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Thomas breaks assist record in win over Towson

Annie Thomas notched three assists to go with four goals as the Loyola Greyhounds beat their local-rival Towson Tigers 15-5 on Wednesday night.

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Loyola extends streak to five-straight wins

Taryn VanThof notched her third hat trick of the season to lead the Greyhounds past their old Big East rival Georgetown, 12-8.

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Waves of Greyhound attack leads to big win

Three different players netted hat tricks for the Greyhounds as they proved to be too much for the Bucknell Bison in their 15-7 victory.

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Nine Greyhounds score in 16-6 win over Lafayette

The Leopards just couldn’t contain Loyola’s explosive offense as the Greyhounds dominated from start to finish and won their Patriot League opener.

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Late Penn State run downs Loyola women

Loyola battled back in the game to take an 8-7 lead in the second half but five-straight Nittany Lions scored handed them a third-straight loss.

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Herreweyers next six as Loyola beats Lehigh

Zach Herreweyers netted six stunning goals while Graham Savio dominated at the faceoff X in Loyola’s 11-8 win over Lehigh to even their Patriots League record.

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Schmitt leads Loyola past Hopkins in OT

Hannah Schmitt netted four goals and had three assists at the Greyhounds out-lasted Johns Hopkins in a 12-10 overtime thriller on Wednesday night.

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Loyola upset by Holy Cross on snowy afternoon

The snow came down hard but Loyola coach Charley isn’t blaming the weather, he’s blaming his team for their defeat.

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Hot start sets tone as Loyola blows past Towson, 15-11

Loyola scored the first four goals of the game in just six minutes and carried a 15-8 lead in the fourth quarter. Zach Herreweyers netted five goals for the Hounds.

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Loyola’s Pat Frazier named USILA DPOW

After holding Penn State’s top scorer to just one goal on two shots, Pat Frazier was named the USILA Defensive Player of the Week.

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