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UMBC men's soccer remaining calm about offense's sudden ineffectiveness in NCAA tournament
UMBC men's soccer remaining calm about offense's sudden ineffectiveness in NCAA tournament

UMBC and No. 11 seed Providence are the only teams left in the Elite Eight of the NCAA Division I tournament that have yet to surrender a goal in regulation and overtime in the postseason. On the flipside, the Retrievers (14-5-4) – who will meet No. 12 seed Creighton (16-3-2) in a quarterfinal Friday night at Morrison Stadium in Omaha, Neb. – have the least productive offense in the playoffs, scoring just twice. The offense’s sudden lack of punch might be a cause for concern for fans, but senior midfielder Mamadou Kansaye said he is confident. “It doesn’t worry me at all,” said the McDonogh graduate, who scored his fifth goal of the season in...

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