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Four Bobcats Earn All-Conference Honors

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Four Bobcats Earn All-Conference Honors

Contact: Jim Stephan


Coming off its best season in three years of ALC play, Ohio had four players named all-conference: (clockwise from top left) Dana Dobbie, Lynz Keys, Kristen Gombeski and Molly Wurdack.

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    ATHENS, Ohio Coming off their best season in league history, four Ohio Bobcats were rewarded Tuesday as the American Lacrosse Conference announced its all-league teams today. Senior Lynz Keys (Whitby, Ontario) and freshman Dana Dobbie (Guelph, Ontario) were voted by league coaches as members of the first team while Kristen Gombeski (Finksburg, Md.) and Molly Wurdack (Hudson) are on the second team.

    Keys was the leading scorer for the Bobcats this season, tallying 52 goals and 60 points. Through the regular season, she ranked 10th nationally in goals at 3.25 per game.

    Dobbie made an immediate impact despite missing the final five games due to injury. She finished second on the team in both points (48) and goals (30) while leading the Bobcats with 14 assists and 57 draw controls. She set a school record by winning 15 draws at St. Mary's in March.

    Gombeski and Wurdack relied on their overall play for selection to the second team. Gombeski tallied 11 goals and four assists for 15 points while finishing tied for third in draw controls (23) and tying for third in ground balls (26). Wurdack finished fourth in draws (16) and tied for third in ground balls. She scored a single goal on two shots from her defensive position.