Ziccardi Has Big Day, and Shoremen Down Mules

Muhlenberg broke through to tie the score at 15-15 with 11:04 remaining on a goal by Bellini off a Certosimo helper, but Ziccardi put the Shorewomen back in front with a free-position goal with 7:16 left and Eisenbrandt followed with a goal with 6:36 to give Washington the 17-15 advantage. Muhlenberg cut the lead to 17-16 when Certosimo found Umbach for a goal with 5:11 remaining, but could get no closer.

Bartee won the ensuing draw for the Shorewomen who ran the clock all the way down to 51 seconds before Hetrick caused a Washington turnover. The Mules were able to clear the ball but a caused turnover by sophomore defender Meredith Callis (Baltimore, MD/Roland Park Country School) gave the Shorewomen the ball back with 15 seconds to go. Washington was able to complete the clear and run out the clock to hold on for the win.

Ziccardi, who now has 75 career goals and 28 career assists for 103 points, is the 20th player in team history to reach 100 career points and the second this season, joining Parrish. Parrish finished with three goals and a career-best three assists for a career-high six points for Washington, while Hubley matched her career highs in goals and points by finding the back of the net on all four of her shots. Eisenbrandt added two goals and one assist, while Shipley had a goal and two assists. Bartee controlled a career-high seven draws to go along with her goal.

Davin fired in five goals for the Mules in the loss, while Certosimo handed out six helpers and scored one goal to go along with a game-best nine draw controls. Umbach finished with four goals and two assists, while Bellini added four goals of her own.

Both teams shot over 50% in the game with the Shorewomen finding the back of the net on 17 of their 28 shots and the Mules converting on 16 of their 30.

The Shorewomen return to action Tuesday with a 7:00 p.m. Centennial Conference home game against Bryn Mawr.

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