Two-time letter winner for Blue Hens • adds speed, quickness and stick skills to the midfield unit • two career hat tricks • 12th in program history with 62 career draw controls.
Member of team’s leadership council alongside Coley Ricci, Mary Abram, Megan Santoleri, Sarah Ashwood, Sarah Comstock and Isabelle Schmitt.
Member of team’s leadership council alongside Megan Santoleri, Abby Wheble and Coley Ricci • started 15 of 17 games played for Delaware • led the Hens with a career-best 36 draw controls, a mark good to tie for ninth in the record books • tied for fifth on the team with 21 goals and 24 points • tied for third on the team with four 8-meter goals • tallied at least one point in all but three contests • registered at least two goals in seven games • accumulated eight multi-point games • posted second career hat trick in 17-7 win over William & Mary (April 24) • added a career-high 17 ground balls • fifth for the Blue Hens with 37 shots on goal and seventh with 44 shots • picked up three ground balls against No. 11 Princeton (April 3) • tied a career-best with four draw controls vs. George Washington (Feb. 16), La Salle (Feb. 23), at Stony Brook (March 19) and the Tribe • forced two Georgetown turnovers in season-opening 10-6 win in Washington, D.C. (Feb. 12) • CAA Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll.
Key contributor during rookie campaign who appeared in all 18 games while starting 11 for the Blue Hens • CAA All-Rookie Team honoree • finished second on the team with 26 draw controls • posted 10 points on nine goals and one assist • added 16 groundballs and six caused turnovers • registered first career goal and draw control in team’s 22-2 rout of Lafayette (Feb. 17) • tallied first career hat trick in ESPN3 contest at Monmouth (March 4) • collected three groundballs twice on the year • tabulated a season-high four draw controls versus Temple (March 14) • dished out lone assist of the year in win over Elon (April 5) • recorded a groundball and caused turnover in CAA semifinals game at Delaware Stadium against James Madison (May 1).
Four-year varsity lacrosse starter at West Morris Mendham • First Team All-County, First Team All-Conference, Second Team All-State, Academic All-American and All-American honorable mention selection • collected 144 career goals and 45 career assists • guided the team to four North Group 3 championships and a conference championship in 2014 • played for coaches Lauren Yee and Jessica Shoulberg • also a starting midfielder and County Honorable Mention for the soccer team under head coach Mark Lahey • National Honors Society student • member of the Student Council.
Rebecca “Becky” Lynn Gohsler [go—slurr] • born June 30, 1996 in Princeton, N.J. • daughter of Jane Ikeda and Dr. Steven Gohsler • has two older brothers, Eric and Danny • both parents served in the Air Force • mom and aunt were both swimmers at Franklin & Marshall College • cousin, Casey Ikeda, was a defender for the nationally-ranked Maryland men’s lacrosse team while other cousin, Jamie Ikeda, was a defender for back-to-back men’s lacrosse NCAA Champion Duke • majoring in communications with a minor in advertising and business administration • enjoys volunteering, traveling and watching Netflix • lists favorite sports teams as the New York Yankees and Philadelphia Eagles • has taken two mission trips and volunteers at a local soup kitchen • can juggle • shares a birthday with Olympic gold medalist Michael Phelps.
Goals: 3 – 2x, last vs. William & Mary, 4/24/16
Assists: 1 – 4x, last at Hofstra, 4/17/16
Points: 3 – 3x, last vs. William & Mary, 4/24/16
Shots: 6 at Stony Brook, 3/19/16
SOG: 6 at Stony Brook, 3/19/16
FPG: 1 – 4x, last vs. James Madison, 4/22/16
FGS: 2 – 3x, last at Stony Brook, 3/19/16
Ground Balls: 3 – 3x, last vs. No. 11 Princeton, 4/3/16
Draw Controls: 4 – 5x, last vs. William & Mary, 4/24/16
Caused Turnovers: 2 – 2x, last at Georgetown, 2/12/16