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  • UMBC to use last year's loss to Binghamton as motivation

    UMBC to use last year's loss to Binghamton as motivation
    Last year’s regular-season finale ended on a sour note for UMBC when Binghamton stunned the Retrievers with a 15-8 rout in Vestal, N.Y. But the loss wasn’t too costly as UMBC had already clinched a berth in the America East tournament....
  • Fathers and sons, players and coaches at UMBC

    Fathers and sons, players and coaches at UMBC
    The two coaches sat together under the shade of UMBC's Stadium Complex. The coaches, men with more than 60 years of experience between them, occasionally glanced down at the women's lacrosse practice in motion, talking to pass the time. The reality is...
  • UMBC has turned goalie duties to sophomore Wes DiRito

    UMBC has turned goalie duties to sophomore Wes DiRito
    UMBC has split its last two contests, and the starting goalkeeper for both games has been sophomore Wes DiRito. DiRito was on the losing end of a 13-7 setback to Johns Hopkins on March 8, but the Odenton native who graduated from DeMatha earned his...
  • Don Zimmerman not worried about balance in UMBC offense

    Don Zimmerman not worried about balance in UMBC offense
    UMBC’s 11-7 victory over Rutgers on Saturday to even the team’s record at 1-1 was highlighted by an impressive performance from the attack unit. Senior Matt Gregoire led the team with three goals, and senior Scott Jones chipped in two goals...
  • UMBC at Loyola: Three things to watch

    UMBC at Loyola: Three things to watch
    UMBC (1-1) rebounded from a season-opening loss to Robert Morris by beating Rutgers, 11-7, last Saturday. The Retrievers rode the hot hand of senior goalkeeper Adam Cohen, who made 12 of his game-high 13 saves in the game’s final three quarters. No....
  • After lacrosse title, Loyola goes from being hunter to hunted

    After lacrosse title, Loyola goes from being hunter to hunted
    To the victors go the spoils, but those accolades mean little to the Loyola men's lacrosse team. In the aftermath of the Greyhounds' 9-3 victory over Maryland in last May's NCAA tournament final, the program turned down a few rewards associated with...
  • Goalie Adam Cohen gets the nod for UMBC's season opener

    Goalie Adam Cohen gets the nod for UMBC's season opener
    UMBC will open the season this Saturday against Robert Morris with Adam Cohen resuming his role as the team’s starting goalkeeper. The senior got the nod over sophomore Wes DiRito, and coach Don Zimmerman didn’t disagree that Cohen’s...
  • Division I lacrosse preview: UMBC Retrievers

    Division I lacrosse preview: UMBC Retrievers
    Friday’s entry is the third installment of a week-long series taking a look at each of the seven Division I programs in this state according to their order of finish from last season. Check back on Saturday for a preview of Mount St. Mary’s,...
  • UMBC senior class eager to turn tide

    UMBC senior class eager to turn tide
    A three-year absence from the NCAA tournament doesn’t sit well with Don Zimmerman, but the UMBC coach may not have to issue any challenges to his players. That may come from his senior class. Fourteen of the team’s 42 players are seniors,...
  • Towson at UMBC: Three things to watch

    Towson at UMBC: Three things to watch
    Towson has dominated this series to the tune of 28 wins and 15 losses with its neighbor to the south, but UMBC has won four of the last six meetings. The Tigers (3-5) have posted all three of their wins in the last five contests, but couldn’t take...
  • UMBC ready to dive into America East conference play

    UMBC ready to dive into America East conference play
    The first half of the season has ended with UMBC compiling a 3-5 record. But the next five weeks may be more important -- and even more rewarding -- for the men's lacrosse team. Saturday’s road contest at Hartford begins America East play for...
  • UMBC has no plans to overlook Hartford

    UMBC has no plans to overlook Hartford
    UMBC opens play in the America East this Saturday with a visit to Hartford. The Hawks began the season with three consecutive losses, won three straight and then dropped a 13-11 decision to Massachusetts last Saturday. Despite Hartford’s uneven...