Loyola celebrates its first-ever national championship after beating Maryland 9-3 today in Foxborough, Mass.
The ‘Hounds have made history.
Loyola’s 9-3 win over Maryland in the Division I title game today in Foxborough, Mass., gave the Greyhounds their first national title.
The Greyhounds entered the season unranked after failing to make the NCAA Tournament last season.
Eric Lusby led the way for Loyola against Maryland with four games, giving him a record for most goals in an NCAA tournament with 17. Lusby’s comeback is emblematic of Loyola’s. Lusby missed the entire 2011 season after suffering a torn ACL in 2010.
Lusby had five goals in the semifinals and five goals in the quarterfinals.
Loyola, which scored the last seven goals of the title game, held the Terrapins scoreless for the final 40:40 of action.
Here’s a rundown of the champions. click each score for a game recap.
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