FIRST TEAM

The Washington Post Sunday - - 2015 SPRING ALL-MET -

Michael Blasey

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.

Gra­ham Hutchinson

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.

Nathan Chuwait

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.

Charles Musto

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.

Adam Szwed

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.

Ash­ley Dingman

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.

Chris Navarro

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.

Bran­don Weaver

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.

Mor­gan Egloff

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.

De­laney Shah

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.

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