CHESTERTOWN, Md.- Defender Liz Godorov and midfielder Emily Hubley, both of whom will be seniors in the fall, were named the team's captains for the 2014-15 academic year by Washington College head women's lacrosse coach Heidi Yetman.
Godorov, of Cherry Hill, N.J., transitioned back to defense last spring and earned All-Centennial Conference second-team honors after tying for the team lead in ground balls with 26 and finishing second on the team in caused turnovers with 15.
Godorov had two goals, two assists, and 18 draw controls last season. Two years ago, in a more offensive role, she scored 16 goals and handed out five assists.
Hubley, of West Chester, Pa., who also served as a captain in 2013-14, is a three-time All-Centennial Conference selection, two-time All-Region choice, and 2014 first-team All-American.
Hubley holds the career, single-season and single-game school records for draw controls with 169, 85, and 11, respectively. This past spring, she led the Shorewomen in goals (51), points (60), draw controls (68), and caused turnovers (18) and tied Godorov for the team lead in draw controls (26).
The Shorewomen finished the 2014 season ranked 17th in Division III after posting an 11-5 overall and 7-2 Centennial Conference record. Washington advanced to the Centennial Conference semifinals for the fourth consecutive season.