Hubley & Shipley Land on First Team
LANCASTER, PA -- Four members of the Washington College women's lacrosse team have earned All-Centennial Conference honors in a vote conducted by the conference's 10 head coaches. Senior attacker Mollie Shipley (Denville, NJ/Morris Catholic) and sophomore midfielder Emily Hubley (West Chester, PA/Bayard Rustin) were named to the first team, while senior attacker Corinne Ziccardi (Baltmore, MD/Loch Raven) and senior goalie Stephanie Seibert (Clear Spring, MD/Mercersburg Academy [PA]) were named to the second team.
Shipley handed out a single-season school-record 56 assists this season for Washington to go along with 28 goals. Her 84 points were second-most on the team. Through the end of the conference tournament, she led all Centennial Conference players in assists and was ranked fourth in the conference in total points. She twice handed out seven assists in a single game this season for the Shorewomen, tying a 30-year old school record. This is the second All-Centennial Conference honor for Shipley, who was named an honorable mention as a freshman.
Hubley had a monster all-around season for Washington, scoring a team- and conference-leading 64 goals and handing out 23 assists. Her team-best 87 points this season rank her third among Centennial Conference players, while her single-season school-record 85 draw controls rank her third in the conference. She also finished the season third in the conference in ground balls with a team-best 53 and led the conference in caused turnovers with 38. Twice this season she controlled 11 draws in a single game, a school record. Last season, Hubley was named to the All-Centennial Conference second team.
Ziccardi scored 38 goals, third-most on the team, and recorded 27 assists, second-most on the team, to finish third on the team in total points behind Hubley and Shipley with 65. She completed the season ranked second among Centennial Conference players in free-position goals with 15. Ziccardi was an All-Centennial Conference firs-team selection a year ago.
Seibert is a repeat second-team selection. Her 9.81 goals-against average was fourth-best in the conference while her 44.7% save percentage ranked fourth. Her 135 total saves currently leads all Centennial Conference players while her 35 ground balls were the most by any goalie in the conference this season.
The Shorewomen finished the season 13-5 and advanced to the Centennial Conference Tournament for the third year in a row.