UMBC’s 13-12 win at
The Retrievers improved to 5-6 overall, but – more importantly – 2-1 in the conference and a second-place tie with Hartford (6-5). Both teams trail No. 14
“It was a big win for us in a number of ways,” coach
UMBC had been 0-5 on the road this season and had last won away from UMBC Stadium on April 7, 2012 when the team defeated Vermont, 11-8. The Retrievers are looking for their first three-game winning streak since 2011.
Zimmerman said the hope is that the victory over Stony Brook – last year's America East champion – will inject the players with even more confidence as they look to wrap up their conference schedule against Albany on Friday night and Binghamton on April 27.