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Levendusky’s Six Goals Lead Women’s Lacrosse Past Binghamton, 15-8
Ali Levendusky has 16 goals on the season after scoring six at Binghamton.
VESTAL, N.Y.—Senior attack Ali Levendusky (
Sophomore midfielder Kelly Burgoyne (Sykesville, Md./Century) scored her first goal of the season and the Retrievers’ first of the day just 4:38 into the game, sparking a 3-0 UMBC run over the next 2:12 of action.
UMBC extended its run to 7-0 with the first two goals of the second period, including one by Levendusky just 1:40 after action began.
While six different Retrievers tallied at least once in the first half, Levendusky and Swift were the only UMBC players to score in the second period, with each doubling their previous output.
Levendusky posted a hat trick in each half, and she has scored a team-best 16 goals on the season with at least three in each game. However, it was the first time she had scored as many as five goals in nearly two years (April 15, 2006, at
Swift’s four goals and five points tied career highs set last season. Sophomore midfielder Megan Cook (
UMBC junior goalie Susie Sweeney (
Dorr won a game-high six draws to lead the Retrievers to an 18-6 edge in draw controls. UMBC also out-shot
The Retrievers return to action Tuesday, March 4, when they host America East rival