Schutz and Docktor Earn IWLCA All-Metro Region Honors

Schutz and Docktor Earn IWLCA All-Metro Region Honors

Schutz Selected To First Team and Docktor Named To Second Team

GRAND LAKE, Colo. – Washington College junior defender Madison Schutz (Bel Air, Md./John Carroll) and junior attacker Cecily Docktor (Wellesley, Mass./Wellesley) have been selected All-Metro Region by the Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association (IWLCA).  Schutz was named to the first team, while Docktor garnered a spot on the second team.  Both were picked all-region for the first time.

Schutz, the 2018 Centennial Conference Defensive Player of the Year and All-Centennial first team pick, is the current conference leader in ground balls (56) and caused turnovers (43) on her way to becoming the first Shorewoman Lacrosse player to win a player of the year award in the conference as she started in all 18 games for Washington this spring.  Schutz had a ground ball and a caused turnover in every game this season, including career-bests of seven ground balls and five caused turnovers in a 16-11 victory at #25 Haverford on April 18.  The junior also won 37 draw controls which was good for third on the squad.  A two-time All-Centennial Conference first team selection, Schutz is the first Shorewomen to be on the first team since Emily Hubley '15 was named to the first team for the third straight year in 2015.  

Docktor, a 2018 All-Centennial Conference first team pick, led the Shorewomen in goals (41), assists (27) and points (68) as she tallied career-highs in all three categories, while scooping up 21 ground balls.  At the time of this release, she ranks second in points, fifth in helpers and 10th in points in the conference.  In Centennial games, she was third in points, fifth in assists and sixth in goals.  The junior had a career-best nine points in a 16-12 victory over Dickinson on March 24.  Docktor tallied her 100th career point at Christopher Newport on March 13, her 100th all-time goal at #5 Franklin & Marshall on April 21 and her 150th point of her career on April 25 against Swarthmore.  She gives the Shorewomen a second team all-region pick in as many years as Katherine Vincent '17 was named All-Metro second team in 2017.   

It is the first time since 2014 that Washington has had two players earn all-region honors as Hubley landed on the first team and Carly Eisenbrandt '14 was named to the second team.

Since 2013, the Shorewomen have had seven all-region selections with Hubley earning all-region three times and Docktor, Eisenbrandt, Schutz and Vincent all being named all-region once.

Both Schutz and Docktor are now eligible to be considered for IWLCA All-America honors.  The IWLCA All-American teams will be announced in June.