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Early Goal Not Enough as Women’s Soccer Falls to Stony Brook, 2-1
Morgan Warrington scored her team-leading third goal of the season against the Seawolves.
But the Seawolves knotted the score a little more than 18 minutes later when forward Trine Allenberg sent a corner kick to midfielder Brooke Barbuto, who booted the ball into the goal.
Despite a barrage of Stony Brook shots in the first half – the Seawolves outshot the Retrievers, 11-5, in the opening period – the tie lasted through halftime. Late in the 58th minute, Stony Brook was again awarded a corner kick. Defender Sarah Dwyer took the shot, and UMBC senior goalie Christine Bacinski (
Bacinski made six saves for the Retrievers, while Stony Brook keeper Amanda Hemme stopped four shots.
The Seawolves outshot UMBC, 16-9, in the game, and also held a 5-1 advantage on corner kicks.
The Retrievers return to action on Thursday, when they travel to America East rival