Help us purchase new shot clocks.

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UMBC Men's Lacrosse: Shot Clock A Project of UMBC Athletics

The UMBC Men's Lacrosse team completed a great season! All-American attackman Matt Gregoire just "tied" for second in the nation in goal scoring. Moreover, the Retrievers posted their second-best scoring average since 1998, averaging 12.2 goals per game, the ninth-best figure in Division I.

As we gear up for the 2015 season, we need your support.The NCAA has passed legislation which will alter the stall rule for men's lacrosse by implementing a 30-second shot clock. While the shot clock isn't mandatory until the 2016 season, it is preferred for the 2015 season and would give us a competitive advantage to practice and play with the shot clocks this year.

How can you help?

The shot clocks with installation will cost $8,000. If 80 supporters gave $100 or 16 fans gave $500, we could reach our goal. Your support will help us have a competitive advantage on the field this season!

Please consider making a gift today!

We are no longer accepting donations on this campaign, but there are other ways for you to support us today!

Supported by 22 Donations:

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    Anonymous '10
  • Joe  C.
    Joe C. '06
    I Gave $100
  • Eric  G.
    Eric G. '09
    I Gave $150
    You know why I don't wear red?
  • Matt H.
    Matt H. '03
    I Gave $50
  • Ray I.
    Ray I. '87
    I Gave $500
  • Carl R.
    Carl R. '81
    I Gave $100
  • Steven S.
    I Gave $100
  • brendan m.
    I Gave $500
  • Conor D.
    Conor D. '08
    I Gave $100
    Conor Devlin '08
  • Don Z.
    I Gave $500
    Go Dawgs!
  • Dave  Q.
    Dave Q. '81
    I Gave $100
    Glad to be able to support the purchase of the scoreboard.
  • Steve M.
    Steve M. '92
    I Gave $250
  • Taylor M.
    Taylor M. '08
    I Gave $500
    Taylor Marino '08
  • Tim E.
    Tim E. '10
    I Gave $100
    Go Dawgs, Beat Albany
  • Michael L.
    I Gave $250
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    Anonymous '81
    UMBC Men's Lacrosse can use every alumni's help for this project - please give what you can fellow alums...
  • Tim O.
    Tim O. '95
    I Gave $250