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UMBC FIELD HOCKEY DROPS CONFERENCE CONTEST TO BOSTON UNIVERSITY, 6-0
Tiffany Deinzer notched her nation-leading ninth defensive save against Boston University.
Baltimore, Md.-The UMBC field hockey team (1-9, 0-2 America East) fell to America East Conference foe Boston University (9-3, 2-0 America East), 6-0, Saturday afternoon at a rain-soaked UMBC Stadium.
Amy Seaman got the scoring started for the Terriers at the 9:39 mark, and
The score remained the same through the early part of the second period before Ashley Parker notched two unassisted goals for the Terriers within less than three minutes of each other, at 52:45 and 55:39, respectively. Colleen McClay converted a penalty corner from Sarah Shute at 63:26 to give
Senior defender Tiffany Deinzer (
Sophomore goalie Ashley Benitez (Sykesville, Md./Century) played the first 65:10 between the pipes for the Retrievers, recording a career-high 13 saves while allowing five goals before junior Kathryn Tag (Havre de Grace, Md./Havre de Grace/U.S. Merchant Marine Academy) took over for the final 4:50 of play, tallying two saves while allowing one Terrier goal.
The Terriers out-shot UMBC 27-4 and held a 15-1 advantage on penalty corners.
The Retrievers return to action tomorrow, as they travel to