Georgetown holds off Loyola, 14-10

April 17, 2004|By Staff

Georgetown jumped out to an early 9-3 lead and held on to beat Loyola, 14-10, today at Geppi-Aikens Field.

The Hoyas improved to 7-2.

Loyola senior Stephen Brundage registered a career-high four assists while also scoring a goal for the Greyhounds (3-5). It was freshman Andrew Spack, however, who kept Loyola close in the game's early stages, scoring the first two Greyhound goals. Junior Matt Monfett scored the third, but after Goergetown's second three-goal run of the game, the Hoyas led 9-3.

Junior Craig Georgalas who finally got Loyola rolling with his unassisted goal at 6:11 of the second period. Freshman Cory Coffman added another Loyola goal before the half, taking a pass from Brundage to close the gap to 9-5.

Loyola freshman Greg Leonard scored back-to-back goals to start the second half bringing the Greyhounds within 9-7.

Leonard and Spack finished with two goals each as the Greyhounds ended the day 2-for-3 in man-up situations.

Sophomore Michael Fretwell got the start in goal for Loyola, making 13 saves while facing 43 shots.

Originally published April 17, 2004, 5:57 PM EDT

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