LANCASTER, Pa. - The Dickinson women's lacrosse team had three players selected to the All-Centennial Conference Second Team for the 2022 season as junior midfielder Liv Yeagle, sophomore defender Caroline Pirone, and first-year attacker Delaney Herbert garnered the honors for the Red and White as announced by the league office on Tuesday.
Herbert, a native of Elkridge, Maryland, appeared in 11 games, making ten starts in her rookie campaign. She concluded the season leading the Devils in draw controls with 37 while adding 21 goals and nine helpers for a combined 30 points. She also tied for the team lead in free-position goals with five going 5-9 on her attempts. Defensively, she added 11 caused turnovers and ten groundballs. Herbert recorded four multi-goal games, including a seven-point afternoon against Bryn Mawr with six goals as well as an assist to go along with four draw controls in Dickinson's 15-10 victory over the Owls.
Pirone, out of Chevy Chase, Maryland, served as the leader of the DC defense appearing in 14 games, and making 14 starts. She caused a team-high 22 turnovers, which had her ninth in the conference. She also tracked down 32 groundballs good for second on the team. Pirone recorded multiple caused turnovers in seven games during the season, including a season-high four in the season-opening win at Lebanon Valley. In that same contest, she added three groundballs and a draw control. On April 9th in a home victory over Ursinus, she posted four groundballs, forced three turnovers, and added a pair of draws.
Yeagle, a native of Collegeville, Pennsylvania, made 11 starts in her 14 appearances. She led the Red and White in both points (43) and goals (39), while chipping in 30 groundballs and causing 15 turnovers. Yeagle had nine multi-goal games, including one six-goal outburst at home versus Ursinus. She had another six-point game in the season finale at Washington (Md.) where she netted five goals and picked up an assist. At the other end of the field, she recorded a pair of five groundball games against Ursinus and McDaniel, while forcing multiple turnovers in four contests.