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Roth makes 13 saves in shutout of Liberty

Sophomore goalkeeper Leah Roth was spectacular in goal, never cracking against a relentless Liberty attack as she led UMBC to a 1-0 shutout victory.

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Rebuild? No, UMBC men’s soccer reloads

Even with many unknowns about how the lineup will fill out, there is plenty of reason to believe the Retrievers will continue on their great run of success.

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Greyhounds shut Retrievers out at Ridley, 2-0

The Loyola women’s soccer team rode home field advantage to a 2-0 victory over cross-town rival UMBC on a stormy Saturday afternoon.

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Quaranta scores twice in UMBC’s 3-2 OT win

Alexa Quaranta scored two goals in the season-opener as she picked things right where she left off before an injury shut hr down at the end of last year.

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UMBC adds two more to ranked soccer class

Already with one of the top 20 classes in the country, UMBC has added two more to make an eight-player recruiting class coming in next year.

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UMBC to host ‘Kicks for Chase’ on April 15

The UMBC men’s soccer team will host their 4th-straight ‘Kicks for Chase’ game against George Mason on April 15, a fundraiser The Arc NCR.

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UMBC brings in top 20 soccer class

Their first group of commitments since their run to the College Cup shows UMBC’s men’s soccer team is going to remain as one of nation’s top teams.

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UMBC’s Madison drafted by Toronto

UMBC striker Darius Madison was selected in the fourth round of the MLS SuperDraft by Toronto FC, becoming the seventh Retriever taken in six years.

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Retrievers’ season ends in semifinals to UVM, 2-1

After trying the Catamounts in the second half the Retrievers offense struggled to create late opportunities and UMBC fell in overtime.

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Moving on! UMBC advances past UNH

UMBC’s brick wall defense and a little luck from a UNH own goal helps the Retrievers move on to the conference semifinals against Vermont.

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