Women's Lacrosse Home | 2013-14 News | 2013 Schedule/Results | 2014 Roster | 2013 Final Statistics | In Review
Email This Page
Strong Second Half Propels Retrievers to 15-9 Win Over Vermont
Erika Braerman matched her career high with five goals against Vermont.
The Retrievers are off to their best start since also winning nine of their first 13 games in 2002. UMBC has also matched its entire win total from the 2009 campaign, when it posted a 9-8 overall record.
Junior attack Erika Braerman (Fallston, Md./Fallston) equaled her career best with a game-high five goals, including three in the second half, and was named UMBCís America East Player of the Game.
After senior midfielder Amanda Gable (
Vermont attack Kaitlyn Johnson converted a feed from defender Adison Rounds to make it a two-goal game just two minutes into the second stanza, but the Retrievers scored four times in a span of 2:11 to take a 9-7 lead. Johnson made it 9-8 with a free-position goal at the 19:33 mark, but it was the last goal the visitors would get for 19 minutes, as UMBC tallied six in a row to take control of the game.
Sophomore midfielder Bria Phillips (
Stern led the Catamounts with three goals and earned her teamís America East Player of the Game nod.
Senior goalie Kate Quick (
The Retrievers outshot the Catamounts, 38-27, including 25-12 in the second half, but
The Retrievers return to action on Saturday, when they host defending America East champion