New Hampshire Rallies to Nip Women's Lacrosse, 6-5BALTIMORE- New Hampshire sophomore attacker Kayleigh Hinkle scored with 34 seconds remaining, capping 3-0 run, as the visiting Wildcats defeated UMBC, 6-5, in the America East Conference regular season finale.
Women’s Lacrosse Looks to Clinch Playoff Spot on Senior Day Versus New HampshireBALTIMORE – UMBC women’s lacrosse hosts New Hampshire on Saturday, April 27 as part of a Retriever lacrosse doubleheader. Women’s lacrosse opens up the afternoon as it looks to clinch its fourth-straight playoff berth on Senior Day at the UMBC Stadium. First draw is set for noon, followed by men’s lacrosse playing host to Binghamton at 3:30 p.m.
Second Half Charge From UMBC Women’s Lacrosse Halted By Vermont, 8-7BURLINGTON, Vt. – UMBC women’s lacrosse junior midfielder Kristen Bilney (Ellicott City, Md./Mt. Hebron) ignited a second-half charge for the Retrievers, tallying points on three of UMBC’s four-straight goals, but the go-ahead goal with 2:22 to go from Vermont’s junior attacker Sydney Mas gave the Catamounts an 8-7 victory against the black and gold in Saturday afternoon’s America East matchup at Virtue Field.
Women’s Lacrosse Looks to Get Back on Track at Vermont on SaturdayBALTIMORE – UMBC women’s lacrosse looks to get back on track after a three-game skid and clinch a spot in the America East Championships when it travels to Vermont on Saturday, April 20. The Retrievers can solidify their fourth-straight playoff appearance with a win against the Catamounts. Game time is set for 1 p.m. at Virtue Field.
Tough Second Half Dooms UMBC Women’s Lacrosse Against Albany, 9-6ALBANY, N.Y. – UMBC senior netminder Kendall Mason (Lloyd Harbor, N.Y./Cold Spring Harbor) matched a season-high with 10 saves, including seven stops in the first half, but it was not enough as Albany outscored the Retrievers 7-3 in the second half en route to a 9-6 victory on Saturday afternoon at John Fallon Field.
Women’s Lacrosse And Albany Battle For Second Place On SaturdayBALTIMORE – UMBC women’s lacrosse looks to take sole possession of second place in the America East and take control of the all-time series against Albany, as it travels to John Fallon Field on Saturday, April 13 to take on the Great Danes. First draw is set for 1 p.m.
Women’s Lacrosse Battles No. 12/11 Stony Brook For the Top Spot in the ConferenceBALTIMORE – UMBC women’s lacrosse continues America East action on Saturday, April 6 when it hosts No. 12/11 Stony Brook as the two squads put their perfect league records and the top spot in the conference standings on the line. Game time is set for 5 p.m. at the UMBC Stadium – as part of a UMBC lacrosse doubleheader, with the men’s lacrosse team opening up the afternoon at 1 p.m. against Vermont. All the action can be seen live on UMBCRetrievers.tv.
Women’s Lacrosse Returns to America East Action Against BinghamtonBALTIMORE – UMBC women’s lacrosse looks to bounce back from its third loss of the season when it returns to America East action on Wednesday, April 3 versus Binghamton. The Retrievers host the Bearcats at 4 p.m. at the UMBC Stadium, with all the action available on UMBCRetrievers.tv.
Harkey Overtime Goal Completes Come From Behind Victory for UMBC Women’s LacrosseBOSTON, Mass. – UMBC women’s lacrosse eliminated a 5-1 second half deficit, outscoring Boston University 5-1 over the final 20 minutes of regulation, and completed the come from behind victory with a free position score from junior midfielder Shannon Harkey (Purcellville, Va./Loudon Valley/Florida) with three seconds remaining in overtime as the Retrievers defeated the Terriers, 7-6, in their America East opener on Saturday afternoon at Nickerson Field.
UMBC Women’s Lacrosse Downs Wagner, 16-3STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. – UMBC women’s lacrosse opened Monday’s contest against Wagner with eight-straight goals en route to a 16-3 victory at Hameline Field. Sophomores Alyssa Semones (Westminster/Westminster/Penn State) and Abby Wilson (Bel Air, Md./Fallston) tallied four goals apiece in the victory and each added an assist for a combined 10 points.
Red Hot UMBC Women’s Lacrosse Travels to Wagner MondayBALTIMORE – UMBC women’s lacrosse’s hits the road for the first of two road games when it travels to Wagner on Monday, March 18. The Retrievers look to continue to build momentum, having won three of their last four contests, as they enter into America East play on Saturday against Boston University.
Bilney Helps Women’s Lacrosse Cruises Past Mount St. Mary’s, 18-4BALTIMORE – UMBC women’s lacrosse’s junior midfielder Kristen Bilney (Ellicott City, Md./Mt. Hebron) registered a career-high five goals, as the Retrievers picked up their third victory in their last four tries with an 18-4 win against Mount St. Mary’s in Friday night’s non-conference matchup at UMBC Stadium.
Big Second Half Lifts UMBC Women’s Lacrosse Past (rv) Drexel, 14-8BALTIMORE – UMBC women’s lacrosse sophomore midfielder Alyssa Semones (Westminster, Md./Westminster/Penn State) scored a game-high four goals for the third time this season, as the Retrievers exploded for an 11-goal second half, including eight-straight scores, in a 14-8 victory against Drexel on Saturday afternoon at UMBC Stadium.
Women’s Lacrosse Returns Home to Take on (rv) DrexelBALTIMORE – UMBC women’s lacrosse looks to avenge last season’s one goal loss, 9-8, to Drexel on Saturday, March 9, when the Dragons travel to the UMBC Stadium for a 1 p.m. matchup. All the action can be seen live on UMBCRetrievers.tv.
No. 1 Maryland Downs UMBC Women’s Lacrosse, 17-10COLLEGE PARK, Md. – Early in the second half, UMBC women’s lacrosse came within three, 9-6, of No. 1 Maryland, but the Terrapins scored five unanswered over the next 3:21 to shut the door on the Retrievers and remain undefeated with a 17-10 victory on Tuesday night at the Field Hockey and Lacrosse Complex.
UMBC Women’s Lacrosse Opens 2013 Under Appelt and GiroBALTIMORE – The UMBC women’s lacrosse team opens its 2013 slate, the first under co-head coaches Amy Appelt and Tony Giro, on Saturday, Feb. 16 when the Retrievers travel to American for a noon contest at Jacobs Field.