Senior Ties School Single-Game Point Record, Breaks Centennial Conference Single-Season & Career Free-Position Goal Records in Win
ALLENTOWN, Pa. — Senior attacker Katherine Vincent (Wilton, Conn./Wilton) broke the Centennial Conference career and single-season records for free-position goals and tied a single-game school record with 11 total points as visiting Washington College upset 20th-ranked host Muhlenberg, 19-9, in a Centennial Conference women's lacrosse game this afternoon in Allentown, Pa. All told, Vincent finished the game with a career-high nine goals and two assists in the win.
Washington College 19, #20 Muhlenberg 9
How It Happened
- The Shorewomen scored the first four goals of the game as Morgen Moran found Kristy Grovom for a man-up goal 2:06 into the game, Emily Pantazes scored on a Vincent assist with 23:53 left in the first half, and Vincent found the back of the net with 20:58 showing on the clock. Cecily Docktor then scored off an assist from Madison Schutz just 1:11 later for a 4-0 lead.
- Muhlenberg got on the board with 17:19 to go in the first half as Amanda Tullo scored off a Jordy Bonvini assist. The Mules then cut the lead to 4-2 on a goal by Nora Fisher off a Kelsey Nagle assist with 13:21 to go. Vincent then countered for the Shorewomen with a free-position goal with 12:10 left in the period for a 5-2 Washington advantage. Emma Charron scored off a Nagle assist for the Mules at 10:37 to get them back to within two goals.
- Washington got that goal back with 7:51 remaining before the intermission with Pantazes connecting with Docktor for a goal, but Bonvini scored a free-position goal for Muhlenberg just 15 seconds later. Caitlin Donovan found the back of the net on a free-position shot for the Shorewomen with 6:11 left for a 7-4 lead. Stephanie D'Ascoli scored off a Bonvini assist 61 seconds later to once again trim the advantage back to 7-5. Vincent scored her third goal of the half with 2:43 left, but it was Trullo, with an extra-man goal, who finished the scoring for the period as the teams entered halftime with Washington holding an 8-6 lead. .
- Docktor opened the second-half scoring with a goal with 25:52 remaining and then found Pantazes for a goal 49 seconds later as the Shorewomen extended the lead out to four goals at 10-6. Bonvini scored for the Mules with 23:03 showing.
- Vincent scored her Centennial Conference career record-tying 57th collegiate free-position goal at 22:32 to make it 11-7. Vincent then scored her 58th career free-position goal at 17:08 to break the record and tied the conference's single-season record of 27 in the process. Lauren Brenner followed with another Washington goal at 16:39 and Vincent found Docktor for another goal just 17 seconds later for a 14-7 Shorewomen lead. The lead grew to eight with Vincent's single-season conference record 28th free-position goal with 13:14 left.
- A goal by Brenner, this time off an assist from Aubrey Robinson, with 9:57 remaining, and Vincent scored her seventh goal of the game off a Docktor assist 11 seconds later as the Washington lead moved to 10 and the running clock rule took effect. Vincent scored another free-position goal with 5:45 left before Emma Carmody scored for Muhlenberg with 3:58 remaining and Bonvini scored a free-position goal for the Mules at 2:41. Vincent then netted her ninth goal and 11th point of the game with 28 seconds left.
For the Shorewomen (7-4, 2-2 Centennial Conference)
- Scoring: Vincent (9 goals, 2 assists); Docktor (4 goals, 2 assists); Pantazes (2 goals, assist); Brenner (2 goals)
- In Goal: Haylee Solomon (15 saves, 9 goals allowed, 60:00)
- Washington held a 35-32 advantage in shots in the game and went 16-for-17 on clears.
For Muhlenberg (8-2, 3-1 Centennial Conference)
- Scoring: Bonvini (3 goals, 2 assists); Tullo (2 goals)
- In Goal: Sara Allison (12 saves, 19 goals allowed, 60:00)
- Hannah Church, who played at Gettysburg from 2009-12, was the previous Centennial Conference career record holder with 57 free-position goals; her single-season total of 27 was also the previous single-season conference record. Vincent broke the school records in both categories earlier this season and now has 60 career free-position goals, including 29 this season.
- Vincent is the third player in Washington College women's lacrosse history with 11 total points in a game. Sarah Coste was the first in 1991; Janet Studdiford matched that record in 2003.
Up Next for the Shorewomen
4/15 @ Bryn Mawr - 1:00 p.m. (Centennial Conference game)