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  • After 13-4 loss to Binghamton, 'embarassed' UMBC holds closed-door meeting

    After 13-4 loss to Binghamton, 'embarassed' UMBC holds closed-door meeting
    It took the Binghamton men's lacrosse team less than two hours to rout host UMBC on Saturday, but that wasn't the end of the Retrievers' day. They held a 50-minute, closed-door meeting after the 13-4 thumping at UMBC Stadium, letting loose equal amounts...
  • Binghamton at UMBC men's lacrosse: Three things to watch

    Binghamton at UMBC men's lacrosse: Three things to watch
    UMBC has a 13-2 advantage all time in this series with Binghamton, but the America East Conference rivals have split their past four meetings. The Retrievers are 0-1 at home after losing to Towson, 11-7, a week ago, while the Bearcats improved to 1-1 on...
  • Pat Young adding feeder to offensive duties for UMBC men's lacrosse

    Pat Young adding feeder to offensive duties for UMBC men's lacrosse
    As UMBC’s leading returning goal scorer (33 last season), Pat Young’s reputation as a scorer already was well established. But after five games this season, the junior midfielder leads the team in assists with five. For Young, that fits into...
  • UMBC star Pat Young living up to eighth-grade expectations

    UMBC star Pat Young living up to eighth-grade expectations
    Two years ago, a teacher from The Chapin School in Princeton, N.J., returned a letter that Pat Young wrote as an eighth-grader. In the letter, Young asked his future self whether he was playing lacrosse and what college he was playing for. "So, it's...
  • UMBC men's lacrosse continuing to tinker with man-up offense

    UMBC men's lacrosse continuing to tinker with man-up offense
    UMBC is hoping that a couple changes will help pump some life into a slumbering man-up offense. Freshman attackman Jonah Kozireski (Severna Park) has joined a foursome of attackmen in juniors Nate Lewnes (St. Mary’s), Jack Gannon and Drew...
  • UMBC men's lacrosse 'excited' for home opener Saturday after four straight on road

    UMBC men's lacrosse 'excited' for home opener Saturday after four straight on road
    After opening the season with four consecutive games on the road, UMBC will play at home for the first time when No. 15 Towson visits UMBC Stadium at 1 p.m. Saturday. The Retrievers’ four-game road stretch was their longest since 2003, and they...
  • College coaches weigh in on what they see in great players

    College coaches weigh in on what they see in great players
    With high school lacrosse ramping up across the country, it's an ideal time to write about the traits outstanding lacrosse players share. Excellence comes down to preparation, effort and attitude. College coaches have seen these qualities and many more in...
  • Return of Jack Gannon a boost for struggling UMBC men's lacrosse offense

    Return of Jack Gannon a boost for struggling UMBC men's lacrosse offense
    Jack Gannon's return from a one-game absence was exactly what the UMBC men's lacrosse team needed. After missing the team's 4-2 win against Monmouth on Feb. 21 because of an ankle injury, the junior attackman led the Retrievers with three goals and an ...
  • UMBC men's lacrosse could stay with Severna Park grad Jonah Kozireski on starting attack

    UMBC men's lacrosse could stay with Severna Park grad Jonah Kozireski on starting attack
    For the third time in as many games, UMBC featured a different starting attack, and the most recent group could play again when the team travels for a Saturday meeting with Richmond. Freshman Jonah Kozireski joined junior Nate Lewnes and sophomore Max...
  • Aesthetics of 4-2 win at Monmouth don't matter to UMBC coach Don Zimmerman

    Aesthetics of 4-2 win at Monmouth don't matter to UMBC coach Don Zimmerman
    UMBC took part in the lowest scoring game in its Division I history when the team escaped Monmouth with a 4-2 win on Saturday. The score doesn’t suggest the kind of fireworks one would associate with a sport famously billed as the fastest on two...
  • UMBC men's lacrosse widening net for improved play on faceoffs

    UMBC men's lacrosse widening net for improved play on faceoffs
    With UMBC having won just 25 percent of its faceoffs (11 of 44) this season, the Retrievers are exploring all options to improve their play on draws. In addition to faceoff specialists Steve Larson, Brett Malamphy and Nathan Klein, Garrett Hasken is...