ANNAPOLIS -- The return of injured leaders Rob Chomo and David Jones made St. Mary's whole for the first time in weeks. Coupled with a number of Gilman penalties, it was enough to boost the Saints over the Greyhounds, 10-4, in a Maryland Scholastic Association A Conference Division II lacrosse game yesterday.
The victory, achieved in blistering heat and clouds of dust at Weems Whalen Field, kept No. 4 St. Mary's unbeaten (6-0, 2-0) heading into Saturday's showdown with co-Division II leader Loyola. The top-ranked and defending MSA champion Dons (2-0) visit Weems Whalen at noon.
"It [Loyola] is a very big game, but we're very confident. We're playing well," said attackman Greg Geiger, who had two goals. "We're not trying to force anything, and we're working the ball very well together."