Four Land on Conference Academic Honor Roll
LANCASTER, Pa. — Three members of the Washington College women's lacrosse team have earned All-Centennial Conference honors in a vote conducted by the conference's nine head coaches. Senior midfielder Emily Hubley (West Chester, Pa./Bayard Rustin) and senior defender Liz Godorov (Cherry Hill, N.J./Cherry Hill West) were named to the first team, while sophomore attacker Alli Dudley (New Windsor, Md./Francis Scott Key) was named to the second team.
Hubley's first-team honor is her third in a row. She was also named to the All-Centennial Conference second team as a freshman. She is the first player in team history to be both a four-time All-Centennial Conference selection and a three-time first-team selection. She led the Shorewomen in goals with 48, points with 58, draw controls with 43, and caused turnovers with 26. She also had 10 assists on the season. She currently ranks second in the Centennial Conference in caused turnovers and is also in the top 10 for both goals (sixth) and ground balls (tied for seventh).
Godorov lands on the first team after receiving second-team honors a year ago. She finished second on the team in ground balls with 28 and third in both draw controls with 32 and caused turnovers with 14. She was also an offensive threat in transition, scoring nine goals on just 14 shots and also handing out one assist.
Dudley's second-team honors is her first all-conference selection. Her 37 assists this season led all Shorewomen and currently rank her third in the Centennial Conference. She was second among Shorewomen in points with 55, thanks to 18 goals, and in draw controls with 32. She also had 24 ground balls and 12 caused turnovers on the season.
In addition to the All-Conference team being announced, the Centennial Conference Academic Honor Roll for women's lacrosse was released and the Shorewomen had four qualifiers - sophomore defender Daniela Falcone (Potomac, Md./Connelly School of the Holy Child), junior defender Rachel Kurtz (Sykesville, Md./McDonogh School), sophomore midfielder Cara Pascarella (Dix Hills, N.Y./Half Hollows Hills West), and sophomore goalie Haylee Solomon (Wantagh, N.Y./Sanford H. Calhoun). All four are first-time members of the Academic Honor Roll. Falcone and Solomon are Biology majors, Kurtz is a Math and Computer Science major, and Pascarella is an Economics major.
To be named to the Centennial Conference Academic Honor Roll, a student-athlete must be a sophomore, junior or senior; a starter or key reserve on her team; and carry at least a 3.40 cumulative grade-point average. A key reserve is defined as a reserve who appeared in at least 50% of her team's contests.