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WOMENíS LACROSSE WINS FOURTH STRAIGHT WITH 13-8 VICTORY OVER AMERICAN
Kelly Fiorani scored four points on three goals and an assist against American.
Sophomore attack Ali Levendusky (
With 7:33 to play, Levendusky tallied again and Dorr scored her first of the game for a 5-3 UMBC lead. Caithlin Gormanís goal with 11 seconds left pulled the Eagles to within one at 5-4 at the intermission.
Dorr scored the first goal of the second half just under five minutes into the period, but
But the Retrievers answered back with two of their own on a free-position goal by Fiorani and an unassisted tally by senior midfielder
UMBC outscored American, 5-2, over the final 16:36 of regulation for the 13-8 victory. Junior attack Heather Licht (
Fiorani scored a game-high four points on three goals and an assist. Dorr (3g), Levendusky (2g, 1a) and junior midfielder Kelly Fahey (Bel Air, Md./Bel Air) (1g, 2a) each posted three points in the game, while sophomore attack Meghan Keelan (
Linnell led the Eagles with three points on two goals and a helper. Kapp and Gorman also scored twice for American.
UMBC freshman goalie Susie Sweeney (
The Eagles out-shot the Retrievers, 25-20, and held a 27-22 advantage on ground balls. UMBC won the draw control battle, 13-10. Levendusky led the Retrievers with five ground balls in the game, while Dorr won five draws.
The Retrievers return to action Saturday, April 8, as they head to