May 19, 2022
Dorr Becomes First All-American in Catawba Women's Lacrosse History
Dorr, now the most decorated goalkeeper in Catawba College women’s lacrosse history, became the first player to be named to All-Region last week when she was named a First Team performer. Today, she made even more history and made her mark in the record book by becoming the first Lady Indian to be an All-American in the sport of women’s lacrosse. Only four goalkeepers in the country made the All-American list, and Dorr was one of five total student-athletes on the list from the South Atlantic Conference.
The Chesapeake Beach, Maryland native put a historic end to her four-year career with a stellar senior season which was capped off with today’s honor. Dorr led the country and set a program record in save percentage by stopping 54.2 percent of shots sent her way. She also ranked inside the top-ten among Division II athletes in four different categories including ground balls per game (2nd), total saves (3rd), saves per game (7th), and caused turnovers per game (9th).
Historically, Dorr will go down as the top goalkeeper in program history in numerous statistical categories. Her 212 total saves, 85 ground balls, and 41 caused turnovers this season were all new program records. In her career, Dorr finished with a .499 save percentage and averaged just over 12 saves per game, the most of any goalkeeper in school history. She also recorded 180 career ground balls, 106 caused turnovers, and 555 career saves, all of which rank second all-time in Catawba history.
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