For Former Loyola Star Scott Ratliff, Playing At Homewood Evokes Plenty Of Memories

Archers LC long-stick midfielder Scott Ratliff, who starred at Loyola from 2010-2013, is thrilled to back in Baltimore for the Premier Lacrosse League’s weekend at Homewood Field. “Anytime you get to go back and play in Baltimore, for us professionally, it carries a little bit more weight,” Ratliff said.

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Maryland, Loyola Men’s Lacrosse Finish On Opposite Ends Of Dramatic Finishes In Quarters

Maryland and Loyola were on the opposite ends of thrilling finishes in the NCAA men’s lacrosse quarterfinals, with Maryland’s Anthony DeMaio delivering the game-winning goal in OT against Notre Dame. “This was the kind of game where neither team deserved to lose,” John Tillman said.

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Loyola Men’s Lacrosse HC Charley Toomey: ‘Our Seniors Have Driven This Bus’

“It’s a strange year for all of us with COVID … ,” Loyola men’s lacrosse coach Charley Toomey said as the Greyhounds prepare for their quarterfinal matchup against Duke. “But I really believe that our seniors have driven this bus and really kept this team together and motivated.”

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For Maryland Men’s Lacrosse, A Businesslike Win To Move On … For Loyola, A Dramatic One

Maryland men’s lacrosse rolled into the next round of the NCAA Tournament, while Loyola pulled off the biggest upset in the first round of games. Todd Karpovich breaks it down.

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Glenn Clark: Loyola Men’s Lacrosse’s Gutsy Win A Reminder Of Why We Love Sports

For Glenn Clark, Loyola’s 14-13 win against Denver in the NCAA Tournament — which featured a remarkable game-saving stop by Sam Shafer — was about guts, an incredible coach and, above all, a reminder of why we love sports.

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Loyola Men’s Lacrosse’s Ryan McNulty: Greyhounds ‘Hatching At The Right Time’

Loyola men’s lacrosse will play Denver in the first round of the NCAA Tournament May 16, and long-stick midfielder Ryan McNulty thinks his team is peaking at just the right time. “We’re ready to hatch,” McNulty said. “We’re ready to get hot right now.”

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Jen Adams: Red-Hot Loyola Women’s Lacrosse Learned From 0-2 Start

After losing the first two games of the season, Loyola has won 11 straight games, and as the Greyhounds enter the NCAA Tournament, head coach Jen Adams sees the value of those early losses. “I think it provided kind of a platform for us as a coaching staff to reevaluate what we wanted to do,” Adams said.

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Maryland’s John Tillman, Loyola’s Charley Toomey Grateful For Opportunity To Play On

Maryland men’s lacrosse coach John Tillman and Loyola coach Charley Toomey had similar emotions after their teams were selected to this year’s NCAA Tournament, but their teams took very different paths to get to this point.

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