Men's Lacrosse Announces Broadcast Schedule; Retrievers Tabbed Third in Preseason Poll

Men's Lacrosse Announces Broadcast Schedule; Retrievers Tabbed Third in Preseason Poll

Nine of UMBC's regular season men's lacrosse games plus all post-season action will be broadcast on Q1370 ( in the Retrievers' 2014 campaign.

Gary Stein and Kevin Gibbons O'Neill will have all the angles covered from the opening face-off until the final horn as the Retrievers compete in their 11th season of America East Conference play.
Moreover, all UMBC home lacrosse games will continue to be streamed live on, a part of the America East Digital Network., now a FREE service, provides a high-definition production, with multiple cameras, a scoreboard clock and graphics, and the full audio play-by-play.
In addition, the UMBC Don Zimmerman Lacrosse Show hits the Q1370 airways beginning on Thursday, March 13 and continuing each Thursday from 7:00-8:00 p.m. through April. Paul Mittermeier is the host of the program.

Live stats will also be available for all Retriever home lacrosse games and links for road contests (audio, video, live stats) will be posted to

2014 UMBC Men's Lacrosse Radio Schedule

(Air times are 5 minutes before listed game times)


Sat. 22 Monmouth 1:00 p.m


Sat. 1 Richmond 1:00 p.m.; Sat. 8 Johns Hopkins 1:00 p.m.;  Tue. 11 Mercer, 7:30 p.m.; Tue.,18 at Towson, 7:00 p.m.; Fri. 28 Stony Brook*, 7:30 p.m.


Sun. 6 at Binghamton*, 2:00 p.m.; Sat. 12 Hartford*, 3:30 p.m.; Sat. 19 Albany*, 3:30 p.m.


Thu., 1 America East Semifinals!, TBA; Sat. 3 America East Championship, 10:00 a.m.!

*America East contest               ! America East Championship at Stony Brook


Fans can also follow all the action from their mobile devices via the new UMBC Front Row app. The app can be downloaded for free on the App Store for Apple devices and the Google Play Store for Android devices. 

UMBC was picked to finish third out of six teams in the annual America East Coaches' preseason Poll, as announced by the league office on in Cambridge, Mass. on Wednesday, Feb. 5.

In ten years of America East competition, the Retrievers have never finished lower than tied-for-second place in the regular season standings.
Albany was picked to repeat as champions, garnering five of the six first place votes and 25 votes overall. The other team receiving a first-place vote was Stony Brook, who totaled 21 votes and is projected to finish second. 
The Retrievers received 16 votes for a third-place projection, followed by Binghamton and Hartford with 12 and 11 respectively. Vermont rounded out the projections with five votes.