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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | December 8, 2007
Dexter Gray had 18 points on 7-for-9 shooting, and the host Iona men routed Loyola, 92-68, last night in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference opener for both teams. Women Loyola 63, Niagara 50 -- The host Greyhounds (5-3, 1-0 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference) shot 52 percent from the field in the second half and made five of eight field-goal attempts in the final 7:15 to seal the victory.
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,Sun reporter | March 7, 2008
Michael Tuck knows what it's like to lose at Loyola. Part of the Greyhounds' disastrous 1-27 team in 2003-04, he was a raw recruit embarrassed by the losses and an air of acceptance at Reitz Arena. Three years and one medical redshirt season later, Tuck now knows what it's like to win, too. The Greyhounds (18-13) have won 51 games during the past three seasons, with a chance for more heading into tomorrow's 2:15 p.m. quarterfinal against Fairfield in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference tournament in Albany, N.Y. No one can better appreciate the transformation Loyola achieved under coach Jimmy Patsos than the 6-foot-7 post player from Toronto.
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By Bill Free | April 16, 2002
Today's game No. 14 Navy (6-4) at Mount St. Mary's (3-8) Site: Alumni Field, Emmitsburg Time: 4 p.m. Outlook: Navy expects to use this game as a tuneup for Saturday's clash with Johns Hopkins in Annapolis. But remember Butler University. Loyola does. The Mount is still looking for its first victory outside the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | December 8, 2007
Dexter Gray had 18 points on 7-for-9 shooting, and the host Iona men routed Loyola, 92-68, last night in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference opener for both teams. Women Loyola 63, Niagara 50 -- The host Greyhounds (5-3, 1-0 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference) shot 52 percent from the field in the second half and made five of eight field-goal attempts in the final 7:15 to seal the victory.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | January 20, 1996
Susan Bryce scored a career-best 16 points off the bench to lead Loyola past Canisius, 89-75, in a Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference game yesterday.The Greyhounds (6-7, 1-1) rallied from an early 17-3 deficit.Canisius (5-11, 2-2) made 31 turnovers, but out-rebounded Loyola 47-27.Jennifer Bongard and Lynn Albert also scored 16 for the Greyhounds.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | January 11, 1997
LOUDONVILLE, N.Y. -- Jen Kelly scored 19 points in 22 minutes, and Siena edged Loyola, 68-64, last night in a Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference game.Jina Mosley scored 19 points for the Greyhounds (3-9, 0-1).The Saints (5-8, 1-1) outscored Loyola 19-8 from the foul line.Vermont 91, Towson State 53: Alex Lawson had 19 points and 10 rebounds to pace host Vermont (9-4, 4-1) over Towson State (7-6, 3-2) in an America East game.Pub Date: 1/11/97
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | December 8, 2000
Reserve Jennifer Mitchell scored a game-high 14 points in 21 minutes off the bench to lead Loyola to a 68-45 victory over visiting Manhattan last night in a Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference game. The Greyhounds (3-3) held the Jaspers to 25 percent shooting from the field in the conference opener for both teams. Ursinus 83, Villa Julie 52: Maura Fannin scored 15 and pulled down a game-high 16 rebounds, including 10 offensive, but the Mustangs (2-6) fell to the Bears (3-5) in Colleville, Pa.
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By From Staff Reports | February 28, 1995
Camille Joyner scored a career-high 24 points to lead host Loyola to a 78-67 victory over Niagara in a Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference women's basketball game last night.Patty Stoffey added 18 points, a career-high 19 rebounds and five assists for the Greyhounds (17-8, 7-6), who are seeded fourth in the MAAC tournament and will play the fifth seed, Siena, on Friday at 3:15 p.m. in Albany, N.Y.Anne Rudnicki led Niagara (10-16, 5-9) with 19 points.
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By Paul McMullen | November 17, 2000
Loyola Coach: Scott Hicks, first season at Loyola, ninth overall (131-96). Affiliation: Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference. 1999-2000 record: 7-21 (4-14 in MAAC). Radio: Home games on WNST (1570 AM). Arena: Reitz Arena (3,000) Consensus MAAC favorite: Niagara. Consensus Loyola prediction: 10th. Starters lost: One. Outlook: A program that has just two winning records in the past 15 seasons hits the rebuilding road again. Hicks, the Greyhounds' sixth coach since 1992, has a solid guard in junior Damien Jenifer (Mervo)
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By Baltimoresun.com Staff | April 6, 2004
Freshman attackman Bobby Griebe scored three goals and senior midfielder Drew Pfarr added four assists to lead Towson to its third straight win, a 17-6 non-conference victory over Mount St. Mary's at Johnny Unitas Stadium Tuesday evening. The win pushed Towson (4-3) over the .500 mark for the first time this year while the loss dropped the defending Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference champions to 2-6. Towson jumped out to a commanding 10-0 lead on the Mountaineers in the first quarter and never looked back.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,SUN REPORTER | January 31, 2007
The star power of Loyola's Gerald Brown and Towson's Gary Neal wasn't enough to get their teams on television for ESPN's BracketBusters. That promotion, which features so-called mid-major conferences, will balloon to 102 teams this season. Everyone from the Colonial Athletic Association and Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference will be included, but only 14 of the 51 games will be on one of the ESPN networks. Thanks to the all-around play of Brown, the Greyhounds are in first place in the MAAC, but no teams from that conference made the television cut. Loyola will play at Tennessee State Feb. 17, its first game ever against a member of the Ohio Valley Conference.
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,Sun reporter | January 13, 2007
Niagara came to Reitz Arena festooned in purple road uniforms, obviously the proper color for this monumental weekend in Baltimore. But after a pulsating Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference game with Loyola, the Purple Eagles left the city feeling mighty blue. Loyola's leading scorer, Gerald Brown (Douglass) made a three-pointer with 18.8 seconds left in overtime to decide a topsy-turvy, 96-95 game that didn't officially end until the final seconds when Niagara's Clif Brown missed a near-layup.
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By Baltimoresun.com Staff | May 2, 2004
WEST LONG BRANCH, N.J. - Katie Mason (Mt. Hebron) scored three times and grabbed the final draw control to lead the top-seeded Mount St. Mary's women's lacrosse team to its first-ever Northeast Conference tournament championship with an 11-10 victory against No. 2 Monmouth on Sunday. The Mount (14-4) will now move on to an NCAA Division I play-in game against Manhattan, the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference champion, on Saturday. Mason, the NEC Rookie of the Year, scored three times in the championship game and secured the victory after picking up the final draw control with 15 ticks remaining.
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By Baltimoresun.com Staff | April 6, 2004
Freshman attackman Bobby Griebe scored three goals and senior midfielder Drew Pfarr added four assists to lead Towson to its third straight win, a 17-6 non-conference victory over Mount St. Mary's at Johnny Unitas Stadium Tuesday evening. The win pushed Towson (4-3) over the .500 mark for the first time this year while the loss dropped the defending Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference champions to 2-6. Towson jumped out to a commanding 10-0 lead on the Mountaineers in the first quarter and never looked back.
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By Bill Free | April 16, 2002
Today's game No. 14 Navy (6-4) at Mount St. Mary's (3-8) Site: Alumni Field, Emmitsburg Time: 4 p.m. Outlook: Navy expects to use this game as a tuneup for Saturday's clash with Johns Hopkins in Annapolis. But remember Butler University. Loyola does. The Mount is still looking for its first victory outside the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | December 8, 2000
Reserve Jennifer Mitchell scored a game-high 14 points in 21 minutes off the bench to lead Loyola to a 68-45 victory over visiting Manhattan last night in a Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference game. The Greyhounds (3-3) held the Jaspers to 25 percent shooting from the field in the conference opener for both teams. Ursinus 83, Villa Julie 52: Maura Fannin scored 15 and pulled down a game-high 16 rebounds, including 10 offensive, but the Mustangs (2-6) fell to the Bears (3-5) in Colleville, Pa.
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November 4, 1992
Men's soccerMount St. Mary's: Sean Holleran, a junior from Hampton, Va., was named the Player of the Week in the Northeast Conference. He had both goals in a 2-0 upset of Rider.Women's soccerLoyola: Lynda Lohsen, a junior from Davidsonville who attended Queen Anne School, was named the Player of the Week in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference. She scored five goals in three games.North Carolina State: Thori Staples, a freshman out of Joppatowne High, was named the Rookie of the Year in the Atlantic Coast Conference.
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By Baltimoresun.com Staff | May 2, 2004
WEST LONG BRANCH, N.J. - Katie Mason (Mt. Hebron) scored three times and grabbed the final draw control to lead the top-seeded Mount St. Mary's women's lacrosse team to its first-ever Northeast Conference tournament championship with an 11-10 victory against No. 2 Monmouth on Sunday. The Mount (14-4) will now move on to an NCAA Division I play-in game against Manhattan, the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference champion, on Saturday. Mason, the NEC Rookie of the Year, scored three times in the championship game and secured the victory after picking up the final draw control with 15 ticks remaining.
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By Paul McMullen | November 17, 2000
Loyola Coach: Cindy Anderson, third season at Loyola (29-23). Affiliation: Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference. 1999-2000 record: 12-17 (8-10 in MAAC). Radio: Selected games on WNST (1570 AM). Arena: Reitz Arena (3,000). Consensus MAAC favorite: Fairfield . Consensus Loyola prediction: Fourth. Starters lost: One. Outlook: Loyola needs to improve its rebounding and quicken the pace to climb out of the middle of the MAAC pack. Anderson used five freshmen last season, but Lindsay Cobb is the only college rookie this time, and she'll run the point until Shannon Cohen (Mercy)
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