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Seniors lead Loyola to senior day win

In there final game at Reitz Arena Katie Sheahin, Alyssa Sutherland and Candice Walker combined for 37 points and 17 rebounds in a 56-48 win over Fairfield.

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Pair of records broken in Loyola win

Nicole Krusen nailed seven three’s and the team grabbed 58 rebounds in a 54-34 win over Manhattan Friday night.

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Loyola tops Canisius on senior day, 68-64

And it was the Greyhounds’ seniors who led the team to their victory and put them only half a game behind conference-leading Niagara.

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Big three lead Loyola past Siena, 63-51

Erik Etherly scores a season-high 25 points while Robert Olson recorded his first career double-double and Dylon Cormier chipped in 11 points in a nationally televised game.

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Empty possessions cost Loyola first place

With first place in the MAAC on the line Loyola missed 44 shots and 10 free throws in a 79-71 loss to Iona.

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R.J. Williams brings Loyola “new swag” in return

The Loyola Greyhounds topped Marist 72-58 in point guard R.J. Williams’ season debut.

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Hot start quickly fizzles as Loyola falls to Bucknell, 66-46

Loyola had no answer for Bucknell’s 6-foot-11 Mike Muscala, who scored 29 points in a game that Loyola just did not shoot well in.

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Loyola gets best of the Mount in 168th meeting

Erik Etherly returned to the court after missing five games while Robert Olson and Julius Brooks both set new career-highs as Loyola beat Mount St. Mary’s 79-57.

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Patsos blasts fans and effort after loss

Jimmy Patsos was not happy with the poor attendance at his home conference opener but he was less thrilled with his team’s effort in a second-straight game.

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Olson, Cormier lead Loyola past Towson, 65-53

Robert Olson made four first-half three’s and season-high five total in a 15-pooint effort as the Greyhounds won their fifth-straight.

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