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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | April 24, 2013
After going with a senior-laden first midfield of Davis Butts, Chris Layne and Sean O'Sullivan for a majority of this season, as well as last year, reigning national champion Loyola has retooled the line, and the results have thus far been positive for coach Charley Toomey. Butts and Sullivan are still starters, but sophomore Nikko Pontrello has made the switch to midfield in the No. 7 Greyhounds' last two games. Pontrello's move was necessitated by the development of freshman Zach Herreweyers, who has joined senior Mike Sawyer and junior Justin Ward on attack.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | January 31, 2014
Friday's entry is the last of a series taking a look at each of the seven Division I programs in this state according to their order of finish from last season. The Sun's lacrosse preview is slated to be published on Friday, Feb. 7. This is Loyola's turn. Overview: The Greyhounds joined Duke (2010) and Virginia (2011) as recent teams that faltered in their bid to capture back-to-back national championships. (Syracuse was the last program to win two straight titles, in 2008 and 2009.)
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | April 11, 2013
Reigning national champion Loyola boasts the 14th-most prolific offense in Division I despite not getting much production from its first midfield. Senior Chris Layne ranks fourth on the team in goals (12) and points (20), but senior Davis Butts is tied for sixth in points (12) and senior Sean O'Sullivan is eighth in points (11). Butts is on pace for just five goals, which would be the fewest of his career since his freshman year in 2010. Sullivan is on pace to finish the season with 14 points, which would his lowest since transferring from Army.
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By Eduardo A. Encina and The Baltimore Sun | August 7, 2013
SAN DIEGO -- Thanks to a double switch that Orioles manager Buck Showalter made in the bottom of the eighth inning of Wednesday's victory over the San Diego Padres, right-handed reliever Darren O'Day was slated to bat eighth in the ninth inning. But when the Orioles scored three runs in the inning, O'Day suddenly found himself at the plate for his first major league at-bat. “That was definitely a surprise,” O'Day said. “When I came in, Buck told me, 'Hey, you are hitting eighth.' I was like, 'OK'.
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By JEFF ZREBIEC | July 4, 2009
Two for Abreu Bobby Abreu was just 2-for-15 against the Orioles' Jeremy Guthrie heading into Thursday's game. Abreu proceeded to drive in four of the Angels' five runs with two long balls. He hit a solo shot in the fourth inning and a three-run blast in the fifth, two of Guthrie's few mistakes over seven otherwise solid innings. Bats kept at bay Thirty-two straight Orioles had been retired spanning Wednesday and Thursday's games when Robert Andino reached on a line single off Angels starter John Lackey with two outs in the third.
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By Eduardo A. Encina and The Baltimore Sun | August 7, 2013
SAN DIEGO -- Thanks to a double switch that Orioles manager Buck Showalter made in the bottom of the eighth inning of Wednesday's victory over the San Diego Padres, right-handed reliever Darren O'Day was slated to bat eighth in the ninth inning. But when the Orioles scored three runs in the inning, O'Day suddenly found himself at the plate for his first major league at-bat. “That was definitely a surprise,” O'Day said. “When I came in, Buck told me, 'Hey, you are hitting eighth.' I was like, 'OK'.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 22, 2012
The road to the final four has led Loyola, Maryland, Duke and Notre Dame to Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass. But their midfields could drive them to a coveted national title. Each of those four programs boasts a productive but distinct midfield. Loyola has the top playmaking unit. Maryland's is the most diverse. Duke features the postseason's most potent unit, and Notre Dame's is the deepest. Here is a look at the four different midfields. Loyola's playmakers Everyone knows about junior attackman and Tewaaraton Award finalist Mike Sawyer (51 goals and eight assists)
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The Baltimore Sun | January 27, 2013
Sam Bradman (Salisbury) finished with three goals and two assists to earn Most Valuable Player honors as Team USA defeated Loyola, 17-13, in the Champion Challenge at ESPN's Wide World of Sports Complex in Lake Buena Vista, Fla., on Sunday afternoon. Eleven players scored for the U.S., the reigning Federation of International Lacrosse world champion, while nine had goals for the defending NCAA Division I champion Greyhounds. Junior Justin Ward (Old Mill) paced Loyola with four points on one goal and three assists, while four Greyhounds -- seniors Davis Butts, Phil Dobson and Mike Sawyer, in addition to sophomore Nikko Pontrello -- tallied two goals in the exhibition game.
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By Mike Preston, The Baltimore Sun | February 25, 2012
The No. 17 Loyola men's lacrosse team's offense was so lethal against rival Towson on Saturday that Greyhounds coach Charley Toomey really didn't want to talk about it. He doesn't want his players to get too cocky yet. But most of the nearly 1,500 fans in attendance at Ridley Athletic Complex had to marvel at Loyola's offensive showing as the Greyhounds routed Towson, 13-6. Attackman Mike Sawyer and midfielder Sean O'Sullivan each scored four goals and attackman Justin Ward (Old Mill)
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | January 31, 2014
Friday's entry is the last of a series taking a look at each of the seven Division I programs in this state according to their order of finish from last season. The Sun's lacrosse preview is slated to be published on Friday, Feb. 7. This is Loyola's turn. Overview: The Greyhounds joined Duke (2010) and Virginia (2011) as recent teams that faltered in their bid to capture back-to-back national championships. (Syracuse was the last program to win two straight titles, in 2008 and 2009.)
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | June 10, 2013
Here is the third installment of an attempt at a premature poll for next season. The top 20 will be broken up into four installments, with Monday's post involving teams ranked from Nos. 10 to 6. Thursday featured Nos. 20 to 16 and Friday Nos. 15 to 11 . Tuesday will highlight teams ranked Nos. 5 to 1. Wednesday will include three schools not mentioned in the poll that could make some waves. Unless there are confirmed reports about certain players planning to use fifth years of eligibility, this space will assume that seniors in 2013 will not return next year.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | April 24, 2013
After going with a senior-laden first midfield of Davis Butts, Chris Layne and Sean O'Sullivan for a majority of this season, as well as last year, reigning national champion Loyola has retooled the line, and the results have thus far been positive for coach Charley Toomey. Butts and Sullivan are still starters, but sophomore Nikko Pontrello has made the switch to midfield in the No. 7 Greyhounds' last two games. Pontrello's move was necessitated by the development of freshman Zach Herreweyers, who has joined senior Mike Sawyer and junior Justin Ward on attack.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | April 11, 2013
Reigning national champion Loyola boasts the 14th-most prolific offense in Division I despite not getting much production from its first midfield. Senior Chris Layne ranks fourth on the team in goals (12) and points (20), but senior Davis Butts is tied for sixth in points (12) and senior Sean O'Sullivan is eighth in points (11). Butts is on pace for just five goals, which would be the fewest of his career since his freshman year in 2010. Sullivan is on pace to finish the season with 14 points, which would his lowest since transferring from Army.
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The Baltimore Sun | January 27, 2013
Sam Bradman (Salisbury) finished with three goals and two assists to earn Most Valuable Player honors as Team USA defeated Loyola, 17-13, in the Champion Challenge at ESPN's Wide World of Sports Complex in Lake Buena Vista, Fla., on Sunday afternoon. Eleven players scored for the U.S., the reigning Federation of International Lacrosse world champion, while nine had goals for the defending NCAA Division I champion Greyhounds. Junior Justin Ward (Old Mill) paced Loyola with four points on one goal and three assists, while four Greyhounds -- seniors Davis Butts, Phil Dobson and Mike Sawyer, in addition to sophomore Nikko Pontrello -- tallied two goals in the exhibition game.
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By Mike Preston, The Baltimore Sun | May 25, 2012
Loyola attackmen Eric Lusby and Mike Sawyer have seen a lot of different zones and man-to-man defensive combinations this season. Fairfield tried to match up with them by using two short-stick midfielders. And last Saturday, Denver played a zone that shut off Sawyer, but Lubsy blew up the Pioneers for five goals in Loyola's 10-9 NCAA quarterfinal win at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium. Next up for the No. 1-seeded Greyhounds is No. 4 seed Notre Dame on Saturday in the semi-finals at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 22, 2012
The road to the final four has led Loyola, Maryland, Duke and Notre Dame to Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass. But their midfields could drive them to a coveted national title. Each of those four programs boasts a productive but distinct midfield. Loyola has the top playmaking unit. Maryland's is the most diverse. Duke features the postseason's most potent unit, and Notre Dame's is the deepest. Here is a look at the four different midfields. Loyola's playmakers Everyone knows about junior attackman and Tewaaraton Award finalist Mike Sawyer (51 goals and eight assists)
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By Mike Preston, The Baltimore Sun | May 25, 2012
Loyola attackmen Eric Lusby and Mike Sawyer have seen a lot of different zones and man-to-man defensive combinations this season. Fairfield tried to match up with them by using two short-stick midfielders. And last Saturday, Denver played a zone that shut off Sawyer, but Lubsy blew up the Pioneers for five goals in Loyola's 10-9 NCAA quarterfinal win at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium. Next up for the No. 1-seeded Greyhounds is No. 4 seed Notre Dame on Saturday in the semi-finals at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | June 10, 2013
Here is the third installment of an attempt at a premature poll for next season. The top 20 will be broken up into four installments, with Monday's post involving teams ranked from Nos. 10 to 6. Thursday featured Nos. 20 to 16 and Friday Nos. 15 to 11 . Tuesday will highlight teams ranked Nos. 5 to 1. Wednesday will include three schools not mentioned in the poll that could make some waves. Unless there are confirmed reports about certain players planning to use fifth years of eligibility, this space will assume that seniors in 2013 will not return next year.
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By Mike Preston, The Baltimore Sun | February 25, 2012
The No. 17 Loyola men's lacrosse team's offense was so lethal against rival Towson on Saturday that Greyhounds coach Charley Toomey really didn't want to talk about it. He doesn't want his players to get too cocky yet. But most of the nearly 1,500 fans in attendance at Ridley Athletic Complex had to marvel at Loyola's offensive showing as the Greyhounds routed Towson, 13-6. Attackman Mike Sawyer and midfielder Sean O'Sullivan each scored four goals and attackman Justin Ward (Old Mill)
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By JEFF ZREBIEC | July 4, 2009
Two for Abreu Bobby Abreu was just 2-for-15 against the Orioles' Jeremy Guthrie heading into Thursday's game. Abreu proceeded to drive in four of the Angels' five runs with two long balls. He hit a solo shot in the fourth inning and a three-run blast in the fifth, two of Guthrie's few mistakes over seven otherwise solid innings. Bats kept at bay Thirty-two straight Orioles had been retired spanning Wednesday and Thursday's games when Robert Andino reached on a line single off Angels starter John Lackey with two outs in the third.
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