SPARKS — Washington’s Cecily Docktor and Madison Schutz have been tapped for the Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association all-star game for seniors from Division III schools.

The all-senior game is Saturday on Tireney Field at US Lacrosse headquarters in Baltimore County. The opening draw is at 11:30 a.m. There is no admission fee.

Docktor, an attacker from Wellesley, Mass., is an All-Metro Region and All-Centennial Conference performer. As a senior, she led the 12-6 Shore ladies in assists (43), points (70) and draw controls (101), establishing a single-season program record for draw controls.

At the end of the year all-sports assembly, Docktor was named the team MVP in lacrosse and received the Thomas Reeder Spedden Medal for academic standing and achievement in athletics.

She is third all-time at Washington in career assists (94), sixth in career points (227), eighth in career goals (133) and ninth in career draw controls (111).

Schutz is an All-Metro Region, All-Centennial Conference and All-America defender. As a junior in 2018, she was conference coaches’ choice as defender of the year after leading the Centennial with 43 caused turnovers.

She missed nine games this spring due to injury.

Schutz (John Carroll High School) is the 2019 recipient of the Senior Athletic Award for achieving the most in athletics at Washington.

She is third in program history with 95 caused turnovers.

Over the last four years, with Docktor and Schutz on the roster, Washington went 46-25 and appeared in three Centennial Conference tournament semifinals.

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