Doherty becomes just the third Lion to earn All-Region accolades three times, joining Gabby Kozlowski '13CC and Christina Freibott '16CC.
Maeve Doherty picked up a first-team selection, while Katie Dempsey and Jennifer Trieschman, who earned second team and honorable mention status, respectively.
Katie Dempsey made a career-high 15 saves as the Lions complete the 2017 campaign with a 9-8 overall record and a 4-3 mark in Ivy League play.
The Lions will host the nationally-ranked Crimson Sunday on Senior Day.
It all started with a wooden stick when she was five years old. Rebecca Pope has been playing field hockey since she can remember: From junior school to high school and now at Columbia.
Columbia trailed by two in the second half, but rallied to take a 4-3 lead before the Bulldogs' (8-7, 1-5) Bridget Condie scored with 45 seconds left in regulation to knot things up.
The Lions will look to clinch a winning season when they welcome the Bulldogs to the Baker Athletics Complex Saturday.
The Lions (8-7) took the lead five minutes in and never looked back as they picked up their fifth home victory and third shutout of the season.
The Big Green's (6-8, 2-3) Tatum Schultz evened things up at 2-2 in the 55th minute after Katie Spanos feed. In the 77th minute, Taylor Hantman ended things off a scramble play following a corner and two initial shots blocked.
The Lions sit one game behind the Ivy League leaders when they head to Hanover Saturday before wrapping up non-conference play against the Mountain Hawks at home Sunday.
The Lions' (7-6) lone goal was scored by Rebecca Pope in the 49th minute, her first of the season.
Seven saves by goalkeeper Katie Dempsey and first-half scores by Meghan Fahey and Jennifer Trieschman gave the Lions a shutout win over Penn to officially kick off Homecoming weekend.