Shannon Stull Named Landmark Conference Women's Lacrosse Player Of The Week

Shannon Stull Named Landmark Conference Women's Lacrosse Player Of The Week

BALTIMORE, Md. – Shannon Stull (Westminster, Md./Francis Scott Key), a member of the Goucher College women's lacrosse team, has been named the Landmark Conference Player of the Week for the week of February 25-March 3. It is the second time in her career that she has earned the weekly conference honor.

Stull helped the Gophers to a 2-0 week with an offensive attack of 13 goals and three assists for 16 points. The junior posted four goals and two assists for six points in an 11-9 win against Immaculata College on Wednesday. She helped Goucher out of a 4-0 hole by scoring three goals in the first half to cut the margin to 5-4 at the intermission. She then assisted Elizabeth Green (Easton, Pa./Lehigh Valley Charter for the Arts) to tie the game at 7, scored her fourth goal of the day to tie the game at eight and then assisted Camryn Agostino (South Setauket, N.Y./Ward Melville) with 3:57 left to help seal the victory.

Stull then had a game for the ages after posting a career-high nine goals and 10 points in a 23-5 win against Randolph College on Friday. She gave the Gophers a 3-0 lead after scoring two goals in the first two minutes and 34 seconds and then gave Goucher the lead for good with a natural hat trick in a span of two minutes and five seconds to give the team a 6-3 lead. She added two more tallies before halftime and then posted a goal and an assist in the second half. Stull became the first player since Hannah Brown registered 10 points against Southwestern (Texas) on March 19, 2014 to notch 10 points in a game. She is the first player to find the twine eight times since Emily Blatter against Connecticut College on March 21, 2008 and the first player to twinkle the twine nine times in a game for the Gophers since Liz Martin against Villa Julie on April 23, 2001.

Stull leads the team and the conference in goals (19) and points (25) while ranking third in assists (6). She also has seven ground balls, seven draw controls and three caused turovers this season to help the Gophers to their first 3-1 start since 2015.

For her career, she has 83 tallies and seven assists for 90 points. Stull also earned the honor last year for the week of April 2-8, 2018.