Women's Lacrosse Earns Four All-Conference Honors

Photos by Matt O'Haren
Photos by Matt O'Haren

(Carlisle, Pa.) – The Dickinson women's lacrosse team had four players named to the 2019 All-Centennial Conference Team, announced on Wednesday. The Red Devils had three First-team selections and one honorable mention while senior McKenzie Rambusch (Madison, N.J./Madison) was named to the All-Centennial Conference Sportsmanship Team.

Senior Anne Dunster (Cos Cobb, Conn./Greenwich) was a First-team selection on attack, making her third appearance on the All-CC squad, earning First-team honors in 2018 and honorable mention as a sophomore. Dunster capped a brilliant career with an outstanding senior season, breaking the school record for points in a season and ranking fifth in the conference with 77 points.

Dunster cracked the program's top 10 with 44 goals and 33 assists to rank sixth and third, respectively, and moved into second all-time with 224 career points and 90 assists. She finished fifth in career goals, scoring 134 times in 68 games a Red Devil. Dunster set the conference playoff record, scoring eight goals in the opening round match-up with Haverford and holds the program record for assists by a first-year, handing out 21 in her rookie season in 2016.

Sophomore Laurie Travaglini (Darien, Conn./Darien) was a First-team selection in the midfield, playing a key role on the Red Devil defense and in transition. She ranked second in the conference with 43 ground balls and was fourth with 29 caused turnovers on the year.

She forced three turnovers and controlled five GBs in a big win at Muhlenberg and tallied four caused turnovers and four GBs in the first round of the conference playoffs. She tallied 10 goals and handed out three assists, starting all 17 games this season. She raised her career marks to 76 GBs and 50 caused turnovers in just two seasons.

Sophomore Clare Janzer (Havertown, Pa./Haverford) makes her first appearance on the All-CC Squad as a sophomore, earning First-team recognition on defense. Janzer continued to get better every game and has become a key component to the Red Devil defense.

She has developed into a true shutdown defender, keeping opponent's top scorers in check while drawing the toughest defensive assignments. She held the conference's leading scorer to just a pair of goals in their first meeting and scoreless in the first half of the conference playoff game. Janzer forced 15 turnovers and controlled 20 GBs on the year. In addition, she played a key role in transition as the Red Devils had a successful clear rate of 84 percent.

Sophomore Mack Maurer (Charlottesville, Va./St. Anne's Belfield) received honorable mention after another great season in the midfield. A two-year starter, Maurer was relentless on the draw, controlling 62 on the year to rank sixth in the CC. She ranks sixth on the program's single season list as well, raising her career total to 97. In addition, she tallied 21 goals and was second on the team with 20 assists.

Maurer had a great outing against #3-ranked Washington & Lee, handing out five assists to go with a goal and four draw controls. She pulled in a season-high eight draws in a win at McDaniel.

The Red Devils broke into the national rankings, moving up to #-22 in the weekly coaches' poll. They finished 11-6 overall and 6-3 in the conference, earning the #4-seed.