Dani Tunnell and Michelle Platz each score a pair for Cincinnati.
Meg Gulmi turned back 13 shots in the effort.
UC returns home Thursday to host Rutgers.
Game set for Noon at Gettler Stadium.
2014: Started all 17 games in her first season at Cincinnati ... Scored 18 goals, tied for second on the team ... Also won 23 draw controls, second on the team ... Had four goals in win over Presbyterian, while also recording hat tricks in wins over Stetson and Iona ... Capped the season with a pair of goals in each of the final two games against UConn and Georgetown.
At UMBC: Played in 12 of 16 games as a sophomore, making five starts ... Registered two goals and two assists on the season ... As a freshman, posted six goals and a pair of assists, also making five starts and appearing in 12 games ... Scored her first collegiate goal versus Delaware ... Recorded an assist in her first collegiate start against Stony Brook ... Two-time selection to the America East Commissioner's Honor Roll for posting a GPA over 3.5.
High School: 2010 Girls Greater Cincinnati League Player of the Year ... Three-time all-conference selection at Cincinnati's St. Ursula Academy ... All-State and All-District selection by the Ohio Schoolgirls Lacrosse Coaches Association ... Twice named St. Ursula Coaches Award winner ... Also earned one varsity letter in soccer.
Personal: Born Nov. 25, 1992 ... Daughter of Peggy and Tony Platz ... Father played football at Rose Hullman ... Mother was a collegiate equestrian ... Has three sisters (Mary, Julie and Erin) and a brother (Tony) ... Member of National Honor Society at St. Ursula Academy ... Pursuing a degree in environmental engineering.
Headshot courtesy UMBCRetrievers.com.