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Written by Athletic Communications Intern, Cameron Frank

SPARKS, Md. – The St. Mary’s College of Maryland women’s lacrosse team (4-1) traveled to the US Lacrosse Hall of Fame to take on the Dickinson College Red Devils (2-2) in non-conference action. The Seahawks won in thrilling fashion, defeating Dickinson 11-10 in double-overtime. Kate Bartholomew tallied the game-winning goal. 

St. Mary’s College – 11, Dickinson – 10

How It Happened

  • St. Mary’s College would start the game off strong, as Jayne Barkman drew first blood against Dickinson with a goal assisted by Kate Bartholomew just over three minutes into the game. Kelly Emge would add onto this hot start with a goal assisted by Susanna Schmidt three minutes later to put the Seahawks up by two.
  • However, Dickinson would rally back as Greta Holt scored a free position shot and Liv Yeagle would tie things back up with a goal assisted by Katherine Kerin. The Seahawks; however, wouldn’t go down that easily, as Kate Bartholomew scored a free position shot to put the Seahawks back on top with about 16 minutes left in the first half.
  • Dickinson would eventually respond via an Alex Goles free position shot, but only about 80 seconds later, the Seahawks would retake the lead again with a Lucy Gussio goal, assisted by Nancy Slaughter.
  • However, Dickinson would get hot towards the end of the first half. Chase Landis would score a free position goal with just over five minutes to go, and just 30 seconds later, Katherine Kerin would score unassisted to put Dickenson up for the first time in the game. Dickinson’s lead would increase to two before the half with a Greta Holt goal, assisted by Alex Goles, and it would stay that way when the half ended.
  • Just over two minutes into the second half, Lucy Gussio scored an unassisted goal. This would be the start of another competitive half, as Dickinson refused to give up their two-goal lead. Whenever the Seahawks scored, Dickinson would respond with a goal of their own. Dickinson managed to do this four times in the second half, with the final one being a Maddy Gesner free position shot scored with about four and a half minutes to go.
  • It took the Seahawks two and a quarter minutes to respond, but Emge would score a goal, assisted by Nancy Slaughter, to cut Dickinson’s lead to one. And, sure enough, another goal was scored 35 seconds later. …Only this time, it wasn’t Dickinson responding for the fifth time. Next, Gussio scored via a free position shot to tie the game up, and no team was able to break the tie before the regulation clock struck zero.
  • The first overtime was scoreless, but with just over four minutes to go in the second overtime, Kate Bartholomew finally broke through and scored the sudden death goal to cap off an incredible comeback victory for the Seahawks.

Inside the Box Score

  • Gussio led the team with three goals, including the pivotal final score in regulation. To add, Bartholomew led the team with six shots and five shots on goal.
  • Kate Bartholomew also led the team with three assists for a team-best five points.
  • Stephenie Heffron had a fantastic defensive game. She led the team in caused turnovers, causing six in total. She also led the team by scooping up five ground balls and led the team with five draw controls.
  • Aimbee Uibel had an incredibly heroic game in the net today to earn her third victory. Out of the 25 shots against her goal, she had fifteen saves, including three in the first overtime and one in the second overtime.

Up Next For The Seahawks

  • March 7 at Shenandoah | 4:00 PM | Winchester, VA

David M. Higgins II, Publisher/Editor

David M. Higgins was born in Baltimore and grew up in Southern Maryland. He has had a passion for journalism since high school. After spending many years in the Hospitality Industry he began working in...