Season Preview: Roland Park Country is amped for a new season!


Roland Park Country had their highs and lows in 2017, going 10–7 and 8–6 in the IAAM A conference. The Reds, who made it to the conference championship two years in a row found themselves on the outside looking in last season after falling to Garrison Forest in the semifinals. Prior to that loss RPCS had a five game winning stretch including a win over the Grizzlies.

Kim McNemar enters her third season as head coach for the Reds and is looking to push her team back into the championship picture.

Top Players:

Junior Goalkeeper — Amber Bustard — Loyola University

Senior Attacker — Sierra Cockerill — Syracuse University

Senior Midfielder — Cabrini Class — Arizona State University

Senior Attacker — Chelsea Kovinsky — University of Southern California

Junior Midfielder — Kiki Shaw — University of Virginia

Junior Defender — Mary Griffin — Virginia Tech

Sophomore Midfielder — Shannon Smith — University of North Carolina

Outlook:

The Reds graduated a talented senior class, but are returning a lot of experience on both ends of the field. The coaching staff is excited about this energetic group and the high skill level they bring to the field every day. Teamwork, leadership and hard work will see RPCS through one of their most competitive schedule they have seen in years.

Out of conference

Hockaday TX

Milton GA

Cambridge GA

Lassiter GA

South River MD

Severna Park MD

Bishop Ireton VA

Catonsville MD

This season Roland Park will play conference rivals Notre Dame Prep on March 24 in the PNC Invitational at Loyola University at the Ridley Athletic Complex. The game starts at 5pm.


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