Five Cubs Honored by Washington Post All-Met

Posted: April 12, 2017

The Washington Post awarded five Visitation athletes winter All-Met honors. Maeve Carroll ’17 was named to the All-Met Basketball First Team, and Ellie Mitchell ’19 was awarded honorable mention for basketball. Maeve and Ellie helped the Varsity Basketball team earn its 11th straight ISL title.

Veronika Petty ’17 was named to the Ice Hockey Second Team, and Gianna Meloni ’17 and Cac Williams ’17 received honorable mention for ice hockey. The ice hockey team is traditionally an all-male list, but four girls made this year’s roster.

View all the Post's winter All-Met teams here.

Read a recap of Visitation's winter sports here.

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