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Women’s Soccer Falls to Stony Brook, 2-0
A fast-break pass from Stony Brook midfielder Taryn Schoenbeck to forward Colleen McKenna found the back of the net when McKenna rocketed a shot from just inside the box under the crossbar to put the Seawolves up, 1-0, late in the ninth minute. Then just 3:41 later, Stony Brook tallied its second goal of the game off a failed clear by a UMBC defender. Midfielder Dominique Adamo fired a shot from just inside the right corner over the head of UMBC freshman goalie Lauren Kadet (
UMBC’s best opportunity came with just over a minute left in play when sophomore forward Rachel McKee (
Kadet finished with six saves, while Morales stopped five shots for the Seawolves. UMBC outshot Stony Brook, 12-9, and both teams took two corner kicks in the game. Johnson and McKenna were named the America East Players of the Game for their respective teams.
The Retrievers play their last home contest of the year on Thursday when they host America East rival