Women’s lacrosse tallied four America East postseason awards, including a pair of honors for junior midfielder Alyssa Semones, as announced by the league office at the conference’s annual awards banquet on the campus of Stony Brook University.
Women’s lacrosse outscored Binghamton, 6-2, in the second half of the season finale, including the final three goals of the contest to pull within one with 1:42 remaining, but it was not enough to overcome a five-goal first half deficit in America East action on Saturday afternoon at the Bearcats Sports Complex.
Women's lacrosse travels to Binghamton for its regular-season finale on Saturday, April 26 to battle for one of the two remaining playoff spots for the upcoming America East Championships. Game time is set for 1 p.m. at Bearcats Sports Complex, with all the live action available on the America East digital network.
Women’s lacrosse battled hard and came within one goal of No. 19/18 Albany on three occasions, but was unable to put home the game-tying goal as the Retrievers fell short of the Great Danes, 12-8, in Saturday afternoon’s Senior Day at UMBC Stadium.
Women’s lacrosse takes on its second nationally ranked opponent of the week when it returns home for America East action against No. 19/18 Albany on Senior Day on Saturday, April 19 at the UMBC Stadium. The Retrievers’ five seniors will be honored prior to the noon start. Saturday also marks Fan Appreciation Day on UMBC’s campus, which features raffles, discounts on food, moon bounces and prizes.
Women’s lacrosse’s junior Alyssa Semones registered her fourth hat trick of the season, tallying two of her team-best three goals in the opening half to keep the Retrievers within one at the break, but No. 7/5 Johns Hopkins outscored the black and gold 6-3 in the second half en route to a 10-6 victory in non-conference action on Wednesday night at Homewood Field.
UMBC women’s lacrosse sophomore Rachel Benzing helped guide the Retrievers to a big first half, scoring a goal and dishing out three of her four assists in the game en route to a 12-9 victory against Vermont in America East action on Saturday at the UMBC Stadium.
Women’s lacrosse will open a Retriever doubleheader on Saturday, April 12 when they host Vermont at 11 a.m. at the UMBC Stadium. The UMBC men’s lacrosse team follows with a 3:30 p.m. matchup against Hartford. All the live action can be followed on UMBCRetrievers.tv, courtesy of the America East digital network.
Women’s lacrosse’s junior Alyssa Semones registered a game-high four goals on five shots, including a critical score that stopped a late run by Columbia, as the Retrievers held off the Lions, 10-8, in non-conference action on Wednesday evening at Robert K. Kraft Field.
UMBC women’s lacrosse steps out of America East action on Wednesday, April 9 when it travels to Columbia for the first-ever meeting between the two squads. Game time is set for 5 p.m. at Robert K. Kraft Field.
UMBC women’s lacrosse got on the board early in Saturday afternoon’s America East matchup at the UMBC Stadium, but New Hampshire posted five straight goals to end the first half en route to an 8-2 victory.
UMBC women’s lacrosse returns to UMBC Stadium for its America East home opener on Saturday, April 5 when it hosts New Hampshire. First draw is set for noon, with all the live action available on UMBCRetrievers.tv, courtesy of the America East digital network.
UMBC women’s lacrosse opens America East action on Saturday, March 29 when it travels to No. 17/16 Stony Brook. Game time is set for 1 p.m. at LaValle Stadium, with all the action available live free of charge on the America East digital network.
UMBC women’s lacrosse junior Abby Wilson tallied a goal and an assist in each half versus Wagner for a game-high four points, as the Retrievers cruised to a 10-5 victory against the Seahawks on a snowy Tuesday afternoon at the UMBC Stadium.
UMBC women’s lacrosse has one more game before opening its rigorous America East schedule, as the Retrievers welcome Wagner to the UMBC Stadium at 3 p.m. on Tuesday, March 25. Live action is available free of charge courtesy of the America East digital network at UMBCRetriever.tv.
UMBC juniors Abby Wilson and Alyssa Semones, in addition to senior Kristen Bilney, each tallied a hat trick, while freshman Jennie Milligan added five assists as the Women's Lacrosse team used a 4-0 second half run to defeat Temple 11-9 in front of 319 fans at UMBC Stadium.
UMBC women’s lacrosse returns to action on Saturday, March 22 when it hosts Temple at noon at the UMBC Stadium. Live action is available free of charge courtesy of the America East digital network at UMBCRetriever.tv.
UMBC women’s lacrosse exploded for an 11-goal first half against Mount St. Mary’s on Saturday afternoon at Waldron Family Stadium and would go on to defeat the Mount, 15-2. Senior midfielder Kristen Bilney registered her third hat trick of the season, while sophomore Rachel Benzing tallied a game-high five points on two goals and three assists.
UMBC women’s lacrosse jumps back into action on Saturday, March 15 when it travels to take on Mount St. Mary’s at 3 p.m. at Waldron Family Stadium. Live video is available for Saturday’s contest courtesy of NECFrontRow.com.
UMBC women’s lacrosse’s senior midfielder Kristen Bilney (Ellicott City, Md./Mt. Hebron) tallied her second hat trick of the season, but the Retrievers fell short in a battle against Drexel, 9-8, on Saturday afternoon at Vidas Field.
Women's lacrosse hits the road for back-to-back games, starting with a trip to Drexel on Saturday, March 8. Game time is set for 1 p.m. at Vidas Field, with live action available at UMBCRetrievers.com.
Women's lacrosse freshman Caroline Haggerty connected on the first two goals of her career in her first collegiate start against High Point on Wednesday afternoon at UMBC Stadium, but it was not enough as the Panthers defeated the Retrievers, 16-6.
UMBC women’s lacrosse looks to build off back-to-back wins on Wednesday, March 5, when it clashes with High Point for the first-ever meeting between the two squads. Game time is set for 5:30 p.m. at the UMBC Stadium.
Women’s lacrosse senior attacker Shannon Harkey broke a 6-6 tie with 4:39 to go in the contest with her second score of the game to lead the Retrievers to a 7-6 victory against La Salle on Saturday afternoon at McCarthy Stadium.
The women’s lacrosse team looks to build off its dramatic 11-10 double-overtime victory on Saturday, March 1 when it travels to La Salle for its first-ever meeting with the Explorers. Game time is set for 1 p.m. at McCarthy Stadium.
UMBC freshman attack Mackenzie Reese scored off a feed from sophomore Rachel Benzing with 13 seconds remaining in the second overtime period to give the Retrievers women’s lacrosse team a thrilling 11-10 win over American, Saturday evening at UMBC Stadium.