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Womenís Soccer Falls to Binghamton, 3-1
Sophomore Michell Worrest had an assist Thursday vs. Binghamton.
BALTIMORE- The UMBC Womenís Soccer team (2-13-2, 1-6-0 AEC) lost its final road game of the year, 3-1, at Binghamton (3-10-3, 2-4-1 AEC) in Vestal, N.Y on Thursday evening.
Bearcat back Katie Kerrigan headed the ball off a UMBC defender and past UMBC goalkeeper Christine Bacinski (Hampstead, Md./Mount de Sales) in the 11th minute to give Binghamton a 1-0 lead. Binghamton forward Danielle White was credited with the assist.
Three minutes after the intermission, White took a pass from the left side from Bearcat forward Kim Povill and beat Bacinski from inside the penalty box.
White struck again in the 55th minute, scoring from close range after Bacinskiís save of Bearcat midfielder Kerry O'Shaughnessy's shot bounced to her.
In the 66th minute, the Retrievers got on the board when freshman forward Morgan Warrington (Magnolia, Del./St. Thomas Moore Prep) scored off a cross from sophomore forward Michelle Worrest (Germantown, Md./Northwest).
Bacinski made four saves for the Retrievers in 58:46, while junior Catie Bukowski (Odenton, Md./Arundel/South Carolina) recorded two saves in the final 31:14. Bearcat goalie Jen McEachron made four saves.
Binghamton held an 18-8 advantage on shots and a 6-0 advantage on corners.
The Retrievers conclude their season at home for Senior Day on Sunday, hosting Albany at UMBC Soccer Stadium at 1 p.m.