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Schedule

W. LACROSSE
Feb 21 - FINAL
La Salle
La Salle
13
Delaware
Delaware
16
W. LACROSSE
Feb 24 - FINAL
Delaware
Delaware
10
Rutgers
Rutgers
14
W. LACROSSE
Feb 28 - FINAL
Monmouth
Monmouth
10
Delaware
Delaware
11
W. LACROSSE
Mar 3 - FINAL
Delaware
Delaware
8
Georgetown
Georgetown
12
W. LACROSSE
Mar 9 - FINAL
Delaware
Delaware
16
Canisius
Canisius
9
W. LACROSSE
Mar 13 - FINAL
Stony Brook
Stony Brook
20
Delaware
Delaware
8
W. LACROSSE
Mar 18 - FINAL
Delaware
Delaware
10
Virginia Tech
Virginia Tech
17
W. LACROSSE
Mar 25 - FINAL
Delaware
Delaware
18
Bryant
Bryant
11
W. LACROSSE
Mar 27 - FINAL
San Diego State
San Diego State
10
Delaware
Delaware
11
W. LACROSSE
Mar 31 - FINAL
Princeton
Princeton
15
Delaware
Delaware
6
W. LACROSSE
Apr 6 - FINAL
Delaware
Delaware
5
James Madison
James Madison
19
W. LACROSSE
Apr 8 - FINAL
Delaware
Delaware
7
Towson
Towson
16
W. LACROSSE
Apr 13 - FINAL
Delaware
Delaware
12
Hofstra
Hofstra
8
W. LACROSSE
Apr 20 - FINAL
Elon
Elon
10
Delaware
Delaware
6
W. LACROSSE
Apr 22 - FINAL
William & Mary
William & Mary
6
Delaware
Delaware
14
W. LACROSSE
Apr 27 - FINAL
Drexel
Drexel
8
Delaware
Delaware
10
W. LACROSSE
May 4 - FINAL
Delaware
Delaware
5
James Madison
James Madison
17
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Becky Gohsler
Player Profile:
Becky Gohsler 1926457
Position: Midfield
Height: 5'3"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Mendham, N.J.
High School: West Morris Mendham
Major: Communications
Experience: 3 Letters

AT DELAWARE
   •  Three-time letter winner for Blue Hens
   •  Active career leader with 80 points, 66 goals, 14 assists and 69 ground balls in 49 games played
   •  Fourth in program history with 105 career draw controls and tied for 14th all-time with 42 caused turnovers
   •  10 career hat tricks
   •  Adds speed, quickness and stick skills to the midfield unit

2017 SEASON
   •  Member of team’s leadership council alongside Coley Ricci, Mary Abram, Megan Santoleri, Sarah Ashwood, Sarah Comstock and Isabelle Schmitt
   •  IWLCA All-Mid Atlantic Region Second Team

   •  All-Colonial Athletic Association First Team
   •  CAA All-Tournament Team
   •  UD Alumni Association Team MVP
   •  Led Delaware in eight statistical categories (points, goals, ground balls, draw controls, free position goals, shots, shots on goal and caused turnovers)
   •  Finished 22nd nationally with 2.07 caused turnovers per game; placed in the Top 100 in eight total categories
   •  Ranked third in the CAA with
2.57 ground balls, fourth with 2.57 goals, 2.07 caused turnovers and 3.07 draw controls and fifth with 3.29 points per game
   •  Fourth in UD single season history with 43 draw controls and 10 free position goals; tied for eighth with 29 caused turnovers
   •  Posted a career-high six draw controls in crucial 16-9 win at Drexel (April 29)
   •  Tied a Delaware Stadium record with a career-best six goals in season-opening 10-9 victory over Georgetown (Feb. 11); also third in stadium history with five caused turnovers and tied for 16th with four goals (vs. No. 14 James Madison and No. 11 Penn)
   •  Registered six points in three different games, all of which came at home
   •  Helped guide the Blue Hens to a 9-8 overall record with a mark of 4-2 in the CAA, which included a berth in the CAA Tournament for the first time since 2015
   •  Tied school CAA Tournament record with three caused turnovers against No. 20 James Madison (May 5)
   •  Tied for third in single game history with five caused turnovers versus No. 4 Colorado (March 29)

   •  Two-time CAA Player of the Week (Feb. 14, April 24)
   •  National 5&10 Best of the Blue Hens Athlete of the Week (Feb. 27)
   •  Chi Alpha Sigma (National College Athlete Honor Society)
   •  IWLCA National Academic Squad
   •  CAA Academic Honor Roll

2016 SEASON
   •  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 Academic Honor Roll

2015 SEASON
   •  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 vs. Temple (March 14)
   •  Dished out lone assist of the year in win over Elon (April 5)
   •  Recorded a ground ball and caused turnover in CAA semifinals game at Delaware Stadium against James Madison (May 1)

HIGH SCHOOL
   •  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
   •  Starting midfielder and County Honorable Mention for the soccer team under head coach Mark Lahey
   •  National Honor Society student
   •  Member of the Student Council

PERSONAL
   •  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

CAREER HIGHS
Goals: 6 vs. Georgetown, 2/11/17
Assists: 3, vs. Rutgers, 2/25/17
Points: 6 – 3x, last vs. James Madison, 4/23/17
Shots: 6 at Stony Brook, 3/19/16
SOG: 10 vs. Georgetown, 2/11/17
FPG: 2 – 2x, last vs. James Madison, 4/23/17
FGS: 2 – 3x, last at Stony Brook, 3/19/16
Ground Balls: 5 - 2x, last at William & Mary, 4/14/17
Draw Controls: 6, at Drexel, 4/29/17
Caused Turnovers: 5, vs. Colorado, 3/29/17

Year GP/GS Goals Assists Points Shots SOG GW FPG-S GB DC CT
2015 18/11 9 1 10 16 12 0 0-1 16 26 6
2016 17/15 21 3 24 44 37 0 4-11 17 36 7
2017 14/13 36 10 46 77 61 2 10-21 36 43 29
2018
Totals 49/39 66 14 80 137 110 2 14-33 69 105 42

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