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WOMEN’S LACROSSE HOSTS CANISIUS TUESDAY AFTERNOON
Ede Carpenter leads the Retrievers with 23 ground balls and 11 caused turnovers.
A Look Ahead
Tuesday, March 21 – Canisius at UMBC, 4 p.m., UMBC Stadium: The Golden Griffins are 5-2 on the season and have won three in a row, most recently an 16-8 victory over UMBC’s America East rival Binghamton at home on Sunday. Two-time defending Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Rookie of the Week Ashley Gray registered 18 points in Canisius’ last four games, including a school-record six goals and two assists against
Saturday, March 18 – No. 11 William & Mary 14, UMBC 12: Eleventh-ranked William and Mary scored the first six goals of the second half to erase an 8-4 halftime deficit and defeat the Retrievers, 14-12, at UMBC Stadium. The Tribe had a 3-1 advantage with 25:21 remaining in the first half, but UMBC went on a 6-0 run to take a 7-3 lead with 10:18 remaining, as five different Retrievers scored over the 14:29 stretch. Junior midfielder Kelly Fahey (Bel Air, Md./Bel Air) tallied twice during that time. The teams traded two goals to end the period, and UMBC went into halftime with an 8-4 advantage. But the Tribe came out shooting in the second half and went on a 6-0 run of their own over the first 14:32 of the period to take a 10-8 lead. The Retrievers tied it at the 17:37 mark, and the teams traded goals over the next six minutes, to leave the score tied at 12-12 with 5:50 to play before Colleen Dalon tallied twice to give William and Mary the 14-12 victory. Fahey led the Retrievers with three goals, while senior midfielder Kelly Fiorani (Eldersburg, Md./
Fiorani leads the Retrievers with 20 goals and 27 points and is tied for second with seven assists. She now has 121 career goals, which ranks seventh on UMBC's all-time list. Her 163 career points rank seventh, and her 42 career assists are tied for eighth-most in school history… Dorr was named America East Rookie of the Week on Monday after scoring twice in the Retrievers’ 14-12 loss to No. 11 William and Mary. Her second goal tied the game at 12-12 with 5:50 to play. Dorr is fifth on the team with nine goals and sixth with 10 points. She also leads the team with 19 draw controls and is third with 20 ground balls... Fiorani and sophomore attack Ali Levendusky (