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Women's Lacrosse Drops 17-10 Decision to 13th-Ranked Vanderbilt
Amanda Pappas tallied her third hat trick of the season.
BALTIMORE—The UMBC women’s lacrosse team (2-2) played its second nationally-ranked team in five days, and fell to the 13th-ranked Vanderbilt Commodores (1-2), 17-10, at UMBC Stadium.
UMBC junior midfielder Amanda Pappas (
Vanderbilt was led by senior midfielder Sarah Downing, who led all scorers with three goals and three assists. Sophomore attack Hannah Clark led all goal scorers with five, while senior midfielder Carter Foote added four goals and sophomore midfielder Ally Carey had a goal and a game-high four assists.
The visitors never trailed, scoring three goals in the first 5:23 of action before UMBC junior attack Erika Braerman (
But Vandy again scored the first three goals of the second frame to take an 11-6 lead ten minutes into the period. Coady would end the run at the 10:53 mark, and senior midfielder Amanda Gable (
However, the Commodores went on their longest run of the day, scoring the game’s next four goals to seal the victory.
Vanderbilt outshot UMBC, 33-26, and Retriever senior netminder Kate Quick (
Pappas now has 14 goals in four games, while Coady extended her goal-scoring streak to eight consecutive games.
Vanderbilt is unbeaten in four contests vs. UMBC. The Retrievers play their third consecutive nationally-ranked squad on Wednesday, when they travel to face No. 18 Towson.