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LIBERTINI, FIORANI NAMED TO AMERICA EAST WOMENíS LACROSSE ALL-CHAMPIONSHIP TEAM
Julie Libertini scored a goal in the conference semifinal loss to New Hampshire.
Kelly Fiorani scored two points against the Wildcats.
Baltimore, Md.-UMBC seniors Julie Libertini (
Fiorani scored two points on a goal and an assist in the top-seeded Retrieversí 12-5 semifinal loss to
Libertiniís defensive play and free-position goal in the final minutes of the semifinal earned her all-championship team honors. The goal was the third of the season for the First-Team All-Conference defender.
The Retrievers finish the season with a 10-8 overall record, their first winning season since 2003. Seven players earned all-conference accolades and first-year head coach Courtney Connor was named America East Coach of the Year.
Boston Universityís Danica Strutt was named Most Outstanding Player of the 2006 America East Womenís Lacrosse Championships. She helped lead the second-seeded Terriers to their second straight conference title with a 12-10 victory over fourth-seeded New Hampshire.
Kelly Fiorani, UMBC
Julie Libertini, UMBC
Jen Sandtorv, Stony Brook
Danielle Werner, Stony Brook
Most Outstanding Player