Lacrosse Concludes Season with Senior Day

April 28, 2018

Final Stats

WASHINGTON – In its final game of the season, the George Washington lacrosse team was within one of Davidson after the first half, but the Colonials could not contain the Wildcats in the game’s second stanza, falling 15-10.

Davidson was the first to strike, making two quick tallies to lead 2-0 just three minutes into the game. Senior co-captain Jocelyn Donohue put GW on the board four minutes later from the free position, before Davidson added another goal to increase its lead to 3-1 with 19:34 to play. The two teams continued to trade goals before sophomore Katie Quinn and Donohue made back-to-back tallies to tie the game up at four. The Wildcats regained the lead at the 6:10 mark, but senior Camaryn Kerns evened the score once again with five minutes to play in the half. Davidson made one more strike with six seconds left on the clock to go into the break with the 6-5 advantage.

The Colonials came out hot in the second half, with Kerns registering two consecutive goals to give the Buff and Blue a 7-6 lead. The Wildcats rebounded with a 6-0 surge and continued to control the ball for the majority of the half. Quinn, Donohue, and Kerns all added one more goal to the Colonials’ offensive effort, but Davidson found the back of the net nine times in the second half to pull away with the 15-10 victory.


  • The Colonials celebrated seniors Jocelyn Donohue, Camaryn Kerns, Brooke Sands, and Adele Wise in a Senior Day ceremony prior to today’s opening draw.


  • Kerns paced the team with a career-high four goals and finishes the season with 44 points (40g, 4a), a mark that ranks second on the squad.

  • Donohue tallied a trio of goals against the Wildcats and has made multiple tallies in 16 of 17 games in 2018. The co-captain closes the season leading the team with a career-high 49 points and 46 goals.

  • The Colonials held a 23-19 advantage in ground balls over Davidson. Freshman Michaela Bartley picked up a season-high six while fellow-freshman Cassie Scandalios snagged five.

  • Freshman keeper Jenna Oler made five saves between the pipes to close the season with 207 saves, a mark that ranks first in program history.
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