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UMBC can’t put it all together in loss to Bearcats

The Retrievers control play, but can’t finish and allow late goal to Binghamton as they fall 1-0 and remain searching for their first conference win.

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Nittany Lion set pieces doom Terps

Spoiling a tough performance by Maryland’s back line, Penn State scored three goals off corner kick as they shut the Terps out, 3-0.

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Hounds battle Lehigh to 0-0 draw

The Loyola women’s soccer team played into double overtime for a fourth-straight game and seventh time this year when they took on Lehigh.

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UMBC falls flat against UMass Lowell

A controversial first half red card left UMBC down a player against the nationally-ranked River Hawks and they were unable to keep up, falling 4-0.

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Towson falls to Dukes in 2OT, 2-1

Towsn played tough defensively against James Madison but eventually a late mistake aided the Dukes in scoring the winning goal in double overtime.

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Saramago nets hat trick in draw vs. BU

Freshman Brian Saramago posted his first career hat trick as Loyola tied Boston University, 3-3 while remaining unbeaten in Patriot League play.

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No. 1 Terps post fourth-straight shutout

The top-ranked Maryland men’s soccer team not only earned their sixth-straight victory, but their 2-0 win over Ohio State was their fourth-straight shutout.

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Terps shutout by Ohio State, 4-0

The Maryland women’s soccer team were not able to extend the Buckeyes streak of being shutout, instead failing to score themselves in a 4-0 loss.

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UMBC blanked by UMass Lowell in 2OT, 1-0

UMBC couldn’t capitalize on any of their 18 shots against UMass Lowell and suffered their first defeat at home this season in double overtime, 1-0.

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Van de loo’s goal puts JHU past F&M

JHU might be disappointed they did not score more against Franklin & Marshall but Meg Van de loo gave them a win with a goal in the 70th minute.

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