UMBC Tae Kwon does it all

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UMBC Tae Kwon does it all

On Saturday, Oct. 3, the UMBC Tae Kwon Do Club arrived in the CCBC gymnasium in Essex to participate in their first ever competition. The team entered with a strong…

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Despite late spark, women’s volleyball fail to complete comeback

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Despite late spark, women’s volleyball fail to complete comeback

To commemorate Homecoming weekend, women’s volleyball hosted the Albany Great Danes in the RAC on Friday, October 9. The UMBC Pep Band and Retriever fans brought the noise…

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Woman’s volleyball trounced in thriller in the RAC

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Woman’s volleyball trounced in thriller in the RAC

Coming off the heel of a three game losing streak, UMBC women’s volleyball team returned to the RAC on Tuesday, Sept. 22 to face the La Salle Explorers.…

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In case you missed it: track and field star Rentzsch competes at NCAA Championships

Back in June, junior track and field athlete Vincent Rentzsch travelled to Eugene, Ore., as the lone Retriever, to compete in the NCAA Championships in the javelin throw.…

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Women’s soccer holds off conference rival in double overtime draw

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Women’s soccer holds off conference rival in double overtime draw

Women’s soccer played their fourth double overtime game of the season as they opened conference play against The University at Albany at Retriever Soccer Park on Sunday. Both…

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What is a Retriever? A look back at the history of UMBC’s mascot

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What is a Retriever? A look back at the history of UMBC’s mascot

The definition of a mascot is an animal, person or thing adopted by a group as its representative symbol and supposed to bring good luck. Mascots vary from…

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