MVP

Katie Elders, Darien

Sophomore was the Blue Wave’s leading scorer with 10 goals and nine assists … Helped Class L co-champion Darien reach the FCIAC semifinals … Southern New England All-Region team, All-State first team, All-FCIAC first team … Committed to play lacrosse at Dartmouth.

Ellery Baran, New Canaan

Senior center forward scored 17 goals and added 11 assists for the Rams, who won the Class M championship and reached the FCIAC quarterfinals … Four-year varsity player … All-FCIAC first team.

Lauren Beccaria, Ludlowe

Junior forward had 24 goals and eight assists to lead the Falcons to the FCIAC quarterfinals and Class L first round … Three-year varsity player has career totals of 38 goals and 14 assists … Selected as a State Junior Select All-Star participant and scored both goals in the East’s 2-1 victory … All-State second team, All-FCIAC first team.

Marissa Mastrianni, Norwalk

Senior forward and team captain scored 11 goals and had six assists for the Bears, who reached the FCIAC semifinals and Class L quarterfinals … Selected as FCIAC Player of the Year as a senior … All-State first team, FCIAC Scholar Athlete, two-time All-FCIAC first team.

Samantha Troetti, Norwalk

Senior goalie posted a .753 save percentage with six shutouts to lead the Bears to the FCIAC semifinals and Class L quarterfinals … Team captain was a three-year varsity player … All-State first team, All-FCIAC first team.

Grace Bradley, Norwalk

Senior forward had four goals and 17 assists to help the Bears reach the FCIAC semifinals and Class L quarterfinals … Team captain was a four-year varsity player … All-State first team, All-FCIAC first team.

Meredith Rappaport, Wilton

Senior helped the Warriors claim the FCIAC championship and reach the Class L quarterfinals … All-FCIAC first team.

Bridget Ward, Wilton

Senior led the Warriors to the FCIAC championship and Class L quarterfinals … All-FCIAC first team.

Sarah Adams, Warde

Senior center midfielder led the Mustangs with 13 goals and five assists … Helped Warde reach the Class L first round … Team captain was a four-year varsity player … All-State first team, All-State Scholar Athlete, two-time All-FCIAC first team … Will attend George Washington.

Campbell Matheis, Darien

Senior helped the Blue Wave earn a share of the Class L championship and reach the FCIAC semifinals … All-State second team, All-FCIAC first team … Named to the NFHCA High School National Academic Squad … Will attend Colgate.

Mimi Leonard, Trumbull

Senior scored 17 goals and added 32 assists over the past two seasons for the Eagles, who reached the FCIAC quarterfinals and Class L qualifying round during her senior year … Academic All-State, two-time All-State and All-FCIAC.

Paige Mautner, Greenwich

Senior led the Cardinals to the FCIAC quarterfinals and Class L first round … All-FCIAC first team.

Alasandra Primavera, Danbury

Senior center back and team captain was a three-year starter for the Hatters … Scored six goals and had five assists … All-FCIAC first team.

Colleen Bannon, Staples

Senior led the Wreckers to a share of the Class L title and to the FCIAC championship game … All-State, All-FCIAC first team.

Katie Pieterse, Ridgefield

Junior had eight goals and nine assists to lead the Tigers to the Class L qualifying round … Has three-year totals of 16 goals and 19 assists … All-FCIAC first team.

Paige Sottosanti, Westhill

Senior scored 11 goals, including seven against FCIAC opponents, to lead the Vikings … Four-year varsity starter played forward and center midfielder … Called team’s “most dynamic player” by coach Kevin DeAngelo … All-FCIAC first team … Will play at Lehigh.

Coach of the Year

Kyle Seaburg, Norwalk

Coached the Bears to the FCIAC semifinals and Class L quarterfinals and a 14-4-0-1 record.