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Tuesday, February 4, 2014

UDC Women's Lacrosse Announces Inaugural 2014 Schedule; Site of Home Games Moved to Georgetown

 
February 4, 2014

UDC Women’s Lacrosse Announces Inaugural 2014 Schedule; Site of Home Games Moved to Georgetown

WASHINGTON, DC – Head coach Melynda Brown announced the inaugural University of the District of Columbia women's lacrosse team's 2014 schedule on Tuesday, February 4th. The Firebirds will host four home games which will be played off-campus at Georgetown University Multi-Sport Field.
UDC will play its first game in program history on March 6th on the road at Wilmington University (DE). The Wildcats, who compete in the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACCC), were 4-13 overall last season but closed out the season with two wins, during which they outscored their opponents by a combined margin of 40-18.
The Firebirds then enter into East Coast Conference play with another road game at Queens on March 8th. After a 12-day rest, District of Columbia will host the program's first ever home game on March 20th vs. last year's ECC runner-up, Dowling.
UDC's next three games are on the road at ECC foes Mercy (March 28th), St. Thomas Aquinas (April 4th) and Roberts Wesleyan (April 6th). Following those three games, they host two consecutive games in the nation's capital vs. non-conference opponent, Georgian Court (April 10th) and league-opponent Molloy (April 13th).
On April 19th, the Firebirds will visit the two-time reigning NCAA Division II National Champions, LIU Post. The Pioneers were a perfect 20-0 last season (7-0 ECC) and are ranked No. 1 in the IWLCA Division II Pre-season Poll.
Brown's squad will then visit non-conference opponent Shepherd on April 26th and close out the season at home the following day vs. ECC foe Bridgeport.
For directions to Georgetown's Multi-Sport Field, visit here.

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