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Tigers use big run to beat Loyola, 15-8

Towson used a 10-goal run to roll past local rival Loyola 15-8, earning them back-to-back wins over the Hounds for the first time in nearly 40 years.

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Hounds race past Leopards for 18-5 win

Loyola never let Lafayette make it much of a competition as they cruised to an 18-5 win in their Patriot League opener.

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JHU pulls away from Loyola in 2nd half

The game was tied 6-6 at halftime, but the Blue Jays outscored the Greyhounds 6-2 in the second half to improve to 3-0 with the 12-8 victory.

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Tinney’s OT goal puts Hopkins past Loyola

The Charles Street rivalry produced another classic but in overtime Joel Tinney finished a great fake and score to lift no. 5 JHU past No. 8 Loyola, 14-13.

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Late UVA goal downs No. 8 Loyola in thriller

Ryan Conrad scored the game-winning goal with 2:17 remaining in the game as No. 14 Virginia escaped Ridley Athletic Complex with a wild 16-15 victory over Loyola.

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Not enough in comeback as Hounds fall to UNC

Loyola battled back, but they were in an early hole against North Carolina that was too great to get out of as they fell in the national semifinals.

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Loyola MLAX Notebook: Spencer is the future

It was a disappointing result for the Greyhounds as they lost to UNC in the semifinals, but can take solace in knowing freshman Pat Spencer is already a star.

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Eight Terps lead local All-American picks

Maryland had eight players earn All-American honors and two first picks, but JHU, Loyola, Towson, Navy and UMBC all had players honors as well.

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Mix of youth and experience working for Hounds

Led by two freshman, with two more guys from the 2012 National Championship team, Loyola has the most interesting dynamic among Final Four teams.

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Greyhounds top Tigers, advance to semis

Loyola lost to the Tigers earlier in the season but got the better of their Charles Street rival in the NCAA Tournament as they advanced to the national semifinals.

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