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WOMEN’S LACROSSE FALLS TO NEW HAMPSHIRE, 20-9
Ali Levendusky scored five points in the loss to New Hampshire.
Senior midfielder Kelly Fiorani (
The Retrievers scored two of the final three goals of the period and went into halftime trailing, 9-4. Fiorani and Levendusky each scored twice in the first half to account for all four UMBC goals.
The Retrievers opened the second half with a 5-1 run to pull to within one goal at 10-9. Senior midfielder
But that would be the last goal the Retrievers would get, as UNH scored the final 10 goals of the game, holding UMBC scoreless for the last of play for the 20-9 victory.
With the win,
Levendusky led the Retrievers with five points on four goals and one assist, while Fiorani scored four points on two goals and two assists. Carpenter, junior attack Jen Kasper (
Kristin Blanchette (6g) and Katie Leland (4g, 2a) led the Wildcats with six points apiece. Blanchette tallied three times during UNH’s game-ending 10-0 run, while Leland scored twice and added two helpers in that stretch.
UMBC freshman goalie Susie Sweeney (
The Wildcats out-shot the Retrievers, 34-14, and held a 35-31 advantage on ground balls. UMBC won the draw controls battle, 35-31. Freshman midfielder Laura Wilkin (Winter Springs, Fla./Lake Howell/Valencia CC) picked up a game-high eight ground balls for UMBC, while Fahey won a game-best five draws.
The Retrievers return to action Wednesday, April 12, when the host local rival Johns Hopkins at at UMBC Stadium.