OWINGS MILLS, Md. — Host Stevenson University out-scored visiting Washington College, 7-4, in the second half en route to a 16-14 upset of the 23rd-ranked Shorewomen in a non-conference game tonight at Mustang Stadium.
Stevenson 16, #23 Washington College 14
How It Happened
- Caroline Murphy put the Mustangs in front with a free-position goal with 28:26 remaining in the first half. Lauren Brenner evened things up for the Shorewomen with a goal off a Kristy Grovom feed 1:26 later. Brenner scored again with 25:12 on the clock for Washington's first lead at 2-1. Carly Bowes then scored for Stevenson 49 seconds later. Alison Pantazes put the Shorewomen back in front off a Grovom assist with 24:13 to go, but Lindsay Seipp countered for Stevenson with a goal off a Dana Stevens assist 29 seconds after that.
- The scoring cooled off for a few minutes before Bowles scored to put the Mustangs back in front, 4-3, with 19:49 remaining in the half. Cecily Docktor then found the back of the net for the Shorewomen off an Aubrey Robinson assist with 18:38 left and Brenner scored her third goal of the game for the Shorewomen with 16:17 to go in the half for a 5-4 Washington advantage. Bowes then scored her third goal for the Mustangs with 15:04 on the clock to even the score at 5-5.
- The goals kept coming as Pantazes scored off a Grovom assist 44 seconds later for a 6-5 Shorewomen lead. Robinson gave the Shorewomen the first two-goal lead of the game for either team when she scored with 13:03 left. Washington extended the lead again when Colleen Keefe scored off a Docktor assist with 9:52 to go in the first.
- Stevenson ended the three-goal run by the Shorewomen at the 8:47 mark when Bowes found Mary Marc for a goal. Bowes then scored her fourth goal of the half with 6:44 remaining and Murphy followed with a goal at 5:07 to tie things up at 8-8.
- Keefe put the Shorewomen ahead, 9-8, with a goal off a Brenner assist with 3:54 to go. Caitlin Donovan followed with an unassisted goal 56 seconds later to extend the lead to 10-8. Murphy scored her third goal of the half for the Mustangs off a Lan Le Crotty assist 47 seconds after that to cut the lead to 10-9 by halftime.
- Le Crotty scored off a Hannah Huff assist 1:22 Into the second half to even the score at 10-10 and Kaitlyn Kozlowski netted a free-position goal with 26:55 on the clock to put the Mustangs back in front, 11-10. Seipp followed with a goal off a Sarah Roerty assist with 24:08 to go as Stevenson grabbed its first two-goal lead of the game at 12-10.
- Washington countered by scoring the next three goals to move back in front, 13-12. Docktor scored off a Pantazes feed at 22:40, Keefe scored with 17:48 to play, and Pantazes found the back of the net with 14:16 left.
- Marc tied the score for the Mustangs off a Stevens assist with 8:22 remaining and the Mustangs went back in front, 14-13, when Bowes scored her fifth goal of the contest off another Stevens assist 16 seconds later.
- Robinson tied the score at 14-14 for the Shorewomen when she scored a free-position goal with 6:17 left.
- Bowes then made it a half-dozen goals for her on the night by netting the go-ahead goal for the Mustangs with 5:18 remaining. Kozlowski pushed the lead to 16-14 with a goal with 3:43 left.
For the Shorewomen (9-3)
- Scoring Leaders: Pantazes (3 goals, assist); Brenner (3 goals, assist); Keefe (3 goals, assist); Robinson (2 goals, assist); Docktor (2 goals, assist)
- In Goal: Isabella Richardson (4 saves, 16 goals allowed, 60:00)
- Catherine Keirn notched a game-high four caused turnovers for the Shorewomen; Docktor had a game-best nine draw controls.
- The Shorewomen held a 34-29 advantage in shots and controlled 17 of the game's 31 draws.
For Stevenson (10-3)
- Scoring Leaders: Bowes (6 goals, assist); Murphy (3 goals); Stevens (3 assists); Seipp (2 goals); Marc (2 goals); Kozlowski (2 goals)
- In Goal: Mack Ferguson (12 saves, 14 goals allowed, 60:00)
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