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Dorr, Pappas Lead Women’s Lacrosse Past Iona, 20-6
Kara Dorr tallied five goals and an assist against Iona.
Down 2-1 after 3:26 of play, the Retrievers rattled off six straight goals and 13 of 14 to end the half and take a 14-3 lead at intermission. Only a tally by
Dorr scored the Retrievers’ first three goals of the game, and her third started a stretch in which UMBC tallied three times in less than a minute.
The Retrievers made it 11 in a row and 17 of 18 with the first four goals of the second half. Iona scored three of the next four, but sophomore midfielder Ashley Stodter’s (
Dorr added an assist to tie her career high with six points. Pappas also tallied a helper to finish with a career-high-tying four points, while senior attack Abbey Swift also recorded a season-high four points on a goal and a career-best three assists.
In all, 12 different Retrievers scored at least one goal, including freshman attack Beth Ann Jancuska (
Junior goalie Kate Quick (
The Retrievers return to action on Saturday, March 21, when they conclude their six-game home stand against America East rival Stony Brook in the conference opener at 4 p.m.