Rachel Bartee, Washington College
Washington College 18, Bryn Mawr
Nine players scored at least one goal each as host Washington College rolled to an 18-7 Centennial Conference women's lacrosse win over visiting Bryn Mawr tonight on Kibler Field at Roy Kirby, Jr. Stadium. The Shorewomen improved to 7-3 overall and 3-1 in conference play with the win, while the Owls fell to 2-7 and 0-6 with the loss. The Shorewomen fell behind, 3-1, early in the game but ran off 14 unanswered goals to end the firtst half and build a 15-3 lead at the intermission. Washington took just six shots in the second half, scoring on three of them. Senior midfielder Rachel Bartee (Mount Airy, MD/South Carroll) scored four goals on four shots for the Shorewomen, while junior midfielder Mollie Shipley (Denville, NJ/Morris Catholic) matched her career high of six points, tallying two goals and four assists.
Swarthmore 18, Neumann 7
The Swarthmore women's lacrosse team (8-3, 2-2 CC) rattled off 10 goals in the first 19 minutes on play, including junior Annalise Penikis' 100th career Swarthmore goal in the 58 seconds in, en route to an 18-7 clubbing of the Neumann Knights (7-3, 3-1 CSAC) on Tuesday night. After scoring her 100th goal in the first minute of play, Penikis went on to score four more goals over the next 12 minutes of play. Penikis also had an assist in the game. Swarthmore's balanced scoring attack saw 10 players hit the back of the net including four with multiple goals. Freshman Elyse Tierney doubled her goals total for the season with a hat trick while freshman Sara Lentricchia and sophomore Lucy Whitacre added two apiece.
Catholic 19, Haverford 7
Josie Ferri moved to the top spot in the Haverford College women's lacrosse program record book for career draw controls but the Fords fell 19-7 to No. 18 Catholic University in their final non-conference contest of the season Tuesday afternoon at Cardinal Stadium. Tallying five draw controls during the game to give her 143 for her career, Ferri surpassed Casey Sanborn '09 who previously held the record with 141.