Hubley and Lovett Each Score Four Goals and Hand Out Two Assists
CAMDEN, N.J. – Seniors, midfielder Emily Hubley (West Chester, Pa./Bayard Rustin) and attacker Caroline Lovett (Lancaster, Pa./Penn Manor) each had game-highs of four goals, two assists and six points as visiting Washington College tallied an 18-2 win over host Rutgers-Camden in a non-conference women's lacrosse game on Monday night at Rutgers-Camden Community Park. The Shorewomen improve to 3-2 on the season, while the Scarlet Raptors drop to 1-6.
Hubley's four goals give her 158 career goals and she climbed up to fourth place all-time on the Shorewomen goal scoring list. She entered tonight's contest tied for sixth place at 154 goals with Maggy Kilroy '00 and just one behind Suzie Jakub '09 who tallied 155. She trails now Sarah Coste '91 (225 goals), Casey Sawma '04 (196) and Janet Studdiford '04 (173). Her six points leaves her just two points shy of 200 all-time points at 198 points. Her 198 points ranks her sixth in program history.
Hubley, who tied Jakub on the game's first goal 4:15 into the game, became fourth all-time with 21:54 to go in the first half on a free position score to make it 3-0. The two goals sandwiched a Lovett tally with 22:56 left in the half. Freshman midfielder Rachael Shaw (Bechtelsville, Pa./Boyertown) made it 4-0 with 17:48 remaining in the opening half on a feed from senior attacker Catherine Stanley (Freeland, Md./Hereford). Natalie DiCarlo would get the Scarlet Raptors on the board with 15:33 left in the half to cut it to 4-1, but Washington would score the next three times to make it 7-1 with 9:52 to go on a goal by sophomore attacker Katherine Vincent (Wilton, Conn./Wilton). The Shorewomen, who scored the last 11 goals of the game, took an 11-2 lead into half and scored all seven of the contest's goals in the second half.
Vincent had four points on three goals and one helper, while Shaw and sophomore midfielder Cara Pascarella (Dix Hills, N.Y./Half Hollows Hills East) had two goals for two points and sophomore midfielder Alli Dudley (New Windsor, Md./Francis Scott Key) had a pair of points on a goal and helper. Also scoring a goal for WC in the win was senior defender Liz Godorov (Cherry Hill, N.J./Cherry Hill West), who also had a game-high four draw controls, and sophomore attacker Sarah Matanin (Parkton, Md./Hereford). Stanley had an assist in the win. Sophomore defender Daniela Falcone (Potomac, Md./Connelly School of the Holy Child) had a game-best and career-high five ground balls. She also had three caused turnovers to lead all players, matching her personal-best. In goal, sophomore goalkeeper Haylee Solomon (Wantagh, N.Y./Sanford H. Calhoun) made a two saves in playing the first 37:10 of the game. Sophomore goalkeeper Maddie Mullen (Fair Haven, N.J. / Rumson-Fair Haven Regional) played the final 22:50 of the contest and stopped the only shot on goal she faced.
DiCarlo factored in both goals for Rutgers-Camden as she had a goal and an assist. Atenas Muniz and Victoria Heifet each had three ground balls to lead the hosts. In goal, Alexa Rocks stopped five shots.
The Shorewomen outshot the Scarlet Raptors, 31-11, and won 15 of the game's 22 draw controls. Washington was a perfect 10-for-10 in clears, while Rutgers-Camden was 10-for-11, while the hosts held a 22-21 edge in ground balls. The Shorewomen went 3-for-4 in free position shots, while the Scarlet Raptors were 0-for-4.
Washington College is back in action on Wednesday afternoon at 4:00 p.m. when they travel to the university named after the mother of George Washington, Mary Washington in a non-conference contest in Fredericksburg, Virginia.