Senior Tallies Seven Assists in Win
CHESTERTOWN, Md. — Senior attacker Alison Pantazes (Middletown, Del./Middletown) tied the school record for assists in a single game with seven as the host Washington College women's lacrosse team defeated visiting Randolph-Macon, 16-12, in a non-conference game this afternoon on Kibler Field at Roy Kirby, Jr. Stadium.
Washington College 16, Randolph-Macon 12
How It Happened
- The Yellow Jackets scored the first three goals of the game, taking a 3-0 lead on a Hannah Jones free-position shot with 18:23 left in the first half. The Shorewomen then scored four of the next five goals to even things up on a Cecily Docktor goal off a Pantazes assist with 9:12 on the clock.
- Randolph-Macon regained the lead on a Mary Castle tally with 6:31 to play, but the Shorewomen tied the score again at 5-5 with 12.7 seconds to go before the break on an Aubrey Robinson goal off Docktor assist.
- The Shorewomen scored the first three goals of the second half for an 8-5 lead on a Docktor goal off a Lauren Brenner assist with 22:50 left. Kaylyn Hewes got a goal back for the Yellow Jackets on a free-position shot with 21:43 left, but Washington scored the next three goals for a commanding 11-6 lead, capping things off with a Pantazes assist on a Docktor goal with 16:58 left.
- The Shorewomen went on to build a pair of seven-goal leads, the second coming with 1:47 left when Pantazes notched her record-tying seventh assist on a goal by Lexi Rullo with 1:47 remaining for a 16-9 advantage.
- Randolph-Macon scored three goals in final 78 seconds to provide the final margin.
For the Shorewomen (3-2)
- Scoring Leaders: Pantazes (school record-tying 7 assists); Robinson (5 goals); Docktor (3 goals, 3 assists); Brenner (3 goals, 2 assists)
- In Goal: Isabella Richardson (11 saves, 12 goals allowed, 60:00)
- Caitlin Donovan scooped up six ground balls for the Shorewomen.
- Washington held a 35-31 advantage in shots in the game.
For Randolph-Macon (2-4)
- Scoring Leaders: Castle (3 goals); Hewes (2 goals); McKenzie Hynson (goal, 2 assists); Hannah Jones (2 goals); Lexi Jones (goal, assist); Rachel Jones (goal, assist)
- In Goal: Elicia Wells (11 saves, 13 goals allowed, 50:27); Caraline Cypher (0 saves, 3 goals allowed, 9:33)
- Pantazes, who was named the Goose Nation TV Shorewomen Player of the Game, tallied the fifth seven-assist performance in Washington College women's lacrosse history. Tammy Tiehel set the record in 1983 and was the sole record-holder until 2013 when Mollie Shipley turned in two seven-assist games. Alli Dudley then had a seven-assist game the very next season.
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