Women's Soccer Plays Hosts to Maine on Senior Day

(From L): Seniors Leah Roth, Jenna Denis, Mikayla Krinetz, Katie Berkowitz, and Wren Aye were all honored on Sunday following UMBC's 3-2 victory over Maine.
(From L): Seniors Leah Roth, Jenna Denis, Mikayla Krinetz, Katie Berkowitz, and Wren Aye were all honored on Sunday following UMBC's 3-2 victory over Maine.

BALTIMORE - In the final home game of the season, the UMBC women's soccer team will host the Maine Black Bears on Sunday, Oct. 21 with a noon kickoff. Following the game, fans are encouraged to stay as the team will honor its five seniors: Leah Roth, Katie Berkowitz, Jenna Denis, Wren Aye, and Mikayla Krinetz.

UMBC Retrievers vs. Maine Black Bears Game Info

What: UMBC Retrievers (1-15-0, 0-7-0 America East) vs. Maine Black Bears (6-8-1, 2-5-0 America East)

Where: Retriever Soccer Park - Baltimore, Md.

When: Sunday, Oct. 21 - 1 p.m.

How to Follow: Video | Live Stats

Social Media: @UMBC_WSoccer, @UMBCAthletics, #RetrieverNation, #AEWSOC

 

SCOUTING THE RETRIEVERS

UMBC fell in its final road game of the season against UAlbany, 4-0.

UAlbany was first on the board after Mariah Williams scored off a pass from Caroline Kopp in the 6th minute.

Elysia Paolillo sent UMBC's only shot on goal towards the net in the 36th minute, which Andrea Leitner was able to save.

Williams scored her second of the game in the 56th minute to give UAlbany a 2-0 advantage.

Jasmine Colbert gave the Great Danes a 3-0 lead in the 66th minute after she scored off a rebounded shot that was originally saved.

UAlbany scored its final goal in the 69th minute when Kopp sent a free kick in towards Kimberly Dierorff, who put the shot into the back of the net.

Jade Wilkins made a season-high eight saves in goal for the Retrievers, bringing her total on the season to 31. Christina Corbi leads the team with 11 points off five goals and one assist.

 

SCOUTING THE BLACK BEARS

The Black Bears enter the contest with a 2-5-0 record in America East play, most recently falling to Vermont, 2-1, in overtime on October 14.

The Catamounts scored first in the 25th minute, but the Black Bears' Jane Stevens tied things up in 43rd minute off an assist from Amanda Sandberg. Neither team was able to capitalize on any attempts in the second half and Vermont scored just two minutes into the first overtime period for the victory.

Maine's only conference victories this season have come on 1-0 wins over New Hampshire (Sept. 27) and UMass Lowell (Oct. 11).

Julia Maroney leads the Black Bears with 12 points off four goals and four assists, followed by Nicole Bailey (5g, 1a).

In goal, Annalena Kriebisch has 69 saves and a 1.35 goals against average in 15 starts.