Club 3B … A member of the Norwegian Senior National Team and has played on numerous youth national teams. John Sexton (Myrtle, Miss./West Union) Considered one of the top guards in the state of Mississippi and is known for his prolific scoring … Scored 2,969 career points at both West Union and Munford in Memphis, Tenn. … Earned second-team all-state honors as a senior and was the North Mississippi Player of the Year … Averaged 31.3 points, 11 rebounds and 10 assists per game as a senior. WOMEN’S BASKETBALL Katherine DeHenzel (Bowie, Md./St. John’s College High School) A four-year letterwinner, finished her career with 1,076 points and helped her team compile a 95-34 record … As a senior, was selected to the WCAC All-Conference First Team after averaging 10.5 ppg, 4.7 apg and 3.3 spg … Additionally, was named to the District of Columbia All-Extra First Team, while garnering Washington Post All-Met Honorable Mention distinction … Earned a spot on the Real Basketball Report Senior All-Star Team. Aleia Gland (Toronto, Ontario, Canada/David and Mary Thomson Collegiate High School) A four-year starter, averaged 21 points per game and was ranked in the “Toronto Top 5” … Served as a captain and was a three-time team MVP … As a senior, led her team to a 23-10 record and was named a Toronto Star All-Star … Holds the single-game school record for points with 35. Katy Oblinger (Altoona, Pa./Altoona Area High School) A three-year letterwinner at a perennial powerhouse in Pennsylvania’s largest division (AAAA) … Regarded as one of the top guard prospects in the state … In 2003-04, Altoona advanced to the western finals of the Pennsylvania state championships, the “Final Four” of the PIAA … The following season, the Lady Lions advanced to the quarterfinals of the state tournament … In addition to the success at the state level, led Altoona to back-to-back PIAA District 6 championships in 2003-04 and 2004-05. During those seasons, AAHS also claimed consecutive Mountain Athletic Conference (MAC) titles while compiling a 52-8 record. FIELD HOCKEY Jenna Cinalli (Fredericksburg, Va./Chancellor) A National Field Hockey Coaches Association (NFHCA) All-Region team selection … A first-team all-state, all-region and all-district choice in 2006 … Named the Virginia Group A/AA Player of the Year in 2005 ... Participated in USA Field Hockey Junior AAU Olympic Games in 2005 … A VHSL Female Athlete Achievement Award winner and the VHSL Region 1 Athlete of the Year … Led high school team in scoring as a senior with 30 goals and 28 assists. Erica Eng (Morristown, N.J./Madison) Named the County Player of the Year in 2006 … A third-team all-state choice in 2006 … Earned first-team All-North Jersey, all-conference and all-county as a senior … Honored as the MVP for Madison High School … During her four year career, Madison went 87-7 … Participated in USA Field Hockey Junior AAU Olympic Games in 2005. Jennifer Harr (Virginia Beach, Va./Cox) Named to the Beach District honorable mention team … A high school teammate of fellow incoming freshman Danielle Scissom … Played at Cox High School, which claimed the Beach District, Regional and VHSL State Championships in 2006 … Named to the NFHCA All-Academic Squad. Camilla Hill (Williamsburg, Va./Jamestown) First-team all-state selection as a senior in 2006 … Named first-team all-district and all-region as well … A member of the National Honor Society and National French Honor Society … Selected to the NFHCA AllAcademic Squad. Michelle Krewinghaus (Yorktown, Va./Tabb) Named the Daily Press and Bay Rivers District Players of the Year … A first-team all-state honoree … Received first-team nods on the all-region and all-district teams … A Daily Press All-Star First Team selection ... Averaged 2.15 points per game as a senior, finishing with 43 points on 16 goals and 11 assists … Competed in the National Futures Tournament in 2007. Elizabeth Loudy (Midlothian, Va./James River) Named VHSL Honorable Mention All-State … Selected to the Richmond-Times Dispatch All-Metro SecondTeam … Team captain of James River High School in 2006 … A first-team all-district and all-region choice as well as an academic all-region and all-district selection. Kelsey Nawalinski (Downington, Pa./Villa Maria Academy) Garnered first-team all-state honors a senior … Named first-team all-area and All-Main Line … A 2006 US Lacrosse Women's Division High School Academic All-America choice … A four-year starter in lacrosse at Villa Maria Academy … Selected to the PASLA National Tournament Team. Mikala Savaides (Burke, Va./Lake Braddock) Named the AAA Patriot District Player of the Year … A second-team all-state honoree … Garnered first-team all-district and all-region honors … Picked to the all-district tournament team as well in 2006 … Honorable mention Washington Post All-Metro. Danielle Scissom (Virginia Beach, Va./Cox) A two-time first-team all-state choice … A First-Team All-Beach District selection … A high school teammate of fellow incoming freshman Jennifer Harr … Cox High School team won the Beach District, Regional and the VHSL State Championship … Named to the Beach District Tournament Team … A First-Team All-Tidewater and all-region honoree … Named a NFHCA All-Academic Squad member. Rebecca Wagner (Virginia Beach, Va./Princess Anne) A First-Team All-Beach District choice at midfield … Named MVP of her high school team in 2006 … Second-Team All-Eastern Region selection … Named to the All-Tidewater Second Team … Named the Princess Anne Student Activities Award Female Athlete of the Fall in 2006. FOOTBALL Dustin Degnan (Earlysville, Va./Albemarle High School) Dan Donker (Voorhees, N.J./Eastern High School) Named First-Team All-South Jersey by Philadelphia Inquirer as a senior … Anchored an offensive line that helped Eastern post a 6-4 record and win a share of the Burlco/Olympic American title in the fall … One of the region’s strongest players with a 360-pound bench press. Eugene Downey (Lancaster, Pa./Lancaster Catholic) Zachary Hally (Herndon, Va./Chantilly High School) Mitchell Hidalgo-Nice (Baltimore, Md./Banks High School) Marcus Hyde (Manassas, Va./Osbourn Senior High School) Named the AAA State Defensive Player of the Year by the Virginia High School League Coaches Association as a senior after leading Osbourn to a perfect 14-0 record and the AAA State Championship … First-team allstate and a Second-Team All-Met pick by the Washington Post … Northwest Region Defensive Player of the Year … Recorded three quarterback sacks and forced two fumbles that led to touchdowns in the state championship game. Cory Jessee (Warm Springs, Va./Bath County High School) Robert Livingston (Hendersonville, N.C./The Hun School/Western Michigan) Reserve defensive back in 2006 after red shirting in 2005 at Western Michigan, prior to transferring to W&M … Played one prep season at The Hun School in 2004 and compiled 62 tackles and six interceptions … Eleven teammates from prep squad became Division I-A scholarship players … Prior to prep school, lettered four years and was a three-year starter at quarterback and defensive back at Henderson High School … Registered 106 tackles and five interceptions as a senior in 2003 … Passed for school-record 1,860 yards and 18 touchdowns as a senior ... Earned 11 varsity letters (basketball, track) and was twice named school’s most valuable athlete … Helped track team to Single A state championship. Daniel Mangas (Chatilly, Va./Paul VI Catholic High School) Jake Marcey (Gainesville, Va./Woodberry Forest School) Named First-Team All-State (VISFA) as a senior … Two-time First-Team All-Prep League selection and an All-Central Virginia selection by the Daily Progress … One of the state’s top independent school wrestlers as the defending VISFA heavyweight state champion and 2006 Beast of the East champion. James Neal (Baltimore, Md./Salisbury School (Mass.)) Helped lead Salisbury to a perfect 9-0 season and the Class A New England Championship … Led the team with 37 receptions for 553 yards and seven touchdowns … Totaled 44 points in nine games … Also rushed for 54 yards on nine attempts … Recorded 26 total tackles and a team-best seven passes defended, including two interceptions … Averaged 17.3 yards on 12 punt yards … Received the Patrick Stern Football Award. John O’Connor (Richmond, Va./Freeman High School) James Pagliaro (Schnecksville, Pa./Parkland High School) Two-year letter winner and team captain as a senior … Earned first-team all-conference honors at defensive end … Selected to play in the Pennsylvania East-West All-Star Game … Tallied seven sacks, an interception and scored two defensive touchdowns in 2006. Bret Ploucha (Gray, Tenn./Daniel Boone High School) Four-year letter winning punter, wide receiver and kicker … Named First-Team All-Northeast Tennessee punter in 2006 … Also earned Second-Team All-Five Rivers Conference honors after leading the league in punting, averaging 40 yards per attempt … Led conference and earned second-team honors after leading league with four touchdown receptions as a junior. Ravi Pradhanang (Paramus, N.J./St. Peter’s Prep) Helped lead St. Peter's to an 11-1 record and its seventh consecutive Hudson County Interscholastic Athletic Association Championship … St. Peter’s extended its winning streak over Hudson County opponents to 60 with a perfect 8-0 conference record … Named to the Jersey Journal All-County First-Team … Recorded 72 total tackles with 7.5 quarterback sacks in 2006 … Added five quarterback hurries and recovered two fumbles … Caught five passes for 44 yards and a touchdown. Andrew Rampp (North Potomac, Md./Wootton High School) Terrence Riggins (Newport News, Va./Denbigh High School) Four-year letterwinner and a four-year starter at running back and linebacker … Named Second-Team AllPeninsula District on offense as a senior … Earned team’s offensive MVP award as a senior and defensive MVP award as a junior … Rushed for 825 yards and seven touchdowns in 2006. Harold Robertson (Richmond, Va./Hermitage High School) Three-year starter at offensive guard and defensive tackle … First-Team All-Colonial District pick at guard in 2006 … Recorded 108 total tackles as a senior, the second-most in school history, to earn Second-Team AllCentral Region honors … Earned Second-Team All-Colonial District honors on both offense and defense as a junior in 2005 … Also a three-time all-district academic team selection. Daniel Ryan (Richmond, Va./Douglas Freeman High School) Two-year letter winner and two-year starter on the offensive line … Honorable mention All-Metro selection at offensive tackle by Richmond Times-Dispatch in 2006 … Earned Second-Team All-Colonial District honors at tackle as a senior. Terrance Schmand (Buffalo, N.Y./St. Joseph’s Collegiate Institute) Named All-Western New York and a Fourth-Team All-State (AA) selection at quarterback by the New York State Sportswriters Association … Led St. Joseph’s to second-straight Monsignor Martin League title after passing for a school-record 2,212 yards and 30 touchdowns … Completed 160-of-271 passing attempts in 10 games, which included four 300-yard games and two games with six touchdown tosses … Passed for 330 yards and four touchdowns in league championship victory and earned the game’s offensive MVP award. Mike Schrift (Reading, Pa./Muhlenberg High School) Three-year starter at right offensive guard … Anchored an offensive line that helped Muhlenberg average over 300 yards of total offense per game, including 187 yards rushing per game and a 1,600-yard rusher … Helped lead team to three-straight district playoff berths, including an appearance in the 2005 state semifinals. Michael Stover (Millersville, Pa./Penn Manor) Christopher Sutton (Warrenton, Va./Faquier High School) Jake Trantin (Severn, Md./Archbishop Spalding) Led team to an undefeated 11-0 season and No. 4 ranking in the state of Maryland as a senior … Named First- Team All-Met linebacker by the Washington Post and First-Team All-Met tailback by the Baltimore Sun … Earned county defensive player of the year honors by the Post and offensive player of the year honors by the Sun … Named best player in the county by Anne Arundel coaches and a consensus all-state pick at linebacker … Recorded 117 total tackles with three forced fumbles, three fumble recoveries, including one returned 68 yards for a touchdown … Rushed for 1,096 yards and 11 touchdowns on 118 attempts. Terrell Wells (Louisa, Va./Louisa County High School) Earned first-team all-state and all-region honors after leading Louisa to a 13-1 record, its first Region II Championship and first appearance in the AA state title game … Named all-area cornerback by Fredericksburg Free-Lance Star … Tallied 38 total tackles with six interceptions and 11 pass break-ups … Rushed for 549 yards and nine touchdowns and hauled in 12 catches for 254 yards and another score. Ryan Woolfolk (Atlanta, Ga./Holy Innocents) Two-year team captain … Voted team’s most outstanding running back … Named to the North Fulton Prep Club offensive team of the year … All-Northside selection at running back by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution … Holds the school records in the 100 and 200-yard dashes and ran on the 4x100-yard relay team. MEN’S GOLF Brandon Parker (Auburn, Mass./St. John’s High School) Scott Saal (Virginia Beach, Va./Cape Henry Collegiate) WOMEN’S GOLF Aviva Hockfield (Gladwyne, Pa./Harrinton High School) Kaitlyn Murphy (Chesapeake, Va./Nansemond Suffolk Academy) Kimberly Smith (Atlanta, Ga./The Westminster School) Sarah Whitney (Hingham, Mass./Hingham High School) MEN’S GYMNASTICS Alex C. Egerter (Sacramento, Calif./Sacramento Country Day School/ Technique Gymnastics) Finished 38th in the all around at the 2007 USA Gymnastics National Championships for 16-18 year olds … Recorded a 21st-place showing on rings at same event … Won ring event at USA Gymnastics Region 1 Championships. Matthew A. Holmes (Campbell, Calif./The Harker School/California Sports Center) Placed 120th at nationals in the all around … Recorded a 21st place showing at Region 1 championships on high bar. Andy J. Hunter (Tallahassee, Fla./Alfred B Maclay Junior Day School/Gym Force) Placed 60th-overall in the all around at nationals … Recorded a 40th-place showing on rings … Turned in a sixth-place showing in Region 8 on parallel bars. Matt Olesiak (Califon, N.J./Voorhees Regional HS/Surgent’s Elite Gymnastics) Finished 106th in the all around at nationals … Turned in a 50th-place showing on parallel bars ... Placed fifth in Region 7 on parallel bars. Max T. Sabert (Lebanon, Ohio/St. Xavier HS/Queen City Gymnastics) Had a 13th-place performance on rings in Region 5 … Unable to compete at Nationals due to injured shoulder. Kyle D. Sneeden (Roselle Park, N.J./New Providence HS/Surgent’s Elite Gymnastics) Placed 84th at nationals in the all around .. Best individual event performance at event was 38th-place finish on parallel bars … Finished ninth in Region 7 on parallel bars. Chris J. Valeska (Wexford, Pa./Pine-Richland HS/Pittsburgh Northstars) Placed 127th in the all around at nationals … Finished 54th on parallel bars at same meet ... Had a 14th-place showing in Region 7 on parallel bars. WOMEN’S GYMNASTICS Karla Bercaw (Montgomery Village, Md./ Gaithersburg High School) A Level 10 gymnast from Hill’s Club … Was a JO National Qualifer in 2006 after placing second in the allaround at Regionals. Melissa Cream (West Windsor, N.J./ West Windsor-Plainsboro) A Level 10 gymnast from Arena Club … Palced fourth in the individual all-around at the New Jersey State Championship and was a JO National Qualifier in 2006. Danielle DeBacker (Stafford, Texas/Dulles High School) A level 10 gymnast from the Star’s Club in Houston, Texas. Dina McNaughton (Stoneham, Mass./ Arlington Catholic High School) A level 10 gymnast from the Yellow Jacket Gymnatics Club. Taryn Saunders (Herndon, Va./Chantilly High School) A Washington Post All-Met selection … A two-time individual all-around competitor at the AAA Virginia State Championship. LACROSSE Meaghan Anderson (Richmond, Va./St. Catherine’s) A four-year letterwinner and a two-time all-conference (LIS) performer at St. Catherine’s … Earned all-state honors as a junior in 2006, the team’s MVP award and was a high school All-American … Entering her senior season, had scored 181 goals with 54 assists … Also an all-conference performer in both field hockey and basketball … Inducted into the Cum Laude Society at St. Catherine’s as a junior. Kari Fasick (Marriottsville, Md./Liberty/Ohio University) A junior transfer from Ohio University and will have two years of eligibility remaining at W&M … Started 16 games at Ohio as a sophomore in 2006 as the team captain, recording 23 ground balls, seven goals and four assists … Named to the American Lacrosse Conference Academic Honor Roll for the 2005-06 academic year … Played in 14 games as a freshman in 2004, totaling 11 points on nine goals and two assists. Kaitlyn Gambrell (Forest Hill, Md./John Caroll) A two-year letterwinner and all-county midfielder/defender for John Carroll … Has also been a member of the Skywalker’s Lacrosse Club since 2004 … In soccer, was a three-time all-county selection and was an all-metro pick as a senior. Emily Geary (Wayne, Pa./Radnor) A three-year letterwinning goalkeeper, serving as Radnor’s team captain as a senior … Led Radnor to the state championship game in 2005 and state semifinal appearances in 2004 and 2006 … A member of the 2007 U.S. Women’s Under-19 Training Team … A high school academic All-American in 2006. Grace Golden (Manhasset, N.Y./Sacred Heart Academy) A three-time all-league performer who averages four goals and two assists per game for Sacred Heart Academy … Team captain as a senior … Named the defensive player of the year as a sophomore and received the coaches award as a junior … Also plays for Liberty Lacrosse Club under former W&M lax great Danielle Gallagher (’89) … Earned two all-league awards in soccer after leading Sacred Heart to state championships in 2004 and 2006. Ashley Holofcener (Reisterstown, Md./St. Paul’s School for Girls) A four-year varsity performer who has helped lead St. Paul’s to IAAM league championships in 2004 and 2006 and a conference championship in 2005 … Named to the 2006 Mid-Atlantic Team at the national tournament … Earned school’s Physical Education Award, given to a student-athlete who has contributed greatly to the athletic endeavors of the school … Also a three-time all-county performer and two-year team captain in field hockey. Sarah Jonson (Dallas, Texas/The Hockaday School) A four-year letterwinner, a three-time all-conference and all-zone selection for the Hockaday School … Earned all-state honors and was the district MVP as a senior after being named team MVP as a junior … As a freshman, was named the All-Area Newcomer of the Year by the Dallas Morning News and a honorable mention all-state selection … Also a four-year letterwinner in basketball and three-year letterwinner in field hockey. Emma Starnes (Richmond, Va./St. Catherine’s) A four-year letterwinner and All-LIS performer for St. Catherine’s … Served as team captain … Earned 12 total varsity letters in four different sports, including basketball where she led her squad as a senior in rebounds, steals, minutes and was second in scoring. Molly Wannen (Silver Spring, Md./James H. Blake) A career 100-goal scorer who will also graduate as James Blake High’s all-time leader in ground balls and caused turnovers … Earned four letters and is a two-time team captain … Named Second-Team All-Gazette after leading team to 2006 state semifinal appearance … Named her school’s athlete of the year in 2007 … Also Blake High’s all-time leading scorer in basketball and All-Met honorable mention pick by the Washington Post … Earned First-Team All-Examiner and All-Gazette in field hockey. MEN’S SOCCER Derek Buckley (Wilmington, Del./Tatnall) Named a first-team all-state selection in 2004, 2005 and 2006 … A five-year starter (from eighth grade on) at Tatnall … Team captain in 2005 and 2006 … Named first-team all-conference in 2003, 2004, 2005 and 2006 … Selected as the MVP of the Delaware State Senior All-Star Game in 2006 … Honored as Tatnall Team MVP each of his final three seasons … Recipient of the Leather Ball Award in 2002 … Helped Tatnall to the state championship in 2003 … Finished his high school career with 35 goals and 37 assists, starting every game for Tatnall … A Delaware ODP player in 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 and 2005 … Was the captain of his ODP team in 2001 and 2002. Peter Christmas (Chapel Hill, N.C./East Chapel Hill) Named the Pac-6 Conference Player of the Year as a senior … A first-team all-state and all-region selection in 2007 … Named all-conference as a junior and senior after earning honorable mention honors as a sophomore … Team MVP and co-captain in 2006 and 2007 … Participated in the North Carolina State Games each of the last two years … Selected to the USL Super Y ODP National Camp in 2007 … Finished his senior season with 10 goals and eight assists … Played club soccer for Triangle FC. Michael DiNuzzo (Woodbridge, Va./Osbourn Park) Named Washington Post Player of the Year as a senior … Anchored a defense that allowed just 12 goals and posted 12 shutouts in 2007 … Captained his team to a state runner up finished in 2007, finishing the year with a 21-1-2 record … His Osbourn Park team was ranked as high as No. 2 nationally by StudentSports … Osbourn Park went 68-8-8 during his four seasons as a starter … Earned all-state, all-region and all-district honors as a junior and a senior. Stephen Laws (Richmond, Va./Maggie Walker Governor’s School) Selected First-Team All-Colonial District and All-Academic in 2006 and 2007 … An All-Academic region choice as a senior … Named central district ODP each of the last two years … Selected to the Super Y ODP National Camp in 2007 … An All-Colonial District selection in cross country in 2005 and 2006 … Attended the state championships in cross country in 2003 and 2006, and in swimming in 2007. Nicholas Orozco (Moseley, Va./James River) Attended the prestigious adidas Elite Soccer Program camp in 2006 … Named to the Top 120 players in the United States by Soccer America … Selected as a top U.S. Soccer recruit by TopDrawerSoccer.com … An Olympic Develop Program (ODP) Virginia State team member from 2001-06 … An ODP Region I player from 2003-07 … A member of the U-15 United States National Team pool … A two-time nominee to the Super-Y National Pool Camp … Named First-Team All-Dominion District and All-Academic honors in 2005, 2006 and 2007. Colin Smolinsky (Fredericksburg, Va./Stafford) Garnered First-Team All-Commonwealth District honors … A Second-Team All-Northwest region choice as a senior … Finished his senior campaign with six shutouts, 166 saves and a save percentage of 85 percent … Earned honorable mention all-area honors in 2006 … Had a save percentage of 81 percent during his junior season and stopped four of five penalty shots he faced. Ryan Snyder (Annadale, Va./W.T. Woodson/Mary Washington) Transferred to W&M after spending his first season at Mary Washington … Despite missing four games with injury ranked second on the team with 27 points on 11 goals and five assists … Started 15 games for Mary Washington at the forward position and earned second-team all-conference honors as a rookie. Ian Stowe (Midlothian, Va./Clover Hill) Named the Dominion District and the Central Virginia Region Player of the Year as a senior … Finished the year with 10 goals and 12 assists … A first-team all-district, all-region and all-state honoree in 2006 and 2007 … Selected to the Super Y ODP National Camp in 2007. WOMEN’S SOCCER Danielle Axenfeld (Lorton, Va./Bishop Ireton High School) A graduate of the same high school as current Tribe member Krissy Vornadore, Axenfeld was a WCAC second-team selection as a freshman, sophomore and senior … Led her team to a WCAC runner-up finish in 2005, while reaching the semifinals in 2003 and 2004 … A strong midfield player who is extremely good in the air and capable of scoring goals … In addition to serving as a team captain during her senior season, was also a member of the National Honor Society. Grace Barnard (Cortland, N.Y./Christian Brothers Academy) One of the top prep goalkeepers in the country … Captained the Region I ODP team in 2005 and was selected as a High School All-American by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) … Honored as an all-state player in New York on two occasions … Led her team to the New York State Final Four in 2004 and the quarterfinals in 2005, while earning sectional championships multiple times. Mary Carter Jacocks (Fairfax Station, Va./Lake Braddock High School) A strong, versatile player with tremendous athleticism and ball skills … Led her team to a state championship as a senior … Earned Washington Post All-Met accolades in 2005, while also garnering All-Patriot District distinction … Also excelled in cross country and track … In addition to her accomplishments on the field, served as the class president three times and was a member of the National Honor Society. Anna Kayes (Arlington, Va./Woodlawn High School) A skillful attacking player who can play either side of the field … Twice selected to the all-district second team … Played club soccer with the Braddock Road Fury with incoming freshman O'Connor and for the Braddock Road Attack with Claire Zimmeck, Mary Jo Loos and Krissy Vornadore … Selected to the Washington Post Top Scholars List and was a member of the National Honor Society. Brittany Lane (Houston, Texas/Memorial High School) Comes to W&M from Houston, Texas where she was a member of the Challenge Soccer club team … Served as a captain with the team, which won five state championships … In addition to excelling on the pitch, is also an accomplished student … The valedictorian at Memorial High School and president of the school’s National Honor Society. Kaitlin O’Connor (Chantilly, Va./Chantilly High School) An outstanding central defender, who earned Washington Post All-Met first and second team honors … Captained the squad as a sophomore, junior and senior, while earning team most valuable player distinction as a junior … Won the Sportsmanship Award twice and has two years experience with the Virginia ODP State Team … A member of the National Honor Society and the Spanish Honor Society. Katy Winsper (Virginia Beach, Va./Princess Anne High School) Another player with Virginia State Team experience … A strong central defender, who earned second-team all-state recognition as a sophomore … That season, was also named first-team All-Beach District and firstteam all-region … A second-team All-Beach District honoree as a freshman and junior … A member of the Virginian-Pilot Scholastic Achievement Team twice. MEN’S SWIMMING AND DIVING Austin Baraki (Virginia Beach, Va./Princess Anne High School) James Fenningham (Philadelphia, Pa./St. Joseph's Prep School) Michael Naccarelli (Wallingford, Pa./Strath Haven High School) Michael Newcomb (Williamsburg, Va./Jamestown High School) Andrew Quesenberry (Kingsville, Md./Loyola Blakefield Academy) Geoffrey Ramsdell (Richmond, Va./Maggie Walker's Governor School) Jared Rubin (McLean, Va./Langley High School) WOMEN’S SWIMMING AND DIVING Stevi Anderson (Vineland, N.J./Vineland High School) Sara Burns (Snellville, Ga./Atlanta Girls School) Sara Cannon (Watkinsville, Ga./Oconee County High School) Kristin Fimian (Oakton, Va./Bishop Denis O'Connell High School) Lindsay Guers (Orwigsburg, Pa./Blue Mountain High School/Florida State) Clare Le Guyader (Islip Terrace, N.Y./East Islip High School) Jean Rodini (Midlothian, Va./Midlothian High School) Carolyn Royce (Midlothian, Va./Trinity Episcopal High School) Haley Smith (Ridgefield, Conn./Ridgefield High School) MEN’S TENNIS Sebastien Vidal (Guatemala/ Lycee Jules Verne) Currently ranked No. 204 in the world in the ITF Combined Junior Ranking … Ranked as high as No. 153 in the ITF Combined Junior Rankings … Was the runner up in doubles at the II Copa HSBC El Salvador Junior Open … Originally from Guatemala, but prepped in Key Biscayne, Fla. … Ranked No. 84 nationally, No. 29 in the Southeast region and No. 20 in the state of Florida according to the Tennis Recruiting Network … Ranked as high as No. 68 in the Tennis Recruiting Network Rankings. Ben Wirth (Virginia Beach, Va./Ocean Lakes) Advanced to the Virginia Group AAA semifinals in singles each of his final three seasons … A semifinalist in the Virginia Group AAA doubles tournament as a senior … A three-time Beach District and region singles champion … A career record of 72-1 against regional opponents during his high school tennis career … Currently ranked No. 264 in singles in the USTA Junior U18 Boys National Rankings … Ranked No. 157 nationally, No. 27 in the Middle Atlantic Region and No. 2 in the state of Virginia according to the Tennis Recruiting Network. Ben Gullickson (Spokane, Wash./ Lewis & Clark High School) Named the winner of the USTA Pacific Northwest Scott Eden Sportsmanship Award in 2006 … Advanced to the semifinals of the Club Green Meadows Fall Classic Dual Level 5 Boys … Ranked No. 11 in the Northwest Region and No. 8 in the state of Washington according to the Tennis Recruiting Network Kunal Pawa (Singapore/ The Pendleton School) Ranked as high as No. 886 in the ITF Combined Junior Rankings … Ranked as high as No. 809 in the ITF Junior Singles Rankings. Varun Pandit (Katy, Texas/ James E. Taylor High School) Ranked as high as No. 1460 in the ITF Combined Junior Rankings … was ranked No. 165 nationally, No. 26 in the Gulf States Region and No. 22 in the state of Texas according to the Tennis Recruiting Network. MEN’S TRACK AND FIELD Peter Asaro (Gloucester, Mass./Gloucester High School) David Blitzer (Haworth, N.J./Northern Valley Regional High School) Thomas Burke (Edina, Minn./Edina High School) Keith Constance (Independence, Mo./Truman High School) Florian Cords (Williamsburg, Va./Walsingham Academy) Tyler Cords (Gray, Maine/New Gloucester High School) Zachary Jordan (Dublin, Ohio/Saint Charles Prep High School) Timothy Latham (Lynchburg, Va./E.C. Glass High School) Edward Andrew Mearns (Williamsburg, Va./Jamestown High School) Christopher McIntosh (Owings Mills, Md./ Franklin High School) Paul Norland (Falls Church, Va./Jefferson Sci/Tech High School) Sean Sewell (Raleigh, N.C./Cardinal Gibbons High School) Brian Sklodowski (Newark, Del./The Tatnall School) Carl Stanovsky (Everett, Wash./Evergreen Middle School) Christopher Tyson (Arlington, Va/Washington-Lee High School) WOMEN’S TRACK AND FIELD Katie Brower (Downington, Pa./ Downington West High Schol) Elizabeth Graney (Harper Woods, Mich./Grosse Pointe North) Katherine Guevel (Burlington, Kan./Burlington High School) Sarah Hadiji (Fairfax, Va./ W.T. Woodson High School) Liz Milewski (Radnor, Pa./ Radnor High School) Meredith Tighe (Oak Hill, Va./Oakton High School) VOLLEYBALL Ginny Bray (Cary, N.C./Athens Drive High School) An outstanding middle blocker, who was a four-year letterwinner at Athens Drive High School … Honored as the conference player of the year in 2005-06, she earned team most valuable player accolades twice … Tied the school single-match record for kills with 30, while she garnered Carolina All-Region First-Team distinction with her club team … A terrific student, was an academic all-conference selection four times. Cassie Crumal (Castle Rock, Colo./ Chaparral High School) Earned three letters as a setter at Chaparral High School and garnered all-state honorable mention distinction twice … An all-conference first-team honoree as a senior, while helping her team win districts and finish third at the regional level … As a junior, helped her squad win the district and regional championships while finishing second in the state … An excellent student, earning a spot on the All-State All-Academic Team twice. Erin Skipper (Yorktown, Va./Tabb High School) A three-year letterwinner at Tabb High School, was selected first-team all-state in 2006 … Named the region player of the year as a senior and was twice honored on the all-district first team … A member of the East AllStar Team and garnered recognition as the Daily Press Player of the Year.
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