Towson and Loyola will meet for the 54th time on Saturday, and Towson holds a one-game lead in the series. But for Loyola coach Charley Toomey, the Towson game might be the biggest game on the schedule. "It's big, really big," said Toomey, a Loyola goalie from 1987 to 1990. "Whenever we play Towson, I get a lot of phone calls from guys in my era. We play a lot of big games now like Notre Dame or Michigan, but back in my day, Towson was the biggest game on the schedule. We always got up to play them, and they did ... for us. For me, this game has always been special. For these guys now, it's a big game because they see each other in the summer league or at a Ravens game. For us, we just had that one big game a year back in the 1990s."