Denver, Colo.: The Regis University women's lacrosse team went out in style with a 20-9 victory over Adams State in their season finale and notched their 10th win.
Regis (10-5, 8-2 WILA) outshot Adams State (3-9, 2-7 WILA) 46-17 and controlled 25-of-the-31 draw controls in the game. Regis scored the first three goals and then eight-of-the-first nine goals to take command of the game and win wire-to-wire.
Head coach Sarah Kellner was able to play everyone on her bench and for the second time in Regis history, guide her team to at least 10 wins in a season. 10 different players scored goals for Regis with Emily Behr leading the team with seven points scoring four goals and three assists, both game highs.
Maribel Gallegos came off the bench to notch three goals, while Erin Todd, Danica Cutshall, Erin Dybus, Shannon Bryant, and Monica Gorciak each scoring two times. Cutshall led the team with a game-high 10 draw controls.
Cutshall enters her senior season with a school record 152 points, besting the previous mark of 146 by Morgan Taylor (2009-12). Her 70 assists also are a school record, 20 more than the previous record also held by Taylor. She assisted on 30 goals this season, the most in Regis history.
Erin Dybus gathered in three ground balls to lead the team, while Katie King had a career-high five caused turnovers in her first start of her career. Dybus finishes third all-time at Regis with 117 points and just misses the school record in goals with 96, just one short of the record 97.