Landon / Sr.
Shot a 2-under-par 70 to take first at Metros and lead Landon to its first team title since 2000. All-IAC golfer will play at Davidson.
Whitman / So.
District champ went wire-to-wire as the overall winner at the Maryland state tournament with a two-day score of 1 under par.
Jefferson / Jr.
Two-time All-Met finished second at both the Virginia 5A North region and state tournaments, with the latter decided by a playoff.
Paul VI / Jr.
WCAC player of the year was lone finisher under par with a 1-under 70 to win the conference title. Had finished second last year.
Woodbridge / Sr.
Four-time Virginia state tournament qualifier finished second at this year’s 6A event. Longwood recruit also won the 6A South region title.
South County / Sr.
Delaware recruit was first at the Virginia 6A state tournament and second at the girls’ state open. Set school scoring mark with a 65.
Spalding / Sr.
Four-time All-Met became second three-time winner of MIAA title and helped the Cavaliers defend the team crown. Will play at Maryland.
Loudoun Valley / Jr.
Virginia 3A state and East region champion tied a school record with a score of 66. Led Vikings to second place in 3A/4A tournament.
Landon / Sr.
Repeat All-Met and Loyola signee captured his first individual IAC crown and set a new school scoring record with a 36.4 average.
Wootton / Jr.
After finishing as runner-up last year, Shah won the Maryland girls’ state title by four strokes. Also earned All-Met honors in 2014.