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Warrington’s Two Goals Help Retrievers End Season on Positive Note with 4-3 Win Over Albany
Morgan Warrington finishes the season with a team-high five goals and 11 points after scoring twice at Albany.
The Retrievers finish the season 3-16-0 overall and 2-6-0 in America East play, as the win snapped a month-long seven-game losing streak. The Great Danes fell to 3-17-0 overall and 1-7-0 in the conference.
UMBC got on the scoreboard first when sophomore defender Erin Johnson’s (
Ten minutes later, freshman midfielder Danielle Kell (Willards, Md./Parkside) fed
The Great Danes cut the lead in half on a corner kick in the 20th minute. After midfielder Rebecca Lee took the corner from the left side, the ball was intercepted in the air by UMBC senior keeper Christine Bacinski (
But the Retrievers, who had not scored more than one goal in a game all season before Sunday, knotted the match at 3-3 when junior midfielder JoAnne Jackson (Portland, Ore./Lincoln) sent the ball to freshman forward Brooke Piper (London, Ontario/A.B. Lucas), who tallied her second goal in as many games in the 67th minute.
With the clock winding down and overtime looming,
In her final appearance for the Retrievers, Bacinski made seven saves, while Maisonet also stopped seven shots.
The Great Danes outshot the Retrievers, 29-18, and held an 8-2 advantage on corner kicks. UMBC’s 18 shots were a season high.