Shorewomen Hold Off Late Run for 13-10 Win

Photo by Matt O'Haren
Photo by Matt O'Haren

(CHESTERTOWN, Md.) – The Dickinson women's lacrosse team suffered a 13-10 setback at Washington College in the season finale on Saturday.

The Shorewomen jumped out to an early 3-0 lead in the opening five minutes. Erika Bloes (Riverside, Conn./Greenwich) and Maddy Gesner (West Newton, Mass./Kimball Union Academy) scored back-to-back to break up the run.

Liv Yeagle (Collegeville, Pa./Spring-Ford) and Emma Godfrey (Denver, Colo./Cherry Creek) traded scores with Washington to make the score, 5-4, with just over eight minutes to play in the half.

The Shorewomen scored twice before Bloes found the net in the final minute to move the score to 7-5 at the break.

Godfrey finished an assist from Laurie Travaglini (Darien, Conn./Darien) early in the second before Colleen Keefe netted a natural hat-trick to give Washington an 11-6 advantage.

Travaglini dished out another, finding Ashley Fearey (Towson, Md./Bryn Mawr) at the 12:56 mark.

The Red Devils strung together three straight goals with Godfrey finishing an assist from Travaglini and Gesner and Katherine Kerin (Franklin Lakes, N.J./Indian Hill) adding goals to pull Dickinson within two at the 1:53 mark.

Washington tacked on one more for the final of 13-10.

Godfrey led the attack with three goals while Bloes and Gesner each scored twice. Tavaglini added three assists to go with seven draw controls, three ground balls and a pair of caused turnovers.

Greta Holt (Alexandria, Va./Episcopal) controlled four draws while Gesner pulled down four as well. First-year goaltender Ella Marks (Littleton, Colo./Colorado Academy) and Avery Priest (San Rafael, Calif./St. Ignatius Prep) combined for three saves on the day.

The Red Devils finish 2-4 overall and 2-3 in the Centennial Conference.

The Red Devil women's lacrosse team dedicated today's game to healthy relationships. Funds raised in support of this cause will be donated to the One Love Foundation.  

One Love is an organization that educates us all on the most important thing in our lives, LOVE. Founded in honor of Yeardley Love, a UVA women's lacrosse player killed by her ex-boyfriend, One Love calls attention to relationship abuse and its greater risk for women of Yeardley's age group. By highlighting common warning signs of abuse and providing tools to navigate healthy and unhealthy relationships, One Love empowers us to love better. As a women's lacrosse team, we deeply value this organization and know that abuse and fatal violence within relationships is 100% preventable.

 Donations are being collected through the following link.

You can donate to the specific cause by choosing the name of the organization with your donation, or to the general page, to be dispersed evenly between the organizations at the end of the season. The link is live until Sunday May 2nd- so donate now!