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Second-Half Surge Leads Old Dominion Past UMBC, 16-10
Ashley Stodter tied her career high with three goals.
The Retrievers held a 6-3 lead with 16:13 remaining in the first half, but four straight Old Dominion goals gave the Lady Monarchs a 7-6 halftime advantage.
UMBC junior attack Rachel Pincus (New Market,
Old Dominion took a 9-7 lead 2:37 later, but the Retrievers again tied it with 24:27 remaining on back-to-back goals by Stodter and Dorr.
With the score knotted at 9-9, the Lady Monarchs tallied five straight to take control of the game, and only a free-position goal by UMBC freshman midfielder Bria Phillips (Davidsonville, Md./Coronado (Calif.)) interrupted ODUís run, as the visitors scored twice more to end the game.
Phillips (2g, 1a) and Dorr (1g, 2a) each finished with three points.
Old Dominion midfielder Kelly Kimener led all scorers with seven points on four goals and three assists. Jessica Noone and Lisa Bernadini also notched hat tricks for the Lady Monarchs.
UMBC junior goalie Kate Quick (
The Retrievers return to action on Tuesday, March 17, when they host