Docktor With Game-Highs and Career-Bests of Four Assists and Seven Points For Washington
CARLISLE, Pa. – Fourth seed and host Dickinson used a 6-0 run to end the first half to take an 8-3 lead into halftime and held off a second half rally by visiting fifth seed Washington College to win 10-9 in the first round of Centennial Conference Women's Lacrosse Tournament on Wednesday afternoon at Biddle Field. Today's loss was the season finale for the Shorewomen.
Dickinson 10 Washington College 9
How It Happened
- Katherine Vincent put the Shorewomen on the board exactly 90 seconds into the game on a free position goal from the right side.
- Dickinson tied the game at 1-1 with 24:23 to go in the first half on an unassisted goal.
- Washington went back ahead just 35 seconds later as Morgen Moran finished off a feed from Cecily Docktor to complete a transition opportunity following a Red Devils' turnover where Sophie Waine had a goal wiped out due to her stepping in the crease.
- Dickinson tied the game exactly 35 seconds later on a free position at 2-2.
- Docktor put WC back ahead 3-2 with 16:16 left in the first half following a Dickinson giveaway.
- Dunster scored her second of the game from Maddie Parker to tie it at 3-3 with 14:01 left in the half and would start a 6-0 run for the hosts to cap the first half scroing.
- The Red Devils took their first lead of the game, 4-3, with 12:46 remaining on Dunster's third goal of the half on a man-up with Allison Carey notching the assist.
- Dunster, who had five goals and one assist in the first half, made it 8-3 with 45.8 ticks left on a free position goal as Dickinson capped the first half by scoring the final six goals.
- The Shorewomen finally put an end to the run 42 seconds into the second as off of a free position attempt, Vincent passed it to Docktor who scored her second of the game to trim the lead to 8-4.
- Sam Marmo cashed in on a free position to make it 9-4 for Dickinson with 25:46 left.
- Docktor tallied her third goal of the game with 21:37 remaining unassisted to reduce the deficit to 9-5 and Docktor found Moran to cut the hosts' lead to 9-6 with 16:45 left.
- Maddy Siebold made it 10-6 with 15:50 left for Dickinson before Kristy Grovom trimmed it to 10-7 on a Docktor feed with 12:52 remaining.
- Moran tallied her third goal of the game with 11:46 left with Docktor chalking up the helper to cut the Dickinson lead to 10-8.
- Following a Red Devils turnover, Vincent scored with 2:47 remaining and the Dickinson lead was down to just 10-9.
- After Grovom forced a Dickinson turnover with 2:31 left, the Shorewomen looked to tie the game, but a mishandled pass by the Shorewomen with just under a minute left allowed the Red Devils regain possession. Dickinson would turn it over in Washington territory with 17.8 seconds left and WC called a timeout.
- The Shorewomen would turn it over out of the timeout and the Red Devils ran out the clock as Washington never got a game-tying shot attempt off.
For The Shorewomen (10-7)
- Scoring: Docktor (career-bests and contest-highs of four assists and seven points; three goals), Moran (three goals), Vincent (two goals and one assist)
- In Goal: Haylee Solomon (60:00, 14 saves, 10 goals)
- Vincent (three draw controls to lead team)
- WC went 18-for-19 in clears and went 1-for-4 in free position shots.
For Dickinson (10-7)
- Scoring: Dunster (game-best five goals and team-high six points), Marmo and Siebold (two goals)
- In Goal: Tara Cuddihy (60:00, nine saves, nine goals, four ground balls)
- Siebold (game-topping four draw controls)
- The Red Devils went 19-for-23 in clears, had 14-9 advantage in ground balls and had five fewer turnovers than WC, 16-11.
- Dickinson went 3-for-8 in free position chances, while holding a 10-9 advantage in draw controls.
- The hosts outshot the Shorewomen, 33-22.
- With her two goals in the game, Vincent finishes her career in sole possession of fifth place in team history in goals scored with 157. Entering the game, she was tied with Suzie Jakub '09 who deposited 155 goals in her four-year career (2006-09). Vincent had 212 all-time points in her four years as she notched 55 assists and finishes her career seventh in total points for a WC player. Vincent also ends her career as the team and conference's all-time leader in free position goals in a season (33) and career (64).
- Solomon finished her career with 305 saves, seventh in team history.
- Today marked the final time representing the Shorewomen for seniors Solomon, Vincent, Anna Inserra, Maddie Mullen, Cara Pascarella and Maisey Thompson. The group went 43-24 in their four years and appeared in four conference tournaments.