After a long list of memorable accomplishments over the past two months, it is time for you to decide who was the very best of the best. We have selected nine outstanding finalists for our BlueStreak-Ruden Report FCIAC Fall Female Player of the Year award.
The winner will receive a custom-made long-sleeve T shirt with name and uniform number on the back.
Here are the finalists, who were all named to the All-FCIAC and All-State teams, and their accomplishments (based on information submitted by coaches).
Kaki Christensen, Darien Swimming: Christensen won every individual event she competed in, winning the 200 individual medley and 100 free at the FCIAC championships, the 200 IM, 100 breast and was part of the winning 200 free relay at the Class L meet, and the 200 IM and 100 breast at the State Open meet.
Chelsea Domond, Westhill Soccer: Domond was considered by league coaches as the most dangerous forward, finishing with 21 goals and 16 assists.
Marcie Maguire, Ridgefield Swimming: Maguire won the 100 back, 200 free and was part of two winning relay teams to help the Tigers win their first FCIAC title, won both individual events and was part of a winning relay at the Class LL meet, and won both individual events and was part of two winning relays at the State Open meet.
Jessica Mazo, St. Joseph Soccer: Mazo, the catalyst for the Cadets at midfield, finished with 10 goals and 25 assists to help the team win the Class L title and finish as FCIAC runner-up.
Morgan McCormick, Wilton Cross Country: McCormick swept the FCIAC, Class L and State Open championships.
Andrea O’Connor, Stamford Volleyball: O’Connor was named MVP in both finals as the Black Knights won their first league and state titles. She finished with 594 kills, 148 blocks, 198 service points and 21 aces.
Meredith Pellegrino, Brien McMahon Volleyball: Pellegrino led the Senators to their best season, including a trip to the FCIAC final, finishing with 569 kills, 344 digs, 201 service points and 17 blocks.
Annabelle Pollack, Greenwich Swimming: Pollack won the FCIAC and Class LL diving championships and finished second at the State Open meet.
Christine Taylor, Staples Field Hockey: Taylor was a midfielder who was a leader on a Wreckers team that outscored opponents 70-2 during the regular season and tied Darien to share its first state title in over 40 years.
Those are the nine finalists. You have until noon on Wednesday to select the BlueStreak-Ruden Report FCIAC Fall Female Player of the Year.