UMBC women’s basketball rising sophomore Lucrezia Costa (Rome, Italy/Liceo Classico Enrico Perito) and team Italy finished in sixth place at the FIBA U20 European Championships, held in Portugal this past week.
UMBC women’s basketball rising sophomore Lucrezia Costa (Rome, Italy/Liceo Classico Enrico Perito) will represent her home country of Italy in the upcoming FIBA U20 Women’s European Championships this week in Matosinhos, Portugal.
Taylor McCarley (Bowie, Md./Academy of Holy Cross) was named DI-AAA Athletics Directors Association Scholar-Athlete, the association announced Tuesday. McCarley was one of ten student-athletes to earn the distinction.
UMBC women’s basketball saw their season end in an 81-75 loss to Brown in the first round of the WBI on Thursday. Three Retrievers hit double figures, led by Pandora Wilson (Gaithersburg, Md./Academy of Holy Cross) with 19 points.
UMBC women’s basketball will return to the postseason for the second straight season, as they host a first round matchup with the Brown Bears on Thursday, March 16, in the WBI Postseason Tournament at the RAC at 7 p.m.
UMBC women’s basketball is once again heading back to postseason play, competing in the WBI (Women’s Basketball Invitational) Tournament for the second straight year. The Retrievers will be the seed and take on Brown this Thursday at 7 p.m. at the RAC.
UMBC women’s basketball fell in the America East Quarterfinals, 74-40 to Hartford on Saturday. The Retrievers got ten points and five rebounds from Lauara Castaldo (West Nyack, N.Y./Clarkstown South) in the contest.
UMBC women’s basketball will travel to Portland, Maine as the three seed in the 2017 America East Championships to face the sixth-seeded Hartford Hawks in the quarterfinals. The Retrievers and the Hawks will tip-off on Saturday, March 4 on ESPN3, at 8:15 p.m. or approximately 30 minutes following the conclusion of the third quarterfinal game.
UMBC women’s basketball climbed back to within one after being down as many as 15 in a 65-61 loss to New Hampshire on Sunday. The Retrievers got 19 points from Taylor McCarley (Bowie, Md./Academy of Holy Cross) in the loss.
After seeing their six-game winning streak snapped in a 57-31 loss to Stony Brook on Thursday, the UMBC women?s basketball team will close out the regular season at home on Sunday, Feb. 26 against the America East regular season champion New Hampshire Wildcats.
UMBC women’s basketball saw their six game win streak snapped at the hands of Stony Brook on Thursday night, 51-37. Laura Castaldo (West Nyack, N.Y./Clarkstown South) led the way with 13 points in the loss.
After their sixth consecutive win with a 78-62 victory over UMass Lowell, the UMBC women’s basketball team will head out on the road for the final time this season as they travel to Stony Brook on Thursday, Feb. 23. The Retrievers and Seawolves will tip-off from Island Federal Credit Union Arena at 7 p.m. on ESPN3.
UMBC women’s basketball junior Laura Castaldo (West Nyack, N.Y./Clarkstown South) and freshman Allison McGrath (South Park, Pa./South Park) have been named America East Co-Player and Rookie of the Week for the week ending Feb. 20, the conference announced on Monday.
UMBC women’s basketball dominated from start to finish in a 78-62 win against UMass Lowell on Saturday. The Retrievers got a career day from junior Laura Castaldo (West Nyack, N.Y./Clarkstown South) with 24 points and 11 rebounds for her first career double double.
Holding the America East’s longest winning streak and the number two spot in the conference standings, the UMBC women’s basketball will head to Massachusetts to take on UMass Lowell on Saturday, Feb. 18. The conference clash will tip off on ESPN3 at 1 p.m. from the Tsongas Center.
UMBC women’s basketball picked up a big 63-60 win on Wednesday against the Albany Great Danes. UMBC used stout defense in the second half to engineer a comeback from 14 points down to win their fifth straight and nine of their last ten.
With just a few weeks to go before the America East Tournament, the two hottest teams in the conference will meet for prime spots going into Portland as UMBC (13-12, 8-4 America East) hosts UAlbany (15-10, 9-3 America East) on Wednesday, February 15 at the RAC Arena
UMBC used a big second half push to take down Vermont, 64-52 on Sunday. The Retrievers outscored the Catamounts 36-22 in the second half to win their eighth of their last nine. Senior Taylor McCarley had a career high 12 assists on the day.
After taking down Hartford, 64-47, on Friday afternoon, the UMBC women's basketball team will stay on the road as they take on the Vermont Catamounts on Sunday, Feb. 12 at Patrick Gymnasium. The noon tip-off will be broadcasted on ESPN3.
Freshman Allison McGrath (South Park, Pa.) poured in a career high 17 points on five three pointers, as UMBC women’s basketball defeated Hartford 64-47 on Friday. The Retrievers held Hartford to just 15 made field goals in the win.
After avenging earlier losses to Binghamton and Maine last week, the UMBC women’s basketball team looks to seek revenge on the Hartford Hawks on Thursday, Feb. 9 at the Chase Family Arena in West Hartford, Conn. The conference clash will be broadcast on ESPN3 at 7 p.m.
UMBC women’s basketball won a seesaw battle, 66-62 against Maine on Saturday afternoon. The Retrievers had to fend off a furious rally from the Black Bears, as senior Taylor McCarley (Bowie, Md./Academy of Holy Cross) led the way with 21 points, six assists and six steals.
After starting the second half of America East play with a 53-45 victory over Binghamton on Wednesday night, the UMBC women's basketball team will look to continue that momentum as they welcome the University of Maine Black Bears to the RAC Arena on Saturday, February 4.
UMBC women’s basketball got a career high nine points from freshman Allison McGrath (South Park, Pa./South Park) in the third quarter, sparking a Retriever run that led to a 53-45 victory on Wednesday.
After falling to New Hampshire, 60-50, on the road on Saturday, the UMBC women’s basketball team will return home to the RAC Arena to open the second half of America East play against the Binghamton Bearcats on Wednesday, February 1
After picking up their fourth straight win of the season, the UMBC women’s basketball team will head to Durham, N.H. to take on the conference-leading University of New Hampshire Wildcats on Saturday, Jan. 28. The conference clash will tipoff at 12 p.m. at Lundholm Gymnasium on America East TV.
UMBC women’s basketball picked up a 67-61 victory against Stony Brook on Wednesday afternoon, thanks in part to an all-around performance by senior Taylor McCarley (Bowie, Md./Academy of Holy Cross). McCarley finished with 15 points, seven rebounds and seven assists as UMBC wins their fourth straight.