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Big First Half Propels Women’s Lacrosse to 20-6 Rout of Manhattan
Emily Coady scored a career-high six points, all in the first half.
BALTIMORE—The UMBC women’s lacrosse team (5-2) scored 13 goals in the first half and defeated Manhattan (2-3) by a score of 20-6 Sunday afternoon at UMBC Stadium.
Nine Retrievers found the back of the net, led by senior midfielder Amanda Pappas (
Braerman put got the scoring started just 53 seconds into the game, and after
The Jaspers scored two of the game’s next four goals, but the Retrievers tallied the last three of the half and led, 13-3, at the break.
UMBC opened the second period with a 7-1 run, with four goals by Pappas to take a game-high 16-goal lead, 20-4, but
Krause also notched a hat trick in the game, while a pair of freshmen – midfielders Jennie Ballenger (
Lavelle led the Jaspers with four points on two goals and two assists.
All three Retriever goalies saw time between the pipes, each allowing two goals, while senior Natalie Rau (
Julia DiBernardo and Jayne Timo each played 30 minutes in goal for
The Retrievers return to action on Saturday, when they visit Mount St. Mary’s.
Notes: The 20 goals were the most UMBC has scored since March 29, 2010, at