Women’s soccer goalkeeper Lauren Kadet has been awarded one of three 2014 Maryland Association of College Directors of Athletics (MACDA) post-graduate scholarship awards. Ellie Miskiel from Washington College and Rob Koski from Harford Community College were also among those receiving the awards.
The UMBC women’s soccer team traveled to Howard High School in Columbia, Md. over the weekend to take part in its first Headers For Hope event on Saturday, April 12. The Retrievers joined four local universities in the women’s soccer showcase that helped to raise money for the Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults.
The UMBC women’s soccer team will participate in a pair of events over the weekend, traveling to Howard High School in Columbia, Md. to take part in Headers For Hope on Saturday, April 12 and following with its annual alumni game on Sunday, April 13 at the UMBC Stadium.
Help the UMBC women’s soccer team celebrate its successful 2013 season by making a donation today. All the money raised will be directly used toward upgrading the team’s locker room, training equipment, player apparel, travel expenses, video-editing technology, and support of UMBC women’s soccer.
Women’s Soccer Head Coach Leslie Wray received a contract extension which will keep her at the helm of the Retrievers through the 2018 season, as announced by Director of Athletics Tim Hall on Thursday, Feb. 27.
UMBC women’s soccer red-shirt junior Jessy Brown added another award to her 2013 campaign by being the first Retriever women’s soccer player to be named to a National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) All-Region Team.
BLACKSBURG, Va. – UMBC women’s soccer did all it could to hold off the fourth-ranked team in the nation and the top team in their bracket, but senior goalkeeperLauren Kadet’s (Oakville, Ontario/St. Thomas Aquinas) six saves were not enough to hold off Virginia Tech as the Hokies punched home a goal in each half to end the Retrievers’ Cinderella season in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament on Friday night at Thompson Field.
UMBC women's soccer travels to Blacksburg, Va., for its first-ever NCAA Tournament appearance on Friday, Nov. 15. The Retrievers take on Virginia Tech in first round action. First kick is set for 5 p.m. at Thompson Field.
INDIANAPOLIS – UMBC women’s soccer, the champions of the America East Conference, will look to continue their historic season as the Retrievers meet No. 1 Virginia Tech in the first round of their first-ever NCAA Tournament. Game time is set for 5 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 15 at Thompson Field in Blacksburg, Va.
BALTIMORE – UMBC women’s soccer continued the unimaginable, garnering its first-ever conference tournament title, as red-shirt junior Jessy Brown (Plantation, Fla./American Heritage) registered her sixth game-winning goal of the season to give No. 1 UMBC the 2-1 victory against No. 2 Stony Brook in the America East Championship game on Saturday evening at Retriever Soccer Park. The Retrievers become the first team in America East history to complete the worst-to-first turnaround and earn their first-ever NCAA Tournament berth.
The top-seeded UMBC women's soccer team looks to add another first to its historic season as it competes in its first America East Championship game on Saturday, Nov. 9 when they host No. 2 Stony Brook.
BALTIMORE – The top-seeded UMBC women’s soccer team continued its Cinderella story by scoring a pair of first half goals and shutting out No. 4 Hartford, 2-0, in America East Championship Semifinal action on Sunday afternoon at Retriever Soccer Park
BALTIMORE – UMBC women’s soccer opens its first conference tournament as the No. 1 seed and will look for its first-ever victory in the America East Championship when it hosts No. 4 Hartford on Sunday, Nov. 3 at Retriever Soccer Park.
BALTIMORE – UMBC women’s soccer’s sophomore forward Alexa Quaranta (Baltimore, Md./Perry Hall) garnered 2,076 of 6,338 total votes through the league’s social media sites to become the 2013 America East Women’s Soccer Fans’ Choice Player of the Year.
BALTIMORE – UMBC women’s soccer’s red-shirt junior midfielder Jessy Brown (Plantation, Fla./American Heritage) and freshman forward Amanda Dailey (Howell, N.J./Freehold Township/Monmouth) completed their second sweep of the season of the America East Weekly honors, as announced by the league office on Monday.
BALTIMORE – UMBC women’s soccer used a pair of goals over the final 3:25, including the game-winner with 1:00 to go from freshman forward Amanda Dailey (Howell, N.J./Freehold Township, Monmouth), to complete a 2-1 come-from-behind victory against Hartford in Thursday night’s Pink Game at Retriever Soccer Park.
BALTIMORE – With one week to go in the regular season and an America East Championship spot clinched, the UMBC women’s soccer team looks to better position itself as it welcomes first-place Hartford to Retriever Soccer Park on Thursday, Oct. 24.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – UMBC women’s soccer sophomore forward Alexa Quaranta (Baltimore, Md./Perry Hall) posted a seven-point week and helped the Retrievers to clinch a spot in the America East Championship for the first time since 2005 en route to being named the America East Player of the Week, as announced by the league office on Monday.
LOWELL, Mass. – UMBC women’s soccer’s sophomore forward Alexa Quaranta (Baltimore, Md./Perry Hall) tallied the first multiple goal game of her career, but it was not enough as UMass Lowell completed a 3-2 double overtime come-from-behind victory in Sunday afternoon’s America East contest at Cushing Field.
BALTIMORE – UMBC women’s soccer travels to conference-newcomer UMass Lowell on Sunday, Oct. 20 as the Retrievers look to remain atop of the America East Conference standings with three games remaining in the regular season. Game time is set for noon at Cushing Field.
STONY BROOK, N.Y. – UMBC women’s soccer’s red-shirt junior Jessy Brown (Plantation, Fla./American Heritage) extended the Retrievers’ win streak to four games, scoring her fifth game-winner of the season in the 103rd minute for the 2-1 double overtime victory in America East action versus Stony Brook on Thursday night at Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium.
BALTIMORE – UMBC women’s soccer returns to action, after having a bye on Sunday, on Thursday, Oct. 17 when the squad travels to Stony Brook. The Retrievers enter the week in a three-way tie with Hartford and Stony Brook for second place in the America East standings. Game time is set for 7 p.m. at Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium, with live video available on the America East Digital Network.
BALTIMORE – UMBC women’s soccer’s redshirt junior Jessy Brown (Plantation, Fla./American Heritage) tallied her league-leading fourth game-winning goal of the season in a 2-1 victory against Vermont in America East action on a rainy Thursday night at UMBC Stadium. The victory was the third straight for the Retrievers and their sixth at home in 2013.
BALTIMORE – The UMBC women’s soccer game versus Vermont set for 7 p.m. tonight at Retriever Soccer Park has been moved to the UMBC Stadium. Admission to the contest is free for all fans. Be sure to check back to www.UMBCRetrievers.com for further updates on the status of tonight’s contest. Live stats and video is also available at www.UMBCRetrievers.com.