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RETRIEVERSí 15-1 RUN LEADS WOMENíS LACROSSE PAST VERMONT, 23-8, ON SENIOR DAY
Ali Levendusky scored a career-high five goals in the Retrievers' 23-8 rout of Vermont.
Freshman midfielder Kara Dorr (Bel Air,
Junior attack Jen Kasper (Eldersburg, Md./South Carroll) scored at the 11:48 mark, starting the Retrieversí 6-0 run over the next 7:21 for an 8-3 advantage. Kasper and sophomore attack Ali Levendusky (
The Retrievers scored the first seven goals of the second half and outscored
Levendusky posted a career-high five goals, including four in the first half, to lead all scorers. Playing at UMBC Stadium for the final time in their careers, seniors Fiorani, Duncan and Julie Libertini (Parkton, Md./Mount de Sales) all scored in the rout.
Fioraniís three goals give her sole possession of third place all-time in UMBC history with 133 in her career.
Licht scored a career-high four goals, including three in the second half, while Dorr and Kasper each tallied four points on three goals and an assist. Freshman attack Kyle Routson (Lutherville, Md./
Emilie Clark led the Catamounts with three goals, while Wasson also tallied three points on two goals and an assist.
Freshman goalie Susie Sweeney (Madison, N.J./Madison) registered six saves and allowed five goals in 44:25 of play to pick up the win, while freshman Jen Venter (Crownsville, Md./Annapolis Area Christian) played the final 15:35 in net and allowed three goals without recording a save.
The 23 goals equal the most the Retrievers have scored this season, as they also tallied 23 in the season opener against Howard.
Fiorani, Duncan, Libertini and senior
The Retrievers return to action Wednesday, April 19, when they travel to