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UMBC WOMENíS LACROSSE TOPS MANHATTAN, 15-4
Jen Kasper scored five points on three goals and two assists against Manhattan.
Senior midfielder Kelly Fiorani scored four goals, while junior midfielder Kelly Fahey, junior attack Jen Kasper and sophomore attack Ali Levendusky each posted three.
The Retrievers came out shooting in the second half, scoring the first six goals of the period in a 9:50 span. Kasper scored her three goals in that time, while Fahey notched two and Levendusky one.
Kasper added two assists and Fiorani one for a game-high five points apiece. Levendusky also had an assist to give her four points on the night. Tinari led the Jaspers with two goals and two points.
Fioraniís five points give her 151 in her career, moving her past Dolly Ginter into ninth place all-time at UMBC, just two behind Jenny Held. The four goals give her 113, moving her past Robi Tamargo and Ginter into 10th place, just one behind Renee Tirocchi. The assist ties her with Kori Kindbom for 10th place with 38, just two behind Heather Komarnik.
Freshman goalie Susie Sweeney played the majority of the game in the net for the Retrievers, allowing three goals while stopping 10 shots. Freshman Jen Venter relieved Sweeney with 13:32 to play in the game and allowed the final Jasper goal while registering one save.
The Retrievers out-shot the Jaspers, 45-22, including 22-4 in the second half. UMBC also held a 50-26 ground ball advantage and won 18 draw controls to
The Retrievers return to action Tuesday, March 7, when they travel to