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Women’s Lacrosse Holds Off Vermont, 14-13
Alicia Krause scored five points against Vermont, including the 100th of her career.
Junior midfielder Alicia Krause (
Junior attack Emily Coady (
UMBC responded with its own 3-0 run over a three-minute stretch to regain the six-goal advantage, 14-8, with 15:16 remaining. But the Retrievers did not score again, and
The Catamounts had two possessions in the final two minutes, but they could not get a shot off.
Krause led the Retrievers with five points on four goals and an assist – all in the first half – and was named America East Player of the Game for the second straight contest. Coady finished with four points on three goals and a helper, while senior attack Erika Braerman (
Sydney Mas, the reigning America East Rookie of the Week, tallied five points on four goals and an assist to earn her team’s Player of the Game honors. She added three ground balls and five draw controls.
Senior goalie Natalie Rau (
The Retrievers return to action on Wednesday, when they step out of conference play to host cross-town rival Johns Hopkins at 6 p.m.
Notes: Krause’s assist on Stodter’s goal at the end of the first half was her 100th career point… She joins Braerman, Coady and senior midfielder Amanda Pappas (