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Men's Soccer Falls to Vermont, 1-0
The defending America East champions extended their unbeaten streak to five and won for the first time in three matches at UMBC.
The Retrievers have failed to score in all three America East contests in a span of eight days.
On the game-winning play, Catamount senior back Connor Tobin lofted a seemingly harmless ball into the right side of the Retriever box. But the UMBC defense allowed the ball to bound off the turf, and Crasilneck headed it over Retriever netminder Steve King (
UMBC gambled to get the game-tying goal down the stretch, but failed to get shots on target. The best chance occurred on a deep throw in by sophomore B.J. Quigley (
Retriever sophomore midfielder Levi Houapeu (
King made six saves for UMBC, as the Catamounts outshot the Retrievers, 12-10.
The overall series is now tied at 2-2-2 and
UMBC plays its final non-conference game of the season on Tuesday when they visit Virginia Tech.