Tumultuous season leads to playoff berth
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Tumultuous season leads to playoff berth

Every sports team has endured some form of drama that could potentially lead to a downfall of its franchise. Take, for example, the outrage against former Clippers’ owner…

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Baseball players from fall scandal return

Photo by Alex McKenzie

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Baseball players from fall scandal return

On Saturday, the campus group Speakout to Oppose Predators and Their Protectors, or S.T.O.P.P., reached out to The Retriever describing a planned protest for Tuesday, March 12. The…

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UMBC embarks on unknown horizon after first round exit
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UMBC embarks on unknown horizon after first round exit

The season is over, the final buzzer has sounded and the last drop of sweat has fallen on the court. It started out as another game day for…

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A Desolate Decade for Men’s Lacrosse

UMBC celebrates against Mount St. Mary. Photo by Ian Fieldmann

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A Desolate Decade for Men’s Lacrosse

  Every region has a sport that they identify with, from Spain and their love for soccer to Americans’ passion for football. For Maryland, the argument can be…

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Inside the Bark: Courtney Coppersmith
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Inside the Bark: Courtney Coppersmith

As a mid-major school, UMBC is expected to draw mid-tier talent for their athletic programs. It is not often that a school of UMBC’s size is able to…

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Dog eat dog world: Retrievers knock out the Great Danes

UMBC Men's Basketball defeats Albany to secure sport in the semifinals in the America East playoffs. Photo by Derek Frazier

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Dog eat dog world: Retrievers knock out the Great Danes

The magical month of March has arrived, and with it comes championship week. All around college basketball, conference tournaments have begun. Jairus Lyles’ shot against Vermont and UMBC’s…

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