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Greyhounds shut Retrievers out at Ridley, 2-0

The Loyola women’s soccer team rode home field advantage to a 2-0 victory over cross-town rival UMBC on a stormy Saturday afternoon.

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Nichols’ 1st recruiting class is one of nation’s best

Steve Nichols’ relationships on the recruiting trail have aided him in bringing in a top 20 class in the country, loaded with one of the country’s best strikers.

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Loyola shutout in finale

Loyola has struggled to score all year long and it was no different in their season finale as they lost to Holy Cross, 2-0.

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Greyhounds falls in Patriot League semis

Loyola managed only two shots on goal in their semifinal game against Boston U and ended their season with a 2-1 loss.

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Hayes, Folan help Greyhounds advance to semis

Rosy Hayes netted the deciding penalty kick and Colleen Folan made six saves and stopped two of Colgate’s attempts as Loyola advances in the tournament.

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Hayes named Patriot League OPOY

Senior Rosy Hayes was named the Patriot League Offensive Player of the Year while Charlotte Miller and Nicole Wahlig earned second team honors.

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Greyhounds lose but set to host postseason game

Loyola already clinched the No. 3 seed in the Patriot League tournament heading into their season finale so they used it to try out new lineups against Holy Cross.

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Controversial no-call costs Loyola against Army

Laurin Vogel was clearly pushed down by an Army defender in the box but there was no foul called it instead of forcing Army to chase they got a 1-0 win.

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Saling nets hat trick as Loyola beats Drexel, 3-2

Freshman Xander Saling scored three goals to lead Loyola past Drexel, matching the team’s total goal output over the 12 previous games.

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Greyhounds earn Patriot League win over Army

Rosy Hayes scorer her fourth game-winning goal of the year and Colleen Folan earned her 12th career shutout as the Greyhounds beat Army.

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