Vincent Becomes the 26th Shorewoman Lacrosse Player to Register 100 Career Points While Totaling Career-Highs In Assists (4) and Points (8)
ALLENTOWN, Pa. – Host Muhlenberg got game-highs of seven goals and 10 points from Casey Armstrong on its way to an 18-10 victory over visiting Washington College at Scotty Wood Stadium at Frank Marino Field on Sunday afternoon in a Centennial Conference women's lacrosse game. In the loss, junior attacker Katherine Vincent (Wilton, Conn./Wilton) tallied her 100th career point and had career-highs of four assists and eight points, while tallying a team-best four goals and leading all players in assists. She is the ninth Shorewoman to reach the 100 points in her career since 2011.
Muhlenberg 18 Washington College 10
How It Happened
-The Mules scored the game's first five goals to grab a 5-0 lead just 6:29 into the game on Armstrong's third goal of the game.
- Vincent tallied her 100th career point with 22:35 left in the first half when she scored a free position goal.
-After Cecily Docktor cashed in on a free position to trim Muhlenberg's lead to 7-3 with 17:15 remaining in the opening half, the Mules scored five unanswered goals to take a 12-3 lead with 4:09 left on a Kelsey Nagle goal from Armstrong.
-The hosts took a 13-4 lead into halftime.
-Washington outscored Muhlenberg in the second half by a 6-5 margin and got within seven goals on two occasions. The Mules largest lead of the game was at 17-7 with 16:11 remaining on a Nora Fisher score.
For The Shorewomen (6-5, 1-2 CC)
-Vincent (career-high and game-best four points, team-high and career-best eight points, team-high four goals), Carley Kendall and Cara Pascarella (two goals each), Docktor and Kristy Grovom (one goal and one assist apiece)
-In goal: Maddie Mullen (22:47, 10 goals allowed, three saves), Megan Voss (21:38, seven goals allowed, four saves), Haylee Solomon (15:35, one goal allowed, four saves)
-The Shorewomen were 3-for-4 on free position chances and went 12-for-15 in clears.
For Muhlenberg (8-3, 1-3 CC)
-Armstrong (game-highs of seven points and 10 points, team-best three assists), Nagle (five points, two goals and tied Armstrong for tops in helpers with three), Jordy Bonvini (three goals, four points and contest-best eight draw controls), Fisher (two goals, three points), Stephanie D'Ascoli (two goals)
-In goal: Sara Allison (60:00, 10 goals allowed, 11 saves)
-The Mules went 3-for-6 in free position opportunities and 16-for-19 in clear attempts.
-Muhlenberg outshot Washington by a 38-25 margin in the win and outscooped WC in ground balls by a 19-14 margin.
-The eight other players 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) and junior Alli Dudley (2016 vs. Lynchburg).
-Vincent factored in on five of Washington's six second half goals, scoring twice and passing out three assists. She now has 107 points in her career, tied for 21st all-time with Jenna Gouck '08.
-Both teams won 15 draw controls in the game and each squad turned it over 12 times.
-The loss snaps a five-game Washington winning streak in the series as Muhlenberg won for the first time since a 21-14 win on April 24, 2010 in Chestertown.
4/13 v. Bryn Mawr – 7:00 p.m. (Centennial Conference Game)
-The Shorewomen blanked Bryn Mawr last season 16-0 at Bryn Mawr.