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A.Bulls, Dzwonkowski Score in Men's Soccer's 2-1 Triumph Over Mount St. Mary's
Baltimore—Freshman forward Andrew Bulls (Millersville, Md./McDonogh) continued his torrid scoring and sophomore midfielder Dustin Dzwonkowski (
The Retrievers extended their unbeaten string vs. the Mountaineers to 11 straight, with ten wins and a tie in that span. UMBC is also 7-1-4 in its last 12 home games.
Bulls got UMBC on the board in the 15th minute, scoring for the third time in the last three outings. Sophomore forward Levi Houapeu (
It was Bulls’ fifth goal of the season and UMBC’s last four goals had come from the freshman.
The Retrievers added a score in the 61st minute. Sophomore forward B.J. Quigley (
The Mount began to increase the offensive pressure and broke through in the 74th minute. Sophomore midfielder Eric Detzel hit a square pass from the left edge of the box to forward Chris Wheeler. The forward hit a shot from the 18 which was perfectly placed along the ground just inside of the left post.
The visitors continued to press, but could not muster a dangerous chance in the final minutes. They outshot UMBC, 14-13, recording seven of the game’s final eight shots.
UMBC hosts Loyola on Saturday at 1:00 p.m., before opening America East Conference play the following Saturday at