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Hounds beat Navy with McKenzie’s 2OT goal

Navy won the previous eight meetings against Loyola going back to 1994 but Casey McKenzie and Jourdan Ziff connected twice on goals for the 2-1 overtime victory.

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Hounds upset Pitt with late heroics by Sharifi

Freshman Barry Sharifi scored off two direct free kicks to lift Loyola last ACC opponent Pittsburgh, one at the end of regulation and another in overtime.

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Loyola allows two goals late in loss to HPU

Barry Sharifi scored his first career goal to draw the game even in the second half but High Point scored two goals in the final seven minutes to earn a 3-1 victory.

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Quick start carries Hounds to first win

Loyola got off to a hot start against GW, scoring in the fourth minute and it pushed them forward to their first win of the season.

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Hounds unable to break Big Red, fall 1-0

Cornell managed only one shot in the entire game against Loyola but they made it count and followed with tough defense to hand the Greyhounds their first loss.

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Soccer Notebook: Hounds, Terps and Tigers

This week’s College Soccer Notebook highlights the unbeaten Loyola women’s team, Maryland’s new women’s coach and the Tigers fight for their first win.

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Greyhounds hang on to tie St. John’s 1-1

Loyola scored the first goal against St. John’s four games into their season and held on to earn a 1-1 draw against the Big East powerhouse.

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Greyhounds shutout, but show offensive promise

Despite being shutout in their 2016 opener, the Loyola Greyhounds’ offense looked far and away more dangerous than it ever was last season.

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Hounds start season 3-0 for first time in history

Freshman Maddie Hart (pictured) netted the games only goal while Lily Andres made six saves in her debut to lead Loyola to a 1-0 win over. St. Francis (Pa.)

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Greyhounds optimistic for quick turnaround

As the Loyola men’s soccer team continues to fill up with head coach Steve Nichols’ recruits, it will be easier for him to fully implement his system.

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