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UMBC women's soccer is having its best season since 2005. Check out the tunes the team listens to for inspiration.
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#TuesdayTunes - UMBC Women's Soccer

Release: 10/22/2013
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With the UMBC women's soccer team having one of their most successful seasons since 2005, the Retrievers' playlist reflects their excitement in their journey through their culture change for the program since head coach Leslie Wray came in, their recent success and their potential for the rest of the season:

1. Started from the bottom (Drake)

We chose this one because of previous seasons. We lost a lot, but have come a long way this season and are finally being successful, posting a 9-5-2 record thus far.

2. Dark Horse (Katy Perry)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F9S-88WxPdE

This is one of our pregame songs that we listen to in the locker room. It talks about being capable of anything and everything and, as opposed to recent years, this season we feel like we are.

3. My Time (Fabulous)

We feel that this season is our time to prove to people that we are better than a 1-11-5 record or a 0-14-3 record.

4. Good Day (Nappy Roots)

This is a team song that takes some of the stress away from being a student-athlete. It is very upbeat and happy, which is something that helps during the tough days.

5. Shooting Stars (Bag Raiders)

Another song that blasts in our locker room as we prepare ourselves to go out on the field and look to pick up a win.

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