Ziccardi Lands on First Team
LANCASTER, PA -- Four Washington College women's lacrosse players have earned All-Centennial Conference recognition in a vote conducted by the conference's head coaches. Junior attacker Corinne Ziccardi (Baltimore, MD/Loch Raven) was named to the first team, junior goalie Stephanie Seibert (Clear Spring, MD/Mercersburg Academy [PA]) and freshman midfielder Emily Hubley (West Chester, PA/Bayard Rustin) were named to the second team, and sophomore midfielder Carly Eisenbrandt (Baltimore, MD/Towson) was tabbed as an honorable mention.
Ziccardi is the first Shorewoman to be named to the first team since Brittany Lambert in 2009. She led the Shorewomen in both goals (41) and points (57) this season and finished second on the team in assists (16). She also led the team in free-position goals (14) and shots (89). She led the conference in game-winning goals with six, finished seventh in the conference in points per game (3.56), finished eighth in the conference in goals per game (2.56), and tied for 11th in the conference in assists per game (1.00).
Seibert finished third in the conference in goals-against-average with a 10.94 mark and sixth in the league in both save percentage and saves per game with .423 and 7.67, respectively. She also led the Shorewomen with 41 ground balls and finished fourth on the team with 11 caused turnovers this season. She was fourth in the conference in ground balls per game with 2.73. She is the first Washington College women's lacrosse goalie to earn All-Conference honors since Ashley Crisler was named an honorable mention in 2003.
Hubley is the first Shorewoman lacrosse player ever to earn first- or second-team All-Centennial Conference honors as a freshman. Her 28 goals this season - third-most on the team - came on just 42 shots. She also handed out four assists to finish with 32 points. Her 16 caused turnovers led the team, her 32nd ground balls were second-most on the team, and her 16 draw controls tied for fourth on the team.
Eisenbrandt finished second on the team in both points (41) and goals (30) and was third on the team with 11 assists. She also tied Hubley for fourth on the team with 16 draw controls.
The Shorewomen's four All-Centennial selections are their most in a single season since having six players honored in 2004.