Women's Lacrosse Comes Up Just Short in America East Semifinal Contest vs. Stony BrookThe UMBC women’s lacrosse team held explosive Stony Brook to more than five goals below their season average, but the third-seeded Retrievers fell to the No. 2 Seawolves, 9-7, at Nickerson Field in the second semifinal game in the 2012 America East Championships. Senior midfielder Alicia Krause led a balanced attack with a goal and two assists
Women's Lacrosse Triumphs on Senior Night, Edges American, 13-11BALTIMORE- UMBC junior midfielder Lindsay Cox (High Bridge, N.J.) tallied four goals and senior attacker Emily Coady (Westminster, Md./Westminster) scored her 100th career goal as the host Retrievers edged American, 13-11, in a non-conference contest played in ideal conditions at UMBC Stadium.
Women's Lacrosse Hosts High-Powered Vermont in Saturday America East ActionThe UMBC women’s lacrosse team faces a critical home contest in America East Conference play when they take on an explosive Vermont squad at UMBC Stadium on Sat., April 14. UMBC is currently in third place in the league, while the Catamounts are just one-half game behind in the race for the four playoff spots.
Women's Lacrosse Heads to New York for Wednesday Evening Clash With Vastly Improved Stony BrookThe UMBC women’s lacrosse team (4-6, 1-1 America East) will try to bounce back from a disappointing setback vs. Boston University when they play the first of two league road clashes this week at Stony Brook on Wednesday evening, April 4. The Seawolves (8-3, 1-0 America East) are one of the most improved clubs in the nation in 2012. The opening draw is set for 7:00 p.m. at Kenneth Lavalle Stadium.
Barnett, Bilney Propel Women's Lacrosse Past 13th-Ranked Albany, 8-5BALTIMORE- Sophomore midfielder Kristen Bilney (Ellicott City, Md./Mount Hebron) scored a career-high three goals and freshman goalkeeper Anna Barnett (Midland, Texas) made nine stops in her first career start as UMBC upset 13th-ranked Albany, 8-5, in the America East Conference opener at rain-soaked UMBC Stadium
Women's Lacrosse Drops Decision at TowsonTowson, Md.- The host Towson Tigers (2-0) scored twice in the first 68 seconds of play and held off a late UMBC (1-2) rally to defeat the Retrievers, 11-3, at Johnny Unitas Stadium.
Women's Lacrosse Routs Host George Mason, 13-1Fairfax, Va.- UMBC junior midfielder Lindsay Cox (High Bridge, N.J.) scored a career-high five goals and the defense throttled host George Mason in a 13-1 Retriever victory at George Mason Stadium.
Women’s Lacrosse Announces 2012 ScheduleBALTIMORE—UMBC head women’s lacrosse coach Kelly Berger today announced the Retrievers’ 2012 schedule, which is highlighted by three games against teams that advanced to the 2011 NCAA quarterfinals and three contests against in-state rivals.