Sam Bell, Kennebunk senior, defense: Strong and quick, Bell will be called upon to run the defense this spring.
London Bernier, Falmouth sophomore, attack: The cousin of graduated leading scorer Alex Bernier, London is a precocious talent in her own right who will look to fill the offensive void.
Elyse Caiazzo, Cheverus senior, attack: Had 35 goals and 37 assists and scooped up 36 ground balls in a well-rounded season for the Class A champion Stags.
Leigh Fernandez, Waynflete senior, midfield: An end-to-end player who is just as strong on defense as on the attack, Fernandez recorded 30 assists a year ago.
Ainsley Jamieson, Scarborough junior, attack: A steady leader on the attack, Jamieson quarterbacks the offense for the Red Storm and picked up 16 goals last year.
Nicole Kennedy, Windham senior, goalie: Saved 156 shots – 55 percent of those she faced – a season ago.
Katherine Lake, McAuley senior, attack: Also a standout soccer player, Lake is a prolific scorer from the wing, notching 61 goals last year.
Molly Lane, Freeport senior, goalie: An athletic player who anchors a top-notch defense, Lane has shown she’s not afraid to come out of the crease to make plays.
Alex Logan, Cheverus senior, midfield: Scored a team-high 44 goals and scooped up 47 groundballs to help the Stags win their first Class A title a year ago.
Olivia Madore, North Yarmouth Academy senior, midfield: A versatile player who will be asked to control play this spring.
Abby McInerny, Cape Elizabeth senior midfield: A tenacious player all over the field, she will be setting up the Capers’ offense on the point and be integral in controlling the midfield.
Grace O’Donnell, Yarmouth senior, attack: Scored a team-high 32 goals and had 19 assists to lead the Clippers to their second Eastern Class B title in three seasons.
Lindsey Poirier, Marshwood junior, midfield: A first-team all-conference pick a year ago, Poirier plays center midfield and sets the tone for her team. Had 34 goals and 13 assists last year.
Kaitlin Prince, Scarborough junior, midfield: Works well with attacker Jamieson to fuel the Red Storm offense and scored 20 goals last year.
Sophie Sreden, Morse junior, attack: Put up 33 goals and 14 assists in her first varsity season last year.
– Mark Emmert