BaltimoreLacrosseNews.com, Posted 7/23/12
From Press Release
Washington College head women’s lacrosse coach has announced that Meredith Callis of Baltimore, Carly Eisenbrandt (Towson High) of Baltimore, Marissa Restaino (Penncrest) of Media, Pa., Mollie Shipley of Denville, N.J., and Corinne Ziccardi (Loch Raven) of Baltimore, will serve as team captains for the 2012-13 academic year.
Callis, a rising junior and defender, started all 16 games for the Shorewomen last spring, finishing second on the team with 14 caused turnovers and earning a spot on the 2012 Centennial Conference Academic Honor Roll. In 33 career games, she has compiled 57 ground balls, 21 draw controls, and 42 caused turnovers.
Eisenbrandt, a rising junior and midfielder, also started all 16 games for the Shorewomen last spring. She was named a 2012 Centennial Conference Honorable Mention and landed on the 2012 Centennial Conference Academic Honor Roll. She finished second on the team with 30 goals and 41 points and was third in assists with 11 in 2012. In two seasons and 33 career games, she has scored 56 goals and assisted on 21 others.
Restaino, who will begin her senior year this fall, made 15 starts in 16 games in 2012, scoring four goals and assisting on five others. She has earned a spot on the Centennial Conference Academic Honor Roll each of the last two seasons. In 48 career games, she has scored 27 goals, registered 15 assists, scooped up 76 ground balls, and controlled 59 draws.
Shipley also begins her senior year this fall. She started all 16 games in 2012, scoring 20 goals and leading the team with 17 assists. She was third on the team with 37 points and third with 13 caused turnovers. She also tied for third on the team with 25 ground balls. A 2010 All-Centennial Conference honorable mention, she has scored 64 goals, tallied 26 assists, and scooped up 75 ground balls in 48 career games.
Ziccardi, who will also be a senior this fall, was named to the 2012 All-Centennial Conference first team. She led the squad in goals with 41 and points with 57 this past spring. She was also second on the team in assists with 16 and led the team with 14 free-position goals while starting all 16 games. In 48 career games, she has piled up 91 goals, 33 assists, and 124 points.
The Shorewomen are coming off a 10-6 season and their first-ever appearance in the Centennial Conference Championship game. They have posted back-to-back seasons of 10 or more wins for the first time in 12 years.