Loyola's Bacso scores 6 goals in rout of Irish Greyhounds win, 14-7, end Notre Dame home streak

March 03, 1996|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

NOTRE DAME, Ind. -- Brian Bacso scored a career-high six goals and added two assists as Loyola defeated Notre Dame, 14-7, at Krause Stadium yesterday. The Greyhounds (1-0) ended Notre Dame's 10-game home winning streak.

The Fighting Irish (0-1) outshot the Greyhounds, 46-26, including 19-5 in the second quarter, but Loyola's freshman goalkeeper, Jim Brown, stopped 15 shots in his collegiate debut.

After Notre Dame tied the game at 2, Bacso scored three straight goals in the final three minutes of the first quarter to give the Greyhounds a 5-2 lead. Loyola then expanded the lead to 10-4, holding Notre Dame to two goals over a 26-minute period.

The Fighting Irish got within 11-7 on a goal by Tony Reid with

9:15 left in the game. Then Chris Georgalas scored the final three goals to put the game away.

The Loyola defense held Notre Dame scoreless in 11 man-up opportunities.

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