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Field Hockey Looks to Snap Six-Game Losing Streak Against Penn, Maine
Jessica Smith and the Retrievers host Penn Wednesday afternoon in their final non-conference action of the season.
Baltimore-The UMBC field hockey team (1-11, 0-3 AEC) looks to snap a six-game losing streak this week, hosting non-conference foe Pennsylvania on Wednesday, Oct. 18, at 3:30 p.m. at UMBC Stadium. The Retrievers then hit the road for their final road contest of the season at
Looking Back: The Retrievers lost their sixth straight decision to conference-leading and 22nd-ranked
On the Quakers: Penn (6-7) is coming off a 3-0 win over Drexel on Sunday, extending its winning streak to three games. Tracey Statter leads the Quakers with 11 points and is tied with Nicole Black for the team lead in goals with five, while Liz Schlossberg holds a 2.18 goals-against average and .732 save percentage.
UMBC vs. Penn All-Time: Wednesday’s game between the Retrievers and Quakers will be the first-ever between the two teams.
On the Black Bears:
Last Time vs. the Black Bears:
Moving Up the Ranks: Senior midfielder Julie Moore is UMBC’s all-time leading scorer with 20 goals and 48 points, while senior midfielder Kristi Troster ranks fourth all-time with 36 points.
Player Goals Assists Points
1. Julie Moore 20 8 48
2. Robi Tamargo 16 13 45
3. Chris Marsiglia 15 12 42
4. Kristi Troster 14 8 36
5. Kristin Ramsay 15 4 34
6. Katie Cutchall 12 8 32
Dawg Bites: UMBC has dropped 20 straight conference games since joining the America East in 2003… After scoring 11 goals in seven games, the Retrievers have been blanked in their last two… Freshman forward Mary Strain and sophomore midfielder Amanda Yanulevich are tied for the team lead with five points apiece, while Strain, sophomore forward Allyson Carter and senior midfielders Julie Moore and Kristi Troster each have two goals… Yanulevich and junior midfielder Amy Morrow lead the team with three assists, while Morrow has tallied two of UMBC’s three defensive saves.
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