BALTIMORE – Senior midfielder Alicia Krause (Ellicott City, Md./Mt. Hebron/Duquesne) of the women’s lacrosse team was named UMBC’s Athlete of the Month for April 2012 in a poll conducted from May 12-21.
The 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
Baltimore, Md.- Senior midfielder Alicia Krause (Ellicott City ,Md./Mount Hebron) led all scorers with four goals and scored the game-winning goal with 7:30 remaining as visiting UMBC (8-8) knocked off 19th-ranked Johns Hopkins, 7-6, at Homewood Field in their regular season finale.
Durham, N.H.- The UMBC women’s lacrosse team cut an eight-goal second half deficit to one on three occasions, but the Retrievers fell to host New Hampshire, 12-11, in their final America East contest of the regular season.
BALTIMORE- 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.
Cambridge, Mass.- UMBC senior attacker Emily Coady (Westminster, Md./Westminster) earned America East Women’s Lacrosse Player of the Week honors, while freshman goalkeeper Anna Barnett (Midland, Texas/Midland) was named the league’s Defender of the Week for games ending April 14, 2012.
The 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.
Vestal, N.Y.- UMBC seniors Alicia Krause (Ellicott City, Md./Mount Hebron) and Emily Coady (Westminster, Md./Westminster) scored goals 11 seconds apart late in the second half as the visiting Retrievers edged upset-minded Binghamton, 10-9, in an America East Conference contest at the Bearcats Sports Complex.
The 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.
The Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults (UCF) announces the inaugural “Team Fight Socks It To Cancer” women’s lacrosse match between UMBC and Boston University. The Retrievers (4-5, 1-0 America East) meet the Terriers (5-4, 1-0) in a key conference match on Saturday, March 31 at noon on the turf at UMBC Stadium.
BALTIMORE- 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
BALTIMORE- Sophomore attacker Taelar Errington (Valley Lee, Md./Leonardtown) scored a career-best three goals and staked UMBC to an early lead as the Retrievers held off Colgate, 13-11, in a non-conference women’s lacrosse match-up at UMBC Stadium.
Newark, Del.- Senior midfielder Alicia Krause (Ellicott City, Md./Mount Hebron) scored four goals and added a pair of assists to lead the visiting UMBC Retrievers (2-3) to a convincing 15-6 victory over Delaware (2-4) at Delaware Stadium.