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Men's Basketball: ESPN+ Postgame Wrap - (1) Vermont vs. (4) UMBC - America East Semifinals
Men's Basketball: ESPN+ Postgame Wrap - (1) Vermont vs. (4) UMBC - America East Semifinals

Rob Ryan and Bernie Cieplicki wrap up the Catamounts America East Semifinals win over UMBC Tuesday night as UVM advanced to its fifth straight ...

Two years ago today, Jairus Lyles sent @UMBC_MBB to the tourney with this triple over Vermont... We ALL know what happened the next game‼️ Today: The Retrievers are +975 to beat Vermont again!

Ahsan Asadullah Lipscomb CAREER HIGH 40 PTS 14 REBS 3 AST vs Florida Gulf Coast |  ASUN Tournament
Ahsan Asadullah Lipscomb CAREER HIGH 40 PTS 14 REBS 3 AST vs Florida Gulf Coast | ASUN Tournament

https://nextones.com/player/ahsan-asadullah/statistics #AhsanAsadullah #LpscombBisons #NextOnes Ahsan Asadullah scored a career high 40 points and ...

FGCU Eagles set to host Lipscomb Bisons in ASUN Championship Quarterfinals
FGCU Eagles set to host Lipscomb Bisons in ASUN Championship Quarterfinals

The Eagles are ready for the ASUN Championship Quarterfinals! Make sure you're at Alico this Saturday (3.7) at 7pm to cheer us on! Get tickets at ...

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UMBC Retrievers

The UMBC Retrievers represent the University of Maryland, Baltimore County in NCAA Division I athletics. A member of the America East Conference , UMBC sponsors teams in eight men's and nine women's NCAA sanctioned sports.

UMBC Retrievers men's lacrosse
UMBC Retrievers men's lacrosse

The UMBC Retrievers men's lacrosse team represents the University of Maryland, Baltimore County in National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I men's college lacrosse competition. The Retrievers play their home games at UMBC Stadium, located in Baltimore, Maryland with a capacity of 4,500 spectators.

UMBC Retrievers men's basketball
UMBC Retrievers men's basketball

The UMBC Retrievers men's basketball team represents the University of Maryland, Baltimore County in National Collegiate Athletic Association Division I competition as a member of the America East Conference. UMBC made its first Division I postseason appearance in the NCAA tournament in 2008, in which it qualified by winning the America East Conference Tournament.

UMBC Retrievers men's soccer
UMBC Retrievers men's soccer

The UMBC Retrievers men's soccer team represents the University of Maryland, Baltimore County in National Collegiate Athletic Association college soccer competition. UMBC competes as a member of the America East Conference.

UMBC Retrievers baseball
UMBC Retrievers baseball

UMBC Retrievers baseball is the varsity intercollegiate team representing University of Maryland, Baltimore County in the sport of college baseball at the Division I level of the National Collegiate Athletic Association . The team is led by Liam Bowen, and plays its home games at The Baseball Factory Field at UMBC on campus in Baltimore, Maryland.

UMBC Retrievers women's basketball
UMBC Retrievers women's basketball

The UMBC Retrievers women's basketball team represents the University of Maryland, Baltimore County in National Collegiate Athletic Association Division I competition as a member of the America East Conference.

Florida Gulf Coast Eagles
Florida Gulf Coast Eagles

The Florida Gulf Coast Eagles refer to the fifteen sports teams representing Florida Gulf Coast University in Fort Myers, Florida in intercollegiate athletics, including men and women's basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, and tennis; women's-only: softball, swimming and diving, indoor volleyball, and sand volleyball; and men's-only: baseball. The Eagles compete in the NCAA Division I and are members of the Atlantic Sun Conference (ASUN).

Florida Gulf Coast Eagles men's basketball
Florida Gulf Coast Eagles men's basketball

The Florida Gulf Coast Eagles men's basketball team is the men's basketball team that represents Florida Gulf Coast University in Fort Myers, Florida, United States. The school's team currently competes in the Atlantic Sun Conference.In 2002, Florida Gulf Coast became an independent member of NCAA Division II. Florida Gulf Coast also started its men's basketball team, with Dave Balza as head coach from the inaugural 2002–03 to the 2010–11 season.

Florida Gulf Coast Eagles men's soccer
Florida Gulf Coast Eagles men's soccer

The Florida Gulf Coast Eagles men's soccer team represents Florida Gulf Coast University in Fort Myers, Florida in all NCAA Division I men's soccer competitions. The Eagles compete in the Atlantic Sun Conference.