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By From Sun staff reports | January 26, 2009
Loyola 73, Marist 72, OT - Brett Harvey sent the game to overtime with his buzzer-beating three-pointer and Jamal Barney (Southwestern) scored eight of his game-high 26 points in the extra session - including the game-winning layup with 6.4 seconds remaining - to lead Loyola past Marist in Poughkeepsie, N.Y., for its fifth straight win. It was the fourth consecutive overtime victory in the past three years for the Greyhounds (10-12, 5-5 Metro Atlantic Athletic...
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By Staff reports | January 31, 2010
Loyola's second-half comeback fell short today as Niagara held on for an 86-77 victory at Reitz Arena. Six Purple Eagles scored at least nine points, including four in double figures. The Greyhounds (10-12, 3-9 MAAAC) started their rally on three-pointers by Garret Kelly and Brett Harvey to cut the lead to 51-38. Brian Rudolph then took a steal down the court for a fastbreak layup and cut the lead to 11. Niagara (12-12, 5-7 MAAC) missed on the two possessions but finally got a basket in at 12:24 with a layup by Tyrone Lewis on the fastbreak.
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By Sports Digest | December 29, 2009
Sophomore forward Anthony Winbush matched his career high with 17 points and the Greyhounds' defense held host Bucknell to 20 percent (5-for-25) shooting in the first half as Loyola got its third straight victory, 55-49. Brett Harvey and Shane Walker scored 14 points each for Loyola (7-5), and Jamal Barney (Southwestern) added 10. Walker grabbed a team-high seven rebounds. Mike Muscala came off the bench to lead the Bison (4-9) with 10 points. UMBC women: Senior guard Carlee Cassidy scored a season-high 27 points on a career-best seven 3-pointers to lead the Retrievers (5-6)
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By From Sun Staff and news services | January 3, 2010
Brett Harvey scored 21 points, and the host Loyola men's basketball extended its winning streak to four games with a 68-66 victory over Rider on Saturday. Harvey shot 6-for-11 from the field for the Greyhounds (8-5, 1-2 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference). Harvey scored seven straight points to spark a 14-0 first-half run, giving Loyola a 37-17 lead with 5:34 remaining before halftime. The Greyhounds led 46-29 at the half. In the second half, the Broncs (8-7, 1-2) put together a comeback run, scoring 15 unanswered points to take a 56-55 lead with 6:58 remaining.
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By Staff reports | January 31, 2010
Loyola's second-half comeback fell short today as Niagara held on for an 86-77 victory at Reitz Arena. Six Purple Eagles scored at least nine points, including four in double figures. The Greyhounds (10-12, 3-9 MAAAC) started their rally on three-pointers by Garret Kelly and Brett Harvey to cut the lead to 51-38. Brian Rudolph then took a steal down the court for a fastbreak layup and cut the lead to 11. Niagara (12-12, 5-7 MAAC) missed on the two possessions but finally got a basket in at 12:24 with a layup by Tyrone Lewis on the fastbreak.
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By From Sun staff and news services | December 7, 2009
Damian Hollis scored 18, Lasan Kromah had 16 and George Washington pulled away to an 81-69 victory over Navy on Sunday in the BB&T Classic at Verizon Center in Washington. The Colonials (6-1) were clinging to a 61-60 lead before Tim Johnson hit a pair of 3-pointers in a 14-0 run. That was enough to give George Washington its 15th win in 16 games against Navy since 1968. Chris Harris scored 26 for the Midshipmen (4-5), who were out-rebounded 40-32 and committed 21 turnovers.
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By From Sun staff reports | November 14, 2009
Brett Harvey was 5-for-7 from 3-point range and finished with 23 points as Loyola beat visiting Vermont, 79-66, Friday in the season opener for both teams. Harvey's 23 came in front of an announced sellout of 2,100 at Reitz Arena. Vermont pulled within four, 48-44, with 16:48 to play, but a free throw by Tony Lewis and a three-pointer by Harvey on a fast break put the Greyhounds (1-0) up by eight. Jawaan Wright added 11 points, including seven in a row midway through the second half, as Loyola built its lead to double digits.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,SUN REPORTER | January 18, 2008
The Loyola Greyhounds saw a double-digit lead disappear late in the first half, but when coach Jimmy Patsos talked to them at halftime, he let them know they had achieved the perfect position. "I told them we had Marist right where we wanted them," said Patsos, whose team went on a 13-point run midway through the closing 20 minutes and upset the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference tri-leaders, 83-71. "It takes a lot of energy to come back in a game like that, and I knew we had the fresher legs."
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,Special to The Baltimore Sun | January 10, 2009
Loyola coach Jimmy Patsos didn't give a whole lot of basketball reasons for what happened against Fairfield last night. Rebounding problems, the late-game drought from the field, the game's strange ending - none of that seemed to be on the coach's mind in the minutes after Fairfield hung on for a 63-60 victory in a Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference game at Reitz Arena. Rather, Patsos talked for several minutes about how puzzled he was with the team's flat first-half effort. Loyola (5-11, 1-4)
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By From Sun staff and news services | November 16, 2009
Loyola shot 58 percent (15-for-26) from the field in the first half to forge a 31-all tie, but No. 8 West Virginia pulled away for an 83-60 victory Sunday in Morgantown. The Mountaineers (1-0), who shot just 32.4 percent (12-for-37) in the opening half, including 2-for-17 on 3-pointers, scored the first 11 points after the break over three minutes. "A great first half. Then we ran out of gas," Loyola coach Jimmy Patsos said. The Greyhounds (1-1) battled back to within six at 48-42 with 13:34 remaining on a dunk by Julius Brooks, but West Virginia scored 21 of the game's next 26 points for a 69-47 lead with just under eight minutes remaining.
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By Sports Digest | December 29, 2009
Sophomore forward Anthony Winbush matched his career high with 17 points and the Greyhounds' defense held host Bucknell to 20 percent (5-for-25) shooting in the first half as Loyola got its third straight victory, 55-49. Brett Harvey and Shane Walker scored 14 points each for Loyola (7-5), and Jamal Barney (Southwestern) added 10. Walker grabbed a team-high seven rebounds. Mike Muscala came off the bench to lead the Bison (4-9) with 10 points. UMBC women: Senior guard Carlee Cassidy scored a season-high 27 points on a career-best seven 3-pointers to lead the Retrievers (5-6)
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By Jeff Barker | jeff.barker@baltsun.com | December 24, 2009
A day after Loyola upset Indiana, Greyhounds supporters debated whether it was the greatest win in the program's history and senior guard Brett Harvey marveled about the most unforgettable moments he has had on a basketball court. Harvey scored 25 points to lead Loyola to a 72-67 win at Indiana's Assembly Hall on Tuesday night in a game in which the Greyhounds lost a 24-point lead before Harvey hit a pair of key baskets in the final minutes. Some Loyola backers - about 20 of them traveled with the team and sat behind the bench - dubbed it the program's biggest regular-season win. "I don't think there is any question it's [coach]
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By Jeff Barker and Jeff Barker,jeff.barker@baltsun.com | December 24, 2009
A day after Loyola upset Indiana, Greyhounds supporters debated whether it was the greatest win in the program's history and senior guard Brett Harvey marveled about the most unforgettable moments he has had on a basketball court. Harvey scored 25 points to lead Loyola to a 72-67 win at Indiana's Assembly Hall on Tuesday night in a game in which the Greyhounds lost a 24-point lead before Harvey hit a pair of key baskets in the final minutes. Some Loyola backers - about 20 of them traveled with the team and sat behind the bench - dubbed it the program's biggest regular-season win. "I don't think there is any question it's [coach]
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By From Sun news services | December 23, 2009
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - Indiana certainly isn't the college basketball powerhouse that it once was, but Loyola's surprising victory over the Hoosiers Tuesday night is still one the Greyhounds will savor. Loyola saw a 24-point first half lead evaporate, but Brett Harvey converted a 4-point play in the final minutes to put the Greyhounds back on top and they held to win at Indiana's Assembly Hall. "We all know there's great history here," said Harvey, who scored a game-high 25 points.
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By From Sun staff and news services | December 7, 2009
Damian Hollis scored 18, Lasan Kromah had 16 and George Washington pulled away to an 81-69 victory over Navy on Sunday in the BB&T Classic at Verizon Center in Washington. The Colonials (6-1) were clinging to a 61-60 lead before Tim Johnson hit a pair of 3-pointers in a 14-0 run. That was enough to give George Washington its 15th win in 16 games against Navy since 1968. Chris Harris scored 26 for the Midshipmen (4-5), who were out-rebounded 40-32 and committed 21 turnovers.
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By Rich Scherr and Special to The Baltimore Sun | December 2, 2009
Days after stunning perennial power Arkansas and putting a scare into nationally ranked Louisville, Morgan State on Tuesday made a rare area pit stop on its early-season traveling show. Facing host Loyola, however, the Bears on this night found the local spotlight every bit as competitive as the national stage. The defending Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference champions fell behind midway through the second half and never recovered, with junior Jamal Barney (Southwestern) coming off the bench to score 22 and lead the Greyhounds to their biggest win of the young season, 78-66, before 1,475 at Reitz Arena.
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By Jeff Barker | jeff.barker@baltsun.com | December 24, 2009
A day after Loyola upset Indiana, Greyhounds supporters debated whether it was the greatest win in the program's history and senior guard Brett Harvey marveled about the most unforgettable moments he has had on a basketball court. Harvey scored 25 points to lead Loyola to a 72-67 win at Indiana's Assembly Hall on Tuesday night in a game in which the Greyhounds lost a 24-point lead before Harvey hit a pair of key baskets in the final minutes. Some Loyola backers - about 20 of them traveled with the team and sat behind the bench - dubbed it the program's biggest regular-season win. "I don't think there is any question it's [coach]
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By From Sun Staff and news services | January 3, 2010
Brett Harvey scored 21 points, and the host Loyola men's basketball extended its winning streak to four games with a 68-66 victory over Rider on Saturday. Harvey shot 6-for-11 from the field for the Greyhounds (8-5, 1-2 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference). Harvey scored seven straight points to spark a 14-0 first-half run, giving Loyola a 37-17 lead with 5:34 remaining before halftime. The Greyhounds led 46-29 at the half. In the second half, the Broncs (8-7, 1-2) put together a comeback run, scoring 15 unanswered points to take a 56-55 lead with 6:58 remaining.
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,Special to The Baltimore Sun | November 19, 2009
The Loyola offense struggled at times in the second half of Wednesday night's game at UMBC, but Jamal Barney and Brett Harvey came up with big plays to help the Greyhounds escape with a win. Barney scored 10 of his team-high 21 points in the final six minutes, including a key basket in the final seconds, and Harvey made four crucial free throws late to help Loyola beat UMBC, 69-66, before 2,511 at the RAC Arena. Barney is a 6-foot-3 guard who played at Southwestern. He scored a total of 18 points in Loyola's first two games, but the junior came off the bench and went 8-for-14 from the field and 4-for-4 from the free-throw line.
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By From Sun staff and news services | November 16, 2009
Loyola shot 58 percent (15-for-26) from the field in the first half to forge a 31-all tie, but No. 8 West Virginia pulled away for an 83-60 victory Sunday in Morgantown. The Mountaineers (1-0), who shot just 32.4 percent (12-for-37) in the opening half, including 2-for-17 on 3-pointers, scored the first 11 points after the break over three minutes. "A great first half. Then we ran out of gas," Loyola coach Jimmy Patsos said. The Greyhounds (1-1) battled back to within six at 48-42 with 13:34 remaining on a dunk by Julius Brooks, but West Virginia scored 21 of the game's next 26 points for a 69-47 lead with just under eight minutes remaining.
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