Junior is the 30th Washington Women's Lacrosse Player to Tally 100 Career Points
BRYN MAWR, Pa. – Junior attacker Lauren Brenner (Glen Mills, Pa./Episcopal Academy) became the 30th player in the history of Shorewomen Lacrosse, and 13th since 2011, to reach 100 career points as she scored a career-best and game-high seven goals as visiting #23 Washington College topped host Bryn Mawr, 21-10, in Centennial Conference women's lacrosse action on Saturday afternoon at Applebee Field. The Shorewomen improve to 10-3 overall and 5-0 in the Centennial, while the Owls drop to 5-6 and 0-5 respectively.
#25 Washington College 21 Bryn Mawr 10
How It Happened
- Brenner, who entered today's contest with 99 all-time points, wasted little time in reaching her 100th career point as she scored the first of her seven goals just 23 seconds into the game to put Washington ahead for good at 1-0.
- Her goal sparked a game-opening 6-0 run that was capped on a score by Colleen Keefe with 25:00 left in the first half.
- Bryn Mawr scored its first home goal against Washington since 2011 when Isabel Shin notched an unassisted score with 23:24 remaining in the opening half.
- Leading 7-2, Washington scored five straight times to push its advantage to 12-2 with 8:37 remaining in the opening half on a Keefe finisher.
- The Owls scored four of the final five goals in the first half to cut the Shorewomen's edge down to 13-6 as Maeve Donnelly rounded out the first half scoring with 51 ticks remaining.
- In the second half, Washington scored five of the first six goals to extend the lead to 18-7 with 20:30 left on a goal by Alison Pantazes.
- The two teams each scored three goals the rest of the way to provide the final margin.
For The #23 Shorewomen (10-3, 5-0 CC)
- Scoring: Brenner (career-high and game-best seven goals and seven points to tie career-best and lead all players), Docktor (five assists to lead all participants and tie personal-high, team-best six draw controls, five ground balls and career-topping four caused turnovers), Alison Pantazes (two goals and two helpers), Keefe and Anna Bennett (two goals and one assist), Kristy Grovom and Lexi Rullo (two scores)
- In Goal: Isabella Richardson (60:00, three saves, 10 goals)
- WC went 8-for-10 in clears, went 1-for-3 in free position shots and had 19 ground balls.
- The Shorewomen won 17 of the game's 33 draws and held a 42-18 advantage in shots.
For Bryn Mawr (5-6, 0-5 CC)
- Scoring: Shin (three goals), Kylie Woo (two goals, one assist and contest-high seven draws), Elicie Edmond (two goals), Donnelly (goal and assist)
- In Goal: Jessica Calloway (60:00, 14 saves, 21 goals)
- Amirah Hewitt (three caused turnovers)
- Bryn Mawr had seven ground balls.
- The Owls went 7-for-14 in clears and had seven more turnovers than WC, 17-10.
- Bryn Mawr went 2-for-4 in free position chances.
- The 12 other Shorewomen to notch their 100th career point since 2011 are Sarah Cannon '11 (2011 vs. Virginia Wesleyan), Kalli Parrish '12 (2012 vs. Randolph-Macon), Corinne Ziccardi '13 (2012 at Muhlenberg), Mollie Shipley '13 (2013 vs. Rowan), Carly Eisenbrandt '14 (2013 vs. Franklin & Marshall), Emily Hubley '15 (2013 vs. Swarthmore), Caroline Lovett '15 (2015 vs. Swarthmore), Alli Dudley '17 (2016 vs. Lynchburg), Katherine Vincent '17 (2016 at Muhlenberg), Carley Kendall '16 (2016 at Swarthmore), Cecily Docktor '19 (2018 at Christopher Newport) and Kristy Grovom '19 (2019 vs. Coast Guard).
- Prior to today the Shorewomen had blanked the Owls the prior three meetings at Bryn Mawr, 23-0 in 2013, 16-0 in 2015 and 18-0 in 2017. The last time Bryn Mawr scored a home goal versus Washington was in 2011, a 17-6 WC win. The Shorewomen held the Owls off the scoreboard at Bryn Mawr for 187:18 of action.
- Washington is 5-0 in Centennial play for the second consecutive season.
4/17 v. Haverford – 7:00 p.m. (Centennial Conference game)
- Washington won 16-11 last season at Haverford and have won the past five meetings.