River Hawks suffered a 21-5 defeat against UMBC, despite notable performances from Lawhorn and Soi, extending their scoring streaks.

By the Numbers
  • Riley Lawhorn and Johnny Soi extended their scoring streaks to 2 and 4 games, respectively
  • UMass Lowell received output from Lawhorn, Soi, Jackson Dean, and Jayden Consigli
  • UMBC scored six straight goals in the first period
  • UMass Lowell goaltenders Luke Renaud and Carter O'Brien each made 8 saves
Yes, But

UMass Lowell faced a tough challenge as UMBC dominated the game with consistent scoring.

State of Play
  • UMass Lowell struggled against UMBC's early lead but showed resilience in scoring moments
  • UMass Lowell's defense improved in the second half, holding UMBC scoreless for a period
What's Next

Next, the River Hawks will face Merrimack in their upcoming match on Friday, April 12 at 5 p.m.

Bottom Line

The River Hawks faced a tough loss against UMBC, highlighting the need to regroup and focus on the upcoming games for a stronger performance.