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Women's Lacrosse Faces Critical America East Battle at Binghamton on Saturday
The UMBC womenís lacrosse team (4-7, 1-2 America East) heads back to
Scouting the Retrievers
After knocking off 13th-ranked
Stony Brook broke open a tight game with a 5-1 run to open the second half and tacked on five late goals to defeat UMBC, 16-6, at La Valle Stadium. Junior midfielder Lindsay Cox led the visitors with two goals and one assist and sophomore midfielder Taeler Errington had a pair of goals.
Cox leads the Retrievers with 28 goals and 35 total points. She had a brilliant month of March, amassing 24 points in seven games. Senior midfielder Alicia Krause has 18 goals in 2012 and needs three more to score 100 goals in her collegiate career.
UMBC is +11 in goals scored in the first half this season, but a -21 in the second half.
Scouting the BEARCATS
Junior attacker Kimberly McGeever leads the Bearcats with 39 points, including a team-high 23 assists. Senior attacker Lis Zuern is the leading goal-scorer with 23.
Inside the Series
UMBC has won all eight series meetings with
UMBC returns home and will face