Andover, 5-7, sr. guard
"Surgical in her game management and can drill the deep water three," DePaul coach Doug Bruno said. The Blue Demons recruit is Andover's all-time career leader in scoring, assists and steals.
Edina, 6-3, sr. forward
"Extremely long and runs the floor very well. Annika is a great fit for our up-tempo style of play and will provide versatility to our post corps," said JR Payne, her future coach at Colorado.
Rosemount, 5-4, sr. guard
There probably isn't a player in the state who meant more to her team than Olson. The point guard is the school's all-time assists leader. Holds school single-game scoring mark with 39 points.
Eastview, 6-1, sr. guard
Kansas State recruit helped the Lightning to four consecutive Class 4A state tournament appearances, with a third, second and championship trophy in the first three.
Hopkins, 5-7, jr. guard
Very quick, a lefthander who catches teams off-balance and "makes us better on both ends of the floor because she has bought into rounding out her game," Hopkins coach Brian Cosgriff said.
• Mikayla Hayes, Park Center, 6-2, sr. forward
• Erica Hicks, Champlin Park, 5-7, jr. guard
• Destinee Oberg, Holy Angels, 6-2, soph. forward
• Lyndsey Robson, Apple Valley, 6-1, sr. guard
• Tori Wortz, Hutchinson, 5-8, sr. guard
SELECTION PROCESS: The 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.