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Greyhounds upset No. 11 UMBC, 1-0

The previously unbeaten Retrievers may have dominated the stat sheet but the Loyola Greyhounds came up with the only goal of the game for their first win.

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Hayes’ two goals puts Greyhounds past Retrievers

Rosy Hayes scored two goals to lift Loyola Greyhounds past the UMBC Retrievers in their first game of the Battle of Baltimore. UMBC suffers second-straight shutout.

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Madison’s goal keeps Retrievers unbeaten

Darius Madison booted another very impressive goal against Oakland, which proved to be the game-winner, in the 2-1 decision.

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Madison’s goal leads Retrievers past Buckeyes

While the young UMBC back-line continues to perform above expectations it was Darius Madison who got loose and gave UMBC the goal they needed for the 1-0 victory.

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Nikki Boretti likes to stay busy

Nikki Boretti has been a starter for UMBC since day one, is a 4.0 double-major and in her free time travels around the world on volunteer trips.

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Retrievers decimate Central Arkansas, 5-0

The Retrievers had no shortage of goal scorers as they claimed the Hampton Inn BWI Kick-Off Classic with a 5-0 win over Central Arkansas.

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Retrievers rally for 2-2 draw against Fairfield

UMBC out-shot Fairfield 20-7 but two early goals by the Stags forced UMBC to make a furious run at the end to get a draw in front of a record crowd as RSP.

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Defensive struggles continue for UMBC women

The UMBC women’s team has had no issue scoring but their defense has let them down. Those defensive issues led to a 3-2 loss to George Mason on Friday.

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Youth shows in scrimmage but so does potential

Though some things looked a bit shaky in their 1-0 victor over American, it is clear the UMBC men’s soccer team is still a program that should have high hopes.

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UMBC men’s soccer earns No. 12 preseason ranking

Fresh off a trip to the NCAA College Cup, the UMBC men’s soccer team will start the 2015 season with a No. 12 ranking on the NSCAA poll.

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