Shorewomen Stopped By Mustangs, 17-10

Shorewomen Stopped By Mustangs, 17-10

Vincent scores six goals in the loss

OWINGS MILLS, Md. — Host Stevenson took control of the game with an early 7-0 run and scored the last five goals of the game to pull away from visiting Washington College for a 17-10 win in a non-conference women's lacrosse game played tonight at Mustang Stadium in Owings Mills, Maryland.

Stevenson 17, Washington College 10

How It Happened
- Katherine Vincent scored a pair of free position goals with 27:34 and 25:18 to go in the opening half respectively as the Shorewomen built a quick 2-0 lead.
- Stevenson scored the next seven goals to take a 7-2 lead, the run capped off by a Brady Heher free position goal with 12:42 to play in the opening half. Olivia Monteiro scored three of the Mustangs seven goals during the run.
- Washington finally broke the seven goal Stevenson run when Kristy Grovom scored a free position goal with 12:09 to go in the opening half. Vincent then scored her third free position goal of the opening half with 10:48 to go in the half to cut the Mustangs lead to 7-4.
- Mallory Davila stopped Washington's two goal run with an unassisted goal with 4:27 to go in the opening half to push Stevenson's lead to 8-4. Monteiro followed with her fourth goal of the half with 2:59 to go to extend the Mustangs lead to 9-4.
- A man up goal from Grovom off of a Morgen Moran assist with 2:32 to go in the half and Vincent's fourth goal of the opening half with 54.7 seconds to go allowed Washington to cut Stevenson's lead to 9-6 at the halftime break
- Tori Bruno opened the second half scoring for the Mustangs with an unassisted tally with 28:03 to go to push the lead to 10-6. Vincent's fifth goal of the night with 25:39 to go cut the lead to 10-7, but an extra man goal from Kiely Bunce with 25:21 to go pushed the Mustangs lead back to 11-7.
- Vincent tallied her fourth free position goal of the night and sixth goal overall with 23:29 to go, followed by a Cecily Docktor unassisted goal just 23 seconds later to cut the lead to 11-9, but Bruno pushed the lead back to three goals at 12-9 with an unassisted tally with 21:22 to go.
- Docktor then found Moran for a man up goal with 15:08 to go as the Shorewomen cut the lead to 12-10, but the Mustangs scored the last five goals of the game to provide the final.

For the Shorewomen (2-1)
- Scorers: Vincent (six goals), Grovom (two goals), Docktor (one goal, one assist), Moran (one goal, one assist)
- Goalie: Haylee Solomon (10 saves, 17 goals allowed, 60:00).
- Caitlin Donovan had five draw controls to tie for a game high, while Madison Schutz posted team highs of three ground balls and two caused turnovers.
- The Shorewomen held a slight 15-14 edge in draw controls and were 13-for-15 on clear attempts.
- Washington turned the ball over 17 times, 10 of which came in the opening half.

For Stevenson (2-3)
- Scorers: Monteiro (six goals, one assist), Reese (three goals), Bunce (two goals, one assist), Bruno (two goals), Heher (one goal), Davila (one goal), Carly Bowes (one goal), Dana Stevens (one goal).
- Goalie: Mack Ferguson (8 saves, 10 goals allowed, 60:00).
- Monteiro also added five draw controls to tie Donovan for a game high.
- The Mustangs held a slim 30-28 edge in shots and went 16-for-18 on clear attempts.
- Stevenson turned the ball over 13 times.
- 27 of the Mustangs' 30 shots were on goal.

- Vincent's six goals tonight give her 113 for her career, tying her with Amy McCleary '93 for 11th on the Shorewomen's all-time goal scoring list.
- Tonight's game featured a combined 65 fouls and 12 yellow cards were issued, six to each team.

Up Next for the Shorewomen
3/11 @. #11 Salisbury - 1:00 p.m.
-It will be the first meeting between Salisbury and Washington College since 2005.