Women's Lacrosse Falls to #2 Maryland, 18-1, on Wednesday Night

Photo by Jack Miller
Photo by Jack Miller

BALTIMORE - The UMBC women's lacrosse fell to the second-ranked Maryland Terrapins, 18-1, on Wednesday afternoon.


-Maryland opened the game on a four-goal run before Payton Van Kirk fed a pass to Brittany Levine to cut the Terps' lead to 4-1 with 14:21 remaining in the first half.

-The Terrapins rattled off five more goals to take a 9-1 advantage into halftime.

-Kelsey Weishaar, Lily Kennedy, and Zoë Pekins each were able to get shots off for the Retrievers before halftime, but all were saved by Maryland.

-In the second half, the Terps scored nine more goals before the final buzzer.

-UMBC's only shot in the second period came at the 4:07 mark when Catherine Sims sent the ball wide of the net.


Maryland moves to 4-0 on the season, as UMBC falls to 2-2.


12 - Carly Tolino made 12 saves in the game, marking the fourth-straight game with 10+ saves.

3 - Levine controlled a team-high three draw controls on the day.

2 - Tolino and Caroline Millenburg each scooped up two ground balls.


UMBC will hit the road for two games in Pennsylvania, starting on March 2 at Lehigh. The opening draw is set for 1 p.m.