MVP

Logan Book, Darien

Senior defender had a team-leading 25 forced turnovers, 28 draw controls and 12 ground balls to lead the Blue Wave to the Class L and FCIAC championships … Coaches Association Player of the Year in Connecticut, All-FCIAC first team.

Christine Fiore, Darien

Junior attack scored a team-leading 68 goals for the Blue Wave, who won the Class L and FCIAC championships … Also had 15 assists, 15 draw controls and 18 ground balls … CHSCA All-State Class L first team, All-FCIAC first team.

Emma Jaques, Darien

Junior midfielder had 56 goals and 23 assists to help the Blue Wave win the Class L and FCIAC championships … Also had 34 draw controls and 23 ground balls … All-FCIAC first team.

Ellie Armstrong, Wilton

Senior attack led the Warriors to the Class L championship game and FCIAC quarterfinals … CHSCA All-State Class L first team, All-FCIAC second team.

Caroline Curnal, Ridgefield

Junior attack scored 41 goals and added 24 assists for the Tigers, who reached the FCIAC championship game and Class L first round … Also had 111 draw controls, 28 ground balls and 10 forced turnovers … CHSCA All-State Class L first team, All-FCIAC first team.

Maggie O’Gorman, Greenwich

Junior midfielder had 43 goals, 10 assists, 27 draws and 20 ground balls to help lead the Cardinals to the Class L semifinals and FCIAC quarterfinals … Three-year varsity player … CHSCA All-State Class L first team, All-FCIAC second team … Has committed to Dartmouth.

Romy Villemure, Greenwich

Senior midfielder scored 23 goals and had 11 assists for the Cardinals, who reached the Class L semifinals and FCIAC quarterfinals … Four-year varsity player also had 28 draws and 24 ground balls during senior season … CHSCA All-State Class L first team, All-FCIAC second team … Will attend Marist.

Braeden Dial, New Canaan

Junior attack led the Rams in goals (62) and assists (38) as the team reached the Class L and FCIAC semifinals … CHSCA All-State Class L first team, All-FCIAC first team.

Julia Ozimek, New Canaan

Junior played defense and midfield for the Rams finishing season with 41 draw controls, 33 caused turnovers and 31 ground balls, as the team reached the Class L and FCIAC semifinals … All-FCIAC first team.

Courtney Scheetz, Warde

Senior midfielder scored 53 goals and added 12 assists to lead the Mustangs to the FCIAC quarterfinals and Class L first round … Also had 26 ground balls and 36 draw controls … CHSCA All-Academic team, CHSCA Class L first team, All-FCIAC first team … Will play at Lafayette College.

Taylor Moore, Weston

Senior attack posted career totals of 358 goals and 97 assists for 455 points … Scored 108 goals and added 40 assists during senior season to help the Trojans reach the Class S and SWC championship games … Had 241 draw controls in career, including 116 during senior campaign … Selected to play in a Brine All American tournament for college-bound players …CHSCA All-Academic team, CHSCA Class S first team, All-SWC first team … Will play at Colby.

Julia Sughrue, Newtown

Senior midfielder had 70 goals, 29 assists and 40 caused turnovers for the Nighthawks, who won the SWC championship and reached the Class L quarterfinals … CHSCA All-Academic team, CHSCA All-State Class L first team, All-SWC first team.

Melanie Silverman, Pomperaug

Junior scored 68 goals and 102 assists, including 14 goals and 23 assists in the postseason, to lead the Panthers to the Class M championship game and SWC semifinals … Three-year varsity player has career totals of 190 goals and 221 assists … CHSCA All-State Class M first team, two-time All-SWC first team.

Gabby Beckett, Masuk

Junior midfielder had 57 goals, 14 assists and 22 draw controls for the Panthers, who reached the SWC quarterfinals and Class M first round … CHSCA All-State Class M first team, All-SWC first team.

Alex Futterman, Newtown

Junior attack scored 63 goals and had 29 assists to help lead the Nighthawks to the SWC championship and Class L quarterfinals … Finished season with a 60.0 percent draw control … CHSCA All-State Class L first team, All-SWC first team.

Teja Gallop, Brookfield

Senior goalie made 155 saves with a 56.0 save average and 10 interceptions for the Bobcats, who reached the Class M and SWC quarterfinals … Finished career with 504 saves … Selected to play in the Super Seniors All-Star Game … CHSCA All-State Class M first team, All-SWC first team … Will attend Stony Brook.

Shania Latassa, New Fairfield

Senior played defense and midfield to help the Rebels win the Class S championship and reach the SWC semifinals … Was the team leader in ground balls and made 75.0 percent of her free position shots … CHSCA All-State Class S first team, All-SWC first team.

Rachel Mikolay, New Fairfield

Sophomore goalie made over 100 saves during the regular season with a 75.0 save percentage … Named MVP of the Class S championship game to help the Rebels claim the tournament title … CHSCA All-State Class S first team, SWC All-Patriot Division.

Nikki Zaccaro, Lauralton Hall

Senior set school records for most goals in a season (109), points in a season (154) and draw controls in a season (205) to lead the Crusaders to the SCC semifinals and Class M quarterfinals … Holds school records for career goals (333), career assistas (162), career points (495) and career draw controls (467) … Named team MVP for third straight year … CHSCA All-State Class M first team, All-SCC first team … Will play at California-Berkley.

Lucie Picard, Ridgefield

Senior midfielder had 37 goals and seven assists for the Tigers, who reached the FCIAC championship game and Class L first round … Also had 24 ground balls, 12 forced turnovers and five draws … CHSCA All-State Class L first team, All-FCIAC first team.

COACH OF THE YEAR

Lisa Lindley, Darien

Coached the Blue Wave to the Class L title for the fifth straight year and the FCIAC championship.