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Davey’s five goals leads UMBC to comeback win

Freshman Marissa Davey exploded for a career-high five goals, including the game-winner in overtime, as UMBC came back to beat Binghamton, 13-12.

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Tony Giro no longer with UMBC women’s lax team

Tony Giro was previously one of UMBC’s co-head coaches but has been put on leave and removed from the program according to UMBC officials.

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Five UMBC women’s lax players suspended

UMBC suspended five players for “violation of team rules.” The team announced the suspensions after their victory over Manhattan on Saturday.

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Retrievers rally back to beat Manhattan, 12-11

The UMBC women’s lacrosse team allowed nine goals in the first half but stormed back and finished the game on a 5-0 run to capture a victory over the Jaspers.

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Strong start and finish help Towson beat UMBC

Towson started the game with four-straight goals but the Retrievers battled back. It wasn’t until the Tigers late surge closed the game.

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Wells Stanwick has career day in win over Navy

Wells Stanwick has been a very productive player in his career but his three goals and three assists were better than any game he’s every had in a Blue Jays uniform.

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Blue Jays demolish UMBC in lax opener

As Johns Hopkins honored late freshman Jeremy Huber and Dave Pietramala became the programs all-time winningest coach, the Blue Jays blew past UMBC, 16-4.

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DeNapoli sets new career-highs in win over UMBC

Thomas DeNapoli scored a career-high seven goals and had three assists while goalkeeper Andrew Wascavage had 15 saves in Towson’ comeback win over UMBC, 12-9.

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Ward nets seven in Loyola’s 21-9 win over UMBC

In heavy rain and strong winds Justin Ward scored seven goals and had three assists as a 10-goal run helped move Loyola past the Retrievers Tuesday night.

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Upperclassmen carry UMBC to victory

The Retrievers went on a 5-1 run in the second half to pull away from the Rutgers Scarlet Knights for an 11-7 victory in there home opener on Saturday.

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