Field hockey players to watch
Sarah Byham, Holy Cross. The senior is a top goalie who registered seven shutouts last season.
Marissa Ciocco, Kingsway. She had 11 goals with four assists for the Dragons last season as a junior.
Austyn Cuneo, Eastern. A senior, she is already the sport's greatest goal-scorer with 233 in her career. Cuneo set a national record last season with 96 goals.
Julie Duncan, Shawnee. Duncan, a senior, is a Maryland recruit and one of the state's fastest players.
Becca Hall, Collingswood. She's a top goalie who made big saves in leading the Panthers to the Central Jersey Group 1 title as a junior last season.
Kelly Hanna, Ocean City. A senior and a Rutgers recruit, Hanna scored the game-winning goal in extra time in the Group 3 state final.
MacKenzie Karcher, Maple Shade. The senior is a prolific scorer who generated 44 goals last season.
MacKenzie Keegan, Eastern. A sophomore, she is a member of USA Field Hockey's under-17 team and is poised for a big season for the Vikings.
Nikki Kotelnicki, Northern Burlington. A senior, she is a top offensive threat who scored 19 goals last season.
Lauren McNally, Ocean City. McNally, a Penn State recruit and a senior, is a sturdy defender for the defending state champions.
Madison Morano, Eastern. A junior, she is a member of the USA Field Hockey under-19 national team and looks like the Vikings' next superstar. She scored 19 goals with 20 assists last season.
Alex O'Donnell, Moorestown. She collected 16 goals with 11 assists last season as a junior.
Angela Robbins, Mainland. Robbins helped the Mustangs to the South Jersey Group 3 title game in 2013 as a junior.
Jacqui Rosati, Paul VI. A transfer from Haddon Heights, the senior scored 18 goals with seven assists last year for the Garnets.
Rachel Stefano, Moorestown. The senior is a top defender and American University recruit. - Phil Anastasia