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  • Loyola men's lacrosse focused on Bucknell, not seeding for Patriot League tournament

    Loyola men's lacrosse focused on Bucknell, not seeding for Patriot League tournament
    Of the 16 scenarios for the possible seeds in next week's Patriot League tournament, eight would result in Navy earning the No. 1 seed and homefield advantage, six would give Loyola Maryland the top seed and homefield advantage, and two would send those...
  • Hamstring injury clouds Graham Savio's status for Loyola Maryland men's lacrosse

    Hamstring injury clouds Graham Savio's status for Loyola Maryland men's lacrosse
    Loyola Maryland is uncertain whether it will have the services of sophomore faceoff specialist Graham Savio for Saturday’s game at Patriot League foe Boston University. Savio, who had entered the No. 19 Greyhounds’ eventual 11-10 loss at No....
  • Postscript from Loyola Maryland at Maryland men's lacrosse

    Postscript from Loyola Maryland at Maryland men's lacrosse
    No. 3 Maryland’s 11-10 nip-and-tuck victory over No. 19 Loyola Maryland on Wednesday night at Byrd Stadium was a visual and powerful reminder that the two sides should be meeting on an annual basis. For their parts, Terps coach John Tillman and...
  • In rare close game, No. 3 Terps hold off No. 19 Loyola Maryland

    In rare close game, No. 3 Terps hold off No. 19 Loyola Maryland
    After three easy victories, the Maryland men's lacrosse team found itself in a tight game with Loyola Maryland, and the Terps may be better for it. Senior midfielder Bryan Cole converted a pass from senior midfielder Joe LoCascio with 3 minutes, 5...
  • Loyola Maryland at Maryland men's lacrosse: Three things to watch

    Loyola Maryland at Maryland men's lacrosse: Three things to watch
    Maryland owns an overwhelming 20-2 advantage over Loyola Maryland, but both sides have split the past four meetings. The Terps have won all five games at home in the series, while the Greyhounds will make their first visit to College Park since May 13,...
  • Loyola Maryland men's lacrosse eager to build on Saturday's 17-7 rout of Navy

    Loyola Maryland men's lacrosse eager to build on Saturday's 17-7 rout of Navy
    With 17 goals, 51 shots and 37 ground balls, Loyola Maryland put on the kind of display in Saturday’s 17-7 thumping of Patriot League rival Navy that the program has been known for in recent years. It also reminded coach Charley Toomey that what...
  • Loyola Maryland looking up, Navy searching for answers after rout

    One week and one result completely changed the outlooks for the Navy and Loyola lacrosse programs. Navy was riding high atop the Patriot League standings after routing second-place Boston University on March 28. Loyola Maryland, on the other hand, was...
  • Navy, Loyola clash on opposite paths

    Navy is hoping to remain on a roll while Loyola is looking to rebound from a rare lopsided loss when the in-state rivals meet in a crucial Patriot League men's lacrosse matchup on Saturday afternoon. The Midshipmen have won six of their last seven and...
  • Home has not been kind to Loyola Maryland men's lacrosse in 2015

    Home has not been kind to Loyola Maryland men's lacrosse in 2015
    Loyola Maryland’s Ridley Athletic Complex confines have not been so friendly to its tenants this season. In 2015, the Greyhounds (5-5 overall and 3-2 in the Patriot League) have lost four games at home. It took opponents three years between 2012...
  • Loyola Maryland men's lacrosse planning to increase minutes for second midfield, reduce minutes for first line

    Loyola Maryland men's lacrosse planning to increase minutes for second midfield, reduce minutes for first line
    Loyola Maryland’s starting midfield of sophomores Brian Sherlock and Romar Dennis and junior Tyler Albrecht has combined for 50 goals and 22 assists. The second line of freshmen Jay Drapeau and Johnny Giuffreda and sophomore Mike Perkins has totaled...
  • Forgettable first quarter dooms No. 16 Loyola Maryland in 11-4 loss to Colgate

    Forgettable first quarter dooms No. 16 Loyola Maryland in 11-4 loss to Colgate
    A disastrous first quarter doomed the Loyola Maryland men's lacrosse team. Colgate scored the first four goals of the period and never was seriously threatened afterward in an 11-4 upset of the No. 16 Greyhounds before an announced 1,276 at Ridley...