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WOMEN'S LACROSSE FALLS TO BOSTON UNIVERSITY, 14-6
Baltimore, MDóJunior attacker Kelly Trahon scored four goals and sophomore midfielder Lindsay Lewis added two goals and four assists as pre-season favorite Boston University (4-6, 2-0 America East) defeated host UMBC (2-8, 1-1 AE), 14-6, in womenís lacrosse action at UMBC Stadium.
The Terriers held UMBC scoreless in the first half, as Trahon scored three consecutive goals to key her teamís 7-0 first half lead. UMBC finally got on the board as freshman Kelly Fahey (Bel Air,
/C. MD, MD Wright) converted a feed from junior attacker Lauren Hess (Bel Air, MD/C. Milton Wright) at the mark of the second half. But Lewis got that goal right back at 2:39, and after reserve Sasha Lang scored for the Terriers, Lewis fed Trahon to put Boston up, 10-1, at the 6:38 mark. Milton
Sophomore attacker Kelly Fiorani (Sykesville, MD/
) scored a pair of goals and added an assist in the second half and Fahey scored twice. BUís Mary Beth Miller, Kaitlyn Cuneo, and Alyssa Trudel each scored a pair of goals for the visitors. Liberty
native Anne Sheridan made 10 saves for the victors, who outshot UMBC, 31-20. The loss snapped a two-game winning streak for UMBC. Baltimore