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Women’s Soccer Looks for First Conference Win Against Binghamton, Vermont
Mary Hearin and the Retrievers host Binghamton Thursday afternoon.
Baltimore-The UMBC women’s soccer team (4-9-1, 0-4-0 AEC) 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.
Looking Back: The Retrievers lost on the road twice last week, falling to
On the Bearcats:
Last Time vs. the Bearcats:
On the Catamounts:
Last Time vs. the Catamounts:
Moving Up the Ranks: Junior forward Jessica Young is tied with Kasy Kruger (1992-95) for fifth place all-time at UMBC with 23 career goals scored. She also ranks seventh all-time with 52 career points.
1. Denise Schilte 55
2. Erin Lesh 35
4. Kristen Einarson 25
5. Kasy Kruger 23
Jessica Young 23
7. Shannon Bagrosky 20
Kathy Zonis 20
1. Denise Schilte 148
2. Erin Lesh 87
3. Kasy Kruger 82
5. Kristen Einarson 63
6. Theresa Rosbert 55
7. Jessica Young 52
8. Shannon Bagrosky 50
9. Ruth Higgins 49
Goalies Galore: All four of UMBC’s goalies – seniors Robin Babaris and Carly Agro and sophomores Christine Bacinski and Catie Bukowski – have started at least one game between the pipes, with Babaris and Bukowski starting five games each. Bacinski has posted the best goals-against average (0.86 in 315:00), while Babaris has seen the most total playing time (477:42) and recorded the most saves (40).
Beasts in the America East: Junior forward Jessica Young is eighth in the America East with five goals, 29 shots, 0.85 points per game, 2.23 shots per game and 0.38 goals per game. Sophomore goalie Catie Bukowski ranks 10th in the league with 3.57 saves per game and senior goalie Robin Babaris ranks eighth in save percentage at .769 and is tied for 10th in goals-against average with 2.26.
As a team, the Retrievers are tied for second with 6.43 saves per game, tied for fifth with 1.21 goals per game and tied for sixth with 2.79 points per game.
Dawg Bites: The Retrievers are 0-4 in conference play for the first time since joining the America East in 2003. The last time UMBC lost its first four league games was 2002 as a member of the Northeast Conference… The Retrievers have dropped three straight and seven of their last eight dating to Sept. 15, their worst stretch since the 1999 season… UMBC was shut out for the fifth time in six games by
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