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Errors prove costly for Hounds against Lafayette

Loyola had 55 kills in their Patriot League opener, but gave Lafayette 70 points off their own errors in a five-set loss on Friday night.

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Mustangs hire Culotta as softball coach

Former UMBC standout and assistant coach Julia Culotta has been hired by Stevenson to take over the Mustangs softball program.

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Blue Jays blowout Haverford in Centennial opener

The Blue Jays were never threatened by Haverford in their home and conference opener, sweeping the Fords, 25-12, 25-16, 25-13.

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Mustangs struggle to score in 3-1 loss to Saints

While all four sets were close, Stevenson relied too much on getting points off errors and couldn’t get the kills they needed as they dropped their fifth-straight.

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Well-balanced attack leads Towson past VCU

Finally at home after 13 road games to start the season, Towson had a season-best five hitters register double-digit kills in the 3-1 victory over VCU.

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Hopkins women win Iona Meet of Champions

In a race full of Division I competitors, Johns Hopkins won the women’s side of the Iona Meet of Champions. Towson was the top-placing Division I team.

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Stevenson sweeps local-rival McDaniel

Stevenson was caught in a battle and an extended first set against McDaniel but settled down, improved their passing and pulled away for the three-set sweep.

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UMBC wins tournament, Lopez MOP

Claudia Lopez was named the Most Outstanding Player of the Maddie Bingaman Memorial Tournament with 101 assists as the team went 3-2 to win it.

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Tigers sweep Georgetown Classic, Metil wins 300th

Towson beat Princeton, Georgetown and Maryland to win the Georgetown Classic as head coach Don Metil earned his 300th career victory as a coach.

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Navy men sweep Salty Dog Invitational

Navy had the top eight overall finishers in the men’s 8K at the Salty Dog Invitational. Maryland won the women’s 8K. Towson won the Delaware Invite.

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