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DORRíS FOUR GOALS LEAD UMBC WOMENíS LACROSSE PAST DELAWARE, 12-9
Freshman Kara Dorr scored four goals to lead UMBC past Delaware, 12-9.
Fiorani scored the first goal of the contest just into the game on a free-position shot, but the Blue Hens tallied the next four in a row and six of the next seven over an span. Junior attack Jen Kasper was the only Retriever to find the back of the net in that period, as she scored with remaining on an assist from sophomore attack Meghan Keelan.
Down 6-2 with remaining in the first half, the Retrievers rallied to score the final four goals of the period and head into halftime with the score tied, 6-6, as Dorr scored twice and Kasper and Keelan each tallied once.
Sophomore attack Ali Levendusky continued the UMBC scoring streak with the first goal of the second half just 56 seconds in to give the Retrievers their first lead since it was 1-0.
But Dorrís goal with remaining gave the Retrievers the lead for good at 10-9, and they added two insurance goals on another by Dorr and a free-position shot by Levendusky for the 12-9 victory.
Dorr led the Retrievers with four goals on the night, while Fiorani posted a game-high five points on three goals and two assists. Keelan had a goal and two assists for three points, while Levendusky and Kasper each tallied twice on the night.
UMBC freshman goalie Susie Sweeney recorded 16 saves on the night. Jessica Cerveny and Suzy Herlihy split time in the net for the Blue Hens, with Cerveny allowing 10 Retriever goals while stopping five shots in 47:05 and Herlihy allowing the final two goals and registering two saves.
Sophomore defender Maggie Chizmar had a good night defensively for the Retrievers, picking up four ground balls and causing five