Docktor Becomes Eighth Player in Washington History to Reach 200 Career Points as She Had Two Goals and Three Assists; Brenner Tallies Game-High Six Points on Three Goals and Three Helpers
ALLENTOWN, Pa. – Senior attacker Cecily Docktor (Wellesley, Mass./Wellesley) became eighth player in the history of Shorewomen Lacrosse to reach 200 career points as she had five points on two goals and three assists as visiting #25 Washington College came away with a 17-7 victory over host Muhlenberg in Centennial Conference women's lacrosse action on Saturday night on Frank Marino Field at Scotty Wood Stadium. The Shorewomen improve to 9-2 overall and 4-0 in the Centennial, while the Mules drop to 7-4 and 2-2 respectively. Washington extends its winning streak to eight games and the team's first eight-game winning streak since opening the 2003 season 9-0.
#25 Washington College 17 Muhlenberg 7
How It Happened
- Anna Bennett scored the game's first two goals to give Washington a 2-0 lead just 66 seconds into the game as Bennett scored her first goal 20 ticks in from Lauren Brenner.
- Muhlenberg would get on the board with 24:14 left in the first half as Lauren Sammarro scored unassisted.
- Cecily Docktor, who assisted on the second goal of the game for Washington, notched her 200th career point as she notched the helper on a goal by Kristy Grovom with 9:47 remaining that gave the Shorewomen a 6-1 lead.
- The Grovom goal from Docktor highlighted a six-goal run by the Shorewomen as they lead 8-1 with 6:01 remaining on a score by Aubrey Robinson.
- Emma Carmody ended the run as she scored the Mules second goal with 1:28 remaining and rounded out the first half scoring as the Shorewomen led 8-2 at halftime.
- In the second half, Muhlenberg trailed 11-3 before scoring consecutive goals to trim the lead to 11-5 on an Amanda Tullo unassisted goal with 20:13 left.
- Washington would put the game away with five straight goals to take its biggest lead of the game at 16-5 with 5:14 left on a Docktor goal from Bennett.
- The Mules would score two of the final three goals to provide the final margin.
For The #25 Shorewomen (9-2, 4-0 CC)
- Scoring: Brenner (three goals and three assists for game-best six points), Docktor (two goals and three assists; game-best seven draw controls), Robinson (three scores), Bennett and Colleen Keefe (two goals and one assist), Grovom (two goals), Alison Pantazes (goal and assist)
- In Goal: Isabella Richardson (60:00, five saves, seven goals)
- WC went 16-for-17 in clears, went 3-for-10 in free position shots and had 14 ground balls.
- The Shorewomen won 15 of the game's 25 draws and held a 37-18 advantage in shots.
For Muhlenberg (7-4, 2-2 CC)
- Scoring: Tullo and Gabriella Crivelli (two goals), Carmody (one goal and one assist)
- In Goal: Jordan Seagrave (60:00, 10 saves, 17 goals)
- Caroline Dolan (three draw controls and game-best four ground balls)
- Muhlenberg had 16 ground balls.
- The Mules went 11-for-14 in clears and had four more turnovers than WC, 15-11.
- Muhlenberg went 2-for-5 in free position chances.
- Docktor currently sits at 203 career points on 123 goals and 80 assists. She is now tied for fifth all-time at Washington College in career helpers as she tied Alli Dudley '17, who also handed out 80 career assists.
- The most recent Washington player to score 200 career points was Katherine Vincent '17, who achieved it on April 15, 2017 in a win at Bryn Mawr and finished with 212 career points. Docktor is the third player this decade to reach 200 all-time points as Emily Hubley '15 reached it in a victory at Mary Washington on March 25, 2015 as she ended up with 237 all-time points
- Nine different Washington players scored in the win as joining the seven mentioned in the scoring were Sydney Allender and Caitlin Donovan who each scored once.
- This is Washington's fourth eight-game winning streak in team history. In addition to 2003, Washington won eight straight in 1982-83 (five in 1982 and three in 1983) and 1989.
- The Shorewomen have now won 20 consecutive games against unranked teams, dating back to the start of the 2018 season when Washington downed Albright to open the campaign, 10-8.
4/11 @ Stevenson – 7:00 p.m. (Non-Conference game)
- Washington won 10-9 in overtime last season as Emily Pantazes scored the golden goal from twin sister Alison Pantazes.
- Game was originally supposed to be played on March 6, but was postponed due to cold temperatures.