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Women’s Lacrosse Drops 11-9 Decision to Cal-Berkeley
Sarah Willis scored her first goal of the season against Cal-Berkeley.
BALTIMORE—UMBC senior attack Ali Levendusky became the 11th Retriever to score 150 points in her career with four on the day, but the UMBC women’s lacrosse team (2-9) lost its seventh straight game, falling to California-Berkeley (5-5) by a score of 11-9 Sunday afternoon at UMBC Stadium.
Levendusky scored three goals and added an assist to give her 152 career points and move her into a tie with former teammate Kelly Fahey were 10th place all-time in UMBC history.
The Golden Bears scored the first three goals of the game, as attack Madeleine Dale scored twice in the first 3:20 of play.
UMBC junior defender Sarah Willis put the Retrievers on the board at the 16:44 mark with her first goal of the season, but
The teams then alternated goals over the final 15 minutes. UMBC sophomore midfielder Kelly Burgoyne notched her second goal of the game with 3:52 remaining, but
Levendusky’s hat trick was her ninth of the season, and her three goals and four points led UMBC on the day. Burgoyne was the only other Retriever with multiple points.
Kennedy and Dale led the Golden Bears with three goals apiece, while Aungier scored twice.
UMBC sophomore goalie Kate Quick recorded nine saves in 60 minutes in the cage, while
The Golden Bears dominated on draw controls, winning 15 of 22 on the day, including seven of eight in the first half. Attack Danni Zuralow and defender Alex Tickner each picked up four.
The Retrievers return to action on Wednesday, April 2, when they hit the road for the final time to take on America East rival Stony Brook at 3 p.m.