2006-07 Women's Soccer News

  • Nicci Wright Joins UMBC Women’s Soccer Staff as Assistant Coach
    January 22, 2007
    UMBC head women's soccer coach Tara Koleski today announced the hiring of Nicci Wright as assistant coach. Wright was the starting goalkeeper for the 1999 Canadian Women's World Cup Team.
  • Mary Hearin Selected to Women's Soccer Academic All-District First Team
    November 02, 2006
    UMBC senior midfielder Mary Hearin was selected to the ESPN the Magazine Women's Soccer Academic All-District II University Division First Team, the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) announced Tuesday. Hearin now advances to the national ballot, where she will compete with members of each all-district first team for Academic All-America recognition.
  • Maine Blanks Women's Soccer, 3-0, in Finale
    October 22, 2006
    Visiting Maine scored three second half goals and blanked UMBC, 3-0, in an America East women's soccer contest on "Senior Day" at UMBC Soccer Stadium. The Black Bears head to the America East Tournament next weekend as the third seed, while UMBC's season comes to an end at 4-13-1, 0-8-0.
  • Tenth-Ranked Boston University Blanks Women's Soccer, 3-0
    October 19, 2006
    Tenth-ranked Boston University posted its 12th shutout of the season as the Terriers blanked UMBC, 3-0 before 165 fans at UMBC Soccer Stadium.
  • Women’s Soccer Concludes Season with Two Game Home Stand Against Boston U., Maine
    October 18, 2006
    The UMBC women's soccer team returns to home competition Thursday, Oct. 19, at 3 p.m., hosting No. 10 Boston University, before concluding the season on Sunday, Oct. 22, at 1 p.m. against Maine on Senior Day. Both games will be played at UMBC Soccer Stadium.
  • Retrievers Drop Overtime Heartbreaker to Vermont, 2-1, in Women’s Soccer Action
    October 15, 2006
    UMBC sophomore back Kali Schwartz scored with just two seconds remaining in regulation to send the game into overtime, but Vermont's Carson Laderoute put back a rebound on the goal line five minutes later to hand the Retrievers their fifth straight loss Sunday afternoon in America East women's soccer action on the Catamounts' Senior Day.
  • Retrievers Lose Fourth Straight After 3-0 Loss To Binghamton
    October 12, 2006
    The UMBC women's soccer team lost its fourth straight and fifth conference game after being shut out by Binghamton University on Thursday afternoon at UMBC Soccer Stadium.
  • Women’s Soccer Looks for First Conference Win Against Binghamton, Vermont
    October 11, 2006
    The UMBC women's soccer team returns to home competition Thursday at 4 p.m. to take on Binghamton before heading to Burlington, Vt., for a showdown against the University of Vermont in their final away game of the regular season at 1 p.m. on Sunday.
  • Women’s Soccer Still Winless in Conference Play After 3-1 Loss to Albany
    October 08, 2006
    The UMBC women's soccer team dropped its third straight with a 3-1 loss at America East rival Albany Sunday afternoon. The Retrievers remain winless in conference play.
  • Women’s Soccer Blanked Again, 5-0 by Hartford
    October 05, 2006
    The UMBC women's soccer team was shut out for the fifth time in six games Thursday evening, falling to America East foe Hartford, 5-0, at Al-Marzook Field. The Hawks improve to 5-8-0 overall and remain perfect in conference play at 3-0-0.
  • Women’s Soccer on the Road for Two Conference Showdowns This Week
    October 04, 2006
    The UMBC women's soccer team hits the road this week for two America East contests. The Retrievers will take on Hartford on Thursday, Oct. 5 at 6 p.m. before heading to Albany on Sunday, Oct. 8 at 1 p.m.
  • Women’s Soccer Blanked By Conference Foe Stony Brook, 1-0
    October 01, 2006
    The UMBC women's soccer team dropped its second America East Conference game, 1-0, to Stony Brook University on Sunday afternoon at UMBC Soccer Stadium.
  • Retrievers Get Back on Winning Track, Take Down Howard, 4-0, in Women’s Soccer Action
    September 27, 2006
    The UMBC women's soccer team snapped its four-game losing streak and its three-game scoring drought Wednesday afternoon with a 4-0 victory over host Howard.
  • Women’s Soccer Looks to Snap Four-Game Slide Against Howard, Stony Brook
    September 26, 2006
    The UMBC women's soccer team concludes its five-game road trip Wednesday at 6 p.m. at local rival Howard before heading home to host America East opponent Stony Brook on Sunday at 1 p.m. at UMBC Soccer Stadium.
  • Retrievers Drop Women’s Soccer Conference Opener, 1-0, to New Hampshire
    September 24, 2006
    The UMBC women's soccer team dropped its America East Conference opener, 1-0, to host New Hampshire Sunday afternoon at Lewis Field. The Retrievers have now been shut out in three straight contests and are mired in a four-game losing streak.
  • Women’s Soccer Blanked by Mount St. Mary’s, 4-0
    September 21, 2006
    The UMBC women's soccer team was shut out by Mount St. Mary's, 4-0, Thursday afternoon at the Mount St. Mary's Soccer Field. The Mount improves to 2-5-0 on the season after defeating the Retrievers for the first time ever in 12 meetings. UMBC was blanked for the second time in as many games.
  • Women’s Soccer Opens Conference Play This Weekend
    September 20, 2006
    The UMBC women's soccer team will look to snap its two-game losing streak while continuing its five-game road trip this week, taking on in-state rival Mount St. Mary's on Thursday at 4 p.m., then heading to New Hampshire to open America East Conference play on Sunday at 1 p.m.
  • Women’s Soccer Drops Second Straight, 2-0 to Jacksonville at Kick Out Cancer Tournament
    September 17, 2006
    The UMBC women's soccer team dropped its second straight decision Sunday afternoon, falling 2-0 to host Jacksonville on the final day of the Third Annual Kick Out Cancer Tournament at the Ashley Sports Complex.
  • Retrievers Fall to Stetson, 3-2, in Kick Out Cancer Tournament
    September 15, 2006
    The UMBC women's soccer team lost to Stetson University by a score of 3-2 in the first game of the Kick Out Cancer Tournament at Jacksonville University on Friday.
  • Women’s Soccer Heads to Florida for Kick Out Cancer Tournament
    September 14, 2006
    The UMBC women's soccer team heads to Jacksonville, Fla., this weekend for the third annual Kick Out Cancer Tournament, hosted by Jacksonville University. The Retrievers will take on Stetson on Friday at 5 p.m. before facing the host Dolphins Sunday at 2 p.m. The games will be played at Jacksonville's Ashley Sports Complex and will also include Elon University.
  • Force 3 UMBC Athlete of the Week: Mary Hearin
    September 13, 2006
    After scoring in each of the last two games, fifth-year senior midfielder Mary Hearin has been named the Force 3 UMBC Athlete of the Week.
  • Jessica Young Named America East Women’s Soccer Player of the Week
    September 11, 2006
    Junior forward Jessica Young was named America East Women's Soccer Player of the Week for the week ending Sept. 10, the conference announced Monday. Young lifted the Retrievers to a 2-0-0 weekend record with two goals and an assist as UMBC defeated Temple, 2-0, on Friday before taking down Radford, 4-1, Sunday afternoon at UMBC Soccer Stadium.
  • Tagger Scores Twice in UMBC’s 4-1 Win Over Radford in Women’s Soccer
    September 10, 2006
    Freshman midfielder Arielle Tagger scored the first two goals of her career to lead the UMBC women's soccer team past Radford, 4-1, Sunday afternoon at UMBC Soccer Stadium. At 3-2-1, the Retrievers' record is above the .500 mark for the first time this season, while the Highlanders fall to 2-3-0.
  • UMBC Women’s Soccer Topples Temple, 2-0
    September 08, 2006
    For the second time in three games, junior forward Jessica Young and senior midfielder Mary Hearin each scored for the Retrievers, as the UMBC women's soccer team evened its record with a 2-0 victory over Temple Friday afternoon. The game marked the Retrievers' return to UMBC Soccer Stadium after more than a year.
  • Women’s Soccer Hosts Temple, Radford This Weekend
    September 07, 2006
    The UMBC women's soccer team returns home this weekend to host Temple on Friday, Sept. 8, at 4 p.m. and Radford on Sunday, Sept. 10, at 1 p.m. Both games will be played at UMBC Soccer Stadium, the first games the Retrievers will play on the new Bermuda grass field.
  • Retrievers Fall to 25th-Ranked Maryland, 6-0, in Women’s Soccer Action
    September 04, 2006
    The UMBC women's soccer team lost to 25th-ranked Maryland, 6-0, Monday afternoon at Ludwig Field. The game was originally scheduled for Sunday evening but was postponed due to heavy rain in the area during the weekend.
  • Women’s Soccer Game At Maryland Moved to Monday
    September 01, 2006
    UMBC's women's soccer game at Maryland, scheduled for Sunday evening in College Park, has been moved to Monday, Sept. 4 at 4:30 p.m. Heavy rain in the area forced the Terrapins' game against Towson, originally scheduled for Friday night, to be postponed until Saturday or Sunday, pushing the Retrievers' game back a day as well.
  • UMBC, Longwood Tie 2-2 in Women’s Soccer Action
    August 30, 2006
    Junior forward Jessica Young and senior midfielder Mary Hearin each scored for the Retrievers but the game was called in the 83rd minute due to persistent lightning, as the UMBC women's soccer team settled for a 2-2 tie with host Longwood Wednesday evening.
  • Women’s Soccer on Road Twice This Week to Take on Longwood, Maryland
    August 29, 2006
    The UMBC women's soccer team hits the road this week for games against Longwood on Wednesday, Aug. 30 at 5 p.m., and Maryland on Sunday, Sept. 3 at 7 p.m. The Retrievers are 1-1-0 on the season and coming off a thrilling 2-1 overtime victory over Rider on Sunday.
  • UMBC Women's Soccer Wins Overtime Thriller for First Victory of Season
    August 27, 2006
    Junior forward Jessica Young found the back of the net just more than nine minutes into the first overtime period to give the UMBC women's soccer team a thrilling 2-1 victory over the visiting Rider Broncs Sunday afternoon at UMBC Stadium for the Retrievers' first win of the season.
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