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Dorr Scores 100th Career Goal, but Retrievers’ Season Ends with 15-10 Loss at No. 12 Boston U.
Abbey Swift finished her career on a high note, scoring a personal-best seven points in her final game.
BOSTON—Senior attack Abbey Swift (
With a win over the Terriers, the Retrievers would have clinched a spot in the four-team America East Championships. UMBC also would have earned a berth with a loss had Vermont also lost to Stony Brook, but the Catamounts’ 19-11 victory over the Seawolves on Saturday eliminated the Retrievers from playoff contention.
Dorr and Swift teamed up to score three of UMBC’s first four goals of the game, and the Retrievers held a 5-3 lead with 10:42 remaining in the first half before the Terriers scored five in a row to end the period with an 8-5 advantage.
Freshman attack Emily Coady (
Swift’s seven points came on three goals and four assists. She played a part in four of UMBC’s five first-half goals, scoring once and dishing out three assists, all on Dorr’s tallies.
Dorr’s third and final goal of the game was the 100th of her career, making her just the 16th Retriever ever to reach that milestone.
Sophomore midfielder Amanda Pappas (
BU midfielder Sarah Dalton led all scorers with six points on four goals and two assists, while attacks McKinley Curro and Erica Baumgartner each tallied five points and attack Traci Landy also scored four goals.
Both goalies – UMBC’s Kate Quick (