Vincent Lands on All-Centennial First Team, Academic Honor Roll & All-Sportsmanship Team also Announced
LANCASTER, Pa. — Junior defender Anna Inserra (Dix Hills, N.Y./Half Hollows Hills West) was named the Scholar-Athlete of the Year, was one of three student-athletes from the Washington College women's lacrosse team to earn All-Centennial Conference honors, and was one of six Shorewomen to land on the conference's Academic Honor Roll as the league announced its annual women's lacrosse awards today.
Junior attacker Katherine Vincent (Wilton, Conn./Wilton) was named to the All-Centennial first team, Inserra landed on the second team, and junior attacker Alli Dudley (New Windsor, Md./Francis Scott Key) was tabbed as an All-Centennial honorable mention in a vote conducted by the conference's head coaches. Inserra, sophomore Madison Acra (Norfolk, Va./Norfolk Academy), senior defender Rachel Kurtz (Sykesville, Md./McDonogh School), junior midfielder Cara Pascarella (Dix Hills, N.Y./Half Hollows Hills East), junior goalie Haylee Solomon (Wantagh, N.Y./Sanford H. Calhoun), and sophomore midfielder Lexi Young (Hardwich, N.J./North Warren Regional) qualified for the Academic Honor Roll, while Kurtz also represented the Shorewomen on the Centennial Conference All-Sportsmanship Team.
Inserra earned the title of Scholar-Athlete of the Year by having the highest cumulative grade-point average through the fall semester among all juniors or seniors on this year's all-conference team. Inserra is a Chemistry major with a 4.0 grade-point average through the fall semester. She also picks up Academic All-Centennial honors by landing on both the All-Centennial list and Academic Honor Roll. On the field, she led the team in draw controls (50) and ground balls (36) and was second in caused turnovers (20). She also scored two goals and assisted on six others this season. She ranks fifth in the conference in draw controls.
Vincent led all Shorewomen in goals (48), assists (25), total points (73), and shots (107) this season. She also ranked third in draw controls (40) and fourth in caused turnovers (14) among all Shorewomen. Her 19 free-position goals were a single-season school record and lead the Centennial Conference. She is currently second in the conference in goals, third in points, and seventh in assists.
This is the second all-conference honor for Dudley, who was named to the second team a year ago. She finished second on the team in assists (22), third in points (47), fourth in goals (25), fourth in ground balls (25), and fourth in draw controls (20). She ranks eighth in the conference in assists.
In order to qualify for the Academic Honor Roll, a student-athlete must be a sophomore, junior or senior and carry at least a 3.40 cumulative grade-point average. Kurtz, Pascarella, and Solomon all qualified for the honor for the second year in a row. Kurtz is a Math and Computer Science major, Pascarella an Economics major, and Young an Economics and Math major. Solomon and Acra are both majoring in Biology.