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Meet the 2021 Star Tribune All-Metro Team

By DAVID LA VAQUE, Star Tribune, 03/22/21, 5:45PM CDT


Scroll down to see who made the second and third teams as well.

The Star Tribune All-Metro Team, from left: Rachel Golnitz, Forest Lake; Makenna Deering, South St. Paul; Peyton Hemp, Andover; Emma Conner, Edina (Metro Player of the Year); Brynn DuLac, Minnetonka, and Jenna Lawry, Chisago Lakes.

Photos: Jerry Holt * jerry.holt@startribune.com
Venue: Braemar Backyard Rink


All-metro first team

All-Metro second team

Maddy Christian
Elk River/Zimmerman, junior, forward
College: Penn State
Drew raves from opposing coaches for a 27-goal season and aggressive style.

Uma Corniea
Edina, sophomore, goaltender
College: Princeton
Boasts a 13-0 record so far this season and remains among the top big-game goalies.

Rory Guilday
Minnetonka, senior, defense
College: Cornell
Elite defender posted career-highs with eight goals and 19 assists.

Gabby Krause
Andover, senior, forward
College: Minnesota-Duluth
Can score (24 goals, 34 assists) but equally valued as a 200-foot player. 

Vivian Jungels
Edina, junior, defense
College: Minnesota
Superior skater capable of dictating the action. Scored 12 goals, added 29 assists.

Morgan Wohlers
Stillwater, senior, forward
College: Undecided
Workhorse for Class 2A state tournament-bound Ponies who tallied 38 points. 


All-Metro third team

Gretchen Branton, senior, Wayzata
Hannah Chorske, senior, Edina
Makayla Moran, eighth grade, Apple Valley

Madison Clough, senior, Andover
Brenna Fuhrman, senior, Farmington
Brooke Pioske, senior, Mound Westonka

Carly Greene, senior, Benilde-St. Margaret’s
Hailey Hansen, sophomore, Blaine
Abbie Thompson, senior, Mounds View

How the team was chosen

The Star Tribune’s All-Metro teams and Metro Player of the Year were chosen based on nominations from metro-area coaches, conversations with a panel of coaches and staff observations.

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