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2004 MEN'S SOCCER SCHEDULE: "TOUGHEST IN SCHOOL HISTORY"
SEPTEMBER-- Sat. 4 UMBC adidas Kick Off Tournament ( OCTOBER--Sun. 3 at Stony Brook * ; Wed. 6 at
The 2004 UMBC Men’s Soccer schedule is expected to be the most difficult in school history, according to Retriever Head Coach Pete Caringi.
The defending America East regular season champions face a rigorous September, which features non-conference match-ups at ACC foes North Carolina State (Sept. 15) and (#17 in the final NSCAA poll) Virginia (Sept. 29) and a home date with nationally-ranked Old Dominion (Sept. 18). UMBC kicks off the season by hosting Georgia Southern, New Jersey Institute of Technology, and local rival Towson in the adidas Kick Off Tournament on September 4 and 6 and will also play non-league contests vs. South Atlantic regional foes Mt. St. Mary’s, George Washington, Navy, and Howard.
“It is without a doubt the toughest schedule we will have played since I have been at UMBC,” said Caringi, entering his 14th year at the helm. “
The Retrievers will return eight starters and 17 letterwinners from last year’s team, which captured UMBC’s third regular season crown in the last five years. Senior forward Derek McElligott (
2004 UMBC Men’s Soccer Schedule
SEPTEMBER-- Sat. 4 UMBC adidas Kick Off Tournament (
OCTOBER--Sun. 3 at Stony Brook * ; Wed. 6 at