Just What The Docktor Ordered! - Sophomore Scores Tying and Winning Goals In Shorewomen’s 10-9 Dramatic Overtime Comeback Win Over Fords

Just What The Docktor Ordered! -  Sophomore Scores Tying and Winning Goals In Shorewomen’s 10-9 Dramatic Overtime Comeback Win Over Fords

Vincent Tallies Game-Bests of Five Goals and Five Points While Solomon Stops 13 Shots

CHESTERTOWN, Md. – Sophomore Cecily Docktor (Wellesley, Mass./Wellesley) scored the game-tying goal with 1.1 seconds left in regulation and tallied the game-winning score on a free position shot 23 seconds into overtime for her only two goals of the game to give host Washington College a 10-9 come-from-behind win over visiting Haverford Wednesday night at Kibler Field at Roy Kirby, Jr. Stadium in Centennial Conference women's lacrosse action.   

Washington College 10 Haverford 9 (OT)

How It Happened
- Katherine Vincent scored her fifth goal of the game with 12:22 left in the second half on a free position score to tie the game at 8-8 as the tally capped a 6-1 run by the Shorewomen who trailed 7-2 with 20:57 remaining in the half.
- Haverford would retake the lead with 6:55 to go in regulation when Sarina Manetta scored her fourth goal of the contest with Kate Sollee tallying the assist to put the guests ahead 9-8.
- After the Fords forced a turnover with 25 seconds left, Haverford tried to run the clock out, but threw the ball away and Washington's Caitlin Donovan picked up the ball with 10 seconds left.  Donovan found Madison Acra who found Docktor and Docktor's bounce shot from the right side from about eight yards out found the back of the net to level the game at 9-9 with 1.1 ticks remaining and sent the game to OT. 
- Madison Schutz won the draw control to start overtime and the ball eventually got to Docktor who was fouled by a Haverford player leading to a free position shot.  Docktor would bounce her shot into the upper left corner of the goal to give the Shorewomen the golden goal victory in a game that Washington never led in until the end. 
- In the first half, the Fords scored three goals in a 1:36 span to take a 3-0 lead on an Allie Gibbons goal from Julia Manetta with 26:15 left in the first half.  Sarina Manetta started the scoring on an unassisted tally 2:09 into the game and Maeve Gaffney made it 2-0 with 26:42 to go in the opening half on a helper from Molly Lausten.  Haverford scored on its first three shots of the contest.
- Washington scored its lone goal of the first half with 21:29 left in the first when Vincent scored from the seat of her pants from 10 yards out after she had been knocked down by a Haverford defender.
- Sarina Manetta capped the first half scoring with 11:03 left in the first with her sister Julia Manetta notching the assist to give the guests a 4-1 lead. 
- Gaffney pushed Haverford's lead to 5-1 with the first goal of the second half 4:32 into the half on a free position.
- After Vincent responded with a free position of her own with 25:05 left to trim the Fords' lead to 5-2, Haverford scored two goals in 28 seconds to extend its lead to a game-high five goals at 7-2 with 20:57 to go on a Sarina Manetta goal off of a Eliza Brosgol feed.  Gibbons scored from Julia Manetta 28 seconds earlier to give the Fords a 6-2 cushion.
- Lauren Brenner began Washington's comeback 19 seconds after the Fords' seventh score when she scored unassisted after winning the draw control to cut the lead to 7-3
- Emily Pantazes cashed in on a free position shot with 16:21 left in the second to reduce the lead to 7-4 before Maura Grant gave Haverford an 8-4 lead just 18 seconds later on a feed from Julia Manetta.
- Vincent registered a free position score with 15:41 left to cut the lead to 8-5 and that sparked a spurt of four unanswered goals for the hosts.  Vincent scored with 13:48 to go that completed a transition opportunity on a pass from Acra and the Fords' lead was down to just 8-6. 
- Emily Pantazes reduced the visitors' lead to 8-7 with 12:54 left and Vincent tied the game 32 ticks later on her third free position tally of the night.

For The Shorewomen (9-4, 4-2 CC)
- Scoring: Vincent (game-bests of five goals and five points), Docktor and Emily Pantazes (two goals each), Acra (two assists)
- In Goal: Haylee Solomon (60:23, 13 saves, nine goals)
- Vincent had three draw controls to tie for game-best and Donovan had three ground balls to tie for tops in the game.
- The Shorewomen outshot the Fords by a 31-25 margin and notched seven caused turnovers.
- WC went 17-for-18 in clears and 5-for-8 in free position shots.
- The hosts had 11 turnovers in the game, one fewer than the guests 12.

For Haverford (5-8, 1-5 CC)
- Scoring: Sarina Manetta (team-high four goals and tied for squad best with four points), Julia Manetta (game-best four assists and four points to tie for team-high), Gaffney and Gibbons (two goals each)
 - In Goal: Tatiana Lathion (60:23, seven saves, 10 goals)
- Brosgol won three draws to tie for game-best and Julia Manetta scooped up three ground balls to tie for tops in the game.
- The Fords went 18-for-21 in clears and 1-for-6 in free position chances.
- Haverford had assists on seven of its nine goals in the game. 

Notes
- Docktor was named the Goose Nation TV Shorewomen Player of the Game during the webcast of the game.  It is the third straight home game Docktor has received the award.
- Both teams had 13 ground balls and won 11 draw controls in the game.
- In three career games versus Haverford, Solomon made 42 saves and allowed just 23 goals.
- It was Washington's first overtime win in exactly three years as on April 19, 2014 the Shorewomen won a 12-11 double overtime contest against #5 Gettysburg.
- Since 2000, the Shorewomen have won 14-of-19 against the Fords, have prevailed in six of the past seven and won the previous four in the series.
- The Shorewomen clinched their eighth straight winning season, the longest in program history.

Up Next
4/22 v. #9 Franklin & Marshall – 3:00 p.m. (Centennial Conference game)
- Team's Senior Day as they will honor Solomon, Vincent, Anna Inserra, Maddie Mullen, Cara Pascarella and Maisey Thompson prior to the game.