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FIORANI NOTCHES FIVE GOALS, ADDS TWO ASSISTS IN UMBC’S 16-7 WIN OVER BINGHAMTON
The Retrievers took control early, scoring three within the first 3:10 on goals by Fiorani, senior Anna Jacobs, and sophomore Kelly Fahey.
In the second half, the teams traded goals in the first 21 minutes, but the Retrievers began to pull away with 8:54 remaining, when Fiorani found the back of the net for the fourth time. Senior Stephanie Crouch, Jacobs, and
For the game, Fiorani led all scorers with five goals, while Fahey had a game-high three assists. The Bearcats were paced by Gabbamonte and Grose, who each had two goals, while Michelle Gross recorded two helpers.
Retriever goalie Kristina Raab made eight saves and allowed seven goals in 58:28, while sophomore Rebecca Stern came in for the final 1:32. For
UMBC returns to the field for their final regular season match on Friday, April 29, when they host Stony Brook for an America East conference game, beginning at 7 p.m.