YAIAA Division II field hockey
Players of the Year
Lyndsey Duty, Kennard-Dale: A three-year starter, Duty notched a team-high nine goals to go along with four assists this season from the center-mid position for the Division II tri-champs.
"Lyndsey is a leader on and off the field with tremendous stick skills, athleticism and a firm understanding of the game and positioning," Rams coach Andrea Walton said of the two-time team MVP. "She leads the team with goals and assists, and is just as important in our defensive end."
"She is a standout athlete that works hard throughout the entire year to help lead her team."
A great athlete indeed, as Duty was an all-star on the lacrosse field in the spring and will likely start on the Kennard-Dale girls' basketball team this season.
Taylor Mumley, Susquehannock: The senior Mumley has played all four seasons on the Warriors' varsity squad. It is the second straight Player of the Year honor for the three-time all-star.
Mumley was not only one of the team's top scorers, but she also was a key defender for the Division II tri-champions.
She played for the East Coast club team and participated in the USA Futures program and signed on to play Division I field hockey at Robert Morris University, with plans to study forensics.
Coach of the Year
Amanda Steigleman, West York
Kylie Hornbarger, Kennard-Dale
Jordan Miller, Kennard-Dale
Abi Pietra, Kennard-Dale
Ashton Alban, Susquehannock
Camryn Burk, Susquehannock
Julie Garofalo, Susquehannock
Alesha Herman, Susquehannock
Chloe Smith, West York
Madison Wampler, West York
Jailyn Adams, York Suburban
Courtney Shaffer, York Suburban
Lexi DeAngelo, Gettysburg, Sr, M
Maggie Fees, Gettysburg, Jr, D
Sierra Hudson, Gettysburg Sr, F
Andrea Uhlig, Gettysburg, Sr. F