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PLAYER OF THE YEAR NOMINEES

DEMPSEY CAMPBELL

North Kingstown, Junior

Midfield

In her two previous seasons, Campbell has dazzled with her stick work and scoring ability for North Kingstown. Nothing really changed this year. The junior led the state with 29 goals and added seven assists to give her the second-most points in the state. Campbell’s play helped send the Skippers back to the state final. It’s Campbell’s third first-team All-State appearance and first as a Player of the Year nominee.

JESSIE IMBRIGLIO

East Greenwich, Senior

Goalkeeper

There was a lot that went into East Greenwich’s state championship season and the clutch performance of the senior goalkeeper was as big a piece as any. Imbriglio had 10 shutouts during the regular season as EG finished first. In the playoffs Imbriglio was masterful, bouncing back from a bad goal to carry the Avengers to a shootout win over Barrington and in the final against North Kingstown. It’s her first appearance on the All-State first team.

ADDIE DEFEO

Lincoln School, Senior

Forward

The best athlete whenever she stepped on the field, Defeo finished her career for the Lynx by scoring 27 goals this season and adding nine assists to lead Division II. Defeo was unstoppable in the playoffs, scoring twice in Lincoln School’s semifinal win and adding two goals and an assist in the Lynx’s D-II title win over Wheeler. It’s her second straight year as a Player of the Year nominee.

FIRST TEAM

ALEX MEGA

East Greenwich, Freshman

Forward

It looks like the next big thing in Rhode Island field hockey has arrived. Marvelous doesn’t begin to describe Mega’s debut season; she was downright unstoppable. Mega led the state in scoring with 28 goals and 13 assists, giving the already strong East Greenwich team the punch it needed to go out and win its first state title since 2010. Expect bigger and better things from Mega over the next three seasons.

AMANDA STECKLER

Moses Brown, Senior

Forward

One of the most fun players in the state to watch, Steckler’s combination of speed, power and agility made her one of the state’s elite midfielders. Taking over as Moses Brown’s top offensive player, Steckler scored seven goals and dished out 12 assists this season. She helped the Quakers reach the semifinals of the D-I tournament and earned her third All-State honor, second straight on the first team.

JULIA BLESSING

East Greenwich, Senior

Forward/Midfield

Blessing is one of the most complete players in the state, and she was masterful in the midfield in East Greenwich’s state championship win over North Kingstown. She finished the season second on EG in goals (8) and assists (11), pretty big numbers for a midfielder. Blessing’s season started with a bang, picking up a hat trick, and her performance in her final game made her an easy choice for her second appearance as an All-Stater.

BRIDGET MASON

East Greenwich, Senior

Midfield

Sometimes how good a player is doesn’t always show up in the stat sheet. Mason is the perfect example, a dominant midfielder who isn’t always the one popping home goals or dishing out assists. She dominates with her presence in the middle, which allowed East Greenwich to keep possession and take control of every game en route to a state title. After a second-team All-State nod last year, Mason earned this first-team spot.

OLIVIA BUSH

Wheeler, Senior

Midfield

It wasn’t hard to point out Bush on the field whenever Wheeler played this season. Wherever the ball went, Bush wasn’t too far away. She was dominant scorer, posting 18 goals this season, and she was an equally impressive distributor, dishing out 18 assists to help the Warriors reach the Division II championship game. Her play this season made her a first-team All-State choice and she’ll take her talents to upstate New York when she plays for Cornell.

MAEVE HARRINGTON

Barrington, Senior

Midfield

The Barrington senior played an important part of the Eagles title defense this season. The midfield belonged to Harrington and helped Barrington keep games at a pace it was comfortable with. Playing top-seeded East Greenwich in the semifinals, Harrington was spectacular and with two assists the Eagles were a shootout away from the upset. After making second team last year, Harrington earned this first-team All-State spot.

ALICE MASSENET

North Kingstown, Senior

Midfield

Another Skipper with a team-first attitude, Massenet was a forceful player who knew her job was to own the midfield. Massenet did a terrific job of it, transitioning the ball up field to the Skippers’ talented scorers and it helped her make the leap from an all-division honorable mention to her first All-State selection. Massenet finished the season with one goal and five assists, but did all the things NK needed her to do.

ANABEL STAVRAND

East Greenwich, Senior

Defense/Midfield

Stavrand’s job for the Avengers was simple — do whatever needed to be done to make sure the other team’s best player didn’t score. In the playoffs, she excelled. Stavrand’s defense — and shootout goal — helped EG upend Barrington. In the final against North Kingstown, she was crucial in keeping POTY nominee Dempsey Campbell off the scoreboard. Stavrand closes her career with a state title and her first All-State selection.

ILSE NOVIS

Moses Brown, Senior

Senior, Defense

No team except state champ East Greenwich managed more than one goal against Moses Brown and the play from Novis in the back was a big reason why. Novis was a lock-down defender all season and found herself in the right place at the right time because of her experience and athleticism. After her play last season, none of this was a surprise and Novis closes her career with her second straight spot on the All-State first team.

JAYLEE SWENSON

North Kingstown, Senior

Defense

Defense has always been at the forefront of Julie Maguire’s North Kingstown teams and this year it was Swenson doing the dirty work in the back for the Skippers. The senior didn’t show up in the box score, but the players she was responsible for shutting down didn’t either. In the state final against East Greenwich, she was instrumental in keeping the state’s leading scorer quiet, more than earning her first All-State spot.

ASIA PORTER

Moses Brown, Senior

Goalkeeper

For the second straight year, Porter picks up a spot as a first-team All-Stater and as good as she was last year, she was even better this season. On a less experienced Quaker squad, Porter was asked to do more and she had no problem picking up the slack. Any goals scored on the Providence College-bound senior were usually highlight worthy because Porter didn’t give up any cheap ones, finishing the season with 97 saves.

SECOND TEAM

F — Georgianne Defeo, Lincoln School, Sophomore

F — Faith Powers, North Kingstown, Junior

F/MF — Vivienne Mueller, Barrington, Sophomore

M — Charlotte Boss, Rocky Hill, Sophomore

M — Anna Clyne, Wheeler, Junior

M — Ariana DeSousa, La Salle, Senior

M — Grayson Goolgasian, La Salle, Junior

D/MF — Kennedy Jones, Moses Brown, Freshman

D — Sabrina Neimark, East Greenwich, Senior

D — Maggie Schwab, North Kingstown, Senior

GK — Sara Langevin, Pilgrim, Senior

R.I. FIELD HOCKEY COACHES ASSOCIATION AWARDS

PLAYER OF THE YEAR

Division I – Jessie Imbriglio, East Greenwich

Division II – Olivia Bush, Wheeler

Division III – Charlotte Boss, Rocky Hill

COACH OF THE YEAR

Division I – Julie Maguire, North Kingstown

Division II – Margaret McGregor, South Kingstown

Division III – Karen Hickey, Classical

ALL DIVISION

DIVISION I

FIRST TEAM

Julia Blessing, East Greenwich

Dempsey Campbell, North Kingstown

Grayson Goolgasian, La Salle

Maeve Harrington, Barrington

Bridget Mason, East Greenwich

Alice Massenet, North Kingstown

Alex Mega, East Greenwich

Ilse Novis, Moses Brown

Asia Porter, Moses Brown

Amanda Steckler, Moses Brown

Jaylee Swenson, North Kingstown

SECOND TEAM

Sydney Atwood, Moses Brown

Arianna DeSousa, La Salle

Kennedy Jones, Moses Brown

Allison Medeiros Bay View

Vivienne Mueller, Barrington

Sabrina Neimark, East Greenwich

Elizabeth Ng, Bay View

Faith Powers, North Kingstown

Payton Prete, Barrington

Maggie Schwab, North Kingstown

Anabel Stavrand, East Greenwich

HONORABLE MENTION

Hayley Gasbarro, Barrington

Kane Murphy, La Salle

Grace Pelletier, Bay View

Jade Shabo, North Kingstown

Logan Shunney, East Greenwich

Mia Stilley, Moses Brown

DIVISION II

FIRST TEAM

Margot Bernardo, Wheeler

Jenna Bowerfind, Cumberland

Nina Byrne, South Kingstown

Annabella Clyne, Wheeler

Kacie Curran, South Kingstown

Addie Defeo, Lincoln School

Allison Gencarelli, South Kingstown

Amelia Lambert, Lincoln School

Rachael Romain, Lincoln School

Jennah Saqib, Lincoln

Allasandra Stevens, Smithfield

SECOND TEAM

Samantha Bennett, Rocky Hill

Eileen Byrne, South Kingstown

Cloe Cazzani, Wheeler

Georgianne Defeo, Lincoln School

Riley Fague, Smithfield

Mia Holroyd, Smithfield

Emily Kennedy, Lincoln

Katherine Laliberte, South Kingstown

Kirsten Mahalaris, Cumberland

Grace Miguel, Lincoln

Victoria Wassouf, Wheeler

HONORABLE MENTION

Katie Cagle, South Kingstown

Sophia Emidy, Burrillville

Hannah Guerin, Cumberland

Taylor Leveille, Smithfield

Keely McCue, Chariho

Yasmine Mechrefe, Wheeler

Kiera Murphy, Lincoln School

Kelsey Smith, Lincoln

DIVISION III

FIRST TEAM

Elsa Block, Rocky Hill

Charlotte Boss, Rocky Hill

Emily Caraveo, Tiverton

Jill DaSilva, Tiverton

Cherilyn DeFreitas, Tiverton

Brianna Fernandes, Woonsocket

Coco Maranjian, Classical

Phoebe Maranjian, Classical

Meghan McCamish, Toll Gate

Samantha McConnell, Pilgrim

Mikaila Rastella, Pilgrim

SECOND TEAM

Rachel Arabian, Rocky Hill

Grace Barta, Toll Gate

Beth Coppinger, Woonsocket

Ana Esposito, Cranston East

Sophia Mott, Classical

Olivia Paquet, Pilgrim

Trinity Reilly, Pilgrim

Angelin Santerre, Tiverton

Margeaux Souza, Tiverton

Destiny Thorpe, Crnaston East

Eve Weiner, Rocky Hill

HONORABLE MENTION

Ella Boyan, Classical

Abbie Desjardin, Woonsocket

Isabella Florenz, Cranston East

Jordan Lanowy, Rocky Hill

Lydia Ramsden, Pilgrim

Sara Rhodes, Toll Gate

Cassie Taber, Tiverton

ALL TOURNAMENT TEAM

DIVISION I

MVP – Julia Blessing, East Greenwich

Jessie Imbriglio, East Greenwich

Alex Mega, East Greenwich

Anabel Stavrand, East Greenwich

Dempsey Campbell, North Kingstown

Abbey Pezza, North Kingstown

Faith Powers, North Kingstown

Zoey Despines, Barrington

Noelle Texeira, Barrington

Kennedy Jones, Moses Brown

Brooke Tunnicliffe, Moses Brown

DIVISION II

MVP – Addie Defeo, Lincoln School

Georgianne Defeo, Lincoln School

Amelia Lambert, Lincoln School

Rachael Romain, Lincoln School

Margot Bernardo, Wheeler

Olivia Bush, Wheeler

Anna Clyne, Wheeler

Jennah Saqib, Lincoln

Grace Miguel, Lincoln

Emma Cottrell, South Kingstown

Paige Sayour, South Kingstown

DIVISION III

MVP – Sara Langevin, Pilgrim

Giana Alviti, Pilgrim

Madison Gardner, Pilgrim

Jaylin Pillier, Pilgrim

Jill DaSilva, Tiverton

Elise Flanagan, Tiverton

Cassie Taber, Tiverton

Grace DeLuca, Classical

Madison Martins, Classical

Jordan Lanowy, Rocky Hill

Francesca McCaughey, Rocky Hill

ALL ACADEMIC TEAM

Barrington – Hayley Gasbarro, Maeve Harrington, Payton Prete; Bay View – Cecilia Bianchi, Haley Clement, Ryleigh Fortin, Gabriella Moreira, Elizabeth Ng; Chariho – Montanna Carrier, Talia Sauro, Alyssa Scuncio; Classical – Francesca Binder, Sophia Fox, Caroline Gracia, Coco Maranjian, Phoebe Maranjian, Sophia Mott; Cranston East – Yessica Acosta, Sofia Calderon, Isabella Florenz, Laura Jones, Chanlima Rin, Destiny Thorpe, Haleigh Trottier; Cumberland – Abby Becker, Lily Bodington, Jenna Bowerfind, Ella Henderson, Kirsten Mahalaris, Katherine Sullivan; East Greenwich – Elizabeth Amelotte, Julia Blessing, Sabrina Neimark, Anabel Stavrand; La Salle – Zoe Bergeron, Samantha Collins, Riley Coutu, Ariana DeSousa; Lincoln – Maria Garcia, Emily Kennedy, Jenna Saqib; Lincoln School – Addie Defeo, Amelia Lambert, Rachael Romain. Moses Brown – Ilse Novia. North Kingstown – Alice Massenet, Jaylee Swenson; Pilgrim – Giana Alviti, Sara Langevin, Trinity Reilly; Rocky Hill – Elsa Block, Pascale Burnett, Eve Weiner; Smithfield – Karolina Chrzanowska, Sophia DiPaolo, Riley Fague, Allasandra Stevens; South Kingstown – Emma Barker, Eileen Byrne, Nina Byrne, Katie Cagle, Kelsi Conlon, Allison Gencarelli, Katelyn Leonard, Fiona Mitchell, Caroline Parente, Isabella Vacca, Sophia Vanderlaan; Tiverton – Lauren Bowdren, Emily Caraveo, Jillian DaSilva, Cherilyn DeFreitas, Emma Franklin, Ava Gramolini, Abbigail Polan, Asha Taber; Toll Gate – Isabella Ventre; Wheeler – Olivia Bush, Maddie Lee, Yasmine Mechrefe, Molly O’Hara, Hannah Zevon; Woonsocket – Ana Ayala.