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By Bob Clark BTC | October 13, 1991
Seniors Jim Blanding and Gary Miller each scored four goals in limited action to lead host Loyola College to a 19-7 victory over Nazareth College in the opening game of the Loyola Fall Lacrosse Classic at Curley Field yesterday.The Greyhounds will play Syracuse, which defeated Navy, 14-7, in the second game, for the championship at 3 p.m. today. The consolation game will begin at noon.It took an early offensive run by Division III semifinalist Nazareth // to get Loyola on track in the opener.
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By From Sun staff and news services | February 14, 2009
Devon Clarke scored 15 points, and Iona used an early second half surge to route host Loyola (11-16, 6-9 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference) , 77-65, last night. Trailing 40-37 early in the second half, the Gaels (12-14, 7-8) scored 25 unanswered points to take a 62-40 lead on Milan Prodanvic's three-pointer with 11:46 left in the game. Alejo Rodriguez, who finished with 14 points, had eight in the Iona spurt. West Virginia 93, No 13 Villanova 72:: Da'Sean Butler scored a career-high 43 points to lead the host Mountaineers (17-8, 8-6 Big East)
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December 21, 1992
Host Loyola (5-2, 1-0) increased a 13-point halftime lead to 23 points by the fourth quarter and the Dons -- paced by senior forward Wes Unseld's 19 points and eight rebounds -- rolled to a 57-36 win over St. Maria Goretti of Hagerstown (5-3, 0-1) in a Catholic League game. Junior forward Tim O'Hara added 12.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | September 28, 2003
Moments after his Georgetown Prep team's 45-27 rout at eighth-ranked Loyola, Little Hoyas running back Nick Veith posed for pictures with Ben Rubeor, a Dons lacrosse player. "We've played lacrosse against each other since sixth grade, and we're pretty good friends, but I probably wouldn't have done that if we had lost," said Veith, a standout lacrosse defenseman who is committed to Johns Hopkins. "Whether it's Gilman, Loyola in lacrosse or football, games against Baltimore are huge and I play my hardest to come out winning."
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | February 17, 1997
Mary Anne Kirsch scored 15 as host Loyola (8-15, 5-6) topped Siena, 64-54, in a Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference women's basketball game yesterday.The Greyhounds moved to within one-half game of the third-place Saints (11-13, 6-6). Jina Mosley recorded her first career double-double with 11 points and a career-best 11 rebounds.Pub Date: 2/17/97
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | February 5, 1996
Junior forward Lynn Albert scored a career-high 27 points to carry host Loyola (9-10, 3-4) to a 64-52 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference win yesterday over first-place St. Peter's (15-4, 5-2).* UNC-Greensboro 68, UMBC 50: Alisa and Julie Moore combined for 25 points as host UNC-Greensboro (10-8, 6-1) defeated UMBC (7-11, 4-3). The Retrievers' Kendra Damann led all scorers with 16 points.* Boston University 80, Towson State 60: Alicia Charles scored a game-high 23 as the Terriers (9-11, 6-7)
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September 26, 1990
J.J. Kremer scored his second goal 10 minutes into the second half, pulling No. 10 Calvert Hall (1-4-1, 1-1-1) into a 2-2 tie with host Loyola (3-4-1, 2-1-1) in a Maryland Scholastic Association A Conference Division II soccer game yesterday.Dan Donovan and Mike Tall scored for Loyola.Elsewhere, Clint Peay scored two goals, and Pat Forsythe added one, to lead top-ranked Oakland Mills (4-1) to a 3-0 victory over defending Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic Association Class 3A co-champion John F. Kennedy (1-1)
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By From Staff Reports | September 11, 1995
In yesterday's editions, the score of the Loyola-Siena men's college soccer game was reported incorrectly in the roundup. Loyola defeated Siena, 2-0.The Sun regrets the error.Tricia Taliaferro scored two goals to lead Maryland past host Florida State, 5-1, in women's soccer yesterday. The Terps (3-0) outshot the Seminoles, 25-2.* Loyola 1, American 1: Lisa Herndon scored at the 29-minute mark as American (2-0-1) tied host Loyola (2-2-1). Denise Serafin scored the Greyhounds' goal.Men* Towson State 3, Iona 1: Petteri Kaijasilta had two goals and an assist to help Towson State (4-0)
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By From Sun staff and news services | February 14, 2009
Devon Clarke scored 15 points, and Iona used an early second half surge to route host Loyola (11-16, 6-9 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference) , 77-65, last night. Trailing 40-37 early in the second half, the Gaels (12-14, 7-8) scored 25 unanswered points to take a 62-40 lead on Milan Prodanvic's three-pointer with 11:46 left in the game. Alejo Rodriguez, who finished with 14 points, had eight in the Iona spurt. West Virginia 93, No 13 Villanova 72:: Da'Sean Butler scored a career-high 43 points to lead the host Mountaineers (17-8, 8-6 Big East)
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By From Staff Reports | February 14, 1994
Patty Stoffey scored 31 points, shooting 10 of 15 from the field, leading host Loyola (10-10, 7-2) to an 80-64 victory over Fairfield (12-10, 5-5) in a Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference game yesterday.Stoffey was 11-for-15 from the free-throw line as Loyola took a 43-34 halftime lead. Camille Joyner added 17 points and eight rebounds for Loyola, and Patty Taylor hit all six of her attempts from the field, adding 13 points.Goucher 76, Gallaudet 58WASHINGTON -- Sonya Jones scored 21 points and Di Di Cotton added 16 points and eight rebounds, leading visiting Goucher (12-9, 5-4)
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October 25, 1997
Abby Allan and Colleen O'Connor scored second-half goals yesterday to give Fairfield a 2-1 win over host Loyola in women's soccer and prevent the Greyhounds from grabbing a share of the lead in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference.The Stags finished their conference slate 9-0-0 and earned the top seed in the MAAC tournament, which second-seeded Loyola (7-1-0 in conference) will host beginning Oct. 31.Maryland 2, Dartmouth 1, OT: Robin McCullough scored two goals, including the game-winner five minutes into overtime, to lead the Terrapins (8-5-2)
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | September 29, 1997
Maryland junior Randy Merkel scored in the fourth minute of sudden-death overtime as No. 10 Maryland upset No. 5 Duke, 2-1, in Atlantic Coast Conference men's college soccer yesterday in Durham, N.C.Junior Pierre Venditti gave the Terrapins (6-1-1, 1-1-1) a 1-0 lead at 13: 15 off assists from sophomores Jason Cropley and Andy Kirk. Duke's Josh Henderson tied the score three minutes later, assisted by Troy Garner and Stephen Pate.Merkel broke a 1-1 tie and 77-minute scoring drought with his game-winner off a pass from Steve Armas that landed in the upper left corner of the net.Alti Knutsson made five saves for Duke (7-2, 1-1)
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | February 17, 1997
Mary Anne Kirsch scored 15 as host Loyola (8-15, 5-6) topped Siena, 64-54, in a Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference women's basketball game yesterday.The Greyhounds moved to within one-half game of the third-place Saints (11-13, 6-6). Jina Mosley recorded her first career double-double with 11 points and a career-best 11 rebounds.Pub Date: 2/17/97
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By Derek Toney and Derek Toney,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | November 10, 1996
As time expired in yesterday's Mount St. Joseph-Loyola game, about a dozen Gaels ran up a hill behind the west-end goal post to tear down a sign that read: "Crush the Gaels."It has been a year since Loyola beat Mount St. Joseph, costing the Gaels not only a chance to win the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference title outright, but a perfect season and the area's No. 1 ranking.Redemption arrived for the No. 15 Gaels yesterday, knocking off the host and No. 12 Dons, 34-27.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | February 5, 1996
Junior forward Lynn Albert scored a career-high 27 points to carry host Loyola (9-10, 3-4) to a 64-52 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference win yesterday over first-place St. Peter's (15-4, 5-2).* UNC-Greensboro 68, UMBC 50: Alisa and Julie Moore combined for 25 points as host UNC-Greensboro (10-8, 6-1) defeated UMBC (7-11, 4-3). The Retrievers' Kendra Damann led all scorers with 16 points.* Boston University 80, Towson State 60: Alicia Charles scored a game-high 23 as the Terriers (9-11, 6-7)
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | September 18, 1995
Marc Harrison scored twice and the Loyola men's soccer team (4-2) won the Reebok/Smith Barney Classic yesterday, defeating host Vermont (2-5), 2-0, in Burlington, Vt.It was Loyola's fourth consecutive victory and third straight shutout.Maryland 2, N.C. State 0:Maryland 2, N.C. State 0: Freshman forward Pierre Venditti scored unassisted at 3:32 and 54:01 to lead host No. 3 Maryland (5-0-1, 1-0-1) past No. 17 N.C. State (1-3-1, 0-1-0) in Atlantic Coast Conference action.Women's soccerMaryland 3, Wake Forest 0:Maryland 3, Wake Forest 0: Michelle Deville was the first of three Terps to score in the second half, helping Maryland (3-2-1, 0-2-0)
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By From Staff Reports | October 17, 1994
Tim Ogden's first goal of the year, 14:30 into the game, led host Navy (7-4-1) to a 1-0 victory over Philadelphia Textile (4-4-3) in men's soccer yesterday.Ogden scored off assists from Justin Lemmon and Shawn Moyer, as Navy won for the third time in its past four games.* Maryland 2, Dartmouth 0: Tod Herskovitz's shot deflected off goalkeeper Brian Wise's hands in the 112th minute to lift Maryland over Dartmouth at Charlottesville, Va.Women* Colgate 3, Navy 0: Christy Ficker scored once to lead Colgate (9-4-2, 5-0)
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October 25, 1997
Abby Allan and Colleen O'Connor scored second-half goals yesterday to give Fairfield a 2-1 win over host Loyola in women's soccer and prevent the Greyhounds from grabbing a share of the lead in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference.The Stags finished their conference slate 9-0-0 and earned the top seed in the MAAC tournament, which second-seeded Loyola (7-1-0 in conference) will host beginning Oct. 31.Maryland 2, Dartmouth 1, OT: Robin McCullough scored two goals, including the game-winner five minutes into overtime, to lead the Terrapins (8-5-2)
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By From Staff Reports | September 11, 1995
In yesterday's editions, the score of the Loyola-Siena men's college soccer game was reported incorrectly in the roundup. Loyola defeated Siena, 2-0.The Sun regrets the error.Tricia Taliaferro scored two goals to lead Maryland past host Florida State, 5-1, in women's soccer yesterday. The Terps (3-0) outshot the Seminoles, 25-2.* Loyola 1, American 1: Lisa Herndon scored at the 29-minute mark as American (2-0-1) tied host Loyola (2-2-1). Denise Serafin scored the Greyhounds' goal.Men* Towson State 3, Iona 1: Petteri Kaijasilta had two goals and an assist to help Towson State (4-0)
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By From Staff Reports | November 7, 1994
Doug Willey scored two goals as host Loyola (15-4-2) topped Manhattan (5-13-1), 4-0, yesterday in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference men's soccer championship game. The Greyhounds won the title for the sixth straight year.Willey was named the tournament's Most Valuable Player. Greyhounds goalkeeper Zach Thornton made four saves to record his 14th shutout this season.* Maryland 2, North Carolina 1: Senior forward Malcolm Gillian (Oakland Mills) and junior midfielder Doug Smith scored first-half goals to lead host Maryland (13-4-1, 3-3 in the Atlantic Coast Conference)
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