@DuqLax Drops Decision to UMBC 20-6
March 18, 2017

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TEAM RECORDS: DUQ (2-4) // UMBC (6-3) 

Jamison // Renehan // McDonald // Nolan // Moeller // Miller // Levine // Milligan // Baverman // Haggerty // Turco 

DUQ STARTERS: Bradshaw // Kollhoff // Petroksy // Shaw // Conway // Drotar // Blackburn // Gubler // Shifflett // Vacanti // Matthai 

KEEPERS OF RECORD: DUQ: McMinimee (2-4) // UMBC: Tolino (6-3) 

DeHaven (2), Vacanti (1), Drotar (1), Hart (1), Bradshaw (1)

UMBC's Carolyn Jamison and Sara Moller combined for 12 goals, as the Duquesne lacrosse team fell to UMBC 20-6 on Saturday morning in Catonsville, Maryland. 

Kaitlyn DeHaven scored a pair of goals for the Dukes, while Erin Conway matched a game-high three ground balls. Additionally, Tess Drotar led all players with four draw controls for the Dukes, who won 15 draw controls to UMBC's 13 for the day. 

Jamison and Moller also had two assists each, while Lauren McDonald added four goals for the Retrievers. 

1st HALF:
UMBC recorded four unanswered goals early on before DeHaven would find the back of the net with 21:38 to go, cutting Duquesne's deficit within 3 points, down 4-1. The Retrievers responded by extending their lead to 8-1 midway through the first half. Jill Vacanti capitalized on a free position opportunity with 12:49 to go, bringing the score to 8-2, and Rilee Bradshaw's goal with 7:49 left was the last Duquesne goal of the half, as UMBC would go into halftime with a 13-3 advantage. 

2nd HALF:
Drotar, DeHaven and Hart each got on the board, however UMBC would record seven second-half goals. 

"Bottomline, we need to be better. We have yet to put 60 full minutes of competitive lacrosse together, and it shows. We can't make excuses. We need to learn from this loss and make the necessary adjustments to move on."

The Dukes continue their five-game road swing, heading to Louisville (8-2) on Tuesday, with the match set for 4 p.m. 




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