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By EDWARD LEE | February 18, 2009
If there was any doubt about who should be the starting goalkeeper for No. 16 Loyola, Jake Hagelin put those questions to rest with his performance Saturday. The sophomore made 15 saves in the Greyhounds' season-opening 10-9 loss to No. 14 Notre Dame. ( For more, go to baltimoresun.com/lacrosseblog)
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By From Sun staff reports | April 18, 2011
Senior Jake Hagelin (Boys' Latin) made a career-high 18 saves and graduate student Chris Palmer scored the game-winning goal 2 minutes, 13 seconds into the fourth overtime period, as No. 20 Loyola (7-3) sealed a 6-5 win over host Georgetown (5-6) on Sunday. Hagelin made six saves in overtime as the Hoyas outshot the Greyhounds 15-6. Palmer's goal, low and to the far post, came off a pass from senior Matt Langan. "I saw that I had a shorty on me, and I was able to beat him inside," Palmer said.
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By EDWARD LEE | March 26, 2009
Unclear in goal Loyola coach Charley Toomey acknowledged that the line between goalies Jake Hagelin and Alex Peaty might not be as clear as it had been, and the coach is uncertain who will start against No. 2 Syracuse on Saturday. (For more, go to baltimoresun.com/ lacrosseblog)
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April 30, 2010
For much of his playing career in both high school and college, Jake Hagelin's shock of red hair has drawn more attention than his performances. In fact, the junior goalkeeper for No. 6 Loyola has a variety of nicknames linked to what's on top of his head instead of inside it: "The Flying Tomato," "Wormser" and "Junior." And if people continue to leave Hagelin out of the conversation about the top Division I goalies, that's fine with the Havre de Grace native. "People ask me about that all the time, and I tell them that it doesn't bother me at all," he said.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | October 23, 2002
Boys' Latin's Adam Hagelin likens the Lakers' play at home to that of a pack of badgers protecting their lair. "Angry badgers," Hagelin said. "We're a lot more intense playing at home." Hagelin's second-half goal yesterday lifted the Lakers into a 1-1 double-overtime tie with visiting Severn in Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association B Conference action. Twice the league runner-up, Boys' Latin (10-3-1) stayed in first place at 10-1-1 with the Nov. 5 playoffs approaching. "They're physical, fast and tough to beat at home," said Severn coach Ian Carr, whose Admirals (6-2-1 overall and league)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | April 6, 2003
For nearly three periods, the No. 2 Boys' Latin lacrosse team appeared to be on its way to a rout yesterday. Its defense, anchored by All-Metro player J.R. Stahl, Joey Rallo and All-Metro keeper Trey Sheain, had all but snuffed the high-powered offense of eighth-ranked, three-time Class 4A-3A state champion Dulaney. Faceoff specialist Alex Smith and midfield mate Adam Hagelin had banner days: Smith would win 15 of his 16 draws - including the first 13 - and Hagelin (two goals, six assists)
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By Todd Karpovich and Todd Karpovich,Special to The Sun | April 13, 2008
The Eastern College Athletic Conference men's lacrosse title has belonged to Georgetown for six of the past eight years, but Loyola moved one step closer to cutting into the Hoyas' reign yesterday at Diane Geppi-Aikens Field. The No. 18 Greyhounds never trailed and took sole possession of first place with an 11-9 victory over the No. 6 Hoyas. Shane Koppens came up huge for the Greyhounds with five goals and two assists, and generally dominated the attacking third of the field. Loyola improved to 5-0 in the conference but has to go on the road to Fairfield and Hobart before it can clinch the title.
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By Jules Witcover and Jules Witcover,SUN NATIONAL STAFF | August 12, 2000
LONG BEACH, Calif. - Patrick J. Buchanan strengthened his claim on the Reform Party presidential nomination yesterday, winning 67 percent in an unusual primary vote by e-mail of the party's members. His only opponent on the ballot, physicist John Hagelin, the candidate of the one-time Ross Perot forces, got 37 percent of 78,068 ballots cast. The split in the Reform Party deepened as the rival factions each claimed to be nominating the party's legitimate new leader. Each side petitioned the Federal Election Commission to award it the $12.6 million federal subsidy that is to go to the party's nominee.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,Sun reporter | February 17, 2008
With the ball and 73 seconds left against Notre Dame, the Loyola men's lacrosse team had the scenario it was looking for. But the No. 14 Greyhounds, who trailed by as many as three goals on three occasions, could not net one more goal and dropped a 7-6 season-opening decision to the No. 8 Fighting Irish at Diane Geppi-Aikens Field yesterday. Loyola had several good chances to tie the score. Senior midfielder Joe Landry's shot from the slot was stopped by Notre Dame senior goalie Joey Kemp, and senior midfielder Paul Richards' offering was blocked by a mass of bodies in front of the cage.
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By Jules Witcover and Jules Witcover,SUN NATIONAL STAFF | August 13, 2000
LONG BEACH, Calif. - Patrick J. Buchanan, addressing what he called "the last red-meat convention in America," laid claim to the Reform Party presidential nomination yesterday with an acceptance speech heavily focused on social issues formerly subordinated in the party founded by Ross Perot. Mocking the conflict-free Republican National Convention of his former party this month, Buchanan welcomed "those homeless conservatives who were locked up in the basement at the big Bush family reunion in Philadelphia" to "come on over; there is plenty of room in Reform."
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By Rich Scherr and SPECIAL TO THE BALTIMORE SUN | March 28, 2010
There were times in Saturday's game against Towson when No. 11 Loyola threatened to blow away its crosstown rival. Then there were the final five minutes, when the Greyhounds all but imploded. Greyhounds goalie Jake Hagelin (Boys' Latin) stopped a desperation one-hopper by Matt Lamon (St. Mary's) as time expired, however, and host Loyola held on for a 7-6 win that injected more than a little anxiety into the announced 2,412 at brand-new Ridley Athletic Complex. "You never take a win in Division I for granted.
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By EDWARD LEE | March 26, 2009
Unclear in goal Loyola coach Charley Toomey acknowledged that the line between goalies Jake Hagelin and Alex Peaty might not be as clear as it had been, and the coach is uncertain who will start against No. 2 Syracuse on Saturday. (For more, go to baltimoresun.com/ lacrosseblog)
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By EDWARD LEE | February 18, 2009
If there was any doubt about who should be the starting goalkeeper for No. 16 Loyola, Jake Hagelin put those questions to rest with his performance Saturday. The sophomore made 15 saves in the Greyhounds' season-opening 10-9 loss to No. 14 Notre Dame. ( For more, go to baltimoresun.com/lacrosseblog)
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By From Sun staff reports | February 15, 2009
Ryan Hoff (Dulaney) scored off a feed from Grant Krebs (St. Mary's) with 5:29 left to lift No. 14 Notre Dame over No. 16 Loyola, 10-9, yesterday at McEachern High in Powder Springs, Ga. The Greyhounds (0-1) fell behind early but rallied behind Colin Finnerty, who led the team with four goals. Finnerty's goal early in the fourth quarter tied the score at 8 before the Fighting Irish (1-0) pulled ahead on Krebs' third goal. Loyola tied the score once more with 7:30 remaining when Jimmy Daly (McDonogh)
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By Todd Karpovich and Todd Karpovich,Special to The Sun | April 13, 2008
The Eastern College Athletic Conference men's lacrosse title has belonged to Georgetown for six of the past eight years, but Loyola moved one step closer to cutting into the Hoyas' reign yesterday at Diane Geppi-Aikens Field. The No. 18 Greyhounds never trailed and took sole possession of first place with an 11-9 victory over the No. 6 Hoyas. Shane Koppens came up huge for the Greyhounds with five goals and two assists, and generally dominated the attacking third of the field. Loyola improved to 5-0 in the conference but has to go on the road to Fairfield and Hobart before it can clinch the title.
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By MIKE PRESTON | March 5, 2008
Maryland's Dave Cottle and Towson's Tony Seaman have each been coaching college lacrosse for 26 years, and they've started freshman goalies regularly only twice in their careers. But Saturday in the Face-Off Classic, two of the sport's most dominant teams, No. 3 Virginia and No. 10 Syracuse, started freshman goalies. No. 13 Loyola also starts a freshman in Jake Hagelin (Boys' Latin). It's such an oddity. Most coaches prefer not having to start freshmen at all, especially in goal. It certainly won't be a sweeping trend in the sport; it's unique, especially when a team keeps winning.
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By MIKE PRESTON | March 5, 2008
Maryland's Dave Cottle and Towson's Tony Seaman have each been coaching college lacrosse for 26 years, and they've started freshman goalies regularly only twice in their careers. But Saturday in the Face-Off Classic, two of the sport's most dominant teams, No. 3 Virginia and No. 10 Syracuse, started freshman goalies. No. 13 Loyola also starts a freshman in Jake Hagelin (Boys' Latin). It's such an oddity. Most coaches prefer not having to start freshmen at all, especially in goal. It certainly won't be a sweeping trend in the sport; it's unique, especially when a team keeps winning.
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By From Sun staff reports | February 15, 2009
Ryan Hoff (Dulaney) scored off a feed from Grant Krebs (St. Mary's) with 5:29 left to lift No. 14 Notre Dame over No. 16 Loyola, 10-9, yesterday at McEachern High in Powder Springs, Ga. The Greyhounds (0-1) fell behind early but rallied behind Colin Finnerty, who led the team with four goals. Finnerty's goal early in the fourth quarter tied the score at 8 before the Fighting Irish (1-0) pulled ahead on Krebs' third goal. Loyola tied the score once more with 7:30 remaining when Jimmy Daly (McDonogh)
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,Sun reporter | February 21, 2008
Towson men's lacrosse coach Tony Seaman sounded less than optimistic that the team will be able to rely on fifth-year senior attackman Blake Best this season. Seaman, who joined Johns Hopkins' Dave Pietramala, Loyola's Charley Toomey and UMBC's Don Zimmerman yesterday for a coaches question-and-answer session at ESPN Zone, said that although Best's latest knee injury is not a reoccurrence of the torn ligament that cost him his senior season at Lehigh, it is bone-related. "He may not even play this year," Seaman said, adding that Best's earliest return would be in April.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,Sun reporter | February 17, 2008
With the ball and 73 seconds left against Notre Dame, the Loyola men's lacrosse team had the scenario it was looking for. But the No. 14 Greyhounds, who trailed by as many as three goals on three occasions, could not net one more goal and dropped a 7-6 season-opening decision to the No. 8 Fighting Irish at Diane Geppi-Aikens Field yesterday. Loyola had several good chances to tie the score. Senior midfielder Joe Landry's shot from the slot was stopped by Notre Dame senior goalie Joey Kemp, and senior midfielder Paul Richards' offering was blocked by a mass of bodies in front of the cage.
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