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Women’s Lacrosse Falls to Cross-Town Loyola, 21-6
The Retrievers finally got on the board with 9:48 remaining in the first half when sophomore midfielder Amanda Pappas (
The Greyhounds scored twice more to take a 10-1 lead, but UMBC tallied the final two goals of the half to go into the locker room down, 10-3. The Retrievers’ scores came within a minute of each other on a free-position goal by Pappas and an unassisted tally by sophomore midfielder Ashley Stodter (
Loyola’s Colleen O’Keefe scored the second of her three goals just 31 seconds into the second stanza, but UMBC freshman midfielder Bria Phillips (Davidsonville, Md./Coronado (Calif.)) answered less than a minute later with a free-position goal to make the score 11-4.
But the Greyhounds scored the next nine in a row, including three by Grace Gavin, to take a 20-4 lead. Braerman and junior defender Sarah Willis (Bel Air,
Pappas was the only Retriever with more than one goal, while Stodter and Braerman each posted two points on a goal and an assist.
Gavin led all scorers with six points on four goals and two assists, while O’Keefe and Abby Rehfuss also notched hat tricks for Loyola.
UMBC junior goalie Kate Quick (
The Retrievers return to action on Tuesday, March 3, when they host cross-town rival