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UMBC FIELD HOCKEY ANNOUNCES 2005 SCHEDULE
Head Coach Kristy Hartman Mumma and the Retrievers host six home games in 2005.
After opening the season on the road at
The Retrievers finally play their first home games Sept. 10 and 14 when they host
Another highlight of the 2005 schedule comes on Sept. 25, when UMBC hosts Appalachian State. The last two times the team has faced off, the games have gone into overtime. In 2003, the Retrievers won 3-2 on penalty strokes, but the Mountaineers got their revenge last year, winning 3-2 in double overtime.
“Having them at home on our field is a great advantage,” Hartman Mumma said. “Appalachian State is always tough. It’s a good warm-up for [conference play].”
The Appalachian State game is the midway point on the Retrievers’ season and the last before America East league play begins Oct. 1 at
UMBC also hosts
“With Northeastern gone, it changes the conference dynamics,” she said. “Northeastern was dominating the league, so conference play will be even closer this year. It’s a good opportunity to finally get our first conference win.”
The Retrievers close out their regular season Oct. 29 at
The America East Championships are Nov. 4 and 6, with the top four teams in the league battling for the conference title. UMBC has never advanced to the postseason.