PLAYER OF THE YEAR
--- Anna Spoden, York Catholic: Spoden ended a stellar high school career as a four-time all-star and two-time player of the year. The Fighting Irish senior went 11-0 against YAIAA competition and ended her career having never lost a regular season match. She didn't lose a set to a Division II foe while helping her team capture the championship.
Spoden claimed her third YAIAA singles title with a 6-4, 6-4 win against Carlee Brumgard in the final. She earned the No. 2 seed in the District 3 Class AA tournament and went on to finish third, her fourth straight top-four finish in district singles play.
--- Carlee Brumgard, Biglerville: The junior improved her singles win total in each of her three years as the Canners' No. 1 player, going from 12 to 15 to 16 in 2012. Brumgard went 7-1 in league play, reached the YAIAA Class AA final, and earning a district berth while becoming a three-time all-star.
--- Maddie Kepner, York Catholic: The freshman displayed no anxiety about stepping into the No. 2 spot in the Fighting Irish lineup. She went 8-0 in league play and earned the No. 4 seed in the YAIAA Class AA tournament, where she finished third and qualified for districts.
--- Olivia Purtell, West York: The junior went 5-3 in Division II in her first year as the Bulldogs' top player. Purtell and the Bulldogs posted a 4-4 record in league play and 6-5 overall.
--- Jess Wernig, Kennard-Dale: Wernig recorded 12 singles wins while splitting time between Nos. 1 and 2 singles and leading the Rams to a program-best 13-2 mark (7-1, second place in Division II). The Rams earned five wins by a 4-3 margin; Wernig earned singles victories in all of those wins. She also claimed the No. 7 seed in the YAIAA Class AAA tournament.
--- Spoden-Kepner, York Catholic: The Irish duo dropped just six games en route to the YAIAA Class AA doubles championship.
--- Brumgard-Jenna Glass, Biglerville: The Canners took second in the league tournament, falling to the Spoden-Kepner team. Brumgard and Glass finished fourth in the District 3 Class AA tournament, running into the eventual district champions in the semifinal round.
CO-COACHES OF THE YEAR
--- Paige Mundy, York Catholic: Mundy and the Fighting Irish overcame the loss of three singles starters and won their fifth division title in the last six years. York Catholic went 13-2 and reached the finals of the District 3 Class AA team tournament.
--- Rebecca Toman, York Suburban: The Trojans improved from 3-5 to 5-3 in division play despite losing all of their 2011 singles starters to graduation. Toman and a lineup without a senior in the top five posted a 7-6 overall record.
Gabby Amspacher, West York
-- Mark Paules and Jessica Sprenkle